5 Movies To Watch On Fatherhood This Father’s Day

Fathers are as much as important as a mother in a child’s life. Caring and upbringing of a child are said to be a two parents’ job. From the moment your partner visits the baby scan clinic and confirms her pregnancy your days of fatherhood starts too. It is understandable that you would feel anxiety, stress, excitement all at once. It is also common to feel clueless about what to do and what not to do once your baby arrives.

Movies have always played a huge role in everyone’s life. Sometimes, in the form of entertainment and sometimes in the form of inspiration, movies teach us a lot. This father’s day we have listed such a single father’s or clueless father’s movies, as a way of inspiration on how to be a great father.

Finding Nemo

One of the best movies on fathers and son, this is a movie not only for to-be-fathers but also for sons to bond with their fathers. Released in 2003, though it is an animated movie, the story is filled with a little bit of everything; heartbreak, fun, adventure, and a lot of family drama. When Nemo gets lost in the ocean and captured, his father goes on to a long adventurous journey to bring back his son. The film is a good example of showing the great lengths a father would go to protect his child.

The Kid

A classic Charlie Chaplin comedy movie of 1921, shows that you don’t have to give birth to a child to become a father. After a mother abandons her newborn son, Charlie Chaplin finds him. Though at first a bit reluctant, he decides to take him and raise him. Beneath the comedy, a lot of scary and realistic truths of life are shown, including the trauma of a child being abandoned.

Mrs. Doubtfire

After an unpleasant divorce, the father disguises himself as a female nanny to stay with his kids held in custody by his ex-wife. Released in 1993, as much as the movie is funny, it also shows the heartbreaking truth of how a couple’s divorce affects their kids.

Parenthood

Another classic of 1989, parenthood is a chaotic story filled with laughter. Gil Buckman makes a decent attempt to juggle his personal and professional life while managing the issues of his three kids. His stresses increase when he finds that his wife is pregnant once more. The movie is about a ton of parents and youngsters – four ages, from an old matron to a 3-year-old. Nearly everybody in this movie is both a kid and a parent, and a significant part of the film’s quality originates from the manner in which it sees every age in response to its folks’ thoughts of parenthood.

17 Again

In real life, you don’t get to have a do-over on becoming a good father. But that is exactly what happened in this 2009 released movie. Initially, Mike O’Donnell wishes that if he would be 17 again, he would choose his career over his then high school girlfriend, now separated wife and kids. But when he does become 17 again, he chooses to become a good father to his son and daughter. A comedy on fatherhood and his regrets, it is a prime example of how even a clueless father can always turn around and try to be an attentive father.

On this father’s day, you can watch these movies with your family and let us know which one you liked the best. Also, did any of the movies inspire you on parenting?

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4 Common Challenges Of IVF Conception And How To Overcome Them

Most women are lucky enough to become pregnant through natural conception. Even though natural conception tends to have some challenges and problems too but becoming pregnant through IVF conception is far more challenging. The chance factor and risk factors of pregnancy become tenfold. But before you read about the challenges in IVF conception you should know, what is IVF conceptions.

‘In Vitro Fertilization’ or commonly known as IVF is the process, where the fertilization of an egg and sperm is done outside the body, in a petri dish in a baby scan clinic. The resulting embryos are then transplanted in the uterus. This process is mainly done in cases of infertility. As it is a bit complicated process there are many challenges in this. Lets see what are these.

Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

During the IVF process, the doctors might inject hormone medication to vitalize the eggs in the ovaries. Too many injectable hormones can result in swelling and pain in the ovaries. It also causes too much weight gain, vomiting, and breathing problems. There are three stages to OHSS, and they are mild, moderate, and severe. If someone is suffering from severe OHSS, it can become life-threatening. It can cause kidney failure, ovary torsion, miscarriages, and sometimes even termination of pregnancy. It can be prevented if you don’t take hormone medicine or use it in the mildest form.

Egg retrieval procedure complications

After the ovaries stimulation, the eggs become ripened in 10 to 14 days. This is a very critical time as the eggs should be retrieved with utmost care. The eggs are then retrieved by a needle with the help of an ultrasound. So always try to go to the best ultrasound baby scan clinic. If any kind of mistake is made then it can lead to heavy bleeding from ovaries and the neighboring organs. It can also lead to, albeit rarely, to pelvic infection.

Ectopic Pregnancy

If an embryo gets instilled anywhere outside the uterus, it is called Ecotopic pregnancy. This mostly happens in the fallopian tube. 3-5% of women who go through the IVF process ends up with ectopic pregnancy. But it is totally a chance factor and there are no scientific explanations as to why this happens. If the baby keeps growing in the fallopian tube it can become a life risk to both the mother and the child. So it is necessary to have a 4D baby scan and terminate the pregnancy if needed.

Ovarian Cancer

Even though there is no scientific proof, but it is said that women conceiving through IVF process are more likely to get ovarian cancer. Also, some say that the risk of ovarian cancer is increased due to infertility.

There are also other risks like multiple births, pre-term births, birth defects, etc. But keeping the risk factors aside if you follow the instructions of a good doctor IVF can work wonders.
In case you too are seeking some assistant reproductive technique, you need to be patient as it might require a couple of attempts to make it happen.

5 Ideas On How To Give Your Baby A Special Name

When you are expecting a baby, there are so many things that you wish and plan to do before he or she arrives. Apart from taking care of your physical and mental health and the baby’s health, through an ultrasound baby scan, there are a lot more decisions that are needed to be taken to welcome your baby.

One such decision is finding the perfect name for your child. The first and foremost step to name your baby should be to know the gender of the baby. You can go to Milton Keynes gender scan clinic to learn the same. If you already know the gender but have no idea what kind of name to bestow upon your baby then here are some ideas.

Don’t be a clićhe:

One of the most common thing parents do is to name the child after their favorite actor, actress or sometimes even politicians. Now, as much as these names could turn out to be classy, but most of the times your child might grow up to be the butt of their friend’s jokes. So unless you can’t think of any other names try to avoid clićhe names.

Be gender specific:

It’s true that choosing unisex names are less overwhelming, but you should always go for the gender-specific name. Find a name that is beautiful and elegant if it’s a girl and cute but also cool if it’s a boy.

Mix names:

Blending two names can be fun too. In most cases, the parents are unable to narrow it down to one particular name. If you already have one name picked out then it’s very much possible your partner has another favorite. The best solution would be to mix and match and make a beautiful or cool name. You can even mix and match both of your name or both of your’s parents’ name.

Go for unique names:

A lot of the times kids end up with very common names. There are always too many Matthews, Lukes, Emily or Emma around us. You might want to give a name that not much people have heard of. But you also need to draw the line before you go overboard with uniqueness. You can always consult a dictionary for uncommon names with good and deep meanings.

Follow your culture:

If you have any kind of traditional name in your family don’t think twice to follow it. You can always keep your culture in mind while searching for a name whether you are Christian or Jewish.

However, there is no perfect way to pick the best name for them, so have fun while picking them. But start with a gender scan clinic to determine which road to lead towards.