At 11 weeks your baby is approximately 1.5 inches long, and weighs approximately .25 ounces(about the size of a lime).
Your baby is now almost fully formed. The hands and feet have individual fingers and toes and tiny tooth buds are beginning to appear under the gums, and some of the bones are beginning to harden. Meanwhile, fingernail and toenail beds begin to develop this week; in the next few weeks, the nails themselves will start to grow, It’s already busy kicking and stretching, and the tiny movements are so effortless. These movements will become more frequent as her body grows and becomes more developed and functional. The ear are nearly in their final shape, open nasal passages on the tip of her tiny nose, a tongue and palate in the mouth and visible nipples. At the same time, your baby's body is straightening and her torso is lengthening. Other poses your baby can assume now: stretches, somersaults and forward rolls. Although you can't tell this baby's gender in an ultrasound yet, ovaries are developing if it's a girl.
Note: Every baby develops a little differently — even in the womb. This information is to give you a general idea of your baby's size.
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