In the Rivne region, a woman has set a new record for births
A resident of the village of Clay Rokytnivskiy district Svetlana Kovalevich gave birth to 19th child.
The boy was born on the birthday of his father Peter at Baptism. Older sisters called baby beach. Has a weight of 3 kg 930 grams and growth 62 see
At birth wife’s present husband. How to tell Rokitnovskiy Central regional hospital, he stood at the window, praying. When the son was born, the man began to cry for joy.
January 22, Svetlana Kovalevich will celebrate its 45th anniversary. She already has grandchildren.
The village of Clay is considered to be a record for the birth rate in Ukraine. Are 270 families with many children. This continuous baby boom local explain a special energy that comes from 100-year-old oak. According to legend, the tree generously with the children of all who touches it.
Earlier it was reported that in 2018, the Ukrainians were surprised by the originality in choosing a name for their children. So, the most popular in the Western part of Ukraine became Abel, Samuel, Nocando Solomon, Askold, Svitozar, Kaiser and Ilyas. Among the “exotics” – Bogdan, Makar, Maxim, Artem, Arseny, Timothy and Matthew.
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For girls I chose the following names: Sophia, Pauline, Eva, Maria, Olga, Anna, Victoria and Anastasia. Among rare names were: Dilar, Amalia, MIA, Diane, Correspondent, Dorian, Selenium, Nicoletta, Salih, Naomi and Clement.
In the Kiev region in the top names broke Maxim, Artem, Alexander, Dimitri, Sophia, Zlata and Maria. But of the few names met: Pharaoh, Mihwa, ruvin, Zlatozar, Svarog, Jeremiah, iris, Radan, Kataleya, the Wii, melody, Snowed and Accounting.
Note, according to the State statistics service, most families in Ukraine, childless, living in big cities and have their own housing . Their number, compared with the previous year, decreased by 51 thousand.
Recall that in the Lviv region, the family with seven children huddled in one room.
As reported Politeka, Ukrainians are becoming fewer because of the uncertainty in the future.
Also Politeka wrote, Ukrainian with seven children settled the mayor of the regional center.