Well it has been 19 months since I have been privileged to read the ‘fun facts Libra pads’ share with the female race once a month.
After the grand arrival of my periods after 19 months, post pregnancy and birth of my baby, I was relieved to see their return. I feel normal again! However I was the tiniest bit disappointed as I was hoping I was going to be some ‘super’ women and not get them until I fully weaned my baby from breastfeeding and get a full 12 months without them post baby.
After being totally unsure of what to even expect when they returned I was pleasantly surprised how easy the return of my periods turned out. Returning Wednesday morning when I woke, only because my daughter had woken up and wanted a feed, they came totally random and unexpected (as I had no clue when, where or how they would would return). The first day or 2 were very light and as the days passed they became a little heavier BUT no heavier than an average period. Then again the final day or two they became light again. They lasted 4-5 days.
20 Fun Facts That May Help You Next Time You Play Trivia:
- Did you know your nipples are in line with your ears? (How many of you checked?)
- A person living to 75 years of age will have slept almost 23 years of their life- or about 220,000 hours. (How many hours behind are you?)
- Most newborns cry without tears until they are three to six weeks old.
- Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
- By age sixty, most people have lost half of their taste buds.
- Ever wondered about why you’re so ticklish? A tickle sensation is your body’s reflex warning to something that may potentially hurt you.
- The only part of your body you can tickle yourself is the roof of your mouth ( Try it, this really works).
- The Beatles used the word “love” in songs 613 times throughout their career.
- Crocodiles are colour blind.
- A Crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
- Female elephants produce only one offspring every five years.
- The average cob of corn has eight hundred kernels arranged in sixteen rows.
- Organ transplant recipients can often take on similar traits to that of the organ donor.
- There are 450 types of cheese in the world, 250 come from France.
- The penguin is the only bird that can swim but not fly.
- A cat has 32 muscles in each ear!!
- The average person will consume 50 tonnes of food and 45,000 litres of water in a lifetime.
- The oyster is usually ambisexual. It begins life as a male and becomes a female. It may go back and forth many times.
- French Fries are originally from Belgium.
- A newborn hedgehog starts to get it’s spines within 24 hours of birth.
By Clare at Relaxed Parenting