You are a defender or against the so-called " in children? The subject is controversial among mothers, fathers and educators, so scientists at the University of Texas and the University of Michigan, both in the United States, have decided to investigate in depth the real impact of this practice. thousand children, collected over 50 years.
When children leave home, it is common for parents to feel the strangeness of the empty nest. But the new phase is more conducive to finding time to devote to new hobbies and amusements. A survey carried out in European countries has detected a drop in the quality of life of these parents when the children decide to return home.
The so-called "Parto Leboyer" was created by French physician Frederick Leboyer in the early 1970s in France. Leboyer was the first to give due importance to the baby and the bond between mother and newborn at birth. His ideas were based on instigating doubts: "is it a pleasant experience to be born?
Celebrating Christmas along with the arrival of a baby in the family is synonymous with great joy and, of course, moments like this deserve to be registered. Therefore, many parents hire professionals to carry out photographic essays called newborn, made when the baby is still newborn. These babies, born close to December 25, have won a thematic essay inspired by Christmas and the result, as you can see below, is very cute!
Food is very important for the growth of children and the more nutrients, the better! "Among the most important nutrients at this stage are carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins A and C, iron, zinc and calcium," explains nutritionist Helen Lopes, specializing in nutrition in childhood and adolescence at the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp) Girl plays with two slices of orange instead of her eyes - "Photo: Getty Images" However, even though variety is the key, some foods alone can guarantee these nutrients and are indispensable in the children's menu.
All of us, at some point in our lives, must face various obstacles during our journey and in some cases they may seem impossible to cross. However, giving up may not be the best choice and if you're looking for motivation, this is the place to go. By knowing stories of others who have overcome their problems, it is easier to find the strength to face our own fears and difficulties.
Watching a movie at home is an excellent option to enjoy that hot moment together with your mother. Do not know which programming to choose to accompany the popcorn? We help you: see below the recommendations of movies and series, specially selected by My Life, for you to enjoy playing on the sofa: 1.
You know that movie scene where the couple is in kitchen in the morning, give a passionate kiss? one makes the pancakes while the other prepares the orange juice and the two put the table together? So it's not quite the way things happen. What happens is that in real life, we have time to go to work, one prefers to have coffee at home, another loses time.
Marriage is a step that brings a lot of news and learning. Surprises can be noticed early on. After all, daily living shows in the purest and most genuine way the person you really married is, without disguises or touch-ups. And it is in the most trivial moments that you will find teachings for the coming years of unity.
A 10-year-old boy saved two lives when his mother unexpectedly went into labor in the family bathroom in the family home. August 11. Despite the desperation of the moment, Jayden Fontenot helped the woman give birth to Brother Daxx. The story occurred in Louisiana, United States, when Ashley Moreu, 36, began to give signs that she would give birth almost six weeks earlier than expected by doctors, delivery was scheduled for September 20 only.
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