Moms’ Facts That Make Them Real-Life Superheroes

Moms are angels sent to make everything miraculous around their kids. Their DNA changes, too. Here are some facts about mothers.

Moms are real-life superheroes! Their lives become different, and their DNAs also change. It literally changes after being a mother. Everything that surrounds them has another meaning and purpose.

Imagine a woman that besides being an individual with a personal life, is now a mother to one or more kids and has to take care of them. Motherhood makes you stronger! There is nothing like mother’s love!

1. Being a mother changes you and your DNA too.

Each child a mother carries leaves their DNA in her body. Fetal cells that enter a mother’s body stay in her bloodstream forever. Researchers say that it can affect the mother positively or negatively. It can speed up healing but also can increase the risk of cancer. Being a mother changes the woman.

2. Babies taste what the mother eats.

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Whatever the mother eats, it flavors the amniotic fluid. Because babies can gulp the fluid several times a day, they can also taste the food. A study showed that babies whose mothers ate carrots enjoyed cereals with carrot juice more than other infants.

3. Kissing babies is medicinal.

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Kissing babies is the cutest thing. Even moms can’t help themselves. Science says that when mothers kiss their babies, it becomes medicinal. When kissing the baby, the mother’s body gets the pathogens from the baby’s face, and it helps with her breastmilk, and not only.

4. Pregnant women produce lots of estrogens.

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The pregnant woman’s uterus expands up to 500 times its normal size. The blood volume increases, and the levels of estrogen go higher. That is why pregnant women feel tired and need recovery for e healthy delivery.

5. A mom’s smile is calming!


Moms are angels sent to make their kids’ lives better. Their love and affection are magical.

Studies show that a mom’s smile is calming to the baby. Their heartbeats synchronize, and everything else falls into place. That is why babies want their mothers when they are distressed.

6. Women expecting boys can be more nauseous.

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I did not know this, but a study shows that moms who carry boys are more prone to being nauseous in their first and second trimesters.

Women who expect girls can have morning sickness too, but those who will give birth to boys are more nauseous.

7. Babies name their mamas.

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Babies name their moms. Yes. Their first vocalizations sound like ’em’. It’s an international pattern when it comes to mothers. “Ma, mami, mama, emi, ama” are some of the first babblings of a baby.

8. Brain fog is real.

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The pregnancy affects a woman’s brain and makes her lose gray matter. It lasts around 2 years, but science says it makes mothers closer to their babies. Grey matter makes moms feel confused, forgetful, etc.

9. A mother’s voice is as soothing!

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A study has shown that a mother’s voice is soothing. When feeling stressed, your mom’s voice will calm you down faster and flood oxytocin into your bloodstream.

10. Babies can cry in the womb.


The in-vitro crying is real. Babies can silent-cry in their wombs before crying post-birth. They can express displeasure by exhibiting crying-like behavior inside the womb. Researchers say that it is nothing a mother should worry about.

11. Tooth decay might be more present after pregnancy.


Pregnant women are more prone to tooth decay. The changes in diet during the pregnancy, alongside the hormones, causing nausea, can lead to more acidity in their mouths. That makes their teeth more vulnerable to gum disease or decay.

12. Milk bottles date back to 7,000 years ago.

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The earliest milk bottle use dates back to 7,000 years ago. Researchers found clay vessels with milk residue in them. They identified them as prehistoric feeding bottles for babies.

13. The Ice Age = More nutritious breast milk

During the last Ice Age, scientists believe that mothers’ genetics transformed to transmit vitamin D and fatty acids to their newborns, considering the cold and lack of sunshine.

14. Pregnancies can be contagious!


Uh… Yeah. Pregnancies can be contagious. A study in Germany conducted by more than 30,000 women indicated that pregnancy is contagious. The results said: “In the year after a colleague gives birth, transition rates to first pregnancies double.”

15. Most moms carry their babies on the left side.


Most moms carry their babies on the left side. Science says that it happens because the left side of the body is processed on the right side of the brain, where all emotions are.

Did you know any of them? Are you a mother? What has changed in your life after having kids? Tell us in the comments below.

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