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Day of Santo Emiliano, September 11. Names for boys
Emiliano is a name for a boy of Etruscan origin that means "the one who is pleasant or calm", although there is no lack of someone who places him among the Latin names meaning "hardworking" or "hard-working".
In any case, it is a name of exceptional beauty due to its historical connotations that may be perfect for your child. He celebrates his name day on September 11, which is the day of San Emiliano.
Due to the meaning of his name, Emiliano has a calm and calm character, but full of sympathy. Your success in social relationships is based on your kindness and the confidence that you inspire. In addition, Emiliano is a responsible person very committed to his work and his family.
The name Emiliano is known throughout the world thanks to the Latin tradition. It belongs to the same family of names as Emilio, so we know its variants in French, Emilien, and in English, Emilian. A traditional name that is gaining popularity in recent times thanks to that tendency to rescue names with personality.
It may help you to choose the name of your baby to take into account the forcefulness of the name Emiliano thanks to the one who was Roman emperor, in addition to the number of illustrious Romans who belonged to this same family of the Aemilus. And from Roman antiquity another well-known Emiliano has come to us, the military man Publio Cornelio Escisión Emiliano Africano.
In addition, we meet many other popular characters who have been named after your son, such as the mythical basketball player Emiliano Rodríguez, the Spanish businessman Emiliano Revilla or the politician Emiliano García Page. But if there is one figure who has popularized this name, it is that of the Mexican revolutionary leader, Emiliano Zapata.
To know the origin and meaning of other names that celebrate their saint in the month of September, consult our calendar of the names of September saints. You will find all the curiosities related to the name and date of your birthday.
And besides, we have the most complete guide to baby names for boys and girls. Here you will find all the baby names arranged alphabetically to know their origin and meaning.
Laura Velez. Contributor to our site
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Create your own Treasure Basket, the best gift for your baby
He Basket of Treasures It is one of the most complete experiences and the best gift (along with massages) that we can offer a baby from approximately 6 months. There are many ideas that you can find in different media about the materials that can and / or should compose it, but do you really know how and why to choose them? How to present them? How do YOU act at that moment?
The Treasure Basket was created by Elinor Goldschmied, a teacher and graduate in Social Psychiatry dedicated to early childhood development and mother-child relationships. She worked as a consultant for Infant Schools in the 0-3 stage in northern Italian cities, London and Barcelona.
With the Basket of Treasures, Elinor Goldschmied designed a game and learning proposal based on the possibility of discover the world from the child's autonomous and self-directed activity, promoting decision-making and the construction of new learning through the sensations that objects return.
The basket as a container must be wide and high enough so that do not tip over easily with objects inside if child handles. The number of objects that we put inside, as well as the arrangement, must be variable to ensure that the wonder and curiosity of the child keep their level of interest high. Of course, we have to be aware that the greater number of children who are going to manipulate it, the greater number of objects we will have to offer (although this implies putting repeated objects).
When choosing materials we must bear in mind that they should not be toys, but rather everyday objects that stimulate the child's senses, offering you information on weights, temperatures, sizes, textures, sounds, etc.
In this sense, we can group the materials based on the following classification:
1. Natural materials: slices of wood, peels or large fruit peels (oranges, lemons ...), large pieces of cork ...
As for wood, in addition to natural wood slices, we can offer more treated wood in the form of spools of thread, rings, mortars, large spoons, massage rollers, etc.
2. Metallic objectss: small bowls, large bunches of keys with rounded edges, egg beats, metal rings, spoons, etc.
3. Cloth objects: purses, pieces of fabric of different textures, bath mitts, balls of wool, etc.
4. Objects that make sounds: bells, strips of bells, wooden maracas.
5. Bristle objects: combs, toothbrushes, makeup remover brushes ...
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These objects must be chosen under the indispensable criteria of safety and hygiene. In this sense, we will have to make sure that the materials do not have sharp edges or points that could hurt children, that they are large so that they cannot be completely inserted into their mouths or that they do not have pieces that come off with handling.
We must be aware that the mouth throws a large amount of information about objects and that children explore everything they want to discover by sucking and biting, since they are in that oral phase, so in addition to being safe, the materials must facilitate hygiene and must be able to be washed after each use.
Based on both premises, the adult must be aware and replace those objects that deteriorate and lose their properties or begin to pose a danger to children.
