Baby wouldn’t stop touching belly. Then doctor realized the shock of his life. A lot of that depends on culture and what country you live in many mothers grew up in households where sons are treasured and daughters are seen as a burden until they get married off or leave home. Some mothers may have witnessed their father’s demean their mothers. All the time babies have constant needs that they can’t fulfill themselves apart from food and sleep and diaper change, babies want quiet time, stimulation they want to be talked to.
They just want to be held and held in a particular way, or they don’t want to be held and so on. Attuned caregiving is what psychologically Healthy Mothers provide all day long. The result is a human being that can fulfill his or her inner needs very well. Babies, like the comfort of knowing that their mother is nearby or next to them, and will also sleep better. I think most of us humans, sleep better if we’re sleeping next to our favorite people, a baby who suffers from a rare genetic condition, causing his intestines to swell and fill with fluid has been discharged from hospital just in time for his first birthday Max doe from Park Ridge in Chicago was born by emergency Caesarean on 31 weeks after doctors noticed his abdomen was becoming bloated in the womb.
He was immediately rushed to the Intensive Care Unit at Advocate Children’s Hospital, where doctors diagnosed him with congenital sodium diarrhea. When the body struggles to remove salt from the intestines leading to a watery buildup, the baby then spent 11 months in the wards where he had four operations to ease the condition, including one which left him almost unconscious.
or a week his parents, Kim guyan and Dan doe 37, who visited their son every day, feared they would lose him, but, as his health improved Max started to become very excitable and wave at everyone earning him, the nickname mayor of the NICU he was finally allowed To go home last month, just in time for his first birthday, which was spent at home with family, he also got to meet his sister Ivy who’s. Six congenital sodium diarrhea is a very rare condition with less than 50 cases known worldwide, it can be triggered by a range of genetic mutations, with Max being the only person in recorded history to have his specific changes. Sufferers need round-the-clock hospital care in the first few months to prevent dehydration, but doctors say they can go on to lead a normal life.
The baby’s father told Good Morning, America, doctors first realized their son would need extra medical attention during a routine scan when Kim was pregnant. We saw in the ultrasound that Max’s stomach was already getting distended and they saw that the amniotic fluid was not going in and out of Max the way it should be and as a result, Kim’s stomach was getting bloated up really rapidly. He explained after their son was delivered. Doe said it felt like surgery after surgery. There was a point where we thought we were going to lose him, because so many procedures had been done and he was, I think, almost unconscious for a week.
One week he was just on morphine and was just sleeping trying to recover from the surgeries Dr Michael chappello, a neonatologist and vice chairman of pediatrics at the hospital who was helping with Max’s care said when he was born. His abdomen was very distended that usually means that there’s a bowel obstruction of some sort. He did have surgery to look at that, but as it continued to be distended, that was because there was so much fluid going in there. We realized that we needed to evaluate exactly why swelling in the abdomen area is usually triggered by a blockage. Stopping fluid flowing away from the area, but blood tests eventually revealed Max was in fact suffering from a genetic condition that was triggering the illness.
Chappello said he took every curveball thrown at him and he knocked it right out of the park, while on the ward chappello added that youngster intended to command a lot of attention, because he was always a very excited little guy, he always wants to say hi. He waves he smiles and it’s hard not to go over and say hi to him, even when you’re not taking care of him at the moment. Max finally walked out of the ward on May 23rd, when he was 11 months old, which rarely happens. Doctor said, it was just in time for his first birthday on June 4th, which was celebrated at home with his family. The intestines are lined with special channels that take up salts from the intestines, but in Max’s case these are mutated, meaning they’re not able to remove the salts, which in turn leads to a buildup of fluids.
Doctors say: babies born with the condition immediately have watery diarrhea. Even the absence of being fed, they require care in hospital for months afterwards to stop them becoming dehydrated and ensure the babies are receiving enough salt, which is essential for normal bodily functions once discharged. They continue to require an intravenous drip to receive salt, but doctors say, although individuals affected will likely continue to have mild watery diarrhea, they otherwise tend to lead a normal life. What is congenital sodium diarrhea? Normally, the body absorbs salt from the intestines, but in congenital sodium diarrhea.
