Kamasutra and fertility

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Babies and their first spoonfuls of food

Inventors' first names: Owen

Inventors' first names: Owen


The inventor of the strollerit was Owen Maclaren in 1965. Before him, another Englishman William Kent invented the first form of stroller in 1733. A garden architect, a duke had asked him to create a means of transport for his children. A cart with wheels pulled by a little pony was created ... the ancestor of the stroller.

Welsh form of Greek EugeniosWell-born, noble, Owen is the Irish form of our Eugene. To celebrate July 13th.

When you catch your kindergartner weaving a tall tale or denying something you know he's done, chances are he isn't purposefully trying to deceive you. At this age, most fibs stem from:

Stay calm. It may seem counterintuitive — after all, you don't want to encourage lies — but the best way to handle this stage is to take each episode in stride. As chagrined as you might be by your kindergartner's fib, remind yourself that lying is proof that he's learning right from wrong and developing a conscience and a clearer understanding of the difference between fact and fiction. After all, if he didn't think he'd made a mistake, why would he bother trying to cover it up?

Try to discover his reasons for lying. If your child's fibs are of the bragging variety, for instance, he's probably trying to satisfy the normal human need to feel important and appreciated. In that case, you can discourage future lies by heaping on the praise for his efforts and accomplishments.

Don't accuse. Couch your comments so they encourage confession, not denial: "I wonder how these crayons got all over the living room carpet? I wish someone would help me pick them up."

Be sympathetic. If he sneaks a candy bar and then denies eating it (with chocolate smeared on his mouth), he's not a bad person; he's simply trying to get around the fact that not everything he wants is his. You might say, "I bet you really wanted that candy bar. Then when you ate it, you realized you were in trouble and fibbed." He'll catch on that he needs to ask for things before helping himself to them, and that telling the truth is less painful than telling a lie. If you get angry and make him feel terrible for his transgression, on the other hand, he'll be less receptive to the lessons you're trying to teach — and even more likely to cover his tracks the next time.

Invoke fair consequences. If your child lies to see what he can get away with, it's important to give fair — though not overly harsh — consequences (banning TV the day after he's lied in an attempt to squeeze in one more show, for instance). This way, he'll eventually learn that trying to pull the wool over your eyes just isn't worth it.

Explain why honesty is important. Your kindergartner may tell you that he knows lying is bad, but he may not yet fully grasp the moral implications of being untruthful. You can help the process along by telling him the story of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," which drives home the importance of being trustworthy and also teaches him that lying can have serious consequences. A good book about lying is Sam, Bangs, and Moonshine, by Evaline Ness, which dramatically illustrates the ramifications of telling tall tales, yet manages to end happily.

Be positive, not punitive. If you expect your kindergartner to tell you when he's done something wrong, don't respond to his honesty by venting your anger on him. (If you do, how likely is he to admit his wrongdoing the next time?) Besides being inappropriate at this age, a harsh penalty for lying probably won't have the desired effect: Children who are severely punished for minor offenses often go to extremes, developing an overly strict conscience or becoming pint-sized rebels — neither of which you're aiming for. Instead, praise your kindergartner when he tells the truth. Positive reinforcement is much more effective than punishment in making him feel that it's worth it to be on the up-and-up.

Reassure your kindergartner that you love him no matter what. When he accidentally breaks your bedroom lamp, he may deny it for fear that you won't love him as much. Explain that Mommy and Daddy still love him, even when he's done something you'd rather he didn't.

Build trust. Let your youngster know that you trust him and that you can be trusted, too. If he's due for a shot at his next checkup, for instance, don't tell him it won't hurt. Try to keep your word, and when you can't, apologize for breaking a promise.

Let him know what you expect of him. Use different situations to teach your kindergartner what you consider acceptable behavior. Establish parameters, for instance, by letting him know that before he takes a cookie off of someone else's plate, he needs to first ask if it's okay. Providing clearly defined limits is one of the most loving, positive things you can do for your child. Eventually, he'll be able to use them to judge for himself whether a behavior is appropriate. A child who understands that limits are for his benefit will grow up to be an adult who respects them, too.

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How To Stop A Child From Lying

Few things are more Christmassy than a snowman, and now you can have it for dessert! Learn how to make this recipe for a snowman with sliced ​​banana and apple for the children.

For the children to encourage cook at christmas You just have to follow this recipe step by step, we help you turn some fruits into a delicious Christmas dessert for young and old.

