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6 Evidence of How Emotional Mothers Can Be!

6 Evidence of How Emotional Mothers Can Be!

6 Evidence of How Emotional Mothers Can Be!

            

      

      

      

          

Milka, the most beloved chocolate in Romania, wants to give each year a special note for the winter holidays. This year, Milka launches the campaign "Pack every day in tendrils, this Christmas", by which it invites consumers to turn every December day into a magical day, waiting for Christmas.

"We wish that each day of this month, chocolate lovers will dedicate it to their loved ones, giving them the most tender gift they can give, namely their time and attention. In December there are many occasions that can be spent with loved ones to give them tenderness, friendship, smiles and good cheer: the joy of seeing together the decorative lights in the city, preparing the ice creams and waiting for Santa Nicolae, preparing culinary goodies, listening carols, choosing gifts, decorating the tree. Through this year's campaign, Milka reminds each of us that we can find the magic of Christmas with family, friends and loved ones throughout December, ”said Adina Ghituica, Jr. Brand Manager Milka SCE, Mondelez Romania.

For chocolate lovers, waiting for the winter holidays, Milka has created promotional packages - a combination of products to which a gift is added: a Milka metal box, where sweets, biscuits, candies or why not, can be stored, messages with tender thoughts for loved ones.

The message of the campaign is transmitted through the TV spot, which presents the story of a family who decides to give one of the children the magic of the Christmas holiday, even on a regular December day. The full version of the spot can be watched on the Youtube channel Milka Romania, and in Bucharest, it will run throughout the month, in the Unirii Square, within a special location.

Digitally, chocolate lovers are invited to access the website www.cadouritandre.ro, through which they can give, every day, tenderness and good will to their loved ones, through the tender gestures made available by Milka.

Consumers can give tenderness every day to their loved ones either through tender lyrics, or through tender memories, both decorated with gift wrapping paper. Moreover, the user can create his own paper model in which to tend with tenderness these tender gestures, which are sent to loved ones by e-mail and can be distributed through social networks.

In the shops, there will be activations dedicated to consumers, through which they will be able to win, when reaching a certain threshold of purchase of Milka products, seasonal prizes: wrapping paper gifts, Christmas balloons Milka, boxes Milka.

Also, in the main malls in the country, from Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Iasi and Timisoara, special areas will be set up in the month of gifts, where Milka invites consumers to pack the gifts of loved ones in holiday paper, adding a tender thought. . Through these activities, Milka aims to wrap the whole December in tenderness.

Milka's seasonal portfolio includes a wide range of surprises: beloved Santa Milka Christmas figurine; Milka Sweet Winter chocolate tablet 100gr; Milka assorted candy trees; Milka Snow Bites; Milka Snow Balls; Milka Chocolate Assorted Candies 144g; Milka Mix figurine 119g; Milka Oreo candy 86g.

Milka, one of the symbol brands of Mondelēz International, has conquered generations throughout the world, becoming the most recognizable chocolate brand since its launch in 1901 at Loerrach in Germany. At this moment, Milka chocolate is sold in over 15 countries. The success of Milka chocolate was also reflected in the 1.6% increase in market share (in value) * in the first half of 2016 vs. the same period of 2015.

* According to AC Nielsen

About Mondelēz International

Mondelēz International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDLZ) is a world leader in the snack industry, with pro forma revenues of over $ 30 billion. Creating delightful moments in 165 countries, Mondelēz International is a world leader in the biscuits, chocolate, chewing gum, candy and instant drinks segments, holding brands worth billions of dollars, such as Oreo, LU and Nabisco biscuits; chocolate Cadbury, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Milka; Trident chewing gum and Tang instant drink. Mondelēz International is listed on the Standard and Poor's 500, NASDAQ 100 and Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Visit www.mondelezinternational.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/MDLZ.

The brands in the portfolio of Mondelēz International company sold in Romania are: Milka, Poiana, Africana, LU Pepito, LU Pim's, Barni, OREO, Tuc, Belvita.

Name Cyprien - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name:

Greeks

Meaning of the name:

From the Greek kupris, "originating from the island of Cyprus".
In antiquity, Cyprus was the birthplace of Venus, the goddess of Love.

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The 16th century Flemish composer Cyprien de Rore, the French pianist Cyprien Katzaris ...

Saint Cyprian, bishop of Carthage in Tunisia, is one of the fathers of the Church. Born of a wealthy pagan family in the third century, he was a missionary and a theologian sentenced to death in 258.

His character :

Cyprien is a person who has a lot of dynamism and vitality. Courageous, he knows how to cope with adversity. His natural diplomacy also makes him the ideal person to mediate conflicts. Especially sociable and extrovert, naturally focused on communication, Cyprien also demonstrates a great aversion to routine and sloppiness.

Derivatives:

Cypris, Cyprille, Cyprian.

His party :

The Cyprien are celebrated on September 14th.

