Jack Joseph Jokinen
January 11, 2010 | 03:29 AM
Presently I find myself doing a lot of crying, eating, and pooping.
My parents don't seem to mind, they almost look like they're enjoying my "endearing" habits!?!
I guess this is what's expected of me now that I've metamorphosed yet again from a fetus into a newborn.
- 8 lbs, 4oz
- Length: 21 inches
6 - 9 mos | Inutero Inc.
While preparing for my move to the outside, I was responsible for putting on some excess body fat and getting myself in the right position.
Because the previous months were so busy I found myself napping almost 95% of the time. From what I hear, this is probably inherited from my uncle John!
Another life-skill I developed was how to survive in a small environment. This skill will be very useful when I make the move over to my parents place.
- Advanced bladder pugilist
- Lost my beautiful lanugo hair - Thanks dad :(
- Started to look less alien like.
- Learned how to open my eyes and cry
- Worked on my gripping skills
3 - 6 mos | Inutero Inc.
During my time between 3 and 6 months I learned how to grasp items and I also worked on my startle relex.
I'll tell you though, it's hard to startle yourself, thank heavens for Mom's laughing fits.
These past few months I also found out I was going to be a boy.
- Weight: 1 lb, 3 oz
- Length: 8.3 inches
- Grew a fancy coat of Lanugo hair
0 - 3 | Inutero Inc.
The first three months of my new job were definately the most challenging.
I basically came into this role with no credentials and quickly worked my way up the ladder.
While starting off as a rookie Zygote I quickly grasped new concepts and metamorphosed into an embryo and then progressed to a junior fetus.
- Length: 2.5 inches
- Weight: 1 lb, 5 oz
- Significant brain development
- Created my first detectable heart beat