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5 mistakes parents make when they fall asleep

Now that your baby has grown, a new challenge is being felt: the evening sleep, more precisely ... his absence. You can't understand why you don't want to fall asleep at the time you want, but you don't realize you're one of the causes. Find out common mistakes of parents when trying to sleep.

Now that your baby has grown, a new challenge is being felt: the evening sleep, more precisely ... his absence. You can't understand why you don't want to fall asleep at the time you want, but you don't realize you're one of the causes. Find out common mistakes of parents when trying to sleep.
Trying to fall asleep at a certain time and create a program is a real challenge. The child's reluctance to fall asleep is also due to frequent mistakes that parents make, sometimes without realizing it.
1. Late bedtime
A new fashion has recently emerged in the modern family: children, even children, go to bed at the same time with their parents.

Adults justify the time by the late arrival from work and try to spend as much time with the little ones, sometimes exceeding the established bedtime.

The later the baby falls asleep, the more tired he will be on the next day, the effect being the postponement of bedtime and the next day.
The constant postponement of bedtime leads to sleep problems in children: frequent waking, inability to rest properly, difficulty falling asleep, lack of energy during the day, etc.
2. The disorganized program
Often, parents create an extremely well-structured program for child rearing and education. This is extremely effective for the baby to grow harmoniously, to be healthy and cheerful. When this program is overridden or completely absent, most parents are facing difficulties in growing and understanding the little ones.
In the absence of a constant sleep schedule and a well-established bedtime, you cannot expect the baby to fall asleep "on order." If you have been involved in such a program, but have undergone many changes caused by travel, vacations, walks or other events, the child will no longer be able to meet the previously established bedtime and will have difficulty adjusting again to the schedule. sleep.
Wherever you are and any events that occur, make every effort to keep the child's sleep schedule always respected.
3. Consider movement to be the best sleeping pill
When parents notice that their baby does not even want to fall asleep in the evening, moreover, he wants to play and is very sprint, they use physical movement to induce their sleep. He considers that if he consumes his energy through play, the child will get tired faster and sleep will be easier.
Fatigue does not mean guaranteed sleep. On the contrary, one of the ways in which fatigue manifests itself is the lack of sleep. It even happens to you! Did you never say that you couldn't sleep because of fatigue? Well, not even children are exempt from this situation! Moreover, if you put him to play during his sleep, you lose his sleep time and fall into the trap of the first mistake.
4. I fall asleep riding it by car or cart!
Many parents believe in the idea of ​​falling asleep while riding a car or stroller. It's a good trick, but only for a superficial, unassuming sleep. Children will not have a deep sleep and will wake up shortly after the movement ceases. This does not help you at all, since you will have to take it over and find the best ways to fall asleep.
5. I put him to sleep in bed with them!
In an attempt to overcome his fear of darkness, to soften his crying when he is alone in the room or to make him fall asleep faster, parents make the mistake of bringing the child to sleep in the conjugal bed. From here until a routine is created that will hardly disobey it is a small step. The older he gets, the harder it will be for him to break away from his mom and dad's bed and ask him to sleep with them constantly, any refusal ending in real hysteria crises.
Parents consider that they still have an ace up their sleeve in this regard, not realizing that it is a mistake: I fall asleep when he is in bed with them, and when he observes that sleep has come to his eyes, he moves quickly to his room. . The child will wake up at night, and when he finds out that he is alone, in a dark room, the cries and screams will be unstoppable until one of the parents doesn't reconcile him, putting him back in the same bed with them.

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Carnival: coloring is out

Of course, there are countless exciting Christmas games out there on the smartphone, but sometimes these apps can be entertained.

Every kid loves to push the phone - but the smart phone is that it can not only play with the smooth keyboard, but also download a bunch of programs that not only entertain but also teach - and best of all, not pay too much must have it!


Kids are real magic to hear their own words - and it's better to talk to the homepage. The microphone picks up the speaker's voice and then plays it back with a slight distortion of Santa's mouth. But this is not all this app can do, you can tickle, jerk, caress, and respond to anything else. The recorded glass elmenthetх, and can be sent as a talking, postcard - your grandmother will love it!
Talking Santa (Android, iPhone)


The essence of Christmas is a dнszнtйs - And all the little ones are happy to talk about it. In addition to the traditional game-threatening, firewall programs, there is one where you can relocate the Tablet, but you can also find flashy booms for the boys!
Make Me Santa (iPhone)
Xmas Dress Up (Android)
My Xmas Tree (Android)
Christmas Cupcakes (iPhone)
Gingerbread Dress Up (iPhone)
Toca Hair Salon Christmas Version (iPhone)
Pimp Santa Sleigh (Android)


Every kid loves to color - but it's very difficult to stay between the lines at a young age, so it's a lot more successful anytime klikkelgetni need a nice result. Lots of templates, dozens of colors, tireless stuff.
Christmas Coloring Book (iPhone)
Christmas Coloring Book (Android)


