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Name Howard - Meaning and origin

Name Howard - Meaning and origin

You were expecting a girl and it's a boy, disappointed?

There are those who, from their earliest childhood, are very clear that when they grow up they will have a girl, indeed, they may even have the chosen name. These expectations or desires that we generate accumulate and, at times, are so strong that if, when the time comes, not a girl is born, but a boy, it is a huge frustration and even an upset.

As much as we say "as long as he comes healthy, whatever it is", there are those who do not dare to confess that they feel disappointed because they expected a girl and it is a boy. How to deal with these emotions?

If you want to know the sex of the baby during pregnancy, you will have to wait until week 12 of pregnancy, since until then the genital organs are not fully appreciated. Even if in that ultrasound the baby is calm and cannot be seen well, you could have to wait until ultrasound at week 20 of pregnancy. That is the one that does not give rise to doubts, in general, because there has always been some surprise.

Those 12 or 20 weeks can be endless until you know the sex of the baby, especially if you are one of those who does not like intrigues. But also, if when the desired moment finally arrives, the ultrasound machine pronounces what you never wanted to hear: "it's a boy." That's when you stop listening to anything else, all your dreams of playing food, making pigtails and buying flowery dresses disappear in one fell swoop; and his smile is frozen.

Don't worry, you are not the first, nor the only one. There are many mothers who are disappointed in knowing the sex of the baby, they may even feel angry and disappointed. And those negative emotions also make them feel bad because the disappointment is centered in the being that grows inside, in the future baby. What to do before this avalanche of emotions?

- Do not get carried away by the feeling of guilt: and much less because of the opinions of other mothers who tell you that having a child, whatever sex, is the best thing in the world. You already know that. First of all, in pregnancy, hormones make emotions or feelings feel much more intense. We can go from joy to sadness in less than a second. And, if your whole life you have wanted a girl and a boy comes, it is normal that you feel disappointed. This does not mean that you will love him as you have never loved anyone.

- Do not cancel the emotions: If you are sad or disappointed, do not try to cancel it. Talk to your partner about how you feel and bring out your fears. Sometimes many women think that they will not be good mothers of children since they will not know how to play or talk with them. You will be a good mother whenever you want to be and your child will enjoy and learn with you.

- Let time pass: It is normal for you to continue to feel disappointed for a few days, but as your pregnancy progresses, you will feel the excitement of meeting your baby again. You will get excited buying clothes, even if they are not dresses, feeling him inside your belly will awaken again that illusion that you think you have lost.

- When a few years go by and you have your little one running and laughing around your house, it may cross your mind that you also wanted to have a girl but, you will no longer be able to consider life without him and it will have filled so many gaps that your male child will be your greatest illusion.

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If she grows up with a mobile phone, she doesn't learn patience or perseverance

If she grows up with a mobile phone, she doesn't learn patience or perseverance

Media conferences learn that children spend too much time in their youth, and in many cases adults have no idea how much harm they do to their children.

If you grow up with a cellphone, don't learn patience, perseverance (photo: iStock)Qubit reported on a media conference held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in early October. Key messages of the conference:
  • not only parents of older generations, but also the first generation of digital natives are no better able to handle the media and internet use of today's children
  • It is цsszefьggйs today уvodбsok йs kisiskolбsok okoseszkцz-hasznбlata йs viselkedйsproblйmбi kцzцtt: children tцbbnyire situations hasznбlnak smartphones jбtйkokat, nйznek cartoons, which tьrelmet, kitartбst or йpp would have to learn the szьksйgleteik kielйgнtйse irбnti vбgyuk kйsleltetйsйt (eg during medical rendelхben valу vбrakozбs. evening sleep)
  • therefore, we do not underestimate these abilities (patience, perseverance, demonstration), but these are essential
  • media use in families has ceased to exist, instead, media outlets are operating, and different ages use the web to their liking
  • smart devices are becoming a part of children's daily lives as they grow older
  • parental media, media processing of consumed media has disappeared
  • socialities are not between children and parents, but between people
  • classical cultural socialization is overwhelmed, children at a very young age take information and media consumption habits from one another and not from their parents.
  • Generation Y (members of the born generation between 1981 and 1995) are intensive users of the Internet themselves, and measure their use, how-to, and content as models for their children. But they put an unwanted model on the kids, instead of struggling, they develop addiction in their own children
  • at the turn of the millennium, Hungarian adolescents spent up to a quarter of an hour daily using the internet, now reaching 5-6 hours a day
  • if we set up a daily penny in the internet or block children from certain content, we will not have a positive effect in the long run. Instead, we should use our behavior to help children in the Internet world
  • children often do not realize that their actions in virtual space can have some real consequences
  • Responsibility is shared between parents and educators, especially the others.
In the inquiry section, this last problem was raised, according to Peter Edvi, president of the Hungarian Association of Children's Rescue Service, that children have cell phones in their bosom, not human, nor professional, but parents. Today's children also need parents to be present, to play games, to play, as they are with fewer generations, Edvi said. For example, he mentioned people working in the Silicon Valley in California: their kids don't get smart devices until the age of 14.
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