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What Better way to Celebrate Your Gorgeous Baby Bump? Adorn your Bump with this Beautiful Sash for Maternity Photos, Baby Showers, Gender Reveals, anything you can think up!
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Most expectant fathers are jealous of the way their other halves can bond with their unborn baby - but a university graduate has created a device to help bridge that gap. Divya Hirani, who has completed her final year in product design Middlesex University, in The Burroughs, Hendon, designed a belt to help fathers-to-be communicate with their unborn babies. It allows the partner to sense the first kicks of the baby through a connection to a mobile phone application, which receives real-time kick notifications. It recreates the sense of touch with vibrations or motions, with the same intensity as the baby’s kick in the womb. Speakers in the belt enable the partner to also talk to the baby, allowing the child to begin to recognise and respond to their fathers voice - even when they are away. The 21-year-old said: “After reading fathers blogs it became apparent that many felt detached from the pregnancy, but wanted to be part of the process even if they were at work or travelling. “I wanted to help fathers to feel more connected to their baby and share the experience with their partner. “Sense enables this intimate interaction between the partner and their unborn child regardless of location and also provides gratification when the baby reacts to the sound of the partner’s voice. The belt also helps to support the mother with her posture to ensure she is comfortable during her pregnancy, and is expandable so it grows with her. The belt also helps to support the mother with her posture to ensure she is comfortable during her pregnancy, and is expandable so it grows with her. Divya has also designed it to track the activity of the baby and create a log to ensure they are healthy throughout the pregnancy. regulated This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here. If you are dissatisfied with the response provided you can contact IPSO here. Source: www.times-series.co.uk
Fact: a 20-week-old unborn baby can already hear sounds outside the womb. Another: when a fetus hears a sound, it reacts to that particular sound by moving. It is safe to say that sounds help support the brain growth of an unborn child. This concept is what drove Nuvo Group to create Ritmo, the pregnancy audio belt that will allow every mom to give her baby the gift of sounds and music. Based on Nuvo’s research , there are three important benefits of introducing music to kids as early as you can. For one, studies show that music helps improve memory, language, rhythm and physical coordination. Next, a French doctor named Alfred Tomati concluded that letting a child listen to Mozart will help improve speech problems by rewiring the brain’s thought patterns. This is also known as The Mozart Effect. Last, music is a great way to calm and soothe a baby in the womb as well as outside it. Thus, developing a stronger bond between mother and child. With all these benefits in mind, the Ritmo Pregnancy Audio Belt was developed. Nuvo Group made sure that the audio belt is safe and comfortable to use. The audio sound is made of high quality acoustics and the baby gets to enjoy a surround sound experience. Moreover, the audio belt is designed to fit accurately on any mommy’s tummy. Whether you want to introduce your baby to Mozart, The Beatles or perhaps, daddy’s gentle voice, the four mini speakers will help deliver the high quality sound in four key locations. Even if the baby is tumbling here and there in the womb, the baby can still hear the soothing music at a safe listening level always. Let music bring you closer together and teach your baby his-her first language. Nuvo Group Ritmo Pregnancy Audio Belt. Source: www.psfk.com
Look at the long battle to give couples the right to practice birth control. Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was jailed eight times for the crime of mentioning sex — but she eventually transformed U. S. society. A Supreme Court victory in 1965 struck down contraceptive bans for married couples, and a follow-up victory in 1972 struck them down for unwed ones. Liberals won, conservatives lost. The same pattern applies to the struggle for Social Security pensions for retirees — and unemployment compensation for the jobless — and equality for blacks — and Medicare and Medicaid — and equality for women — and food stamps for needy families... These stormy social conflicts ended the same way: Liberals always win. Conservatives always lose. In his landmark book, “The Better Angels of Our Nature,” Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker concludes that all sorts of human evils — war, genocide, murder, rape, torture, dueling, wife-bashing, attacks on minorities, etc. — have faded enormously from the Western world. International warfare has virtually vanished. Pursuit of such humane goals lies at the heart of the liberal agenda. Back then, it was a felony to be gay, and those who were caught were sent to prison under old sodomy laws. Back then, it was a felony for a desperate girl to end a pregnancy. It was illegal for an unmarried couple to share a bedroom. Divorce or unwed pregnancy was an unmentionable disgrace. Jews weren’t allowed into Christian-only country clubs. Public schools had mandatory teacher-led prayer. It was a crime to buy a cocktail or a lottery ticket. Today, survey after survey finds American church membership fading, while the young generation ignores religion. Sociologists think the secular trend is unstoppable. People who say their faith is “none” already comprise one-fourth of the adult population — 56 million Americans — and they seem destined someday to be the largest segment. The social tide is flowing away from conservative fundamentalism and its Puritanical agenda. “If by a ‘liberal’ they mean someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reaction, someone who cares about the welfare of the people — their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil... Source: www.newburyportnews.com
It was a rare appearance for the mum-of-one, after she took a back step from her work, quitting Radio 1 after 10 years in May and recently completing another series of Celebrity Juice, to focus on her pregnancy ... brown sequinned belt and large golden ...