• Has anyone close to you ever committed suicide?

    Best answer: yes, a long time ago my best friend jumped off a cliff aged 19, eye witnesses said as soon as he jumped he tried to grab the side of the cliff, he must have changed his mind but it was too late. He was my age and now i'm 73 so it's so tragic when I look back and see how much life he has missed, it turned... show more
    Best answer: yes, a long time ago my best friend jumped off a cliff aged 19, eye witnesses said as soon as he jumped he tried to grab the side of the cliff, he must have changed his mind but it was too late.

    He was my age and now i'm 73 so it's so tragic when I look back and see how much life he has missed, it turned out it was because his girlfriend left him, I couldn't believe it, he was the nicest and funniest person you could meet, he never had trouble attracting girls and was vey popular with his friends.

    Suicide is never the answer, any and all problems can be solved even when it feels hopeless, talking about it to someone is a good start.
    49 answers · 6 days ago
  • Question about babies eye color?

    Best answer: 50%

    Your boyfriend will pass on the recessive blue, and you have both the dominant brown and recessive blue so it all matters on what you pass on!
    Best answer: 50%

    Your boyfriend will pass on the recessive blue, and you have both the dominant brown and recessive blue so it all matters on what you pass on!
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • How do I pretend to like babies?

    My cousin is gonna have her baby this week. I don’t like babies at all and don’t have any maternal instinct myself. How do I pretend that I like them, I don’t wanna be rude
    My cousin is gonna have her baby this week. I don’t like babies at all and don’t have any maternal instinct myself. How do I pretend that I like them, I don’t wanna be rude
    16 answers · 6 days ago
  • Baby has trouble pooping but isn’t constipated?

    My 4 week old baby seems to have trouble pooping but she isn’t constipated because her poops look completely normal for a breastfeed baby. She’ll push, turn really red in the face and cry. I asked the pediatrician and she said that it’s normal for babies to do this because they have to get use to it. That babies... show more
    My 4 week old baby seems to have trouble pooping but she isn’t constipated because her poops look completely normal for a breastfeed baby. She’ll push, turn really red in the face and cry. I asked the pediatrician and she said that it’s normal for babies to do this because they have to get use to it. That babies tend to clench up instead of relax while going. Has anyone else experienced this? It kills me to see her so uncomfortable and I don’t know how to help. I tried to bicycle her legs but it doesn’t seem to really help her. Is there anything else I can do to help her?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • What happen to miscarriages? Are they born just the same as normal babies, but when they come onto Earth they are dead? Or what?

    Best answer: By definition, a miscarriage occurs before 20 weeks gestation. (And the vast majority occur much earlier, almost always early in the first trimester.) There is nothing recognizable as a 'baby'. Usually just blood and clots. A loss late enough that the woman would have to 'push out' anything (20+... show more
    Best answer: By definition, a miscarriage occurs before 20 weeks gestation. (And the vast majority occur much earlier, almost always early in the first trimester.) There is nothing recognizable as a 'baby'. Usually just blood and clots.

    A loss late enough that the woman would have to 'push out' anything (20+ weeks) would be a stillbirth.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I buy knee pads for my baby that is learning to crawl?

    Best answer: Babies have learned to crawl from the dawn of the human race. We need to stop pandering to manufacturers who create a need for something that's not necessary. And that's the 'they' you are referring to. First create a need by pointing out that babies might hurt their little knees, (diddums), then... show more
    Best answer: Babies have learned to crawl from the dawn of the human race. We need to stop pandering to manufacturers who create a need for something that's not necessary. And that's the 'they' you are referring to. First create a need by pointing out that babies might hurt their little knees, (diddums), then the product, and then sell
    it via fear advertisisng. Think! Babies are supposed to get scuffed knees and the odd bruise. It's part of the learning process. Who knows? If we make it too comfortable for babies to stay on their knees, maybe they won't bother to try standing up!
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • A friend of mine has a six-month-old baby who keeps waking and crying during the night. She asked me for advice, what should I tell her?

    Best answer: If you don't know just tell her you don't know. It seems for some reason she thinks you know the answer, clearly you don't. Just be honest with her.
    Best answer: If you don't know just tell her you don't know. It seems for some reason she thinks you know the answer, clearly you don't. Just be honest with her.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is the best or first advise that comes to your mind for someone who has a six-month-old baby who keeps waking and crying?

    Best answer: Expect that, is my advice. The more you tell yourself that, by now, the baby should be in a routine, the fact is that he isn't. Continue to try to get that routine going, but be kind to yourself if he's still not getting it. Like puppies it can take a while. If you can't keep the house tidy,... show more
    Best answer: Expect that, is my advice. The more you tell yourself that, by now, the baby should be in a routine, the fact is that he isn't.
    Continue to try to get that routine going, but be kind to yourself if he's still not getting it. Like puppies it can take a while. If you can't keep the house tidy, don't, if there's no time to cook, don't. If you are tired when you get in from work, hand him over to mum/dad, grandparents and go take a nap. But overridingly, say to yourself, "this is normal, and it will pass".
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do some pediatricians say it’s okay to start solids at 4 months?

