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Mummy keep me safe,
Mummy keep me warm,
And with your loving care,
Help me to be born,
I`m 6 weeks old today
A birthday gift for me,
A pair of bright blue eyes,
which one day I might see.
Already a pair of arms,
And a podgy little nose,
And on the end of my feet
Those things they called toes.
Where are we going today
On a bus, in a bath,
So far away,
Why are you lying down
Being pushed on four wheels,
This doesn`t usually happen,
How funny it feels
Going through the door
Those men in green,
If they hurt you Mummy,
Just run out and scream.
Mummy, mummy
I don`t want to die.
There goes my legs,
My arms and my heart,
Help me mummy
There taking me apart,
Mummy, mummy,
I thought you`d try
But you just lay there,
Watched me die.

The above was written by two 14 year olds many years ago.

By the end of the sixth week of pregnancy, the foetus has a vertebral column, a bony jaw and clavicle,
a primative cranium, ribs, a developing nervous system, a closed circulatory system with a working heart,
developing eyes, ears, and nose, lungs, limbs, hands, feet, a pancreas, a bladder, kidneys, a tongue,
a larynx, a thyroid body, and germs of teeth.

copyrightę2012 Elsie

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