The birth of a tiny little member of the family is celebrated in all parts of the world, but there are many cultures and traditions where celebrations also happen before the baby’s birth, also commonly known as a baby shower. This special function is celebrated in different ways in different cultures, and if you are intrigued to find out some fun facts and trivia associated with baby shower; we recommend reading the following post!
Here are some interesting questions to ask at a baby shower trivia:
1. At what age babies can taste salt?
Answer: Babies can taste sweet and sour, but it is only by 3 to 4 months of age that their taste buds can recognise salt.
Answer: The sense of touch.
Answer: Yes, babies are born without kneecaps. They, instead, have cartilage that later turns into bone as babies grow and develop.
Answer: It may take approximately 285,000 USD on average.
Answer: Anywhere between 6 to 8 weeks after birth.
Answer: A newborn baby has 300 bones in his/her body.
Answer: Newborn babies have shallow and fine fingerprints, and they become prominent after six months of age.
Answer: A baby can see only up to 8 to 14 inches.
Answer: Babies observe colour red first then other colours, and by five months of age they can see the full spectrum of colours.
Answer: Bingo, Guess the Price, Feed the Baby, Sharing baby stories, You Can’t Say That, etc. are some popular baby shower games.
Answer: There were adorable elephant sculptors that were made of flowers.
Answer: All the decorations were done in grey and pink colours.
Answer: The baby shower decor was done in a bright yellow colour!
Answer: It was the colour pink because the concept of associating colours with genders didn’t happen back then.
Answer: Disposable diapers, which are usually known as Diapers in the US and Nappy in the UK, are called Disposables in South Africa.
Answer: Studies reveal that about 4 to 5 per cent are actually born on the exact due date. However, approximately 80 percent are born anywhere between from 38 to 42 weeks.
Answer: It is whooping 69!
Answer: In the third trimester, a pregnant woman should consume approximately 500 calories over and above the regular calorie intake.
Answer: By approximately 3 months of age, babies can differentiate between familiar and unfamiliar faces.
Answer: A baby is called Akachan in Japanese.
Answer: It is called a zygote.
Answer: It may take up to 1 year for a baby’s eye colour to become permanent!
Answer: According to Guinness World Records, the heaviest baby born was 22 pounds and was delivered by Giantess Anna Bates in 1879. The boy survived only for 11 hours.
Answer: Babies can begin recognising themselves anywhere from 18 months to two years of age.
Answer: It is the Diapers!
Answer: Sean Keaney of UK was born with 12 teeth! This record is also mentioned in the Guinness World Records.
Answer: Most babies start crawling anywhere between 6 to 10 months of age.
Answer: Babies can swallow and breathe at the same time.
Answer: A toddler can take approximately 2400 steps in an hour.
Answer: A baby’s head is one-quarter of the size of its body at birth.
Answer: A pacifier is also known as a dummy.
Answer: It is around 5 months of age that a baby is usually double his birth weight.
Answer: Saybie was the lightest baby ever born with a birth weight of 245 grams, in the US.
Answer: The music group was ‘The Supremes’.
Answer: It is either close friends or family members.
Answer: According to a study revealed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provisional, approximately 31 percent deliveries were by cesarean.
Answer: It is for approximately 40 weeks.
These are just some of the interesting facts and trivia for the parents-to-be. You can collect more such data or even use personal information or fun incidents to make the trivia questions more fun and interesting.
This post was last modified on August 29, 2020 8:57 pm
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