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Winter is cold and crafts are a good way to keep your elves busy at home! Quickly discover our ideas to tinker with family and make a cozy winter. Winter crafts to warm your heart Olaf in sock Little skiers ... Penguin baby comforter Puppet snowman Snake-sock Penguin puppet Bird feeder Snowman Green man Socksmen Penguin on the ice floe Winter lanterns Snow monster Malicious kittens Ice race Salt dough workshop Christmas crafts To discover:
Too cute pastel duo slippers with their small flange closed by a mother-of-pearl button. They are presented in the March 2009 issue of Enfant Magazine. We propose them in pink and blue but why not decline them on all the tones. Sizes Birth at 3 months (3 to 6 months) Supplies Phildar knitting yarn, quality "Phil Coton 3" (100% cotton): 1 pel.
And hic! and hoc! Your baby has regular hiccups. An annoying habit that worries you. Rest assured, this phenomenon due to a spasmodic contraction of the diaphragm is common in babies. What is hiccup? It is a spasmodic contraction of the diaphragm - the muscle that separates the thorax from the abdomen - after a sudden absorption of an excess of air.
Mime the wolf, and your toddler curls up under the sheets. Reassure yourself, be afraid ... he loves! Especially when the wolf is finally punished! Fill up on books that put in a situation your favorite animal ... Our selection. Click on Diaporama to see our selection Agnès Barboux © Enfant Magazine To discover:
See the slideshow The effects of stress on the body and the psyche can change the hormonal balance and disrupt fertility. Yoga would help reduce this level of stress, thus increasing the chances of getting pregnant. To read also> A baby ... when I can! > How to calculate your date of ovulation> Put all the chances on your side with the fertility calendar Special file "I want a baby!
Pregnancy is accompanied by a lot of small sores: nausea, reflux ... and sometimes stomach ache too. If these are in most cases not serious for your health and that of your baby, it should not be minimized. The advice of Anna Roy, midwife. Stomachache, do you have to worry?