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11 Interesting facts about babies you probably didn’t know

Take a look at the wonderful world of the youngest and sweetest people in the world and discover amazing facts that make them special... In the development of children there are unexpected specificity, and some of them you will be quite surprised.


Babies from 9 to 13 months of life understand from 70 to 300 words, and in that period they will mainly pronounce their first word.

That's my mom!

Babies recognize mother's face from the face of other women for 15 hours after birth.


In the first year babies sleep 10 to 19 hours a day, while parents in the same period sleep 400 to 750 hours less than usual.


After birth, your baby sees, but not entirely clear, because the retina - the part responsible for the color and light, is not yet fully developed. Interestingly, babies often look stripes. That is why Experts even recommend that a baby's environment is fulfill with various stripes (wallpaper, furniture in black and white stripes, toys).


Scientific studies have proven that winter babies are less active compared to those who were born during the warmer months. It is believed that the reason is lack of daylight in the winter months, which later can actually cause problems with mood changes with time, as well as allergies cause by lack of vitamin D.


Babies are born without kneecap in the knees. They are formed from the second to the sixth month of life.

Tooth growth

By third year, the children receive twenty milk teeth, but their occurrence cannot be specified. It is individual, as well as how will baby reacts to that period.

Better sleep

The sound of an instrument or singing allows premature babies to sleep better.


Babies from fifteen months have a sense of justice, shows a study by the conducted by the University of Washington.

Dad's voice

With six weeks, babies can recognize the voice of his father among the more male voices!

My little foot

Baby’s feet to the ninth month are more sensitive than hands, and are her main "tool" to explore the world around them. Experts therefore advise that babies are more often barefoot, and if they wear shoes (to protect against injury and cold) - to be made of thin, natural materials.