These handmade 10 months of pregnancy printout diagrams represent the baby's growth and development in the womb, annotated with some highlights from each month. Plus a bonus version without annotations in case you want to add your own or use for an antenatal activity.
Although it is considered normal for birth to occur between 37-42+ weeks - the information in most books and apps just seems to stop at 40 - as if your body should be done and your baby is just hanging around for no reason! My pregnancy app just switched me over to newborn info at 40 weeks and refused to let me switch back to pregnancy.
I believe it's important we stop referring to pregnancy as being 9 months long - and start trusting that our amazingly-clever bodies have a plan.
This downloads is an A4 PDF, and can be printed multiple pages per sheet if you want smaller. Support for antenatal education and educating yourself on pregnancy, and for doulas, midwives and hypnobirthing teachers to include as handouts in printed client materials.
★★★★★ "This is a high-quality print that explains so much about the development of a baby in the womb. My doula clients love it!" - Dorcas, Etsy
★★★★★ "Gorgeous artwork. My clients and I love them and they really help with my antenatal and hypnobirthing classes." - Tracy, Etsy
★★★★★ "PDF Files look great Beautiful illustrations" - Cara Gaddy, Etsy
Copyright and Limited Use Commercial License
The limited use commercial license that comes with this download means that birth workers, doulas, hypnobirthing teachers, prenatal yoga teachers, antenatal educators and midwives can print to share and use with pregnant women, birth partners and clients. By buying this download you are agreeing to the following terms:
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Thank you for respecting the time that has gone into creating this artwork. If you have any questions about the license agreement, please contact me.
These handmade images, text and files are copyright of Hannah Thomas of Womb to World Art and sole copyright is retained by them.
Disclaimer: Please note my images are stylised visual representations, and the information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but I am not a medical professional and therefore there may be words or parts of the drawings that aren't 100% anatomically and medically accurate. My materials are not intended to replace any medical caregiver advice.