The channels responsible for this don’t work because of a genetic mutation. Symptoms include a large distended belly before birth and constant watery stools. Doctors say in the first few months of life: babies with the condition need constant monitoring to ensure they stay hydrated and have enough salts, but as they get older, it is possible for them to be discharged and receive salts by an intravenous drip at home. Doctors say most patients will go on to lead a normal life. The condition is extremely rare, with only about 50 cases known to date.
Babies are not empty vessels to be filled by omniscient parents, as if I have three children and they’re all completely different. Now, how did that happen? It was a big shock to my system. Trust me. What worked with one did not work with another and what I expected one to like, or even love did not materialize. Eventually, I hit on the brilliant notion that my kids were individual Souls with their own trajectory and I needed to get out of the way. They are all amazing individuals in their own right, and I just hope I didn’t do too much damage this family suffer from their son’s action. My youngest son’s favorite thing is my belly. It’S his safe place, his comfort zone when he gets hurt. I scoop him up and he snuggles down into my chest and belly.
He slides his chubby little hand onto my soft skin and says I rub your belly with the sweetest look of contentment in his eyes when he just needs some Mama time, usually his hand makes its way under my shirt and onto my stomach. He likes to look at it. He likes to play with it. He likes to dive into it and he likes to jump on it. He likes to lay his head on it pretty much as long as he can access it in some way, he’s good.
The other day he happily sat in my lap as he found my stomach. He said your belly, my home and my heart fell on the floor. It’s true, my belly was his home. It housed all three of my boys and in many ways it still is their home funny thing about how much my sons love my belly is that there are aspects of it that if I allow myself to I kind of hate the things my sons love about It are the things I’m not all that thrilled with how soft it is. The roles that happen when I sit the stretch marks the way it mushes together so easily to look like a prune.
Those are the things that society would say. I should change the things that make my stomach less than perfect and, quite frankly, there are days that I agree with Society. I work out most every day. I take care of my body, but there is no amount of planking that will change the fact that I have loose skin from when my belly was home to three babies, two of which were in there. At the same time, there are some things about my body that just are what they are. These are things I don’t love, and that makes me feel subconscious at times. If I think about them too long, yet, every day my boys tell me I’m beautiful to them. i’m perfect, my saggy belly was their home. My imperfect body is their peace, they don’t care about it. My cellulite or my belly rolls.
When I sit, they don’t care about any of what I care about. They don’t see any of the imperfections Society might see. All they see is me their mama. It can be hard to hold on to the beauty our children see within us when we have become so accustomed to the world standards of beauty and Perfection, our body image suffering in the process. It’S challenging to hold on to the truth that our worth and our value is not defined by our bodies, but by our hearts, when we’re bombarded with messages of the opposite, no matter how hard it is, though, I’m determined to believe my sons rather than anyone else, Including my own mind, we have to start believing the truth, the same truth that we speak to our beloved babies, but neglect to speak to ourselves.
Would we ever dare to say to our children the harsh things we say to ourselves? How many pieces would our hearts break into if we hurt our children speak to themselves? The way we speak to ourselves, we couldn’t fathom it. Yet that’s exactly what happens if we aren’t careful. Our children are listening to us, they’re watching us and they’re learning truth from us, they’re gathering information about the world and what they should believe based on what they see within us.
So when our babies, who think we are as perfect as it gets no matter what we look like hear us berating ourselves when they see us touching our bellies, they love so much with an expression of disgust when they listen to our actions, which overpower our words, We’Re teaching them not only unhealthy messages of beauty, but we’re also teaching them that they are wrong. We are unintentionally telling them that what they see is inaccurate and therefore, in some ways something is wrong with them too.
They see this beautiful woman, whom they love, calling herself ugly labeling herself fat, criticizing parts of her body for how they look rather than praising them for how they function and our children begin to think. If my mom thinks she’s all those things, what might she think of me if she doesn’t measure up, however, will I a conflict then arises within our children, where they hold one belief about the flawlessness of their mother butter being told something entirely different by that same Woman, our daughters might begin to imitate our behaviors forming their own negative body image. Our sons might begin to change how they view women, like almost everything else.
Standards of beauty are taught at first at home if we heard one of our children criticizing their bodies. The way we do it would feel like someone just ripped out our soul. We would immediately jump to their defense. We would negate anything negative. They said with all the positive, beautiful, wonderful truths we see in them, we’d go above and beyond to ensure they never had.