Christmas wouldn't be real music without - the kids would love to sing, sing or play songs with the right instrument in their hands - in this case, the phone itself. Christmas Song Collection (iPhone)
Piano Christmas (Android)
Toddler Christmas Sing-A-Long (Android)


Surprisingly, many children are two-year-olds and enjoy playing classic memory, which has countless game conversions - at Christmas, there are Tablets, Heaps, Chips and candies under the cards.
Memory Christmas (Android)
Xmas Memo (Android)


All the little ones with the buttons still have a hard time controlling a character, but there are games where you don't have to, just tilt the phone and run the web, run and sometimes fall off the wheel.
Santa in Trouble (Android)
Santa Roll (Android)


Sometimes the biggest success is with the games that you have not made for little ones. It can be a source of great work, for example, when a hungry Tablet is running after cookies or when Santa Claus piglets want to kidnap their gifts.
Hungry Santa (Android)
Greedy Pigs Xmas (Android)


This is an interactive storybook Made in English, but the glass can be turned off by switching to Read it myself, but it is also possible for the father or mother to record their own voice and hear the story in the picture book. But the nymph version is not boring, anything in the pictures touches the kid, everything moves, jumps, laughs, music.
Christmas Tale (Android)

Your 8-year-old now

Your child is physically stronger and more confident than ever. His large muscles are well coordinated, so he can handle more complex activities such as gymnastic moves (cartwheels, forward rolls, flips), bike tricks (popping the front wheel, riding over curbs), complex jump-roping (such as double dutch), and accurate throwing and catching.

His small muscle groups are also dexterous, and he has good hand-eye coordination. This makes certain tasks a breeze, such as stringing beads, pouring liquids, working with stencils, and playing with very small toys.

Yet for all this coordination, young children often fall and scrape knees, twist muscles, and break bones. What gives?

Although your child's body is sure and capable, his brain's centers of self-control and judgment aren't yet fully developed. (And won't be until he's in his early 20s!)

This means kids often take risks that lead to accidents. Or they may misjudge, say, the sturdiness of a board ramp set up for a bike maneuver, or the wisdom of imitating a skateboard move seen on a cartoon show.

Kids, especially boys, like to roughhouse, too. Some developmentalists see a primal connection in this behavior. It may be how young humans develop muscles, strength, and coordination, just as some wild species' young do.

You can't protect your child from all danger. Provide reasonable safety measures (helmets, padding for appropriate sports) and keep a general eye on play.

But hovering has its downside, too. It can make kids tentative or prone to bursting out into wilder play when grown-ups aren't around. Keep a first-aid kit around and cross your fingers.

Your life now

Praise is important for kids to hear. But actions often speak louder than words. Being involved in your child's life and activities and being present to answer questions and resolve issues show attention and responsiveness that's even more powerful than a tossed-off "Good job!"

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How to help a child having a seizure epilepsy #FirstAid #PowerOfKindness

It was my fourth time giving birth. You’d think I’d be a pro. In many ways I knew what to expect.

I remembered the physical pain. How it ramped up quickly, and how I lost my ability to control the sounds emanating from my throat. I was familiar with how to push a baby out: bear down like you’re going to the bathroom. I felt ready for the routine once we checked into the hospital; the gown opens in the back, I’d need an IV for fluids, nurses asking if I wanted an epidural, did I plan to breastfeed? Even though this was my fourth time giving birth, it would be my first time since we’d experienced the crushing pain of pregnancy loss.

This time, everything felt different. My mind buzzed with fear, because my reality now included the possibility something could go wrong at any moment. Yes, we’d made it to this point, despite my conviction we wouldn’t, but my anxiety was as palpable as the contractions that ripped through my stomach.

I experienced fear during delivery before our loss, too. But the main question racing through my mind then was Would I be able to handle the pain? This time, I was fixated on the idea that something could happen to my baby, or to me. From the moment we walked through the doors of the hospital, until I was pushing my son out, all I kept saying to my husband was, “I’m scared.” I didn’t need to say more; he knew why, coupled with excitement and anticipation, I felt punishingly unnerved. He’d been there every step of the way as I’d fought and clawed my way back from the brink of a deep depression in the year since our loss. He laid with me on the floor, on the bottom of the bathtub, on the side of the road.

That day, lying on the bed of the delivery room, each push bringing me closer to meeting my rainbow, I prayed to my angel baby. Just let everything be OK. The other refrain running through my head as I squeezed my eyes closed and tried to shut out the sounds of my own animalistic grunting: Let this be real. Although I’d seen my son in ultrasound scans, felt him moving inside me for months, and experienced just about every pregnancy symptom known to woman, I still had trouble believing there was a real, live, healthy baby. A baby who was mine. A baby I would soon be holding in my arms.

It wasn’t until I saw my son for the very first time; that scrunchy little face, his matted down hair, his chubby cheeks and squinting eyes, attached to a long, slippery, perfect, beautiful body, that I believed he was real. And it wasn’t until my sweet, strong, gorgeous little baby boy was placed on my chest that, at last, I exhaled and my fears slowly melted away.

