how much did your belly grow from 24 weeks to 27 weeks?

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  1. prettymachine

    prettymachine Well-Known Member

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    right now i am 24 weeks and at my baby shower i will be 26 weeks, 5 days. i am wondering how much difference you all saw in your belly size in this time?

    i am obviously pregnant, but as of now compared to my other pregnant guests, my belly is the smallest! i am hoping its bigger for the shower...it just seems weird to have the smallest belly at my own shower! should i expect any growth?
     
  2. bluey

    bluey Mum of 2 boys

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    I turned 26 weeks today and I've got to say I've had a massive growth spurt over the last couple of weeks. Baby really starts to increase in size after wk 24, so you'll probably see a fairly significant change in the next 3 weeks before your shower xxx
     
  3. jrc10

    jrc10 Harper's Mommy <3

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    I'm not speaking from experience, but I've seen several pictures where people really 'pop' within 2 weeks. One of my girlfriends didn't have a bump at all, then at 20 weeks, BAM, she had a huge one. Two weeks later, even bigger.

    I think you have a shot! Good luck! :)
     
  4. bump0911

    bump0911 Well-Known Member

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    This is my bump taken at 24 weeks and 26 weeks
     

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    Pixie2320 Well-Known Member

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    I have the exact same worry :0 My first shower is in 3 weeks and honestly I still have days where I could pass for not even being pregnant depending on how baby is settled :cry: but I've only gained about 10 pounds so I'm not sure if that makes a difference or if it's just that I'm tall and have a long torso..

    So to answer your question, I didn't really see any real growth between those weeks - hoping for a massive growth spurt soon :baby:
     
  6. prettymachine

    prettymachine Well-Known Member

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    good luck pixie!
     
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    yourstruly10 Well-Known Member

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    these pictures are from my first born but first is 24 weeks and second is 28. I had a huge bump growth then.
     
  8. ellie27

    ellie27 Well-Known Member

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    Here are my 25th and 28th week bump pics from my first baby - quite a bit of growth, but then my bump didnt really appear til 24wks or so!!.:flower:
     

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    Pixie2320 Well-Known Member

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    Heheh thanks! Same to you, hopefully we both have nice big proper bumps for our showers :) I keep imagining them doing a shower game where they guess how big moms belly is and me just standing there like " Uhm.. well.. it's about the same as it was beforehand" LOL
     
  10. Ouverture

    Ouverture Well-Known Member

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    I grew a TON from 26-27 weeks. . .it was frightening, lol! By 27 weeks you should have a decent bump. From 24-28 weeks or in that time period the baby doubles in weight. . .so it makes sense. :)

    23 weeks (I don't have a 24 week one, sorry)
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    This is me before the 26 week growth spurt:
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    So not a lot of change from 24-26 weeks. . .but then. . .today, at 27+1
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  11. prettymachine

    prettymachine Well-Known Member

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    oh good, even more peeing ;)
     

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