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Some names are as well worn by girls as by boys. These are the mixed first names. Question of fashion because, according to the times, one sex has prevailed over the other! Alexis, Eden, Lou, Morgan, Charlie: origin, meaning, date of celebration ... all about these mixed first names.

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Charlie

  • From the Germanic "kart", meaning virile, it is the American form of Charles.
  • Despite its etymology "virile", Charlie is a name that is given to girls as well as boys.
  • Many saints have borne this name. It is celebrated with St Charles Borromeo, great Italian ecclesiastic of the sixteenth century, appointed archbishop at 22 years who participated in the Council of Trent.
  • His birthday: November 4th.
  • Its derivative: Charly.

Morgan

  • Celtic "mawr", tall, and "can", brilliant. It also means born of the sea in Breton. Morgan is a mixed first name. Although not very common, Morgan was first used in Brittany. In the stories of the Round Table, Morgane, sister of King Arthur, is a healing fairy.
  • Morgane made her first steps in Brittany in the 1970s, although the Bretons often prefer the spelling Morgan, without "e" final or Morganne.
  • His birthday: July 8th with Morwenna or March 23rd.
  • Its derivative: Morgane.

Lou

  • Diminutive of Louis or Louise, its etymology comes from the old German "hlod", illustrious, and "wig", fighter. In the Anglo-Saxon countries, it is a diminutive of Lewis.
  • In the wake of the great classics that are Louis and Louise, Lou made a remarkable arrival. Famous Lou? The actress Lou Doillon, daughter of the director Jacques Doillon and Jane Birkin, and Lou Reed, the American rocker, whose real name is Lewis Adam Reed.
  • His party: Lou at the men's party is August 25 with Louis. In the feminine, March 15 with Louise.
  • Its derivatives: Louisa, Louison, Louisette, Luis, Luisa ...

Andréa

  • From Romania or Italy, this derivative of Andrew comes from the Greek andros, man, manly, brave.
  • Andrea is a mixed first name. The feminine has won for a long time thanks to its ending in "a". But the masculine, very appreciated by our Italian neighbors, crosses the borders.
  • Evangelizer, St. Andrew the Apostle, elder brother of St. Peter, was crucified on an X cross, called since the cross of St. Andrew. Patron of Russia and Scotland, he also protects Burgundy.
  • His birthday: November 30th.
  • Its derivatives: Andreas, Andrea, Andrieu, Andeol, Andrew, Andy, Andrei.

Dominica

  • Latin dominicus, which belongs to the Lord.
  • In France Dominique is a mixed first name, but the female version only appeared in the 19th century and never equaled its male counterpart.
  • St. Dominic (1170-1221) was the founder of the Dominican Order. Dominic was also the name given to children baptized on Sundays, especially in the Spanish form Dominico. The island of Santo Domingo owes its name to the fact that it was discovered by the Spaniards on a Sunday!
  • His birthday: August 8th.
  • His derivatives: Dominic, Domingo, Dominga, Domenico, Doumenic, Mingo, Nika, Nikusha.

Eden

  • Pleasure and delight, that is what "Eden" means in Hebrew.
  • This name evokes in Genesis the garden from which Adam and Eve will be expelled. This name spreads feminine among the Puritans in the seventeenth century, and then in English-speaking countries where it develops in a mixed form. Eden was the name of one of Moses' grandsons. Today, he knows some success in France, more in the feminine.
  • His feast: November 1st at All Saints' Day, the Eden referring to paradise, the one where all the saints go.

Alexis

  • From the Greek verb "alexein", to protect, Alexis is a derivative of Alexander, but took his autonomy very early. In the United States and several English-speaking countries, Alexis is a female given name. In France, on the contrary, it is almost exclusively male, but some little girls wear it. It is very common in Russia.
  • In the eleventh century, the legend of a young and rich Roman of the fifth century, gone to the East in search of God, was an immense success. Today, for the celebration, we refer more to Alexis Falconieri, founder of the 13th century Servants of Mary.
  • His party: February 17 with Alexis or April 22 with Alexander.
  • Its derivatives: Alessi, Alex, Alejo, Alexei, Alexa ...

Camille

  • From Latin "Camillus" meaning messenger, noble child, it is probably of Etruscan origin. The word camilli meant the young Romans who assisted the high priest during the sacrifices. It was first attributed to boys, but soon spread to girls.
  • In France, it was successful especially from the eighteenth and early twentieth century. Since the 1970s, it's mostly a women's offensive!
  • Saint Camille de Lellis was an Italian soldier of the sixteenth century who founded, in Rome, the Order of Servants of the Sick, at the origin of the Red Cross. It is the patron saint of patients and hospitals.
  • His birthday: July 14th.
  • Its derivatives: Camilo, Camilla, Millie, Cammie, Kamilka, Mila, Milla, Milo.

