The first Spanish baby of 2024 is already among us. And that we are still in May 2023.
According to The World Today, albert He was born exactly at midnight on Monday May 22, 2023 at the Gregorio Marañón hospital in Madrid. He weighed 2.25 kilograms. He wasn’t expected to come this time of year, but it happened anyway.
He was by natural birth and both he and his mother, Joanna, They are fine. The peculiarity of the case is that the woman will not be able to hold him until next year, when her little one will come out of the incubator.
The anachronistic child must spend 224 days in a kennel for being born prematurely, the Spanish Ministry of Health reported. His family considers it “a Christmas present”.
“It was the best Christmas present, and especially in advance,” said Juana as indicated by El Mundo Today. “I put the alarm clock on my cell phone to remind me to go get the baby,” admitted the mother, a little joking and a little serious considering that there are still many months left before they will deliver him.
The midwife was the one who pleasantly established that Alberto is already a child of 2024 Isabella Romerohospital worker. He did so after groping his mother in the waiting room on the second floor of the hospital.
A child with a vegetable name
And speaking of children… We know that a person’s name is very important, their first letter of introduction and that it will accompany them for life.
Indeed, there is a ten-year study conducted by the American psychologist Jean Twenge which determined that people who disliked their names tended to have poorer psychological adjustment.
In April, a couple reported on social media that they were deciding on their baby’s name but warned it should be something “unique” like the father’s.
husband’s name is cabbagelike cruciferous vegetables, and the wife not only doesn’t object but wants her future child to have a name that corresponds to that of the father.
On Reddit the woman – who preferred not to reveal her name – explained: “My husband’s name is Kale and we talked about possibilities for our future children. We are having a hard time deciding on names because my husband wants us to have names unique and unconventional.
“My husband’s name is spelled the same as the kale vegetable, but it sounds nice and it’s catchy,” she said with some reason.
What the woman has done in this case is consult a forum for opinions and recommendations. Sure, asked to avoid any other vegetable names, such as carrot or onion. “We’ve heard it all,” she said of the English name options.
Many people started leaving suggestions for less common names they could use, including Basil, Sage, Margherita, Rye, Case, Fox, Quill and Cedar.
One user listed some food-related name ideas: “Maple, Olive, Apple, Poppy, Brie, Coconut, Cherry, Pepper and Chips”.
More tips included Kahlo, Zealand, Kestrel, Brune, Taz, Mavis, Mello, Zephyr, Kayridge and Swade.
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