Friday, 1 July 2016


Some facts about babies that you may not know:
-         A human baby has 60 more bones than an adult human.
-         A newborn baby has the equivalent of a glass of blood in his/her body.
-         By the time a baby is fully toilet-trained, an average baby would have used 8000 diapers.
-         For the first few months babies can only see in black and white.
-         Parents of newborns usually lose the equivalent of 6 months sleep in the first 2 years of the life of their baby.
-         Babies have three times the taste-buds of an adult.
-         Most premature babies end up being left-handed.
-         Snoring mothers usually have small babies.
-         Between 1838 and 1960, half of the photos ever taken were of babies.
-         A woman from Michigan, USA gave birth to 3 babies born on 8-8-08, 9-9-09, and 10-10-10.
-         The rate of birth of twins increased by 73% from 1980 onwards.
-         For every 100 girls born, there are 105 boys.
-         At birth, babies do not have a knee-cap, but a cartilage that develops into a knee-cap by the sixth month.
-         Having a birth-mark at birth is very normal. In fact 80% of newborn babies have a birth-mark.
-         The heaviest baby ever born was from Italy. The baby was born in 1955 at 22 lbs or 10 kilograms.
-         The sense of touch in a baby develops from the head to the feet. The mouth is the most sensitive part of a baby’s body – that’s why everything goes into their mouths.

-         Babies smile 300 times a day. Adults smile 60 times a day, on average.

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