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Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Kids, Do You Want to Have Fun Listening to the Amazing Story of Trockle? Holly Jahangiri, Author of Trockle Will Relate the Story Herself
Hello kids, if you’re looking for a fun and educational activity this weekend, you can have a blast listening to the amazing story of Trockle read by Trockle’s creator herself - Holly Jahangiri.
Holly is the author of Trockle , and she will be the guest storyteller at Paint Me a Story.
This would be held at 10:00 AM, October 6, 2012 at the Color Me Mine of Cypress (24140 Hwy 290, Ste 300; Cypress, TX 77429).
With only $20, you’ll have snacks of donut and juice, a personal encounter with the noted author herself, Holly Jahangiri, and the chance to have her book, Trockle, autographed personally for you, should you decide to buy it.
Isn’t that exciting? So, call now 281-758-4139 for reservations, or email email@example.com.
Monday, July 16, 2012
Of course you always want to give the best for your baby, and that also includes all the skin care products that you apply to your baby’s skin. However, with such a lot of products available in the market, you might be wondering which among them will be the best choice.
Maybe you might have heard already that organic skin products are the best for your little one’s delicate skin. So, you might be wondering now, what do you mean by organic skin products and what benefits can you get from opting to use them on your baby. Read on for more information about these products.
Organic skin products are said to be the best because these products are manufactured without the use of harmful chemicals. The all-natural characteristic of these organic skin products makes them the most appropriate to use on baby skin because baby skin is said to be thinner and more sensitive than adult skin.
Thus, baby skin is more prone to absorb such chemicals that might be present on other skin products. These chemicals may harm your baby by causing skin irritations and dryness. There are also studies that say that long-term use of chemical-based skin products might cause a higher risk for individuals to be more prone to certain diseases such as certain cancers, allergic reactions, lung diseases and liver diseases.
Despite the fact that chemicals were not used for the manufacture of organic skin products, you need not worry about their effectiveness. These organic skin products are very effective to cleanse your baby and to leave your baby sweet smelling.
Once you try to use these products, you will realize that you need not worry anymore about baby skin rashes and irritations. In fact, even adults that have sensitive skin are also advised to use organic products.
Posted by Virginia Gaces at 3:32 AM
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Do you think your baby is ready to have his first solid food? Well, if baby starts to show interest in the food that you are eating, if he can hold his head upright independently and if he can sit upright with assistance, then you may be right about thinking that he is already ready.
If you are still hesitant, you may feel more confident about initiating to introduce to your baby his first solid food if you have consulted to his pediatrician during one of his regular check-ups. Another question is what type of food will be appropriate to serve your baby.
The very first time that you try to introduce to him his first solid food, always remember that natural foods are best for this time. The average age at which babies start to eat their first solid food is at four to six months. During this age, their tummies are more sensitive as compared to tummies of older kids.
That is why it is safe to serve any from the natural selection of foods like cereals, fruits, and potatoes. These are ideal to be your baby’s first solid food because these foods can be easily digested by their little tummies.
As he gets a bit older (around seven to eight months), you may now add pureed chicken to the list of his first solid food. You may use a blender to make the chicken meat pureed. The next question that might come to your mind is the amount that you can give to baby.
How much is usually given to babies during this time? Resist the urge of giving him too much of his first solid food, because tummies of infants are just small. A serving of one tablespoon of cereal or fruit mixed with four table spoons of milk will be enough.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
One of the most priceless joys of having kids is the excitement of witnessing every single developmental milestone that they achieve. It is very common, especially for first time parents, to want to capture each of these moments.
Though most of these moments bring pure excitement and pride to parents, there is one developmental milestone that might be a great challenge for both parent and kid: potty training. When your son reaches around 18-24 months, it is not surprising that you might start being concerned about learning ways on how to potty train your son.
To be able to do it the right way, there are some facts that you have to know about potty training toddlers. Before you attempt to start on performing the ways on how to potty train your son, you must realize first that successful potty training needs a lot of patience.
The following are important considerations for this tedious process to be a lot easier for you and your child:
One of the most important factors to consider when attempting to potty train your son is timing. When trying on different ways on how to potty train your son, you must come to realize that the child’s readiness for this big step is also a major consideration. If you are wondering when the right time is, the answer to your question is when the time comes that he already shows interest and willingness to learn the task.
Rest assured that children demonstrate readiness at different ages. Experts say that boys may take a longer time in diapers than girls. If there is also another big adjustment that occurs in your little boy’s life, like having a new sibling or moving in to a new house, then you might have to wait first for him to get adjusted to this before you introduce potty training.
Because this is a new task for him, you must assure that it will not be a discomfort for your son during his first few attempts at practicing the task. Children usually feel anxious when they are trained in an adult toilet. The fear of falling might cause them not to enjoy the task.
Initiate the ways on how to potty train your son, once you have already purchased a potty chair that is just the right size for him.
Because children learn by observing adults and imitating them, one of the most effective ways on how to potty train your son is having him observe his parent on how to use the bathroom. Since you have a son, the best person to show him how to do it is his daddy.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
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Thursday, April 21, 2011
Children should be given the chance to play. This is part of their growing up process. Do not force a child to study when he wants to play. Allot enough time for "play." He can never go back to being young again, unless he grows to be mentally young forever.
Friday, April 8, 2011
My children are my gold treasures. They will remain my babies forever. Just like gold, they are not devalued or depreciate but instead they appreciate in value as time goes by. I should also know how to invest properly for my children. Investing properly will ensure their future amidst all these financial crises.
Gold, just like IRA gold, has greater value than money. Money is a representation of the actual gold that a government has in its vaults. If you want a lasting treasure that is not significantly affected by economic depression, then go for gold. In fact, gold IRA accounts do the opposite they gain from economic depressions and unrest, like in wars and bank failures because the price of gold goes up during these times.
If you want to invest wisely for the future, don’t use paper money, use gold IRA with gold 401k. This would ensure the future of your children against inflation, war, and economic turmoil. Like your precious children, gold has a value that is not affected by financial crises and that lasts forever until the end of time. Invest wisely for your future.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
What has printing got to do with children? Well, I want to publish a book about children but the printing cost is so expensive, especially that it I plan to add more colorful pages. It would be a colorful and interesting book (I hope) for children. Perhaps I could buy a printer and have them printed myself, but when I canvassed, they were so expensive,
I had also canvassed printing presses, but printing and binding costs a fortune. I was looking now for printers that could produce vibrant and colorful pictures and greatly printed texts. I found these amazing printers when I was about to give up. These are reliable printers that I could easily use at home. These printers offer consumers the advantage of an auto duplex or 2-sided printing. I had gone over their features and they are also user-friendly. I am not much of a technical person, but I will be able to easily follow the instructions of the installation and operation of the printers.
Because of these printers, now I plan to print the pages myself and then have them book bind. I know this would significantly reduce the cost of my DIY venture if I use these printers to create my book. Good luck to me.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Allow your children to develop friendships because they need them. They are one of their support systems aside from family. Let them understand that interacting and developing friendships come from being a friend.
You may also want to teach them some rudiments of how to become a friend. These are learning experiences that are not sometimes taught in school. They are attentive skills that have to be learned through observation, if you do not teach them yourself.
Posted by Virginia Gaces at 6:57 AM