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Babybook 2012

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S: Baby Scrap Book 2012 BY: Helen Chung

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FC: IT'S A ...... | GIRL!

1: Week 1! -Mom is ovulating: slight abdominal pain. -Once ovulated, progesterone surges, and gets body ready for a fertilized egg. -BBT (basal body temperature) slightly raises. | WEEK 2! -Egg waits in the fallopian tube to be fertilized. -The egg is 1-120th of a inch- too small for the human eye to see -Mother is experiencing slight discomfort in the abdominal section. | A) BBT thermometer to test BBT temperature. | B) This is one of mom's eggs. So small! | I want a baby!

3: Sell Your Cleverness and Buy Bewilderment.

4: WEEK 3! -When the sperm penetrates the egg, the moment of fertilization is when my genetic make-up is complete. -The zygote undergoes rapid cell division and becomes a mass of cells known as a blastocyst. -Division continues as the total number of cells in me doubles every 12 hours. While this division occurs, I am moving down the fallopian tube to moms uterus. | C) I'm multiplying into more cells. | FUN FACT Identical twins are the result of a fertilized egg splitting in two. The twins will have opposite hair patterns and other features.

5: Life as a | WEEk 4! -Develops germ layers from which my organs will form from. (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) - Mom's period stops -Placenta begins to form (it will send nutrients to me) | D) My cells continue to multiply | First is the endoderm. It lines the respiratory and GI tract. It also lines the pancreatic, hepatic, and urinary ducts, as well as various glands. The mesoderm (middle layer) is the dermis of the skin, most muscles and bones, many glands, kidneys, sex glands, and components of the circulatory system. The ectoderm is the outer layer and is the epidermis of the skin, cornea and lens, muscles and bones of the face, and the brain and spinal cord. | zygote.

6: growth continues | WEEK 5 -Blood vessels form -Heart begins to beat -Umbilical cord replaces yolk sac | week 6 -Becomes an embryo and is visible on an ultrasound -Nervous system and major body organs form (kidneys, lungs) -Facial features form | E) I look like a shrimp. | F) Picture time!! | CHEESE!

7: This time period allows body development. | week 7 -Mouth, nostril, ears begin to form -Eyes begin to form -Skull begins to round out | week 8 -Fingers and toes form -Eyelids form -Arms and legs grow longer | G) I'm gradually aging! | H) I can finally touch my leg!

8: -1st trimester finishes, nose begins to become defined -Fingernails and toes form -Heart beats faster | -Skeletal and nervous system connect for coordinate movement -My ovaries are forming -Facial muscles develops | -Skin thickens and develops layers under the vernix. -Gender is identifiable. -I Begin to move | 3 month | 4 month | 5 month | i) Can I scratch my nose now? | J) Another picture? cheese! | K) Mom is so excited to have a girl!

9: 6 Month | Fun fact! During pregnancy, blood flow increases significantly to give a "glowing look" to the mother. | -Pregnancy hormones makes mothers hair thicker and shinier. - I Develop sense of balance in inner ear -Continues to move to stimulate muscle growth. | L) Sorry mom if i kick you too hard!

10: 7 month -3rd trimester begins, eyes begin to open -Fat accumulates under skin -Practice breathing movements by rhythmically using diaphragm | 8 month -Lanugo (shiny hair that surrounds baby) falls off -Skin is no longer translucent -My Vernix thickens. | M) Do I look fat? | N) When can I get out of here?

11: 9 month -Baby fat continues to grow -Receive antibodies from placenta to protect from illness -Surge of hormones causes parturition to occur | O) I can't wait to leave! | Stop rushing! I'm coming out :)

12: This formula is terrible. | First year of living is rough. | 0-3 MONTH | -Begins to coo and make gurgling sounds -Begins to smile at people -Develops skill to move my head.

13: 3-6 month -Cries in difference manners to express emotions -Develops hand eye coordination -Able to roll from belly to back | but it was always a good time. | The first year is always the roughest... | 6-9 month -Begins to crawl -Makes vowel and constant sounds -Able to recognize faces | Just let me go back to sleep.. | No, I don't want to kiss you. | derp.