Another thought like that about themselves, not because we’re ridiculous, but because we see them for who they really are perfect in all their imperfections gorgeous in every way the same things they believe about us. So, let’s stop arguing with our children about the beauty they see within us. Let’S stop telling them they’re wrong for thinking we’re perfect just the way we are. Let’S stop inadvertently telling them. They too are flawed and need to change themselves.
Let’S start believing for ourselves. The same truths we speak to our babies, let’s see our imperfect valleys with their soft spots and extra rolls as home to our most precious people. Let’S appreciate our bodies for the life-giving Miracles. They are and release the outside world’s unrealistic idea of what perfect looks like in the eyes of our children. We are perfect and children don’t know anything but honesty and Truth until they learn different.
They don’t place value on body parts until we teach them to. So. Let’s stop: let’s love ourselves, the way we love our children and the way they love us in return. This baby has a big funny belly. A mom gave birth to a massive 6. 7 kilogram baby. Who was so huge. He went straight into clothes for a nine month old parents, Carrie and Tim patani of Arizona in the U.S knew they were expecting an unusually big baby. When doctors predicted, he would weigh around 6.
5 kilograms when he was born, but Finley was 6.37 kilograms when he was born nearly double that of the average weight of a newborn. The baby was the biggest that Carrie’s doctor has ever delivered in 27 years of practice, Kerry told Fox News. He was so big plus I had almost double the amniotic fluid to say I had a big baby belly and that I was absolutely completely uncomfortable. Isn’T enough?
At her last ultrasound nurses told her Finley appears to weigh 589 kilograms but insisted he probably didn’t actually weigh that much Kerry was scheduled to deliver the baby via C-section on October 5th, but things got hurried along at her checkup the day before when her Waters broke, my water broke on the scale, as I was getting weighed. So my scheduled C-section got moved up a day. She said she delivered at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center in Glendale, Arizona and insisted. She would do it all over again. If she had to Finley was a little celebrity at the hospital nurses and doctors were non-stop talking about him he’s quite tall too, at 23.
5 inches Carrie said as soon as they pulled him out. They’Re like oh, my gosh, that’s huge! Everybody was freaking out like I’ve. Never seen a baby that big, I can’t believe it so perfect and round in every way he’s. Definitely my squishy little honey bear Banner Thunderbird Medical Center only carried nappies for newborns, but Finley is already a size two, so they had to put in a special order for his size and the potomus family had to rush out for baby clothes in the size.
Six to nine months, Carrie said everything we had was entirely too small. Carrie and Tim had already welcomed two boys ten-year-old Devlin and two-year-old Everett via C-section, each weighing 3.7 kilograms and 5 kilograms, but both were small compared to little brother Finley. The average weight of a newborn is around 3.4 kilograms, but between 2.
9 and 45 kilograms is considered normal Finley had to spend eight days in the NICU before he went home. The real problem is that moms have been sleeping with babies and nursing them intermittently all night. Since the beginning of time, when we were living in caves and mud Huts, it probably was the safest way to protect the baby from predators and other dangers. There was one point in the NICU that he was with one of four babies and his weight was there three total altogether, so we were laughing at that Kerry said he’s such a good sweet baby. I’M so grateful everything ended up on such a positive side.
This article originally appeared on the sun and was reproduced with permission. Babies are not really in the real world, or perhaps they don’t realize that they’re already into the world that they’re meant for they still are really innocent enough to believe that they have been removed from the womb and presume they’re still inside this Assumption of them makes Them feel that they are still in their own little world where they do things that amuse them. They stare smile, pee and even sleep whenever they wish the only time they cry is when they are hungry or feel uncomfortable. In fact, a baby’s image is that of a blur until about 40 days, so much that it cannot even identify its mother. Quite interestingly, it connects to its mother only by her voice or her feel.
So once the baby realizes the world it’s been born into and the senses are fully developed, they smile play, respond and start identifying things. People think that by making fun of someone’s look body, culture, Behavior Etc makes them cool among their group. But no, it goes to show that how you have been brought up and what you actually are from inside people make fun of others. So they can feel a good about themselves. You don’t know what goes in others life why they are like that, why they behave and appears so what battle they are fighting on their own and by making fun of them.
You not only hardens their life but also keep adding guilt to your conscience. We chose nursing and co-sleeping, and for us that was the right choice.