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    How Big Is Your Baby: Week by Week Food Comparisons

    How Big Is Your Baby: Week by Week Food Comparisons

    How big is your baby during each week of your pregnancy? Learn about the size of your unborn baby in comparison to different foods with a week by week baby size chart. Click on each week to learn more about your baby and your body during each week of pregnancy.

    Weeks 3 and 4: Poppy Seed

    During week 3 and week 4 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a poppy seed, measuring between 0.014 and 0.04 inches in length.

    Poppy Seeds

    Baby Is the Size of a Poppy Seed
    During Week 3 and Week 4 of Pregnancy

    Week 5: Sesame Seed

    During week 5 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a sesame seed, measuring about 0.05 inches in length.

    Sesame Seeds

    Baby Is the Size of a Sesame Seed
    During Week 5 of Pregnancy

    Week 6: Lentil

    During week 6 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a lentil, measuring between 0.08 inches to 0.16 inches in length.

    Lentils

    Baby Is the Size of a Lentil
    During Week 6 of Pregnancy

    Week 7: Blueberry

    During week 7 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a blueberry in length, measuring about 0.5 inches.

    Blueberries

    Baby Is the Size of a Blueberry
    During Week 7 of Pregnancy

    Week 8: Raspberry

    During week 8 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a raspberry in length, measuring between half (0.5) and one (1) inch.

    Raspberries

    Baby Is the Size of a Raspberry
    During Week 8 of Pregnancy

    Week 9: Grape

    During week 9 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a grape, measuring nearly one (1) inch in length and weighing no more than a fraction of an ounce.

    Green Grapes

    Baby Is the Size of a Grape During
    Week 9 of Pregnancy

    Week 10: Kumquat

    During week 10 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a kumquat, measuring a little over one (1) inch in length and weighing no more than a quarter of an ounce.

    Kumquats

    Baby Is the Size of a Kumquat
    During Week 10 of Pregnancy

    Week 11: Fig

    During week 11 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a fig, measuring between an inch and a half (1.5) and two (2) inches in length from crown to rump.

    Figs

    Baby Is the Size of a Fig
    During Week 11 of Pregnancy

    Week 12: Lime

    During week 12 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a lime, measuring at just over two (2) inches in length from crown to rump and weighing about half (0.5) an ounce.

    Limes

    Baby Is the Size of a Lime
    During Week 12 of Pregnancy

    Week 13: Peach

    During week 13 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a peach, measuring about three (3) inches in length from crown to rump and weighing just about one (1) ounce.

    Peaches

    Baby Is the Size of a Peach
    During Week 13 of Pregnancy

    Week 14: Lemon

    During week 14 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a lemon, measuring about three and a half (3.5) inches from crown to rump and weighing approximately one and a half (1.5) ounces.

    Lemons

    Baby Is the Size of a Lemon
    During Week 14 of Pregnancy

    Week 15: Apple

    During week 15 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of an apple, measuring about four (4) inches in length from crown to rump and weighing about two and a half (2.5) ounces.

    Apples

    Baby Is the Size of an Apple
    During Week 15 of Pregnancy

    Week 16: Avocado

    During week 16 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of an avocado, measuring four and a half (4.5) inches from crown to rump and weighing about three and a half (3.5) ounces.

    Avocados

    Baby Is the Size of an Avocado
    During Week 16 of Pregnancy

    Week 17: Potato

    During week 17 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a potato, measuring five (5) inches from crown to rump and weighing about five (5) ounces.

    Potatoes

    Baby Is the Size of a Potato
    During Week 17 of Pregnancy

    Week 18: Bell Pepper

    During week 18 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a bell pepper in length, measuring five and a half (5.5) inches from crown to rump and weighing about seven (7) ounces.

    Bell Peppers

    Baby Is the Size of a Bell Pepper
    During Week 18 of Pregnancy

    Week 19: Tomato

    During week 19 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a large heirloom tomato, measuring six (6) inches from crown to rump and weighing about eight and a half (8.5) ounces.

    Tomatoes

    Baby Is the Size of a Tomato
    During Week 19 of Pregnancy

    Week 20: Banana

    During week 20 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a banana in length, measuring six and a half (6.5) inches from crown to rump or ten (10) inches from head to heel and weighing about ten and a half (10.5) ounces.