Maxence

  • From Latin maximus, meaning the largest.
  • Maxence is the name of a Roman emperor of the early fourth century. This name was in vogue at the French Revolution.
  • Sainte Maxence lived in the 5th century near Senlis. Remains, in memory, the city of Pont-Sainte-Maxence, in the Oise.
  • Yet worn by a Roman emperor, this name was for centuries exclusively female, probably because of his patron saint who was in fact a saint. This Irish woman who came to live in France at the end of the fifth, was killed by pagans. Today, he is mostly male and is a serious contender for Maxime.
  • His birthday: June 26th.
  • Its derivatives: Max, Maxime, Maximilian, Maximin, Maxine.

Sacha

  • From the Greek alexein, defend, and andros, man, manly, brave.
  • Mixed name, Sacha is the diminutive slave of Alexander. In France, it's an independent name since the beginning of the 20th century. Of Greek origin, Saint Alexander was martyred in Lyon in the 2nd century. But many other saints bear this name.
  • His feast: April 22 with Alexander or August 30, date dedicated in Russia to an orthodox saint, Alexander Newski (1220-1263), national hero after his victory over the Swedes on the banks of the Neva.
  • Its derivatives: Sasha, Sania, Sander.

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From June 20, every Wednesday, from 23.00

Culinary arts superstar Gordon Ramsay brings back TLC viewers from Romania, with the second season of US Masterchef, which will premiere on Wednesday, June 20, from 23.00.

Following nationwide searches, 100 of America's best amateur chefs - including a police officer, an oil engineer, a home decor specialist, a forklift operator, a professional poker player, a classical pianist and a owner of a tattoo parlor - arrive by plane to Los Angeles, hoping to become the future "Masterchef" and return home with the big prize, which will change their life. The jury is looking for great presentations, aromas, originality and creativity, but the most important thing for the competitors who want to have the least chance is to be truly inspired by an immense passion for the culinary art.

In each episode, the contestants have only one hour to prepare their most representative dish, hoping that they will win a multifaceted Master Chef kitchen and enter the culinary competition of their lives. Some will be sent back home, but others will enter the next round of the contest. The winner will receive $ 250,000, his own contract for publishing a cookbook and the title of American Master Chef.

For the American version, the producers have formed a jury team of Gordon Ramsay, one of the world's most famous culinary masters, with two of the most respected US restaurant industry chefs, Chef Graham Elliot Bowles and restaurant owner Joe Bastianich.

Meet the jury

Bowles is a true talent, who became the youngest 4-star chef in America, at just 27 years old. He is a pioneer in the molecular gastronomy movement, a trend that combines cooking with chemistry. His innovative restaurant combines top American recipes to create Chicago's first "bistronomic" restaurant. He has received numerous awards, such as the multi-award winning James Beard Award and has been recognized as a participant and candidate in Top Chef: Masters (Bravo) and Iron Chef America (Food Network).

If his name Joe Bastianich it will sound familiar and natural. His mother is a star of culinary art - cheflebrity Lidia Bastianich. Joe is a friend and business partner with the most successful Italian chef in America, Mario Batali. But Bastianich's life is not just about excellent restaurants. He is also a well-known wine producer, described as a "street philosopher". Renowned names such as Food & Wine and James Beard Foundation have recognized him as an expert in the wine production and restaurant industry. His book on wine combinations, Vino Itialiano, is considered a true standard in the field.

Few people in the Western world don't know who he is Gordon Ramsay. Although his reputation in the United States was mainly based on his explosive temperament and colorful language, in Europe Gordon is considered one of the best culinary masters in the world, one of the most talented and passionate people in the culinary industry. Gordon owns restaurants all over the world, from Italy to Los Angeles, some of them with 3 Michelin stars.

The Snowman. Christmas story for children

Once upon a time there was a snowman that he lived happy, but alone ... So when he looked out of a home window at Christmas and saw how happy they all were together, he wished he could be with them.

What do you think that happened? The snowman may be part of that family. Will he also get share christmas with someone else? Beautiful story full of values ​​to tell children at Christmas. A beautiful story by Hans Christian Andersen to read to our children this Christmas.

It was Christmas night, and the children who always accompanied the Snowman, was in their houses. The snowman felt lonely and sad ...

Nearby, there was a house, and he decided to get closer to see what was going on inside. In doing so, he saw the warm of a home, a table full of food, and a cozy place where it was not cold, because there was no snow ...

