1. Children are an important part of family life for many couples. Many nations are famous for their special attitude to children. For example, the Bashkirs woman during pregnancy has a special status: according to custom, all of her wants should be completed to ensure the birth of a healthy child. Children in Bashkir families are loved and rarely punished. Punishment based only on the indisputable authority of the head of the family. The Bashkir family, like the families of many nations, is based on traditional values: respect for elders, love for children, spiritual development and proper upbringing of children.
2. Uzengiden otkizy is Kazakh tradition according to which after 40 days of life of the newborn was carried out of horse's legs by a famous person like batyr, akyn, storyteller or biy. Parents asked the esteemed and revered man to conduct the tradition. A person released his right leg from the stirrup on the top of the horse, after which the baby, wrapped in diapers, was brought to him from the right side and carried under the buttonhole of the stirrup. The ceremony was ending with blessings from the owner of the horse. After the child had grown up, parents told him under whose stirrup he was carried out. This tradition helped to raise a conscious child to be responsible and beware of unworthy things.
3. The birth of a child is an important moment in the life of every family. Modern Uighurs saved all the rituals associated with the birth and upbringing of a child. According to custom, a woman gives birth to the first child in the mother's house. This tradition also has its origins from matrilocal marriage. 20-30 days before the birth of a child, mother of the young goes to the house of her son-in-law and asks permission "tilep elish" — to take her daughter. Mother is accompanied by relatives and friends with gifts.
After giving birth, all the care of the child and the young woman is carried by her mother. The birth of the next children and their "kirik suyi" takes place in the house of the child's father.
4. Beshik tui is an Uzbek tradition when a child is placed in the cradle for the first time. The tradition usually held on the 40th day of the baby's birth. On this day, the relatives of the newborn bring the cradle "beshik" with all the necessary accessories, food, sweets and toys. All offerings are wrapped in a festive tablecloth "dastarkhan". After that, the mother swaddles and puts the baby in the cradle under the supervision of adult women. And the guests go to see the baby. Traditionally, guests bless the child and shower the cradle with navat (grape sugar), parvarda (candy) and other sweets to make the child's life long, comfortable and happy.
5. Besikke salu is a traditional Kazakh ritual associated with the birth of a child. This solemn event arranged when the baby placed in the "Besik" — cradle-rocking chair. The ceremony of “Besikke salu" is one of the most important for the child and spend in a circle of honoured guests, relatives.