    Bananas

    Baby Is Now the Size of a Banana
    During Week 20 of Pregnancy

    Week 21: Carrot

    During week 21 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a carrot in length, measuring seven (7) inches from crown to rump or ten and a half (10.5) inches from head to heel and weighing about three-fourths (0.75) of a pound.

    Carrots

    Your Baby Is the Size of a Carrot
    During Week 21 of Pregnancy

    Week 22: Spaghetti Squash

    During week 22 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a spaghetti squash, measuring between seven and a half (7.5) and eight (8) inches from crown to rump or eleven (11) inches from head to heel and weighing about one (1) pound.

    Spaghetti Squash

    Baby Is the Size of a Spaghetti Squash
    During Week 22 of Pregnancy

    Week 23: Mango

    During week 23 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a large mango in weight, measuring about eight (8) inches from crown to rump or eleven (11) inches from head to heel and weighing about one (1) pound.

    Mangos

    Baby Is the Size of a Mango
    During Week 23 of Pregnancy

    Week 24: Corn

    During week 24 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of an ear of corn in length, measuring about eight and a half (8.5) inches from crown to rump or twelve (12) inches from head to heel and weighing one and one-fourth (1.25) pounds. You are in your sixth month of pregnancy.

    Corn

    Baby Is the Size of an Ear of Corn
    During Week 24 of Pregnancy

    Week 25: Rutabaga

    During week 25 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a rutabaga in weight, measuring between eight and a half (8.5) and nine (9) inches from crown to rump or thirteen and a half (13.5) inches from head to heel and weighing one and a half pounds.

    Rutabaga

    Baby Is the Size of a Rutabaga
    During Week 25 of Pregnancy

    Week 26: Zucchini

    During week 26 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a zucchini in length, measuring a little over nine (9) inches from crown to rump or fourteen (14) inches from head to heel and weighing between one and two-thirds (1.6) and two (2) pounds.

    Zucchinis

    Baby Is the Size of a Zucchini
    During Week 26 of Pregnancy

    Week 27: Cauliflower

    During week 27 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a cauliflower in weight, measuring a little over nine and a half (9.5) inches from crown to rump or fourteen and a half (14.5) to fifteen (15) inches from head to heel and weighing about two (2) pounds.

    Cauliflower

    Baby Is the Size of a Cauliflower
    During Week 27 of Pregnancy

    Week 28: Eggplant

    During week 28 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of an eggplant, measuring ten (10) inches from crown to rump or fifteen and a half (15.5) to sixteen (16) inches from head to heel and weighing about two and a half (2.5) pounds.

    Eggplant

    Your Baby Is the Size of an Eggplant
    During Week 28 of Pregnancy

    Week 29: Butternut Squash

    During week 29 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a butternut squash in weight, measuring sixteen (16) to seventeen (17) inches from head to heel and weighing just over two and a half (2.5) pounds.

    Butternut Squash

    Baby Is the Size of a Butternut Squash
    During Week 29 of Pregnancy

    Week 30: Cabbage

    During week 30 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a cabbage in weight, measuring about seventeen (17) inches from head to heel and weighing about three (3) pounds.

    Cabbages

    Baby Is the Size of a Cabbage
    During Week 30 of Pregnancy

    Week 31: Pineapple

    During week 31 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a pineapple, measuring between seventeen (17) and eighteen (18) inches from head to heel and weighing almost three and a half (3.5) pounds.

    Pineapples

    Baby Is the Size of a Pineapple
    During Week 31 of Pregnancy

    Week 32: Jicama

    During week 32 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a jicama in weight, measuring between seventeen and a half (17.5) and eighteen and a half (18.5) inches from head to heel and weighing about three and three-fourths (3.75) pounds.

    Jicama

    Your Baby Is the Size of a Jicama
    During Week 32 of Pregnancy

    Week 33: Durian Fruit

    During week 33 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a durian fruit in weight, measuring between eighteen (18) and nineteen (19) inches from head to heel and weighing about four (4) pounds.

    Durian Fruit

    Your Baby Is the Size of a Durian Fruit
    During Week 33 of Pregnancy

    Week 34: Cantaloupe

    During week 34 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a cantaloupe in weight, measuring between eighteen (18) and nineteen and a half (19.5) inches from head to heel and weighing between four and a half (4.5) and four and three-fourths (4.75) pounds.