  • Plantain
  • Red Apple
  • Currant
  • Mikados
  • Skewer sticks
  • Chocolate to decorate

1. Cut banana slices and an apple triangle.

2. Stick banana slices on a skewer stick, then the apple to make the hat, and finally a currant.

3. Cut two pieces of Mikado and put them on the sides of the middle slice to make the arms. With chocolate make the eyes and buttons.

You can read more articles similar to Snowman with banana. Christmas dessert with fruits, in the category of Recipes on site.

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Are you pregnant and looking for the ideal name for your baby? Our name finder has thousands of names for boys to help you in this important choice. We highlight the name in the dictionary of meaning of names: Hiram.

History of the name Hiram

Name of a king of Tire who helped David and Solomon rebuild the temple in Jerusalem.

Meaning of name Hiram

"My brother is supreme"

Origin of the name Hiram


Famous people with the name Hiram

  • Hildebrando Jose Espino, athlete (1980)

Hiram name coloring pages printable game

Hilaria: origin and meaning of the name for girl Hilaria

Are you pregnant and looking for the ideal name for your baby? Our name finder has thousands of names for girls to help you in this important choice. We highlight the name in the dictionary of meaning of names: Hilaria.

The English form, Hillary, is both masculine and feminine, although it is mostly used as a feminine name.

Comes from hilaris: "cheerful, nice"

January 14, February 28, May 5


  • Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State and former US First Lady (1947-)
  • Hillary Swank, American actress (1974-)

Hilaria name coloring pages printable game

Hilaria: pictures of the names coloring page printable game

Drawing of the name Hilaria coloring page printable game

Drawing with the name Hilaria coloring page printable game

Drawings of names. Hilaria name to color and print

Τα μυστικά των Ανουνάκι και ο Νιμπίρου!


The Wolverine begins with Logan/Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) as a prisoner of war in Nagasaki at the end of World War Two. When the atom bomb is dropped on Nagasaki, Logan saves the life of a compassionate Japanese soldier named Yashida (Hal Yamanouchi). In return Yashida offers Logan his prized Samurai sword. Logan refuses the offer, telling Yashida to keep the sword safe for him.

The movie jumps to the present day where Logan is in self-imposed exile. He is haunted by the ghost of Jean Grey (Framke Janssen). Logan's reclusive life doesn't last for long because he is sought out by a sword-wielding young woman named Yukio (Rila Fukushima). Yukio wants Logan to return with her to Japan so that the aged and dying Yashida (now the owner of Japan's richest technology company) can give Logan a gift and thank Logan for saving his life 60 years earlier. When Logan meets Yashida, the gift Yashida offers is to relieve Logan of his immortality, enabling Logan to live a normal life. Logan refuses.

After refusing Yashida's offer, Logan finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy plot. Yashida's granddaughter Mariko (Tao Okamoto), who is in line to inherit Yashida's empire, is at the centre of the plot. Logan is attracted to Mariko and decides to be her protector. Together with Yukio, Logan battles Japanese villains until he finds out who is really behind the conspiracy plot.


Mutants and special powers; immortality; Samurai warriors


This movie has extended sequences of intense violence and peril; some scenes showing emotional trauma; cruelty against animals; gruesome images; and blood and gore. For example:

  • Three Japanese officers commit ritual suicide. The scene shows them from behind as they kneel down and stab themselves several times in the stomach with short swords. We don't see the actual injuries.
  • After the atom bomb is dropped, there's a gigantic explosion and a mushroom cloud rises up into the air. Then a firestorm rushes towards two men. They jump into a well and one of the men uses his body and a heavy iron lid to shield the other man as they are engulfed for several seconds in flames. The first man is badly burned while the shielded man gets mild burns on his face.
  • One emotionally disturbing scene shows Logan sitting up in bed next to a woman who has two large bloody stab wounds in her abdomen. Blood spreads across her nightdress. It looks like Logan has unintentionally hurt the woman while having a violent nightmare.
  • Mariko's father slaps her hard across the face. A short time later a distraught Mariko tries to commit suicide by jumping from a high-rise building. Logan stops her.
  • In an epic action fight, Logan/Wolverine defends himself and Mariko against Japanese mafia assassins. The fight scene shows extended sequences of stylised martial arts fighting as well as lots of gunfire. Wolverine is shot in the body many times and has multiple bloody gunshot wounds on his torso. Wolverine uses his claw blades to stab many men. Yukio uses a wooden staff to fight off many male attackers. She also punches and kicks them.
  • One scene shows a wounded and distressed grizzly bear lying on the ground with a large arrow sticking out of its back and several bloody patches on its body. An upset Wolverine puts the wounded bear out of its misery by stabbing it in the throat with his claw blades. The bear screams as it dies.
  • A man hits Logan over the head with a bottle. There is a bloody gash across Logan's cheek. Logan pushes his fingers into the wound and removes a bloody piece of glass.
  • A woman mutant hisses like a snake, spraying a mist of venom into a man's face. Blisters and burns disfigure the man. After a few seconds of agony, he drops dead. The movie has several similar scenes.
  • Ninjas silently attack a group of men, using chains to strangle some victims while shooting others with arrows. One ninja kills a man by twisting and snapping the man's neck.
  • Wolverine battles against a giant armoured samurai warrior. A man fires an arrow through the eye slit of the armoured warrior's helmet, but then the giant warrior uses a flaming sword to impale the archer. Wolverine severs the giant warrior's head and reveals a normal man's head beneath the armour. A woman then stabs the man in the head and throat.

