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7 Things Your Newborn Baby Didn't Know

7 Things Your Newborn Baby Didn't Know

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Newborn baby? We've collected 7 fascinating facts that will surely be new to you. Look!


1. Big skull

The baby's head is ubiquitous - you know it, because you had to fuck yourself. A newborn's head is unquestionably huge in body. Numerically, his body is ¼, whereas in an adult case it is 1/8. If you wish, you can test it: raise your arms over your head, in this position your elbows must be somewhere around your head. Now, try the same thing with your gypsy baby. In a good case, the eagle will be largely in the fishbowl. Infants' heads are so large as to accommodate their growing and growing brains.

2. Eyes

If you thought the baby had a big head, take a look at her eyes! Contrary to popular belief, babies do not give birth to fully developed eyeballs. At this point, the final size is 75 percent, which in the first year of their lives is still growing, reaching almost the largest 24 millimeters in their teens.

3. Power in bone

If you look closely at the born bioscope, then you know that human bone is 206 bones. However, this is generally not true for newborns, as they have 300 bones due to small cartilages that "melt" into smaller bones. Their skull bones, for example, consist of three pieces, which are associated with their age of one and the common tip of the skull to six months.

4. Witch milk

Do not be frightened if your baby's nipples are swollen, this is not because he is suffering from puberty. Simply the hormones that are produced in your body during childbirth pass through the placenta to your newborn, and as a result, you have a few months. witch milk can also leak inside. All this will be completely normal and will disappear in a few weeks.

5. Mongolol

No, the baby did not slam the bottom. The bluish-purple spot on the sacrum is just an innocent congenital melanocytosis, also called a mongoloid. This is usually more common in darker skin dolls. In the case of babies in Asia, e.g. The occurrence is 90 percent, while the Caucasians are only 5 to 10 percent. The blotch is most greyish, bluish, but may also be brown, and is most common in the sacrum or the lower part of the back (more rarely seen on the face and limbs). They usually fade completely by the age of 3 to 5 years, but at least in the teen years.

6. Breathing

These tiny little people breathe very quickly, tiny, about 30-60 times a minute, while an adult takes just 20 times a minute. What's more frightening is that sometimes (usually during sleep) - up to a maximum of 10 seconds - the icing misses, and this can still be considered normal, you don't have to dial the rescue! Interestingly, newborns breathe exclusively through their noses, so they can suckle and breathe at the same time. Their flat, soft noses also help them to avoid drowning.

7. Crocodile skirts

You must have heard your baby crying in the first days or weeks. That's enough. But did it turn out that he was not at ease anyway? Because the canal is still underdeveloped at birth, there will be no need for junk for up to two months.