    If their tummies aren’t ready until 6 months, so why do some say it’s okay ?
    If their tummies aren’t ready until 6 months, so why do some say it’s okay ?
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can a baby sleep on their stomach when laying on my chest?

    I baby sit my nephew from time to time, born in August. And I was wondering if it’s okay for him to sleep on his stomach when laying on my chest? I make sure every second his head is turned to the side and I always check his breathing, I saw a bunch of stuff about SIDS and now I’m worried.
    I baby sit my nephew from time to time, born in August. And I was wondering if it’s okay for him to sleep on his stomach when laying on my chest? I make sure every second his head is turned to the side and I always check his breathing, I saw a bunch of stuff about SIDS and now I’m worried.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Cloth diapers or disposable diapers?

    I am a new mom and don’t know what is better, cloth diapers are better for the environment and you won’t have to smell your kid’s sh*t in the trash can. I’ve always found them gross though because it’s like shitting in underwear. And then you have to fu*king clean the sh*t off, like oh my god that’s disgusting.... show more
    I am a new mom and don’t know what is better, cloth diapers are better for the environment and you won’t have to smell your kid’s sh*t in the trash can. I’ve always found them gross though because it’s like shitting in underwear. And then you have to fu*king clean the sh*t off, like oh my god that’s disgusting. The only advantage for cloth is not having the crap smell in the trash can, which smells really gross.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to take care of a new born baby and precautions ?

    I plan to have a baby in a year or so but first I want to know how to take care of it what precautions to take what kind of things do they need you know EVERYTHING basically. Yes I am old enough I'm 25 but I have always wanted to wait but my husband wants one. I just need to know stop I can feel prepared just... show more
    I plan to have a baby in a year or so but first I want to know how to take care of it what precautions to take what kind of things do they need you know EVERYTHING basically. Yes I am old enough I'm 25 but I have always wanted to wait but my husband wants one. I just need to know stop I can feel prepared just in case in happens earlier.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do some mums that breastfeed look down on mums that bottle-feed?

    I'm not a mum but I find it stupid and unnecessary when some mums that breastfeed criticise mums that bottle-feed. It's all personal preference. I know babies may not be getting the nutrition in formula milk that they are with breastmilk but some mums that bottle-feed admit that they pump breastmilk into... show more
    I'm not a mum but I find it stupid and unnecessary when some mums that breastfeed criticise mums that bottle-feed. It's all personal preference. I know babies may not be getting the nutrition in formula milk that they are with breastmilk but some mums that bottle-feed admit that they pump breastmilk into the bottle and feed instead. Some mums can have a medical condition or they don't produce enough milk so they have no choice but to bottle feed. Also they probably don't like the idea of breastfeeding in public. It makes them extremely uncomfortable. I know breast milk is better, but at the end it's your choice and you may have a reason as to why you don't breastfeed. I don't see what is so wrong with that.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Sore baby neck folds?

    Best answer: Yeah I wass just going to say being unhygienic can cause this (but you wash her regularly, so that shouldn't be a problem). Eczema is another particular issue, it tends to occur more in folds as well. Eczema can occur when the babies skin is weak. This can be aggravated if a person washes their child too much... show more
    Best answer: Yeah I wass just going to say being unhygienic can cause this (but you wash her regularly, so that shouldn't be a problem).
    Eczema is another particular issue, it tends to occur more in folds as well. Eczema can occur when the babies skin is weak. This can be aggravated if a person washes their child too much (so yeah, if ur using any chemical that is an irritant when bathing her then that can cause it too).
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does anybody have any good parenting tips? In a few weeks were having a little baby girl. Can anyone give me tips on how to be a good dad?

    Best answer: Start saving money and don't get upset when you realize that your free time as you know it is probably gone forever.

    It is worth it!
    Best answer: Start saving money and don't get upset when you realize that your free time as you know it is probably gone forever.

    It is worth it!
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • Baby won't sleep at night!?

    Baby is perfectly fine all day only crying if laying on Belly too long or getting mad at a toy. Happy and rolling around chewing on toys all day with normal feedings. She absolutely loses her mind at bedtime. She can fall asleep anywhere in the house but the second I put her in bed she goes nuts. I did introduce... show more
    Baby is perfectly fine all day only crying if laying on Belly too long or getting mad at a toy. Happy and rolling around chewing on toys all day with normal feedings. She absolutely loses her mind at bedtime. She can fall asleep anywhere in the house but the second I put her in bed she goes nuts. I did introduce cereal and food about 3 weeks ago but doesnt seem to have any reactions cause she is fine until she hits the bed. Any ideas???
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Would you use a daycare if they were really great except the tv was on a lot?

    Best answer: One of our daughters spent about half a year with a babysitter who was good in many ways, but who had the t.v. on all the time.

    We found the constant noise stressed out our daughter, and we moved on to a different sitter, so no, I would not.
    Best answer: One of our daughters spent about half a year with a babysitter who was good in many ways, but who had the t.v. on all the time.

    We found the constant noise stressed out our daughter, and we moved on to a different sitter, so no, I would not.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How are babies made?

    5 answers · 1 week ago