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Diaper is a type of innerwear that allows
baby to defecate or urinate,
without the use of a toilet.
Change it whenever it is full or looks like a boul.
Failure to change may arise skin problem or rashes on the skin of your baby.

1.   Four Babies Born Every Second- Around 255 babies born in world. That is 4.3 births every single second.

2.   Newborns Recognize Mom's Voice At Birth-When a baby is born, their hearing isn't 100% up to par. The one sound they are able to recognize is the sound of mom voice. They respond to this sound above all others.

3.   Babies Have More Bones Than Adults-A baby born with 270 bones and by the time he reaches adulthood that number drops to 206! The reason for the loss of bones is due to fusion of the spine and skull as baby grows.

4.   Babies do not have kneecaps- Rather they have a structure of cartilage that resembles kneecaps. They usually do not develop them fully until after six months.

5.  Babies Can’t Cry - They can scream and holler for what they want or need, but newborns can’t technically cry. Tears can’t actually be created or released until about three weeks in. However, in some cases, it isn’t unusual for babies to shed their first tears until four or five months.

6.  Babies Have More Bones- When babies are born, they have 270 bones. Adults have 206. Bones fuse together during growth to come up with the new number.

7.  Birthmarks Are The Rule, Not Exception- If your newborn has a birthmark or other abnormality, this is actually normal. Around 80% of all babies are born with some form. The most common include stork bites and port wine stains.

8.  Newborns Can Hear As Well As You- They will startle at just about anything. Not because it is louder or softer, but because it is new. Smell is also advanced at this age.

9.  A Turned Head Means A Full Belly- Your newborn didn’t just see something interesting. If he or she turns her head at a spoonful of food, it is because they are full. This is also where shaking your head “no” comes from.

10.  Mom Is Number One - It only takes a few weeks in before a baby can visually distinguish between his or her mother and other adults. The constant sounds and sights are soothing to the child and are missed when gone. However, the voice and smell of the mother can be recognized from birth.

11.  Smile- A baby is typically capable of their first non-gassy smile at only one month old. Try engaging them with funny faces or voices to see if they are ready. If unsure about a smile, repeat the gag as necessary.

12.  Buy Their Shoes Now- At one year old, a baby will have a foot half the size of their adult size. A useful tool for buying those early birthday presents or vintage fashion heels now.

13.  Babies Have More Bones- When babies are born, they have 300 bones. Adults have 206. Bones fuse together during growth to come up with the new number.

14.  The Exception To The Rule- Think your child is especially mischievous? Then he or she may fall into the category that one out of five toddlers can open a child proof cap. Remember that these are child resistant and, as most parents will tell you, nothing is one hundred percent child proof.

15.  A lot of Landfill- By the end of age two, the average baby has been changed 7,300 times. A good way for mom’s to put everything in perspective. Average speed of each change? Two minutes, which adds up to three 40 hour work weeks each year.

16.  Unless You’re Dad- With a philosophy that speed trumps quality, the average dad takes one minute, thirty seconds to change a diaper. This still adds up to about two 40 hour work weeks a year if dad did all of the diaper changing.

17.  Eyesight is the least developed of all the newborn senses-Newborns can see best at a distance of only 8-14 inches, and until they are about three months old, they see best in their peripheral vision. Babies may also have difficulty distinguishing color tones.

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