I personally don't think it's too old-fashioned. I used to dance with a girl named Maude, she does modeling stuff now. I call her Maude the model :D
Just On that alone, no. If baby is social, pointing with finger, waving/gesturing, babbling different consonant sounds, imitating some actions and sounds, can understand simple phrases (ie where is your ball?) (bring me your book) and is cruising furniture than no I would not be concerned
9-18 months is the normal...
I am not ezpecting. This is just a general wondering question. I am not naming anyone theae.
I read an article that said first-time moms tend to be pregnant for about 41 weeks instead of delivering on or before their due date (not counting those who get induced for whatever reason, of course). As a first-timer myself, I'm curious about how accurate this is. I know every woman and every pregnancy is...
Because being expected to perform puts too much stress on them.
I don’t like this name but bf loves it.
What kind of name does she look like she might have?
I have exactly the same name as the person who asked the questions on Sale of the Century on TV .. and is now on the radio (Just a Minute) !
He’d be formally named Francis but will be known as Frank and possibly Frankie while he’s young. What do you think?
Yes, and Lia
Lia - Lee-ah. Lia means "my Yah"
Leah - Lay-ah. Leah means "weary"
The e has the sound of "ay" in Hebrew, and the "i" sounds like "ee."