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FORGET CATS! Funny KIDS vs ZOO ANIMALS are WAY FUNNIER! - TRY NOT TO LAUGH
Never without his bath? Nothing is easier with this bathtub which fits in the suitcase and inflates on arrival to have all the comfort. Equipped with a removable lounger, it is suitable from birth to 2 years, then becomes paddling to ward off the heat.
Babymoov evolutionable inflatable bathtub: 26,90 €.
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Focus on the asthma of toddlers
Your toddler coughs often? He is sometimes short of breath during a moderate effort? Today in France, 5 to 6% of children under 6 are affected by asthma. Here's what you need to know.
4 Truths About Toddler Asthma
1. Infant asthma is a bronchial hyper reactivity due to the presence of a virus
- The respiratory mucosa becomes irritated, swells, decreasing the passage of air into the lungs. Later in childhood, different allergens can come into play and cause the same troubles. This is called allergic asthma.
2. The disease is generally underdiagnosed
- Most often, the small asthmatic in power presents three or four severe crises in the year, wrongly considered as respiratory infections. Three episodes of bronchiolitis should suggest asthma. In other cases, he suffers from a dry cough, installed for long months and resistant to all syrups and antibiotics.
3. A short-acting bronchodilator is given to soothe a seizure
- During an asthma attack, a bronchodilator (Ventolin type) is administered to the small patient. Infants need an inhalation tent.
- Fifteen minutes later, the child is relieved. But this efficiency lasts only the action time of the product, ie four hours on average.
4. A basic treatment is essential to preserve bronchial health
- For the most severe cases, inhaled corticosteroids and long-lasting bronchodilators are prescribed for several months. For mild asthma, taking anti-leukotrienes is usually sufficient. It is a new generation of anti-inflammatories proposed from the age of 6 months. These drugs potentiate the effect of inhaled corticosteroids and thus allow their use at low doses.
Toddler Asthma: Warning Signals
- A chronic cough: whatever his age, as soon as he laughs a little too loud, plays like crazy, a cough goes off, dry and barking. These fifths exhaust him day and night and often prevent him from sleeping.
- Shortness of breath, discomfort during moderate efforts: these symptoms are not always visible. From the age of 4 years, a measurement of the breath will pose with certainty the diagnosis of asthma.
- A behavior too calm: in the incapacity to breathe well, he will abstain from playing games of his age ...
Asthma: other ways to protect it
- Hunt the moisture of your home. Molds cause respiratory diseases. Also think about airing and cleaning regularly.
- Remove sources of allergens. The most incriminated are mites followed by cat hair.
- Do not smoke in the presence of children. Tobacco will affect the respiratory development of your child.
Maryse Damiens with the collaboration of Dr. Florence Trébuchon, allergist doctor and author of Overcoming asthma and allergies, published by Albin Michel
Name Armance - Meaning and origin
Origin of first name:
Meaning of the name:
Armance is derived from the Germanic first name "Armand" consisting of "hart" (strong) and "man" (man). This variant of the Armande female name is usually translated as "strong" or "army".
Armance Brown, actress especially seen in "Faraway, So Close!" By Wim Wenders (1993).
Armance (de Zohiloff) is also the name of one of the protagonists of the eponymous novel written by Stendhal.
His character :
With a strong personality, Armance is presented as an independent woman with a will to any test. It is most often pleasant and welcoming. When it is not in its element, it is very flexible and able to adapt. This charming person is very coquettish ... from an early age.
Armancia, Armancianne, Armande, Armandia, Armanda and Armandine.
His party :
Armance is celebrated on December 23rd.
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Surprise your loved ones with a consistent, very aromatic and tasty dessert.
500 ml milk
350 g flour
500 g of cow cheese
1 teaspoon lemon peel
5 tablespoons old
2 tablespoons cream
100 g butter
Method of preparation
Prepare a composition consisting of eggs, milk and flour, rum essence and a pinch of salt. Blend the dough well, then bake the pancakes.
After you have finished preparing the pancakes, prepare the filling for them.
Mix cow's cheese with sugar, lemon peel and cream, using a mixer, until you get a creamy texture. Optionally, you can add some raisins.
Grease a heat-resistant pan with half the quantity of butter, then place the pancakes filled with cheese and well wrapped at the ends.
Place the other half of the butter between the pancakes, then place the baking tray in the preheated oven.
Leave the pancakes at 200 degrees for 20 minutes.
For a special aroma you can serve pancakes with a warm syrup, made from cognac, water, sugar and cinnamon.
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Painting is a pleasure, but beyond entertainment, painting is also a excellent educational tool. In this case, 'The mysterious figure' It is a didactic activity that encourages the imagination and creativity of children. It also has an added value: it is surrounded by mystery, that word that the little ones like so much. Do not miss how to play with your children to discover ... the mysterious figure. Teaches us how to do it Raul Bermejo, Professor of Early Childhood and Primary Education.
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Let's Play! Story Boards & Roller Derby
For those times when the regular nighty-night routine seems a little ho-hum, try substituting your very own hand-animated bedtime story.
Appropriate for: 7 months to 1 year
Skills developed: Verbal, auditory
What you'll need: A flannel board, available from educational toy stores and catalogs; sheets of colored felt and scissors or purchased felt shapes
You can use traditional store-bought felt shapes, which usually come in themed sets (farm animals, numbers, faces) or make your own by cutting them out with scissors. Stick with larger shapes, as you don't want your baby to put small pieces in his mouth.
Sit facing your baby with the felt board propped on your knees so it's clearly visible. Tell your story – any story, really; don't feel you have to be a master narrator – illustrating the major points with the felt shapes. Move characters on and off the board if it's appropriate to the tale.
