History Main / ThreeMonthOldNewBorn

11th Feb '16 12:55:49 PM Pichu-kun
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* If the third ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'' movie is anything to go by, the title character was born with a full head of hair. * ''Manga/KodomoNoKodomo'' has some of the kids get to look at a baby that was just born at a family clinic. Said baby is squeaky clean and is perfectly capable of opening its eyes.
6th Feb '16 4:00:54 PM DrOO7
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* The newest Creator/NicholasSparks movie ''The Choice'' offers an ''animal'' version of this. When the heroine's dog gives birth, the three puppies are seen are clearly ''not'' newborn pups, looking and acting far more like 8-week olds--eyes open, teeth, etc.
24th Jan '16 6:04:23 PM nombretomado
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* A subversion in Chapter 13 of the ''{{Superjail}}'' fanfic ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8803490/1/Extended-Stay Extended Stay]]'' when the Warden and the Mistress's twins are born. Sure, they had umbilical cords, but there was no mention of them being covered in blood or other fluids for that matter.
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* A subversion in Chapter 13 of the ''{{Superjail}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' fanfic ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8803490/1/Extended-Stay Extended Stay]]'' when the Warden and the Mistress's twins are born. Sure, they had umbilical cords, but there was no mention of them being covered in blood or other fluids for that matter.
7th Jan '16 4:24:07 PM eroock
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->''We had lots of babies offered in the beginning -- all the way from Eugene Sloper who was so new he was still red, up to Junior Caudill who was almost four (his mother said he could scrunch up).''
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->''We ->''"We had lots of babies offered in the beginning -- all the way from Eugene Sloper who was so new he was still red, up to Junior Caudill who was almost four (his mother said he could scrunch up).''"''
28th Dec '15 6:49:39 PM Katsuhagi
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* A bizarre case overlapping with real life that also showed RealityIsUnrealistic in 2004 when Bobbie Jo Stinnett was murdered by Lisa L. Montgomery and had [[TraumaticCSection her baby crudely cut from her womb]], with Montgomery claiming the baby was hers and taking her home. When investigators arrived at Montgomery's home and saw the infant, they noticed that the day-old baby's head was round and not conical, which was an indication that the child had not been delivered vaginally, as Montgomery claimed. This is because a newborn's skeleton is mainly formed by cartilage (the flexible structure in your nose or ears), rather than bone. And being pushed out of a vagina puts a fair bit of pressure on the infant's skull, resulting in a distinctive shape that usually takes a while to disappear.
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* A bizarre case overlapping with real life that also showed RealityIsUnrealistic in 2004 when Bobbie Jo Stinnett was murdered by Lisa L. Montgomery and had [[TraumaticCSection her baby crudely cut from her womb]], with Montgomery claiming the baby was hers and taking her home. When investigators arrived at Montgomery's home and saw the infant, they noticed that the day-old baby's head was round and not conical, which was an indication that the child had not been delivered vaginally, as Montgomery claimed. This is because a newborn's skeleton is mainly formed by cartilage (the flexible structure in your nose or ears), rather than bone. And being pushed out of a vagina puts a fair bit of pressure on the infant's skull, resulting in a distinctive shape that usually takes a while to disappear. This, along with other evidence, allowed them to arrest Montgomery and return the baby to her real father.
25th Dec '15 7:24:55 PM MsChibi
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In fiction, birth is [[CleanPrettyChildbirth a much cleaner, nicer]] ([[ScreamingBirth but still painful for the mother]]) process, and in American films and TV shows, usually happens in a tent. The four-month-old tot pops out of his/her mommy as clean as whistle, gets bundled up, and is handed to Mommy (or possibly Daddy), looking around serenely. Don't expect this in real life, where a healthy newborn ''should'' actually be screaming and wailing loudly (as this indicates that they are breathing normally).
