How soon should a parent read to a new born baby?
it doesn't really matter. some parents even read to the baby in the uterus since the fetus can hear after a period of time. whenever you feel comfortable, but i would guess the sooner you read to him/her, the sooner they may learn to read. my parents read to me early and i learned to read at three years old. but again, whenever you feel is the right time.
No, because people should have the choice to be able to read whatever they like. It is more contreversial in school libraries since one parent filing a complaint is trying to stop all the other children in the school from reading this book. Is whether or not every child in a school is allowed to read one book one parent's decision to make? No, a child's parent should have that decision. No?
yes you can have a DNA test done while pregnant, but there are risks that you should read upon before choosing this option. The doctor will insert a needle into your stomach to the womb of the baby and take some of the fluid. But, I've heard doctor offices don't do these anymore because it has major risks to the baby.
Kids need to learn how to read and the more innovative that a parent is in ensuring this the better it will work out for the kid. There are many fun activities that a parent can use to make reading fun for kids. This includes phonics and the more colorful the sing along songs the better for the kid. http://educationalfun.info
It depends, are you the type of person who lies to your parents a lot? If so, then your parents are most likely to read your texts. If not, then I don't see a reason other than the possibility that they may be very or even over-protective. I would say, however, that it IS an invasion of your privacy to have your mom/parent read your texts. You should be able to have privacy.
All depends on which STI you have. I've read a study where a woman had a perfectly healthy child even though she had HIV. It's something you should talk to your partner and doctor about. As with any health risk in either parent can cause complications during pregnacy, but generally nature sorts itself out without medical help.
There are too many complications for any drug to list here. Please read on http://www.acde.org/parent/Pregnant.htm for all information on fetal developement vs. drug use. If you are on medications then you should be working closely with your doctor. Many women have to take some medications and their babies are just fine. If you are talking about street drugs then your baby will go through terrible withdrawals and it's not a pretty sight!
Yes i read them all the time and thoroughly enjoy them. Definitely a good read. you should also try the wardstone chronicals...everyone who has enjoyed Harry Potter should definantly try this series of books Ask for breaking dawn, sure! if she can handle all the conttents. so if she can handle the blood and gore and the you-know-what (Sexual referance) and knows the birds and the bees i'd say parent/cargive read it first. if she…
How can a birth parent explain to their young child that they are going to be adopted by a relative?
* Unfortunately, you did not give any reason as to why the birth parent is giving up their young child to a relative. If at all possible; even if it means government assistance the birth parent should try to keep their child. If it's absolutely impossible then all the birth parent can do is try to explain to the child the best they can, but it will never be enough and the child will feel…