This week it is all about rehearsals: your child swallows amniotic liquid, which will be digested in its intestines, testing the absorption system. To learn suction movements, as they will later with maternal milk, the baby struggles to suck in the liquid – and also breathing it, sending it through the bronchi, bronchioles, and alveolar ducts. The baby still moves its legs, arms, fingers, and even the neck. And, while you still won’t notice, it entertains itself by turning from side to side and having frequent hiccups. Your baby’s hair type will be determined at this point, but this doesn’t mean it’ll have a head full of it yet. At this point, your baby is the size of an apple.