This activity is designed to children between approximately 6 and 12 months. It usually begins to be offered when children are able to sit up by themselves (since their hands are free to facilitate manipulation and exploration of the Basket) and it evolves until children are able to move around (from that moment on, children exponentially broaden your interests and the Basket may no longer satisfy your curiosity.)
However, I advise you do not restrict activities as beautiful as this in certain months default. Observe your child, your students, and propose the approach to the Basket little by little when the children are comfortable lying down and are interested in discovering what surrounds them.
There are children with 8-9 months who crawl and crawl moving through space in search of satisfying their interest, but who have not yet acquired the sitting position by themselves, in these cases Basket can be a highly beneficial activity for them even if they do not comply with the slogan of 'being able to remain seated'.
The Spanish teacher and writer José María Toro says that 'Presence is the ART of presenting your essence' and precisely this is the role that the adult must assume while the child IS next to the Basket of Treasures. El Cesto is an opportunity to discover, to explore, to BE based on one's own initiative, interest, and self-directed activity.
The child must be able to decide what to take and how to discover it. Whether it is hard or soft, whether it sounds or not, whether it is cold or warm, are not attributions that the adult should expose to the child. The essence of the adult must be to offer their presence but without explicitly intervening. We must not show, wave or suggest. Simply taking care of the presentation and the content, without doing anything else, we will be doing EVERYTHING.
During the time that the Basket is available to the child, our mission is to OBSERVE the actions of children, we can point out those things that are most significant to us such as their favorite objects, if they do concrete actions with them, what materials generate rejection or dislike, etc. We can vary the objects in the Basket, expanding the offer and varying the layout so that the children feel motivated and surprised every time they find the Basket.
When we see that children's actions are becoming more 'heuristic' (fill-empty, put-take out, stack, build ...), the time has come to evolve this activity to Heuristic Game, changing both the materials and their presentation.
Just as the child has the opportunity to BE with the Basket of Treasures, the Basket must be able to BE. There is no one day of the week or one time of the day more suitable than another, the Basket is an activity that should always be available to the child.
Present, exposed and ready to satisfy the innate curiosity of the little ones, to return sensations to them and to accompany them in their first discoveries of this world to which, make no mistake, they are newcomers.
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Among all the tests that a pregnant woman can undergo during the nine months of gestation, we have some that aim to rule out chromosomal abnormalities in the future baby.
The best known, due to its frequency, is amniocentesis; however, there are others that allow us to see possible congenital defects (the same as with amniocentesis) but which can be detected early in pregnancy. One of them is the chorionic biopsy.
Chorion biopsy It consists of obtaining a sample of the chorionic villi (cells that protrude from the placenta in the form of very small fingers); that is, remains of fetal cells that are housed in the placenta. It is usually done between weeks 10 and 14 of pregnancy.
The most frequent is that the sample is taken through the cervix, by means of continuous ultrasound control: a semi-rigid clamp is inserted through the vagina, and a sample of the leafy chorion (placenta) is obtained. An aspiration of the villi can also be done.
The procedure can be a bit painful, but it is quick: it is usually about half an hour, from start to finish, and the extraction itself only takes a few minutes. Women who have had a chorion biopsy say it feels similar to a Pap smear - it may not hurt or feel like a pinprick or period pain.
Sometimes, at least, the placenta is accessed through the abdomen, laparoscopically and under continuous ultrasound control.
This test is indicated when the baby has a high probability of having congenital anomalies, it is usually recommended to couples with family histories with a history or risks for a certain disorder. The samples collected during the extraction are cultured immediately and the results are obtained within the first 48 hours, which is considered very fast. What precautions should I take ?:
- Rest 24-48 hours after the puncture.
- Do not make efforts for a while afterwards.
- Administration of anti-D gamma globulin to all Rh negative pregnant women.
The test has a seven to eight percent miscarriage risk. It may happen that the pregnant woman experiences pain or discomfort and bleeds a small amount in the next 48 hours.
There are also studies that indicate that a chorion biopsy performed before the 11th week of pregnancy can lead to defects in the baby's limbs, such as missing fingers or toes.
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Loosely based on a well-known Chinese folk myth, this Chinese animated movie tells the story of Ne Zha (voice of Yanting L?), the son of military commander Li Jing (voiced by Hao Chen) and his wife Lady Yin (voiced by Qi Lu).