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In France, nearly two out of three women give birth under epidurals. And you, what did you choose for the birth of your baby? Have you given birth under epidural or have you planned if you are pregnant.

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Photos: Breastfeeding like you've never seen before

You may be familiar with the cradle or football hold for breastfeeding, but have you ever seen someone nurse while working out? How about on the operating table?

The Breastfeeding Project, a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing breastfeeding education and support to women in the Central Florida area and throughout the nation, has collected a series of "Extreme Nursing" images on their site.

Here is a look at the nursing pictures they've compiled thus far, which range from sweet to unusual, touching to tear-jerking:

Pit stop

No excuses

Sit up for let down

Snack time on the go

Inducing labor?

White water rafting break

Suck it, cancer!

"I was diagnosed with brain cancer in August 2010. I immediately had two brain surgeries in the following weeks. Working with the Lactation Consultants at the hospital, I was able to breastfeed my eighteen-month-old daughter through both surgeries and treatment. Nearly two now, we still have a healthy breastfeeding relationship!"

Multi-tasking tandem feeding

Inversion nursing

On the ferry

Tandem twins

Mom's gotta go!

Thanks for the footrest.

First feeding

"Here is a picture of me breastfeeding my fourth child during my c-section. I was still cut open on the operating table! They were in the process of stapling me back together. I demanded that I feed my daughter as soon as she took her first breath. They handed her to me and my husband within three minutes. It was amazing. Let your voice be heard - you do not have to wait to go into the recovery room to feed your newborn."

I spoke with The Breastfeeding Project about why they decided an "Extreme Nursing" photo gallery was a good addition to their page, and they explained:

The idea behind the extreme breastfeeding gallery was just to generate some excitement about breastfeeding and to have fun. We all had pictures of ourselves breastfeeding in funny or silly locations and we had all experienced the "breastfeeding gymnastics" that goes with breastfeeding a toddler.

We ran a competition in December 2011 where moms sent us their extreme breastfeeding pictures and then we had our fans vote for their favorite on Facebook. "Suck it Cancer" was the winner. We are planning to run a second competition this fall.

For more from The Breastfeeding project, including a look at the breastfeeding bags they're currently working on distributing to new moms, check out their web site and Facebook page.

I'm bowled over by the photo of the woman doing the 'plank' pose while breastfeeding, and the cancer photo had tears brimming in my eyes. While others are less 'extreme' and a few are just plain sweet, I'm a big fan of this gallery because as a new mom I was painfully shy about breastfeeding.

I wish I'd had more confidence to nurse whenever, wherever my child needed, rather than feeling confined to home or stressing out over having a place to hide should we be out in public. In hindsight, it seems sort of silly how uptight I felt about breastfeeding, but I really didn't know any better or see anyone doing it differently.

Photos shared with permission from The Breastfeeding Project

This post was originally published in June, 2013.

Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.

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One of the undisputed most successful players is Virgo Köklükaya. It's normal you haven't seen him in a long time, because he's raising his son, Ali. We heard the motherhood adventures of Başak Köklükaya, who gave her first interview with her 22-month-old son, and a very enjoyable interview came out.You haven't seen you in a long time, what are you doing?

After learning that I was pregnant with Ali and from my birth, I started living a little isolated. By isolated, it didn't mean hiding or closing. I just wanted to live this time more calm, peaceful and enjoying.How many years after marriage did you decide to have a baby?We married Mehmet in 2003, but before that we had a long relationship. In 2011, Ali was born. My wife wanted to have children more than I do, and she's pretty good with kids. But I couldn't afford it. Maybe I was terrified of being responsible. Because we have a spontaneous and unplanned life; one evening during a chat and the next day we decided to travel by car is too much.

