No. Our boy will be a Leo, according to the horoscope, but the title issue is related to something completely different.
Fortunately, I’m not the only one who’s wondering if the unborn child may be a fish? Completely logical thinking, given that it spends nine months in the liquid.
Let’s solve this mystery once and for all!
Fetus in the womb actually implements a movement similar to breathing, but it’s only deceiving us. The lungs are filled with liquid, seemingly breathing is only a training and a process of maturation of the lungs so that they will be used to breathe Kranj’s air.
Mom is the one who takes care of the child’s oxygen supply through the umbilical cord and the placenta. Just before birth, the fluid level in the infant’s lungs begins to decrease. The baby at birth coughs out the rest of the liquid and begins to breathe independently, surely more reliable than the fish on the dry.
This is also one of the reasons why some infants don’t cry right after they are born. Not all of them always know that fluid isn’t necessary anymore and that they can cough out the rest of the mucus, and prepare their lungs for uncontrolled screaming.