Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

Even during pregnancy, women begin to attach importance to superstition and prejudice. The desire to protect your future baby from all sorts of misfortunes and bad weather has a strong influence on the emotional state of a woman. And with the advent of the baby, belief in signs increases even more.

The fact that some young mothers believe in national signs and superstitions, in fact, there is nothing bad. After all, after all, many signs were invented for a reason. Every superstition or omen has its own interpretation. Let's see what signs should be believed and which ones should not be believed.

1. A child cannot be shown to strangers for up to 40 days, or they will jinx it.This belief is connected with the fact that it was precisely in 40 days that special church rituals were conducted over mother and baby. From a medical point of view, there are also explanations for this superstition: in the first month of birth, it is recommended not to have contact with a large number of people in order to avoid infection with infectious diseases.

2You can not cut the hair of a child up to a year - otherwise he will grow up poor. You also can not cut your nails up to a year, the child will grow up a thief.It is believed that hair and nails have strong mystical properties and affect the fate of a person. But not many mothers are able to comply with these superstitions at the present time, since it is difficult to imagine a child with sloppy long hair and nails.

3. You can not swing or carry the stroller without a childhe will fall asleep badly.It used to be thought that the devils unnoticeably put their child into the empty carriage, so the child would not sleep well in this case. There is nothing wrong with the fulfillment of omens, just think about the wheelchair, it will be more whole. And why should it be pumped at all unnecessarily?

4. You can not breastfeed a child in front of strangers, and then the milk will disappear.This sign is rather doubtful, but many people are simply shocked by women who breastfeed their children in public places. Therefore, to avoid gossip, when breastfeeding in public places, cover the breast and the baby with a light handkerchief.

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    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

    Signs and superstitions: 12 myths about newborns

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