By Pandamomma - 21/07/2014 12:58 - United States - Dunn
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hi. OP here. I said FML because I ended up having to apologize and act as if I was sincere. I failed miserably and ended up laughing hysterically. I did feel a little bad.
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Four months old should be carried.. I won't get deep in to the logistics of it, but human babies are only born after 9 months because they'd otherwise be too big to give birth to. We're technically all just a "fetus" outside the womb for about a year after we're actually born.
People think they should be in a pram, usually facing away from the parent. Can't give them too much love, they'll be sissys (or something). Not like carrying your child could be the natural way! Basically, it's the group of people who think a baby is manipulating/controlling the parents when it cries etc, not, you know, being a baby and doing what they're meant to when they need something, including comfort. Sometimes, Western society is seriously screwed up.
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Quite so, #2. It just so happens that I'm an authority on reading the body language of infants (sounds a bit wrong but bear with me). I do believe the emesis roughly translates to "Mind your damn business." or something along those lines at least.
Was he kidding, like your kid is "ass backwards" because that would have been a clever pun in the right company. There is always a risk that could happen since they can't breath while coming out ass first that they may not get enough oxygen to the brain, and end up with mental deficiency because of it. That being said doctor's tend to over exaggerate things because if they don't tell you that, you can sue them for malpractice, so they have to cover their asses by telling parents that kind of stuff. They also see so much terrible shit, that they tend to be overly bleak, if anything to spare the parents, if you were told there is only a 10% chance something bad happened, you would think you were most likely going to be fine (which you would be), and incredibly disappointed when it did possibly go bad. If you are told the kid has problems, you will be thrilled when the kid doesn't. The doctor would rather, in most cases, not get the family's hopes up, which in a way I can understand, it makes it less devastating that way. However, they should just give the statistics and fully explain it better, I also understand they don't really have all this time for the talky-talky at a hospital when they could be saving lives.