The snowman wanted to enter, but could not, because he could not find a way to do so ... But suddenly he saw a frost fall from the sky, he looked at him and smiled. Told him:

- Make a wish of me on this special night. '

The doll replied:

- I want to feel the warmth of a home, like this family ...

- Make your wish then - insisted the frost.

- I want to enter this house and spend Christmas with this family.

- But if you go in there, you will become a pool of water - said the frost.

- Then I want them to go out and spend Christmas with me.

- I can't do that, because if they go out, they'll freeze to death.

- So what can I do?

- It's true, snowman ... - thought the frost - what you need is another snowman with whom to share Christmas ...

The frost was creating another snowman. When he finished, the boy looked out the window.

- Look, dad! Another snowman! He has no scarf! Can I put one on it?

- Yes, go ... - answered the father.

So the boy went out and put his mother's scarf on the newly created snowman ... And that's how the snowman He was never alone at Christmas again.

Author: Hans Christian Andersen

It is important that the child is not only able to read the story, but is also able to understand. For this we suggest that you play this game with him. It is about responding correctly to the questions we have prepared for him, but first you must make sure, for example, that he knows the meaning of all or almost all the words. And you can even do a second reading (if you read it, change your roles).

Here there is no rush, the goal is to enjoy reading the story, stay with the final message (we all want to spend Christmas with friends and families, never alone, for them you have to be supportive and generous), learn new vocabulary and let the imagination take us to other worlds. We leave you some questions to find out if your child has understood the story:

- Why did the snowman want to enter the house?

- Who was the snowman talking to?

- What did the boy find when he looked out the window?

- Did the snowman spend Christmas alone?

The Danish poet and writer Hans Christian Andersen wrote some of the stories that parents have grown up with, such as 'The Ugly Duckling', 'The Little Mermaid' or 'The Princess and the Pea'. They are jewels of literature that are passed from generation to generation and that, surely, you have already cost your children.

There are other titles by Andersen not so well known that will also be very attractive for the little ones in the house. Here is a selection with our favorites.

- The girl of the matchsticks
If you want to continue with the Christmas theme, this story can come in handy. It is true that his argument is a bit sad, but it will serve to explain to your children that there are people who are not lucky enough to own the things that they have.

- The queen of the snow
Kay and Greda are the protagonists of this tale, a story that revolves around children who fight between good and evil. It is, according to many, one of the best works of Hans Christian Andersen, and that has served as inspiration for the Disney movie Frozen.

- The emperor's new suit
Is it better to lie to look good or to tell the truth at the risk of making someone else feel bad? Without a doubt, we recommend this wonderful story for the message it contains: the value of sincerity to educate responsible children.

- Red shoes
This classic of children's literature tells us about the importance of raising humble children and not vain and pretentious people.

- The magic beans
Periquín, the protagonist of this story, gives a lesson to children and adults with his behavior and conduct. With humility, effort and kindness we can achieve everything that we set out to do.

You can read more articles similar to The Snowman. Christmas story for children, in the category of Stories on site.

The outings "contemporary art"

Columns of Buren in the main courtyard of the Palais-Royal, Paris 1st. After an hour on the spot to climb everywhere without fear of breaking anything, the children will perhaps end up remembering the name of the French sculptor painter. Musée Maillol: Miro exhibition from March 16th to July 31st, 2011 with children's workshops from 6 years old. 61, rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris.More info here. The Museum in the Grass: This children's museum often offers exhibitions and excellent workshops around contemporary art. At this moment the children discover the hieroglyphs of Keith Haring. 21, rue Hérold, 75001 Paris. More info here. Palais de Tokyo: this museum is a site of contemporary creations and offers workshops and tales "Tok Tok" from 3 years. 13, avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris. More info here.

Columns of Buren in the main courtyard of the Palais-Royal, Paris 1st. After an hour on the spot to climb everywhere without fear of breaking anything, the children will perhaps end up remembering the name of the French sculptor painter.
Musée Maillol: Miro exhibition from March 16th to July 31st, 2011 with children's workshops from 6 years old. 61, rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris.
More info here.
The Museum in the Grass: This children's museum often offers exhibitions and excellent workshops around contemporary art. At this moment the children discover the hieroglyphs of Keith Haring. 21, rue Hérold, 75001 Paris.
More info here.
Palais de Tokyo: this museum is a site of contemporary creations and offers workshops and tales "Tok Tok" from 3 years. 13, avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris.
More info here.

That falls! Song to play with the baby

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A pair of sneakers that can be worn with a suit or some beautiful sneakers, are some of the models of spring sports shoes for children.

