PARENTHOOD is scary. No mum just knows what to do for the first time.It’s a lot of trial and error, making do and a LOT of Google searches.Every mum wants to understand everything about their little one, to make sure they give them the best possible start in life, but what sort of questions are they asking?The Search Laboratory looked at some of the most commonly used searches for expectant and new mums.They found that a simple phrase like “parenting tips” gets around 8,100 hits a month, while the more emotive phrase “how to be a good parent” sees 2,400 monthly searches on average.They also found that expectant mothers were concerned about some more specific queries.Using Google’s Autocomplete function they discovered that common questions include: “Will my baby be ginger?”, “What if my baby is born ugly?” and “Why is my bump cold?”They also found that new mothers also had some interesting questions for the search engine.One of the common searches was “Why is my baby’s poo green?”, as well as “Why doesn’t my baby blink?” and “Why is my baby so windy?”Sarah Redshaw, Managing Editor of Babycentre.co.uk, said: “Because search is an anonymous action, you really can look for any… Read full this story
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