Apr 27, 2010 at 4:33PM
On this close-up, you can see a fine layer of downy hair covering baby’s skin. It’s called lanugo and it’s there to help insulate and protect the skin from all the fluid your baby’s floating around in. It usually goes away around week 26.
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