How did you know you were pregnant?In 2010 we opened a restaurant in America. When I was there, I became very emotional and turned into an unhappy woman crying for everything. Meanwhile, I noticed a mass in my chest. I immediately called my doctor, who told me to wait for a while, sometimes hormones can cause such temporary things. A wolf fell into me and I decided to do a pregnancy test. That's how I found out I was pregnant. I was very surprised.How was your pregnancy?The first 4 months have been very difficult, I have had too much nausea. I was even sick of the smell of water. I could only eat sour apples, as if everything smelled sonunda At the end of the fourth month all these complaints ended. During this period, I was worried if anything would happen to my baby because I couldn't eat properly, but my doctor comforted me. And then I've taken better care of myself than I've ever looked after myself; I was very well fed, I stayed away from stress. Pregnancy is both a very special and miraculous thing and just as ordinary. Because millions of women in the world are getting pregnant and giving birth, as well as feeling the kicking of the baby.How was the birth?I gave birth normally. In the seventh month of my pregnancy, I watched all kinds of births online. As a result, I decided to have a normal birth. Ali was born a week late. One evening when I was at home, I started to get in pain, we went to the hospital and Ali was born in as little as half an hour.
 Has your wife gone into labor?Yeah, he did. In fact, Mehmet does not tolerate seeing blood, but our doctor encouraged him, he decided to enter the line. During birth, I asked Mehmet once or twice if he was okay. When I knew you were okay, I was totally focused on giving birth. Ali was born 4 pounds 120 grams. I couldn't believe my eyes when I first held them.Have you had a puerperium?The first 40 days are really miraculous. The fear of how to look at the first days swept. But it went too quickly. During this period, I especially took care to be calm and not to experience stress. My only fear was that my milk was stopped for any reason.How did you lose 30 pounds?I didn't do anything, frankly. But breastfeeding really helps. Other than that, the weather was nice, I put Ali in his car and took very long walks.What made you the hardest in 22 months?Believe me, nothing did. Even the gas pains in the infants in the first months were not a problem. She was a very comfortable baby. He adapted to life very quickly. Everything is coming and going, I think there is nothing to be exaggerated.Can you describe motherhood?I think it's a remorse that will never end until motherhood dies. After I became a mother, I wish I had an early child. Like every mother, I want everything to be the best for my child. I have some good dreams about him, but it doesn't mean that he has to have a good CV and teach him in very good schools. All I want is for him to be really happy and to be happy.Did Virgo Köklükaya change since she became a mother?After becoming pregnant and having children, I discovered myself better. I feel strong, I can do anything. I've been more patient, tolerant, softened.Conversation View Müge's Full Profile Photo Contact Tuna directly

Why most children are born in September

Why most children are born in September

The month of September monopolizes the top ten in terms of baby births, it is the month of the year in which more babies are born, while February and June are the months in which babies prefer the least to be born.

A recent study reveals that most children are born in September And, although the birth rate varies over time, now we prefer the winter months to be more united with our partners.

Comes the month of September and suddenly your children's events calendar has so many birthdays that you barely have life to do anything else.

Ball parks, amusement parks and playgrounds are packed with children in full expansion of euphoria and, when the end of September comes, the excess cake and sweets It has started to wreak havoc on your children's little stomachs. But, have you ever wondered why you have so many birthdays in September?

The answer to why most children are born in September, It has been revealed by a recent study: Christmas and the cold have a lot to do with it with births.

Most of the children of the 21st century have been conceived during the holidays, which exposes to the light that couples prefer to be more together during this month; we imagine that the cold unites a lot and that the Christmas holidays they are the best time to spend time with the family ... The study also shows how, on the other hand, the months of February and June are the ones fewer births recorded, although in February it is natural for this to occur, since it is shorter than the rest.

This inclination towards the autumn months to conceive has not always been the case.

Children of the late 20th century, during the birth boom of the 70s, we preferred the month of may To born. I mean, we were conceived in august, vacation period par excellence and the most propitious time to conceive, in terms of free time it refers to a working society.

Two decades before, our parents, in the 60s, they preferred the month of June to surrender to love and, therefore, the month with the most births was ahead of March.

But really the only reason the month of birth changes depending on the year the holidays or the ambient temperature have it?

According to experts, no. exist other factors much more worrying and complex such as the evolution of the economy, unemployment, the commercialization of contraceptives and the social and religious concept.

And, already put to reveal funny things about birth, the study shows us which is the most common birthday in our days. Of course, it is in the month of September and it is the 9th, while, as we can foresee, the day of the fewest births is February 29, although my great-grandmother boasted that she was younger than anyone else at her age because she was born that day , which meant having a birthday every 4 years.

You can read more articles similar to Why most children are born in September, in the category of Newborn on site.



Your 6-year-old: Asking questions

Your 6-year-old now

Do you find yourself reading Wikipedia to your increasingly curious child, fielding questions about tough topics like whether God exists or why some people are fat? Your child is not only curious about abstract issues, she can now articulate such thoughts better.

When you feel put on the spot, it's okay to stall for time, so long as you do follow-up: "That's a good question. We're almost to school now, but let's talk about it more when you come home." Never get upset at a child for raising any topic. She needs to know she can come to you with anything.

Keep explanations simple. While preschoolers can ask abstract questions, they can't understand abstract answers. They're still literal, concrete thinkers for the most part.

Use their questions as a springboard for some of those difficult topics you'll have to deal with eventually anyway. For example, questions about why those people outside the shelter always look so dirty can lead to a meaningful conversation – at his level – about people who may not have as much as he does.

Do be careful about relating these conversations to other adults in your child's presence, no matter how poignant or funny they are. You don't want to make him feel self-conscious or silly for coming to you. Kids want to be taken seriously.

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Many kids don't drink enough water during the day. To encourage staying hydrated, get your child a water bottle, such as a sports bottle or one made for hiking. (Discount stores offer many types decorated with popular characters or sports teams.)

Put his name on it and let him carry it with him to school and around the house. (Be sure to wash it every day.) Doing the same yourself can help set a good example. Bonus: Your child gets in the habit of swigging plain H2O rather than soda or juice.

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