Your baby weighs 875 grams and measures 14.5 inches from head to toe. He looks similar to what he will look like at birth, except a little thinner and smaller. The lungs, liver, and immune system are not fully mature, but if he is born now, he would still have a very good chance of surviving. He is growing faster and filling the available space in your uterus. He can now open/close his eyes, and even develops brain scans show developing sleep cycles. He may also start to suck a finger or thumb. Your baby might now recognize both your and your partner’s voices by now
Some experts believe that babies begin to dream by the 28th week. The characteristic furrows on the brain’s surface appear and more brain tissue develops.
Your baby’s taste buds are well developed now Babies also start to hiccup at this stage. Hiccup episodes usually lasts only momentarily.