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In fiction, birth is [[CleanPrettyChildbirth a much cleaner, nicer]] ([[ScreamingBirth but still painful for the mother]]) process, and in American films and TV shows, usually happens in a tent. The four-month-old tot pops out of his/her mommy as clean as whistle, gets bundled up, and is handed to Mommy (or possibly Daddy), looking around serenely. Don't expect this in real life, where a healthy newborn ''should'' actually be screaming and wailing loudly (as this indicates that they are breathing normally). normally).[[note]] Although C-section and waterbirth babies do ''usually'' tend to start screaming a bit later, instead of right away like babies born the "normal" way, because they tend to take a little more time to process that their environment has changed.[[/note]]
25th Dec '15 7:22:31 PM MsChibi
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This can have [[TheCoconutEffect an unfortunate side effect]], due to the fact that RealityIsUnrealistic, making a person's first encounter with a real newborn possibly {{squick}}y. Real newborns aren't clean-looking gurgling bundles of cuteness. Real newborns are covered in mucus, blood, amniotic fluid, and other bodily substances, up to and including fecal matter. There is a chance they could be covered in a peach fuzz-like substance called lanugo (a remnant of when our ancestors were a lot hairier than we are now; most fetuses lose it before birth, but obviously, a few don't). Their skin will usually have a red hue to it as well and look somewhat "wrinkly", especially if they are considerably premature. On top of all this, most newborns have noticeably misshapen heads from the birth process, since their skulls aren't yet closed and their bones are very flexible[[note]]Babies delivered by caesarean section either do not have this, or it is far less pronounced[[/note]]. To say nothing of the placenta that should be popping out with the babe. Even newborns that have been cleaned up and are a couple days old are generally UglyCute at best. It's been said that all newborn babies look like WinstonChurchill.
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This can have [[TheCoconutEffect an unfortunate side effect]], due to the fact that RealityIsUnrealistic, making a person's first encounter with a real newborn possibly {{squick}}y. Real newborns aren't clean-looking gurgling bundles of cuteness. Real newborns are covered in mucus, blood, amniotic fluid, and other bodily substances, up to and including fecal matter. There is a chance they could be covered in a peach fuzz-like substance called lanugo (a remnant of when our ancestors were a lot hairier than we are now; most fetuses lose it before birth, but obviously, a few don't). They may also be covered in a waxy substance called vernix caseosum, which is basically just congealed skin oils, dead cells, and lanugo. Their skin will usually have a red hue to it as well and look somewhat "wrinkly", especially if they are considerably premature. On top of all this, most newborns have noticeably misshapen heads from the birth process, since their skulls aren't yet closed and their bones are very flexible[[note]]Babies delivered by caesarean section either do not have this, or it is far less pronounced[[/note]]. To say nothing of the placenta that should be popping out with the babe. Even newborns that have been cleaned up and are a couple days old are generally UglyCute at best. It's been said that all newborn babies look like WinstonChurchill.
3rd Dec '15 10:20:53 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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--> "Really? Well, have fun raising a kid named [=StinkyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]"
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--> "Really? Well, have fun raising a kid named [=StinkyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]"[=StinkyUglyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]"
3rd Dec '15 10:20:27 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Chad Daniels had this response to a couple who refused to choose a name for their baby, preferring to let their newborn'd beauty "inspire" them when it emerges from the womb:
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* Chad Daniels had this response to a couple who refused to choose a name for their baby, preferring to let their newborn'd newborn's beauty "inspire" them when it emerges from the womb:
3rd Dec '15 10:19:38 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Chad Daniels had this response to a couple who refused to choose a name for their baby, preferring to let their newborn "inspire" them when it emerges from the womb: --> ''Really? Well, have fun raising a kid named [=StinkyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]''
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* Chad Daniels had this response to a couple who refused to choose a name for their baby, preferring to let their newborn newborn'd beauty "inspire" them when it emerges from the womb: --> ''Really? "Really? Well, have fun raising a kid named [=StinkyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]''[=StinkyWrinklyPurplyShitty!=]"
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