Friday, 9 September 2011

Luxury Leather Baby Changing Bags; great gifts for mums-to be!


According to the government’s births statistics, most babies are born in September and November. 

If you’re looking for a special gift around this time, you can’t go far wrong with a luxury leather baby changing bag. Catwalk Collection makes a classic baby changing bag in jet black which is currently on Special Offer at just £89.95. Each luxury leather baby bag comes with a changing mat and there are plenty of pockets and compartments to store bottles, bibs, nappies and toys. A kitty cat patterned inner lining adds an adorable finishing touch.


Naming The Baby!

When it comes to the name game, it appears that fathers might as well keep their opinions to themselves, as according to a recent survey by Bounty Parenting Club, four out of ten mothers disregard the views of the father during the process of choosing a name for their new born.

The survey also revealed that the average couple considers twelve different names before settling on a final choice. However, one in four couples won't make their final decision until after the baby is born. Despite the current trends, a quarter of parents pick a name they selected when they themselves were children. A fifth of new parents named the baby after their favourite colleague or friend, while 37 per cent included a family name. Four in ten people took into account names approved by grandparents and 52 per cent avoided names of all their own friends and children.

Somewhat sadly, a third of couples actually fall out over their new baby’s name. As well as finding a name both partners like there are still loads of other factors parents have to take into consideration when choosing a name such as nicknames, what children may later be called in the playground and how first name will sound against the surname. Fifteen per cent of mothers fell out with a friend from whom they copied or stole a name they liked.

Unbelievably, one in ten parents end up drawing names out of a hat and a further 14 per cent toss a coin. For the babies of really indecisive parents, they remained nameless for an average of 11 days.
Even if a name is decided upon, the problems don’t end there. 17 per cent of couples fell out after one of them actually registered the baby with a different name to the one agreed or simply misspelt it on the birth register.


The Weird and The Wonderful in Baby Names!

Apple: Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin
Aurelius Cy: Elle Macpherson and Arpad Busson
Blue Angel: U2's The Edge and Aislinn O'Sullivan
Bluebell Madonna: Geri Halliwell
Buddy: Jamie and Jools Oliver
Calico: Alice and Sheryl Cooper
Camera: Arthur Ashe and Jeanne Moutoussamy
Destry: Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw
Fifi Trixibell: Bob Geldof and Paula Yates
Fuchsia: Sting and Frances Tomelty
Gulliver: Gary Oldman and Donya Fiorentino
Harper Seven: David and Victoria Beckham
Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily: Paula Yates and Michael Hutchence
Hopper: Sean Penn and Robin Wright
Princess Tiaamii: Jordan and Peter Andre
Saffron Sahara: Simon and Yasmin Le Bon
Sage Moonblood: Sylvester Stallone and Sasha Czack
Satchel: Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee
Shiloh Nouvel: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Sparrow: Nicole Richie and Joel Madden
Suri: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes
Tallulah: Bruce Willis and Demi Moore
Zola Ivy: Eddie Murphy and Nicole Mitchell

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