    Cantaloupes

    Baby Is the Size of a Cantaloupe
    During Week 34 of Pregnancy

    Week 35: Coconut

    During week 35 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a coconut in weight, measuring between eighteen and a half (18.5) and twenty (20) inches from head to heel and weighing about five and one-fourths (5.25) pounds.

    Coconuts

    Baby Is the Size of a Coconut
    During Week 35 of Pregnancy

    Week 36: Crenshaw Melon

    During week 36 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a Crenshaw melon, measuring between eighteen and a half (18.5) and twenty and a half (20.5) inches from head to heel and weighing about six (6) pounds.

    Crenshaw Melons

    Baby Is the Size of a Crenshaw Melon
    During Week 36 of Pregnancy

    Week 37: Swiss Chard

    During week 37 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a stalk of Swiss chard in length, measuring between nineteen (19) and twenty-one (21) inches from head to heel and weighing about six and one-third (6.3) pounds.

    Swiss Chard

    Baby Is the Size of a Stalk of Swiss Chard
    During Week 37 of Pregnancy

    Week 38: Jackfruit

    During week 38 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a jackfruit in length, measuring between nineteen (19) and twenty-one (21) inches from head to heel and weighing about seven (7) pounds.

    Jackfruit

    Baby Is the Size of a Jackfruit
    During Week 38 of Pregnancy

    Week 39: Pumpkin

    During week 39 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a pumpkin, measuring between nineteen (19) and twenty-one (21) inches from head to heel and weighing a little over seven (7) pounds.

    Pumpkin

    Baby Is the Size of a Pumpkin
    During Week 39 of Pregnancy

    Week 40 and Beyond: Watermelon

    During week 40 of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a watermelon, measuring between nineteen (19) and twenty-one (21) inches from head to heel and weighing about seven and a half (7.5) pounds.

    Watermelons

    Baby Is the Size of a Watermelon
    During Week 40 of Pregnancy and Beyond

    Image Credits

    Poppy Seeds: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Poppy_seeds.jpg
    Sesame Seeds: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sesame_seeds.JPG
    Lentils: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ab_food_15.jpg
    Blueberries: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:A_Bunch_of_Blueberries.jpg
    Green Grapes: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Green_grapes.jpg
    Kumquats: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kumquat-0245.jpg
    Figs: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ficus_carica0.jpg
    Limes: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Limes.jpg
    Peaches: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Assorted_Peaches_2816px.jpg
    Lemons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lemons_in_a_swedish_supermarket_ie_fruits_from_citrus_limon.jpg
    Apples: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Apples.jpg
    Avocados: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Persea_americana_dsc07271.jpg
    Potatoes: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Potatoes.jpg
    Bell Peppers: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yellow_and_green_Bell_peppers.JPG
    Tomatoes: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tomaterotgetigert.jpg
    Bananas: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bananas.jpg
    Carrots: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Karotten.JPG
    Spaghetti Squash: http://www.flickr.com/photos/heathermariekosur/6232573938/
    Mangos: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mangos_in_market.jpg
    Corn: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Corncobs_edit1.jpg
    Rutabaga: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Swede_-_rutabaga_-_veggiegroup.jpg
    Zucchinis: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Courgette_jaune.jpg
    Cauliflower: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Courgette_jaune.jpg
    Eggplant: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PikiWiki_Israel_12149_Eggplant.jpg
    Butternut Squash: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Starr_070730-7821_Cucurbita_pepo.jpg
    Cabbages: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bangkok_Pak_Khlong_Talat_P1100373.JPG
    Pineapples: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pineapple_display.jpg
    Jicama: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pachyrhizus_erosus_2.jpg
    Durian Fruit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Durianfruits_in_Taiwan_-_Summer_2007.jpg
    Cantaloupes: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cantaloupes_Market_1.JPG
    Coconuts: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Coconut_123.jpg
    Crenshaw Melons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Melons_in_Freiburg_-_DSC06501.jpg
    Swiss Chard: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:SwissChard.jpg
    Jackfruit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jack_fruit,_the_national_fruit_of_Bangladesh.jpg
    Pumpkin: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:US_Army_52698_Fall_fun_ripe_for_the_picking.jpg
    Watermelons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Watermelons.jpg

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