Last month we looked at what to expect during the first trimester, which is one of the notoriously difficult phases of pregnancy. Each trimester is different, and each phase brings new excitements and sometimes new challenges. The good news is that the second trimester is considered to be the easiest, during which time you’ll find yourself full of energy and feeling positive.
Choosing a name for your newborn can be challenging. An overwhelming choice of names plus keen family members offering up their well-meaning baby name suggestions can take its toll.
Everybody wants something different for the baby – your Mother-in-law may wish you to choose a family name, whereas your sister might want you to include her name in your choices, your father wants the baby to have a traditional name, whereas your partner wants to choose something unique.
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With the Christmas season fully upon us, we are turning our attention to this charming tradition, the history behind it, and how the celebration has evolved over the years. Of course, it is generally accepted around the world that Christmas is originally a Christian celebration, but many other cultures have adapted the traditions to suit their own beliefs.
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Research shows that giving your child an unusual name can provide a multitude of benefits. Professor Adam Atler claims that his research has shown that giving your child an unusual name leads to ‘unconventional and creative thinking.’ In a world where creativity as a skill is highly desired, a child with an unusual name is more likely to succeed in work and relationships.
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