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How to pick up and put down a baby

How to pick up and put down a baby

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How to pick up and put down your baby

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How to pick up your baby

One hand supports your baby's neck

The other supports your baby's bottom

Your baby's head is the heaviest part of his body

Neck muscles aren't strong enough to help hold it up

Spread your fingers wide to really support your baby's head and neck

How to put down your baby

Lean down as close as you can to the surface you're placing your baby on

Lay your baby down gently (duh!)

Use your arms, legs, and core – not your back

Bonus round
How to pass your baby to another person

Sit or stand near the person holding the baby

Put one hand behind your baby's neck and head, and the other under your baby's bottom

Don't let go until the other person is ready

Now you're an expert!

Enjoy those baby snuggles

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Preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Brioche of Kings

Brioche of Kings

Lighter than the pancake with frangipane and easy to make, a candied fruit brioche for your gourmet little kings.


  • 600 g flour
  • 1/2 sachet of baker's yeast
  • 3 eggs +1 yellow
  • 100 g caster sugar
  • 100 g of butter
  • 10 cl of milk
  • 1 C. orange blossom water
  • 1 zest of lemon
  • Candied fruits
  • Pearl sugar
  • 1 bean


In a salad bowl, mix 150 flour and yeast. Mix with a little warm water and let stand for 1 hour.

Mix the butter and sugar. Add the 3 eggs, then the milk, the lemon zest and the orange blossom.

Add the remaining flour and knead the dough for 15 minutes to obtain a well-rounded ball.

Place the bean in the bowl and let stand for about 3 hours under a cloth at room temperature.

When your dough is well inflated, place it in a buttered baking tin and let stand another 1 hour.

Preheat your oven to 200 ° C.

Brush the brioche with egg yolk to brown. Bake in the oven at 180 ° C for about 25 minutes. Check the cooking by pressing a knife into the bun. It must come out dry.

Decorate the brioche with candied fruit and pearl sugar.

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Foods prohibited during pregnancy, what do you know?

Sushi, eggs, raw milk cheeses ... Some foods are strongly discouraged during pregnancy and others allowed. But which ones? 4 questions to take stock.

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Sushi should be avoided during pregnancy

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Preparations made from raw fish are to be banned, such as shellfish, crustaceans, smoked salmon, tarama and surimi. Due to the lack of cooking, all these products are capable of transmitting listeriosis, a disease caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. This can have serious consequences: risk of miscarriage or premature delivery.


Florenz Meaning - Origin and Names

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Germanic form of Florent. Latin "florens", which means flowering, or "floreus", in bloom. The Romans, who celebrated every year the Floralies in honor of the goddess Flora, used several names related to this deity. Saint Florent was bishop of Cahors (Lot) at the beginning of the fifth century. His birthday: July 4th.

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