We bet only real mums will pass this quiz 10/10 !!!

  • Question of

    How many trimesters are there in an average pregnancy?

    • 3
    • 1
    • 2
    • 4

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    There are three stages, or trimesters, of pregnancy, and each one is distinguished by a unique set of fetal development milestones. At 40 weeks, a pregnancy is regarded to have reached its full term, whereas babies born before the end of the 37th week are considered preterm.

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    True or false: Children visit the doctor regularly?

    • True
    • False

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  • Question of

    What item must we have before leaving the hospital with a newborn?

    • Car seat
    • Diaper pack
    • Blanket
    • Hat

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    The implementation of an appropriate child safety seat is the single most crucial purchase for the journey back home (car seat). Because it is one of the most effective methods of child protection, every state mandates that new parents acquire one before parents are allowed to leave the hospital with their newborn.

  • Question of

    When do babies typically begin to crawl?

    • 3 to 7 months
    • 4 to 8 months
    • 5 to 9 months
    • 6 to 10 months

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    At the age of six months, infants are able to rock back and forth on their hands and knees. Crawling requires this as a foundational skill. It is possible that the infant will begin to crawl backward while he rocks and then proceeds to move forward. By the age of 9 months, most newborns are able to crawl and creep.

  • Question of

    What is the most common first word for babies?

    • Mama
    • Dada
    • Hello
    • Bye-bye

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    According to the findings of certain studies, "dada" is actually a more common first word. Having said that, throughout the course of our history, mothers have traditionally been the ones to stay at home with their children, during which time they likely conversed about their husbands' jobs or the time when the fathers would return.

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    True or false: Babies can hear before they’re even born.

    • True
    • False

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    Your unborn child has been exposed to sounds ever since they were still in the womb. A newborn's universe includes the noises of the mother's heartbeat, the gurgles of the mother's digestive system, and even the sounds of the mother's voice and the voices of other members of the family before the baby is born. As soon as your child is born, they are immediately exposed to the crisp and distinct noises of the outside world.

  • Question of

    A baby can breathe and swallow at the same time until they are how old? ***

    • 7 months
    • 6 months
    • 8 months

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  • Question of

    A baby cannot taste what flavor until it is 4 months old? ***

    • Salty
    • Sour
    • Spicy
    • Sweet

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    When a baby is still in the womb, the taste buds that will eventually be on his brand-new tongue begin to form. There, he ingests the amniotic fluid, which is continuously flavored by the foods and beverages that the mother consumes. A newborn is able to sense sweet, sour, bitter, and savory flavors, but not salty flavors (this ability does not develop until the baby is about 4 months old).

  • Question of

    When do children begin to learn speech patterns? ***

    • In the womb
    • 1 week after birth 1
    • month after birth

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    According to what experts have discovered, infants who are only a few hours old are already able to distinguish between the sounds of their native language and those of a foreign language. The findings of the study suggest that kids start picking up language while they are still in the mother's womb, which is much earlier than was previously believed.

  • Question of

    Babies have taste buds on their tongues as well as on their ***

    • All of the above
    • Tonsils
    • Roof of mouth
    • Cheeks

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    Tonsil taste buds are present in neonates, in addition to those found in more traditional locations such as the tongue. Your kid will be able to tell the difference between sweet and bitter tastes by the time they are three months old. They favor flavors that are more sweet, similar to the flavor of breast milk.