I’d done it. I’d delivered my rainbow. Even if worry, guilt, sadness, anger, disbelief, shock and despair lurked around every corner throughout this pregnancy and birth, he was here, healthy and OK. And so was I.

I know I’m not alone in how emotional it was to give birth to my rainbow. Some our site community members were brave enough to share what it was like for them, and although every experience is different, what they all have in common is that loss played a role. “With rainbow pregnancies, you’re always waiting for bad news,” one mama said, adding after the birth, “I only felt grateful relief to have him safely in my arms.”

Another mom shared how complicated your emotions can be during the birth of a rainbow baby: “The moment I had her and heard her cry, I felt terrible pain and loss all over again for my first daughter who never got to cry. It was like I was reliving the death of my first stillborn daughter, but I had my living rainbow daughter alive in my arms. That is the most torn experience I've had in my life.”

One rainbow mom expressed her conflicting feelings about welcoming her baby, saying, “I did feel a bit of guilt and sadness, like I had just replaced my angel. But relief and happiness still won out.”

And this mama may have said it best about her thoughts during her rainbow’s birth: “Oh my God, did I actually just have a baby? You mean it’s mine and I get to keep him?”

I think every rainbow mom out there can totally relate. I know I can.

Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.

Brush meditations - Japanese calligraphy exhibition

Wednesday, July 18, 2012, from 6 pm, at the Foyer Hall of the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant takes place the opening the exhibition of Japanese calligraphy "Brush Meditations", by Rodica Frentiu. The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the earthquake on March 11, 2011, from Tohoku, Japan.

The exhibition can be visited at the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, Sala Foaier, from July 19 to July 29, from Tuesday until Sunday. Monday is closed.
The series of calligraphies conceived in the style of Japanese calligraphic art opens with a meditation on time and space, on life and death, on the beauty of simple and transient things ... Following the way of calligraphy in which cough, brush and paper become components of reflection on the world, spiritual exercise proposed finds its fulfillment through specific tones and graphic expressions, in the rhythm of a breath.

The pictorial art and the verbal art, the Japanese calligraphy is the art of the moving line, which harmonizes the poetic and the artistic expression in a unique representation of the eternity of the moment.
Through the art of calligraphy, the process of suspending time, in which the movements of the black cough become a pure expression of the self represented in the infinite white of the paper, is completed in a new spatial configuration. The transfigured graphic line is activated in another dimension, one in which the center of gravity falls on the impermanence and inconsistency of things, and the exhibition calligraphs illustrate emotions, thoughts and impressions, states of a moment fixed by a single movement of the brush.

Exhibition Brush meditations one wants a personal "testimony" that came to signal the uniqueness of Japanese calligraphic art.

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Hollywood promotes unprotected sex, smoking and drug use, says public health experts.

Hollywood promotes unprotected sex, smoking and drug use, says public health experts.
Hollywood movies encourage sex without condom and cannabis use, accuse more public health specialists, according to a study published by the prestigious British publication "Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine". James Bond is cited especially for his sexual adventures, never sanctioned, never protected, therefore exposed to any sexually transmitted disease, without talking about the danger of an unwanted pregnancy for his partners.
"Don't Die Today" ("Die Another Day"), a movie about Agent 007, released in 2002, is one of the most "politically incorrect" on the public health side, experts say.

The same category includes "American Pie 2", with seven scenes of unprotected sex, all between two new partners. The latter is all the more dangerous as it is aimed primarily at the young audience, made up of the vast majority of teenagers.
Other dangers
"The most watched films in the last 20 years describe a" social norm "in which sex parties are not protected, and the smoking of a joint remains without consequences. Hollywood cinematography encourages irresponsible attitudes by omitting to promote condom use and not presenting the dangers associated with cannabis use ", Australian public health experts conclude in the latest issue of the" Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine ".
Abuses like in Hollywood movies
A team of researchers, led by Dr. Hasantha Gunasekera of the University of Sydney, took the list of the 200 most watched movies of all time and selected 87 productions cast since 1983 (the date of AIDS) and were not animation.
After analyzing them, it was concluded that 28 of the films taken into consideration contain 53 scenes of sexual intercourse, with a single suggestion for the use of a condom.
Also, no contraceptive method appears in 98% of the cases in which a pregnancy could easily have resulted.
Cannabis use appears on the other hand as being positive in most of the scenes in which it is used. In 48% of cases, smoking a "joint" is presented as having no consequences. As well as 7% of the cases in which the characters used stronger drugs, such as cocaine, 32% of the scenes in which the excessive consumption of alcohol was involved and 68% of the episodes in which normal cigarettes were smoked.
"The social norm presented in these films is worrying, given the HIV virus and drug use in developing and industrialized countries," estimated Dr. Hasantha Gunasekera.
Only a quarter of the films studied did not contain any scene of unprotected sexual intercourse between new partners, cannabis use, smoking or excessive alcohol consumption.
Source: The event of the day

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