If your baby seems more interested in chewing on the felt pieces than in listening to your story, save the board for another time. And when your child is much older, it's fun – and very revealing – to have him tell you a felt-board bedtime story.
Even if your baby's not close to crawling, she's probably working on the motor skills she'll use to become mobile. She may even be pushing herself up off the floor or rocking back and forth on hands and knees. This game will help her get rolling.
Appropriate for: 7 to 11 months
Skills developed: Crawling, creeping, or scooting
What you'll need: Two empty 2-liter plastic beverage containers, strong tape, small, brightly colored plastic toys such as dinosaurs and balls, a couple of jingle bells (optional)
Use a knife or scissors to cut off the tops of both beverage containers about a third of the way down. Put four or five small toys inside one container (an assortment of shapes, sizes, and colors looks most interesting, and a jingle bell or two adds a lot of pizzazz), then wedge one container over the other, overlapping the edges an inch or two and forming a closed cylinder. (Since the containers are the same size, you may need to pinch one slightly to get it to fit inside the other.)
Use strong tape such as packing tape or duct tape to seal the container closed, taking care to completely cover any edges, and you have a fun roller. Now put the cylinder on the floor and show your baby how to push it along. It's a great inducement to crawling as she tries to follow the whirling toys across the floor.
Note: Keep an eye on your baby while she plays with this toy to make sure she doesn't manage to get it open, especially if you're using balls or jingle bells small enough to present a choking hazard.
Remember: Each baby develops at a different pace, so if yours isn't quite ready for this week's activities, don't worry – just try them again in a few weeks.
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Head injuries in children - when to see a doctor immediately?Head injuries are one of the most common reasons for parents and children coming to the hospital, as well as hospitalization of the youngest children. In Poland, it is over 40,000 cases a year. From this it follows that, most likely, each parent will sooner or later have to face a difficult situation, which is the occurrence of a head injury in their child. That is why we have prepared for our readers a short guide that will help you get used to this topic a bit. It will tell you how to behave in such a situation and what symptoms should particularly alarm the parent and when to call for help. Head injuries in children from A to Z.
What are head injuries in children?
Head injuries occur most often due to the action of mechanical force on structures located within the anatomical area of the head. As a rule, injuries are divided into light, medium heavy and heavy depending on the occurrence of consciousness disorders, their duration and subsequent disorders.
No matter how severe a child's head injury is, it can never be underestimated because the condition after the injury can change very quickly and can be dangerous to the health or life of the toddler. In addition to the direct consequences of injury are also a big problem post-traumatic syndromes, the effects of which can be long-lasting and very bothersome.
Management of head injuries in children
Although the head trauma in children is not always so serious that it should be assessed by a specialist in the hospital, every parent should know when it is imperative to call for help.
Parent, call an ambulance if:
- The child lost consciousness, is weak, lies down, cannot stand up.
- Seizures, speech or vision disturbances (e.g. double vision or visual field defect) and persistent vomiting have occurred in the child after the injury.
- The child after injury has problems understanding and saying words. There is incomprehensible, indistinct speech, random statements. Has problems with reading and writing and making precise movements.
- Your child has difficulty walking and balance
- The injury occurred as a result of high force. For example, it was a fall from a height of more than 1 meter or 5 or more stairs, a collision, a car or traffic accident.
- You will notice a leakage of transparent fluid from the ears or nose, bruising or hematoma in the ear region (one-sided or bilateral). There will be a hematoma around the eyes (so-called spectral hematoma) without noticeable soft tissue bruising in the eye area, bleeding from the ears (one or both at once), the presence of large hematomas of the skull and large deep wounds of the skin and skull bones.
In the above cases, immediately seek medical attention.
Later effects of the injury
In some cases, disturbing symptoms may not appear until some time after the accident:
- Memory disorders involving the circumstances of the event or preceding it, and other memory disorders. For example, the inability to remember simple words 5 minutes after hearing them, repeatedly asking the same questions, difficulty naming objects.
- Severe headaches, particularly persistent and worse, and combined with nausea and dizziness.
- Vomiting only occurs after a few hours after the injury.
- Sudden loss of consciousness or disturbance of consciousness occurring several hours after the accident
- Excessive agitation
- Problems with concentration, blurred vision and visual acuity.
If such symptoms occur, the child should remain as the fastest to be examined by a specialist in a hospital.
Immediate medical consultation after head injuries is also required for children with coagulation disorders and when taking anticoagulants - in their case, head injury can cause serious intracranial haemorrhage.
Medical management of head injuries in children
If your child has these symptoms, it means that a medical assessment of the extent of head injury and the condition of the injured child is necessary.
In such cases, the child's general condition and appearance are first assessed. Attention is paid to the child's behavior, visible wounds and position. Then his vital functions (pulse, pressure, respiration rate) and pupillary reflexes are assessed. The latter aims to capture the symptoms of increasing intracranial pressure due to e.g. intracranial bleeding.
In some cases, the doctor may order additional tests, e.g. CT of the head or ultrasound (if the fontanella has not yet grown), as well as blood tests.
Depending on the child's condition, it may be necessary to be observed in hospital or hospitalized for the causes of the symptoms associated with the injury, e.g. convulsions or visual and speech disorders.
Head injuries in children are very common, but thankfully in the vast majority of cases they turn out to be harmless. Nevertheless, you should remember in which situations after the injury you should call for help and when it is worth consulting a doctor. Even if the head injury was not serious, it is worth closely observing the child's behavior and condition. To be able to react appropriately in the event of disturbing symptoms.