Cry Baby is a new website created by two British couples that allows parents to choose their baby’s unique baby name.
The two couples, Sarah and Mark, say their new website is a way to bring the joy of having a baby into the lives of parents of children with Down Syndrome.
“It’s a lot easier to express the emotions in a simple way, and it’s more natural to us to share them,” said Sarah, a fashion designer.
“It’s the same way we would want to express ourselves.
We love babies, and we want to share the joy we feel when they’re born.”
Mark added: “It makes the experience of being with a baby much more fulfilling.
It makes us feel a little bit more comfortable in our own skin and lets us know that we’re actually having a good time with the baby.”
The website features over 30 different baby names that can be selected by parents, and includes images and videos of each baby’s name.
For Sarah and her husband Mark, the site is a place where they can express their love and joy in a way that they didn’t feel with their babies.
“We love sharing our love and affection, and sharing it with our babies, so we decided to do something really special,” said Mark.
“We made this a little website where you could just type in the name of your baby and have the baby tell you their name, and then they’d say it.
That was really exciting for us.”
The couple say they plan to continue to make their baby names available to others through the website.
Sarah and Mark said they’re excited to be able to offer more options for parents to select from, as well as to share their love with their baby.
“The website really shows how much we love our children, and I think we’re all in this together,” said Sam.
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