Newborn baby stuns doctors by holding her own bottle (in the UK)
A baby girl has amazed doctors with her ability to hold her own feeding bottle. Two-week-old Ammra was able to grasp her bottle alone just three days after she was born at Queen’s Hospital, Romford in Essex, her mother Onyi Chiedozie said.The 20-year-old, who is using a combination of breast and bottle feeding, said doctors and nurses were stunned by the baby’s ability to master her strong grip so soon after she was born.
this baby is gonna be a brain surgeon when she’s like 10
For people who are like big deal, she held a cup.
My nephew didn’t hold a bottle till he was like one. Most babies don’t know how to process gravity or the concept of if you grip the bottle it stays close to you where you can suckle it and if you tilt it back the liquid is accessible and it’s a lot to process for a baby okay.
This baby is way ahead in neuromuscular and cognitive development. She’s one of the xmen probably, it’s really amazing, the equivalent of a baby saying it’s first word at 2 months old ok it’s really amazing
This baby looks like it’s gonna have a drinking problem when it grows up.
Inverness to Loch Eriboll by Ka
First off, the route I drove can be found here. The weather was awful, it was cold, windy and very rainy. Most of the things I’d loaded in the car were wet and my water bottle also leaked on the passenger seat of the car. I hadn’t driven the car before so it was difficult at first to drive it smoothly and to change gears so I was just hoping I didn’t end up in a lake to round everything off.
The drive was more enjoyable as I left the city and got on to the main road. The wind and rain got worse but the thought of being in a completely new place, driving a new car and being on an adventure made it all okay. The roads were open and the views were once again stunning. There were areas with a huge incline which led to me being on top of a mountain (or a large hill) and driving through a cloud, where the visibility was limited to about 100 meters, and there were also long, flowing bends in the road which were fun to drive through as well.
Everything was going well until I reached the single-track road Google Maps warned me about. Driving in such weather was difficult enough on a road with two lanes, it got even harder when there was just one bumpy lane with drivers coming the other way. I’d never driven on such roads before which is why I ended up driving the car into a large puddle the first time I encountered an oncoming car. It was down to my stupidity as I was going at about 60 mph, not looking far enough down the road and expecting cars coming at me and was in a position to suddenly move out of the way while braking hard. I felt a heavy bump and hoped that I hadn’t damaged the car. After getting out in the rain and checking all around the car I found no damage, luckily, and decided to take a more conservative approach on that road from then on.
The single-track road lasted for about 40 miles, all the way up to and past my destination in fact. But the more I drove on it, the more I enjoyed it. One thing I didn’t enjoy were the foreign drivers who would often pull over to the ‘wrong’ side of the road when letting me past, which caused confusion.
However, after a 3+ hour drive, some photos and some stops to admire the scenery, I’d made it to the farm where I’d be staying.
I forgot to mention, the area was full of cows and sheep. Lots and lots of sheep and their cute little lambs.
Here are some photos from the journey.