Content that may disturb children

Under 8

Children in this age group are likely to be disturbed by all of the violent scenes and the scary characters in this movie. Other scary and disturbing scenes include the following:

  • Logan is engulfed in flames after which he has blackened pieces of skin hanging from his body and all the hair burned off his head. After several seconds his body regenerates. The burned skin disappears, new skin grows back and his hair grows back.
  • Wolverine uses his claw blades to make a cut in his own chest. He reaches inside and pulls out a parasite with his bloody fingers. The wound in his chest heals within seconds.
  • A mutant woman uses her claw-like fingernail to make cuts in her own face. She peels back the skin of her face and pulls off her hair to reveal a bald head.
  • The life force is sucked out of Wolverine and transferred to an aged and dying man. Wolverine's eyes turn grey and his skin takes on an aged appearance while the aged man transforms into a young man.

From 8-13

Children in this age group are also very likely to be disturbed by the violent and disturbing scenes mentioned above.

Over 13

Younger children in this age group might also be disturbed by some of the scenes mentioned above.

Sexual references

This movie has some sexual innuendo. For example:

  • After being forced to take a Japanese bath and washed with scrubbing brushes by three Japanese women, Logan jokes and says, 'I feel violated'.
  • Viper (a woman) walks past a group of men. One of them says, 'How much?'

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

This movie shows some use of substances. For example:

  • Characters including Logan drink Bourbon and champagne.
  • In a couple of scenes a man dips an arrow in poison.

Nudity and sexual activity

This movie shows some partial nudity and sexual activity. For example:

  • A dream-like scene shows Logan lying in bed with a woman. She is wearing a low-cut light slip that shows bare shoulders and cleavage. Wolverine kisses her shoulder. In a similar scene the woman lies on top of Logan and kisses him on the lips.
  • Logan lies naked in a large bath tub, being scrubbed clean in a traditional way by three clothed Japanese women. The scene shows his naked torso and back and part of his buttocks.
  • Logan and Mariko kiss passionately on the lips. They lie in bed together.
  • A man in underwear is in a room with two women. One woman wears lingerie while the other wears a revealing dress. The man is kissing one of the women on her neck.

Product placement

The following products are displayed or used in this movie: Nokia phones, brand-name cars and motorbikes. Merchandise associated with the movie is also being marketed to children.

Coarse language

This movie has a scattering of coarse language and name-calling throughout.

Ideas to discuss with your children

The Wolverine is a fantasy action adventure based on a Marvel Comics character. It targets teenage boys and adult men, as well as Hugh Jackman fans and followers of the X-men movies.

It has frequent and extended scenes of intense violence that become almost gratuitous towards the end of the movie. It isn't recommended for children under 15 years and has many scenes and scary characters that would terrify younger children.

The main message from this movie is that all of our actions have consequences - nothing is without meaning.

Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include selflessness and bravery. For example, throughout the movie, Logan/Wolverine shows selflessness and bravery towards others by repeatedly putting his life at risk after he loses his immortality.

You could also talk about the lack of real-life consequences for much of the violence in the movie.

Carrot-orange smoothie

To make the most of all the goodness of carrots, use them to make this delicious smoothie. Embellished with orange juice and lemon juice, this beverage will seduce you with its combination of sweet and tart flavors.


For 3 people

  • Some carrots
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 natural yoghurt
  • 1 lt of orange juice
  • Milk


Wash and peel the carrots. Squeeze the lemon. Put all the ingredients in the blender.

Serve cold.