Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Baby menstruation is a thing, and it’s just normal.
So if you find blood in your few days baby’s diapers, don’t freak out thinking her kidneys have exploded.
2. Scam City a Travel info-documentary series about possible scams and Frauds you might face visiting other cities.
3. When you ask to speak to a manager when calling any sort of customer service line often times you’ll just be transferred to the “Escalation Department”.
They don’t have any more power than a regular employee the only difference is that they have more training in dealing with upset customers and get paid more.
4. Nursemaid’s elbow, a common dislocation of the elbow in toddlers that can be fixed with a simple method.
If a toddler is acting like they have a sprained wrist any time shortly after being picked up by the hands or swung by their wrists, nursemaid’s elbow is highly likely.
Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nursemaid%27s_elbow
Simple instructions to fix it: http://mileskimoments.blogspot.com/2009/06/nursemaids-elbow-do-it-yourself-fix-it.html
5. The difference between queue, que, and cue.
These 3 words are often confused and have distinct meanings completely unrelated to each other.
A queue is essentially a line or items organized in an order. When you’re shopping and have to get in line to check out, that’s a queue. Queues typically are serviced in first in, first out (FIFO) order (the first person in line is the first to be serviced, etc).
Que is the Spanish word for “what.”
A cue is a marker or direction for an action. In the film, a director will give his actors cues, or in music, a cue is a signal for some type of shift/change in the song. A cue can also be the stick used in billiards.