These footwear are always easy to carry by the little ones and they are not a danger to the health of the little ones. There are models that are always in fashion, because they are always in trend.

The collections of spring sports shoes for children appear every year

New collections of spring sports shoes for children appear every year, with some time before the first days of this season come, so that parents and little ones can choose a beautiful pair of shoes.

Online stores are the ones that bring countless variants of spring sports shoes. It can be about a pair of colored sneakers, which can be pink, white, purple, brown, gray, black, white, blue, green or orange.

Also, in these collections such as the collections from Various Brands, you can find many pairs of sneakers, which are more beautiful.

Sports shoes can be of several types

You have to know that sports shoes can be of several types. Thus, it is about pairs of running shoes, which will be especially for a session of light running in the park or on a stadium.

Another type of footwear is casual, which can be worn at the office, with great ease, being a very comfortable option for you, as a mom. Sports shoes are always a good choice, regardless of the season. It can be worn not only in spring, but also in autumn, summer and winter. These pairs are made of quality materials, such as leather, but also turned leather.

But the tennis shoes are made of very good quality canvas, which can withstand as many behaviors.

Sneakers are good for both girls and boys. And adults can wear sneakers, but this depends on the tastes of each person, whether or not he wants such a pair of shoes. But some black people are always right.

Mistakes parents make when we play with our children

The game gives us the opportunity to accompany our children in the development of communication and language. Through play, children learn to interact with us and with other people, and what is most fascinating about this process is that it occurs incidentally, that is, naturally. Without their realizing it, they are practicing motor, language, cognitive, sensory skills and, while this is happening, they are having fun. Sometimes, older people, we hinder this process. These are the mistakes that parents make when we play with our children.

When parents interact with our children, we accompany them in this process of multiple learning, but we do not always do it in the most efficient way so that they can appropriate this knowledge. Sometimes we adopt different 'roles' that hinder it. We are going to know what are the roles that we can take when playing with our child and that limit the interaction with them.

- Role of entertainer or clown
We want to capture their attention permanently, we do everything possible to make it fun and we end up being 'protagonists' and the child a mere 'spectator' who cannot find the place to participate. We have the floor all the time, the child listens and sees our performance, but cannot be included in the game.

- Teacher role
We want to teach all the time, we tell the child what to do, we ask him questions again and again, we test his knowledge instead of playing games with him. We often ask: 'What color is it?', 'What is it called?', 'What do you say?' or 'You know it, tell me what it is?' Faced with this attitude, our child often ends up frustrated, overwhelmed or bored and abandons the interaction with us.

- Role of detective or observer
We do not really know how to include ourselves in their play, so we look at and comment from the outside what the child does or says, but we do not include ourselves in the game completely. We find it difficult to find our role in the game, as if we could not 'connect' at that moment, being difficult to get in tune and interaction.

The good news is that we can find a role that accompanies our children and allows us to enjoy interacting freely, facilitating connection and communication between us. This role is of the 'Sensitive Companion'. When we take this role we use Formula 3 A to encourage our child to interact and communicate. We recognize you and make you feel special by:

- Accept that you take the initiative
We let the child himself show us where he wants to go and what he wants to play with; Let him be the one who starts the conversation and who makes a comment. To let a child take the lead, we must be patient and wait. Giving him time and not interrupting him is the key so he can take the initiative.

- Adapt to 'share the moment'
All we have to do is relax and enjoy the present moment with our son. Leave the cell phone and interruptions for a while so that our imagination can flow, returning to being a child for a while with our son. Let's show our children that we are listening to them: imitating what they do or say or interpreting what they say, that is, confirming the message the child gives us and commenting.

- Add language and experience
We can comment on what is happening so that the child realizes that we are interested in him and in that moment of play or activity that we are doing together. We can add language and experience in many moments! When we are with them and we describe what is happening, we teach them the words they need to understand and use language. The moments can be many: while we put away the toys, we cook together, the moment of the bath, when we set the table. Every everyday moment can be used to interact and add language and experience.

Our unconditional attention and willingness to respond lovingly to our child's attempts to communicate help him gain self-confidence, satisfaction, and a desire to interact with other people. Being a sensitive partner during the interaction will promote fluent communication back and forth and will put us in tune with the feelings and thoughts of our children.

You can read more articles similar to Mistakes parents make when we play with our children, in the category of Being mothers and fathers on site.



How to make an origami rose. Paper crafts

With the origami technique, children can make original and colorful crafts, like this pretty paper rose. On our site we teach you how to make, step by step, a origami rose. It is a very easy craft to do, ideal for children to improve their fine motor skills and concentration.

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