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Children Unbuckling Seat Belts Can Risk Their Safety
My son is three and a few weeks ago he figured out how to unbuckle the seat belt in the van. He's in a car seat carrier and the belts for the carrier are made child proof, but the belts for the van are not. He reaches behind him and all he has to do is push down on the red button. I never had this issue with my other two kids and I have told my youngest over and over, not to mess with the seat belt. I think he sees the other two unbuckling the belts when they get out of the van, so he feels he can do it at anytime.
Pregnancy World Records
The largest reported, naturally conceived multiple birth was Quintuplets (5) born to one mother in one single birth, without fertility drugs.
The oldest woman to give birth was 66. She gave birth to twin boys.
The most babies ever born was from a Russian woman who had 69 children in the 18th century. She had 27 multiple births, which included 16 pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets, and four sets of quadruplets.
The world’s smallest surviving baby weighted 8.6 ounces. The Guinness Book of World Records says the heaviest baby ever born weighed 23.12 pounds.
A British woman claimed the record for the world's fastest birth. She gave birth in just under two minutes after her water broke.
Concatenate Baby Names
What is a concatenate (kŏn-kăt'n-āt) baby name? A concatenate baby name is formed together by two separate names, like a chain. Example: The name Brook and Lynn would form Brooklynn.
Parents name their children in unique ways, and one way is to use the first and middle names of the child to form concatenate nicknames. Another example would be "Brook Lynn Smith". Parents may just call their child Brooklynn instead of Brook. Other examples are Billy Bob, Mary Kay, and Kari Dawn. These combination of names are easily mistaken for the first name instead of being separate, which in most cases they are.
What concatenate baby names can you think of?
World's Longest First Name?
I looked this up and found this first name on a few sites. Hatmaguptafratarinagarosterlous, but don't ask what it stands for.
Are there any first names you consider long or as long?
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