Irenia: origin and meaning of the name for girl Irenia

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How to keep the green fir?

How to keep the green fir?

Cate Blanchett, pregnant again

Cate Blanchett, pregnant again

Actress Cate Blanchett, is again pissed off with her third child. The actress confirmed her pregnancy on Saturday in her home country, Australia.
38-year-old Cate Blanchett told the premiere of her movie "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" that her pregnancy was just beginning and that her third child should come to the world in April. next year.
The actress is married to director Andrew Upton since 1997 and they have 2 boys, Dashiell John, born on December 3, 2001 and Roman Robert, born on April 23, 2004.
Whether they will have a boy or a girl, Cate Blanchett and her husband said they want to spend a lot of time in Australia, where they are co-directors of the Sydney Theater Company.
Gabriela Hotareanu
November 5, 2007

Dream about insects. Children's Dream Interpretation

Dream about insects. Children's Dream Interpretation

A insect It can be something terrifying for those people who cannot stand these animals, or something really fun for others. There are children who cannot even see them, and others who are willing to be in contact with nature and the open air of the field precisely because of the amount of insects that can be found.

Therefore, it is quite common for children of all types and conditions, both those who they love insects as those who avoid them as much as possible, they are found in their dreams, giving rise to a pleasant sensation or a real nightmare. So what does it mean for you to dream about it?

Despite what it might seem at first, that a child dreams of insects is not entirely positive, at least depending on the 'bug' in question. Meanwhile in the case of the fly, It can be something very annoying, and it could be related to the misbehavior that some children can have in various circumstances.

Dreaming about the fly can reveal that situation of discomfort of our son, which makes him rebel or does not want to follow the rules imposed on him regarding coexistence or education.

If on the other hand we are talking, for example, of a mosquitoIt would also go along the same lines, since it would speak of irritation or a feeling not entirely positive in the case of the child, who would be seeking to attract attention in his environment. If they were cockroaches nor would it be something that bodes well.

On the other hand, we can make a positive reading if the insect in question is for example a butterfly. If our son dreams of a butterfly, possibly that he can caress it or play friendly with it, then luck and fortune are on his side.

The good news and good omens are assured when the child is in his dreams face to face with a butterfly, since it will probably be more pleasant than with another type of insect, and will bring him all good things.

Therefore, the moment the child tells us that has dreamed of insectsIt is recommended that we inquire about what type in question, and the activity with it, since it will depend on whether they are pleasant games, or the most annoying situations.

Marta Marciel. Editor of our site

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Your 35-month-old: Collecting

Your 2-year-old now

Older preschoolers are as passionate about collecting things as adults. They may be trading in rocks instead of oil paintings, but the idea is the same. Developmentally, your preschooler is working hard to classify the world around him into groups and subgroups (mammals, cats, pet cats, white and yellow cats). Collecting suits this kind of mental function perfectly (big rocks, little rocks, white rocks, shiny rocks). Toy collections are fun, but a grown-up has to purchase them – your child can't do it himself. That's why so many starter collections tend to involve natural items (sticks, shells, feathers), because the child can be in control.

Give your child a special place to store his collection, such as a box or shelf. Encourage him to talk with you about it, which helps him articulate what he's thinking. Ask, "Why did you pick that one?" and "Which are your favorites?"

Your life now

As the need to discipline your child increases, you and your partner have ever more opportunities to disagree on an appropriate response. (Sometimes couples who thought they knew one another so well are surprised by the degree to which they disagree about how to raise a child.) Some pointers if it happens to you:

  • Present a united front to your child. Avoid criticizing your partner in the middle of responding to a situation. Plan ahead to avoid future clashes by talking through key issues when you're both relaxed.
  • Agree to disagree. You'll be able to compromise on many issues but not all. In those cases, the one who's with the child the most should hold more sway.
  • Stick to specifics. Limit your discussion to a narrow issue (how much screen time to permit) rather than wading off into generalities ("You always undermine what I say").

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Your 4-week-old's development


Playing with your newborn is a perfect way to gently guide him into his new – and unfamiliar – world. Mobiles with high-contrast patterns and books with photos of babies' faces will captivate him.

A play gym full of compelling toys to look at, swipe at, and listen to will give your baby practice with arm, hand, and finger coordination skills – and make lying down more interesting! You can even lie down on the floor next to your baby and join in the fun.

Although your baby can grab with gusto now, he doesn't yet have the hand-eye coordination to reach for an object you pass in front of him. That skill will develop at about 4 months of age. In the meantime, you'll have to place toys in his hand – your pinky may be an unexpected favorite.

Exploring extremities

At birth, your baby had no idea that his arms and legs were attached to him. That's all changing now as he starts exploring his body. The parts he's discovering first are his hands and feet.

Encourage his interest by holding his arms above his head and asking "How big is baby?" or by reciting "This Little Piggy" and counting his toes. Try moving his hands in front of his face so he can see and feel them at the same time.

Babies have trouble regulating their body temperature, and their circulation isn't perfect just yet. Keep in mind that some of your baby's body heat escapes through his hands and feet. Make sure little toes and fingers are covered on cold days, particularly when the two of you go outside.

Baby talk

Your baby may gurgle, coo, grunt, and hum to express his feelings. A few babies also begin squealing and laughing. Be sure to coo and gurgle back, and talk to your baby face to face. He'll enjoy holding your gaze now.

If you have things to do, your baby will still enjoy hearing your voice from across the room. And don't feel silly about talking Motherese or baby talk – babies are particularly attuned to this high-pitched, drawn-out way of communicating that can actually teach your baby about the structure and function of language.

Narrate your day to your baby. He'll enjoy your conversation and may even start to chime in with his own comments.

Remember, your baby is an individual

All babies are unique and meet milestones at their own pace. Developmental guidelines simply show what your baby has the potential to accomplish – if not right now, then soon. If your baby was premature, keep in mind that kids born early usually need a bit more time to meet their milestones. If you have any questions at all about your baby's development, ask your healthcare provider.

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