Posts Tagged ‘provider’

Early Development in Pregnancy

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

From the mother, the egg carries 23 chromosomes, the tiny structures carrying genes that guide development. The sperm contributes 23 chromosomes from the father. When these chromosomes unite, the new cell contains 46 chromosomes which hold the information that makes the baby a unique individual. Physical features, such as eye or hair color, are encoded within the chromosomes. The gender of the baby is determined by two specific chromosomes, referred to as the “sex chromosomes.” Two “X” chromosomes make a girl, an “X” and a “Y” make a boy. Because a woman can only give an “X” chromosome, it is the sperm that determines the sex of the baby. (more…)

Aydin Sierra

Monday, October 10th, 2011

On September 16, around 10:30 pm I drank about 3 oz. of castor oil and nothing happened. I went to lay down around 2:30am and at 3:30 I woke up with cramping, I had to do pelvic rocks to get through it…damn castor oil! lol (more…)