By week 10, he's about the size of a grape and can stretch his spine. Because his head so large, the stretch causes the whole body to turn around. The eyes and eyelids are more developed, and eyebrows have started to grow.
Talk to him and read to him so that he can get to know the sound of your voice. Because your baby's brain now controls all the muscles in his body, he is able to move. Yes, he can even do somersaults.
Her bones are becoming harder. Over the couple of weeks, a fine layer of hair called lanugo covers her skin under the vernix, a white creamy substance that covers the skin of the fetus.
She can also hear what is going on inside your body including your heart beating and your stomach gurgling until now your baby's nostrils have been plugged to keep the amniotic fluid out of her nose.