Yea cuz if u think about it, we say 40 weeks is 9months but its not 4x10 is 40 which makes 40 weeks 10 months. And there are more 4wx4=28 days in a month. This is very accurate and It makes so much more sence then just dividing by 4. Im glad I found it and Im glad u ladies are finding it useful as well.
This is actually very misleading. Being in your 4th month is hugely different than being 4 months pregnant. For example this chart shows 1 month as weeks 1-4 but when you are one week pregnant you don't tell people you are a month along, you are IN your first month. Think of it in terms of a baby when someone asks you how old it is you don't tell them two months because they are 5 weeks. You have to look back to find your month. If you are at 15 weeks you are IN your fourth month but you are only 3.5 months along. FYI
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