14: 9-12 month -Able to pick things up -Sits without support -Puts things in mouth | I like merri go rounds.

15: 15-18 month -Begins to throw temper tantrums -Says and understands the word no -Able to walk alone | 1-4 years old -Able to communicate simple sentences at ages 1-3. -Learns to get potty trained -Can sing and tell stories | 12-15 month -Able to pronounce easy words -Becomes curious and doesn't recognize the sometimes single use of objects. -Begins to ingest certain solids | This watermelon is yummy. | Alright.. who put me in this jacket? | Be careful dad!

16: ADOLESCENCE | CHILDHOOD & | ages 4-7 -Can count to 10 at age 5 -Develops better coordination -Develops social skills and understand some social cues. | ages 7-10 -Becomes independent from the family and makes personal choices -Begins to be aware of body image -Brain experiences growth spurt and organ becomes adult size | Do you like my doll brother? | Peace sign.

17: ages 10-13 -Experiences first growth spurt -Females experience puberty and pituitary glands release gonadotropen -May begin to experience first period | Ages 13-16 -Increased level of estrogen causes the growth of breasts and hips. -Hormones may cause the growth of pimples. -The fluctuation of hormones causes emotions to question authority and societal values. | Because swings are cool | Because hats are cool.

18: YOUNG ADULTHOOD | My mum's wedding picture :) | My mum in college. | AGES 16-19 -Females reach end of physical development and hormones levels decrease -Menstruation becomes regular -Peer pressure often can lead to substance abuse. AGES 20-30 -Aerobic capacity declines per year. -Coordination, reaction time, and sexual response is are at a maximum -Near the late 20’s, epidermis shows slight subtle signs of aging

19: ADULTHOOD.. OH GOSH. | AGES 30-40 -Collagen production decreases for looser skin -Shift in hormones could cause change to menstrual cycle -Elastic is lost from muscles that leads to a loss of muscle mass. | my mum trying to ride a horse. | MIDLIFE CRISIS? | As one ages, he or she becomes wiser as one is able to draw from years of experience to reach a conclusion. You gain intuitive knowledge to help guide others. As one ages, he or she also understands himself as a person as you have had time and experience to figure out who you are.

20: ages 40-50 -Now 15% weaker than in thirties and muscle mass continues to decrease -Lack of collagen causes skin to wrinkle -Possibly develop deep varicose veins | ages 50-60 -Poor posture due to loss of muscle and flexibility -Blood pressure rises and becomes susceptible to CVD’s. (if sedentary) -Goes into menopause and menstruation ceases. | My aunt with my brother. | My other aunt with me :)

21: ages 60-70 -Is now a couple inch shorter due to pressure between vertebrae. -Heart tissue weakens and leads to slow heart rate. -Decline in oil production due to menopause makes skin dry. | One of my grannies. | I'M GETTING OLDER.... | As one gets older into adulthood, the body goes on a slow but steady decline. Body muscle decreases as fat increases, leaving on much more susceptible to CVD’s. The immune system also becomes compromised, leaving the body weak against infections and diseases.

22: ages 70-80 -Fat tissue is now abundant around abdomen if sedentary -Hair begins to fall off -Poor immune system leaves body susceptible to diseases. | My grandmother with me

23: Bibliography. | What to Expect Foundation (2009). Ovulation: Five Ways to Tell You’re Ovulating. Retrieved from 5/4/12 Baby Center (2010). Pregnancy, Week By Week. Retrieved from on 5/6/12 Abbot Global (2012). My Pregnancy: Pregnancy Information for Mom from on 5/8/12 CDC (November 29, 2010). Infancy and Toddlers: Raising Healthy Children from on 5/11/12 Arewn Abendstern (2008). Cognitive Milestones 8-10 from on 5/15/12 MediResource (2008). Womens Health Through the Ages from on 5/17/12 | Images continued on back.

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  • Title: Babybook 2012
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