To prevent chaos taking over the universe, the King of Heaven has split the 'Chaos Pearl' into two parts, the 'spirit pearl', and the 'demon pearl'. The guardian Taiyi (voiced by Jiaming Zhang) has been sworn to watch over the pearls. The plan is for the spirit pearl to be linked to the birth of Commander Li's unborn child and for the demon pearl to be guarded for three years until the prophecy is fulfilled and it is destroyed by lightning. Unfortunately, the jealous Shen Gongbao (voiced by Wei Yang), who was hoping for a promotion from the King of Heaven, sabotages this plan. He steals the spirit pearl and ensures the demon pearl is connected to the child instead.
Ne Zha is born as a demon child and the villagers are terrified of him. Seeing the good in him, Ne Zha's mother begs the villagers to spare his life. Ne Zha's father promises to protect the villagers from the child, keeping him locked away and journeying to the Kingdom of Heaven to break the curse. Ne Zha's mother devotes herself to making Ne Zha's time as happy as possible but she is often called away to duty. This means Ne Zha is left to his own devices, which often involves escaping his home and terrifying the villagers.
Meanwhile Shen Gongbao has taken the spirit pearl to dragons that are chained in a watery prison. Here the spirit pearl is linked to a dragon egg, which becomes the character Ao Bing (voiced by Mo Han). Shen Gongbao hopes Ao Bing will free the dragons to rule. Ne Zha and Ao Bing meet and form an unlikely friendship, the outcome of which surprises everyone.
Good versus evil; the role of destiny; disobedience to parents; disrespect of authority; loneliness; fate and curses; demons; destruction; ostracism; emotional distress
Ne Zha has some violence, although violence generally isn't glorified in this movie. In fact, Ne Zha's parents and his heavenly teacher try to stop him from being violent. Here are some examples:
- The movie does contain frequent animated violence. Characters punch, kick, throw and attack each other. They do martial arts moves. They fall through roofs and out of trees, and rocks fall on their heads. They're crushed into walls, flung through the air, set on fire, stabbed, petrified and restrained against their wills. They dodge knives and spears. One man is smacked with a mallet, and another character is repeatedly punched in the stomach until he vomits.
- Ne Zha punches his mother into a wall accidentally and then does the same thing to two guards.
- Ne Zha creates damage whenever he's near the village, destroying it with either fire or water or just damaging things on his way through.
- Ne Zha hits a man for calling him a demon. A woman smacks him with a shovel, and Ne Zha begins to attack all the villagers.
- Ne Zha kicks a tray of food, which hits a servant in the face.
- Ne Zha battles Ao Bing and nearly stabs and kills his father.
- Characters get hurt, but no death or blood is shown.
- Ne Zha's violent behaviour is mischievous. He likes to prank and scare people, but he also suffers the consequences of his behaviour. He has no friends and gets upset when he's called 'demon'.
- Ne Zha tries to fight his fate of being evil and violent, and he's ready to sacrifice his life to save his loved ones.
- A lot of the violence is presented in the context of the fight between good and evil.
Ne Zha has some sexual references. For example, a woman is shown in painful labour.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
Ne Zha shows some use of alcohol. For example, Taiyi has a reputation for liking to drink. Shen Gongbao gets him drunk by leaving a huge container of wine near him on the eve of Ne Zha's birth.
Nudity and sexual activity
Ne Zha has some nudity and sexual activity. For example:
- Taiyi wears a robe that often exposes his bare chest.
- Ne Zha occasionally walks around with his hands in his pants.
- Ne Zha takes off his pants and urinates on a rock. Nothing explicit is shown.
There is no product placement in Ne Zha.
There is some coarse language, name-calling and insults in Ne Zha.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Ne Zha is a dazzling and fast-paced spectacle featuring world-class animation and a gripping soundtrack. The story is captivating and inspiring and contains valuable underlying messages and positive role models. In Mandarin with English subtitles, the movie will appeal to fans of Chinese legends and older audiences who can read fast and follow along.
These are the main messages from this movie:
- You make your own destiny.
- You shouldn't do bad things simply for your own advancement.
- Misunderstandings, if left unchecked, can easily spiral out of control.
Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include compassion, communication, kindness, understanding, hope, self-determination, parental unconditional love, family cohesion and loyalty, individual potential, resilience, friendship, sacrifice and forgiveness.
This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues like:
- the importance of listening to parents or people in authority and the consequences when you don't
- honesty and open communication even you're dealing with a difficult topic
- bullying, ostracising, lack of tolerance and understanding, and hurtful behaviour arising from differences
- the risks of making quick and inaccurate assumptions about other people
- bad, violent behaviour and using violence as a means to solve problems
- excessive drinking
- selfishness, greed and envy.