Is your little one destined for great things? Forget optimism and crystal balls–here’s an algorithm that can predict your progeny’s future success. (Maybe).
Babies may be born with a fuzzy, monochromatic vision, but they quickly to develop to take in the world in all its detail and colour–here’s what your newborn sees month by month.
Life is about challenges, and they won’t all be easily won; in fact, a more accurate summation of life would be that it is fraught with future failures. Not exactly a Hallmark caption, but the truth remains. But, this truth is not necessarily a bad thing–the trick is to convince your kids of that.
According to the NHS, around one in every four to five pregnant women in the UK has a C-section, with the percentage of babies born this way on a steady incline–last year’s stats up by 11% in 5 years. It’s far from an uncommon procedure; but it does have significant differences from natural birth: apart from the actual procedure, a major difference is the inherent disconnection between the mother and the physical birth process–but in the US, at least, that may be about to change.