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Riddle: What goes up

Guess riddle


What goes up
and it never goes down

Guess, guess ... Riddles for kids are a great way to stimulate intelligence, logic and creativity in your little ones. Also, this children's game provides a wonderful opportunity to spend time with the family.

For this reason, in GuiaInfantil we have created a fun application to play riddles as a family, with thousands of riddles to stimulate children in their learning and help them learn vocabulary with a fun game.

You can search children's riddles from different categories, pick a random puzzle, get clues, and enjoy an afternoon of family leisure, in the company of our mascot Ragged. Go ahead and try your luck!

Can you solve the riddle and escape Hades? - Dan Finkel

Home wafers

Home wafers

If you want to give your little ones a delicious dessert, simple to prepare, we recommend you prepare homemade wafers.

Preparation time

45 minutes




6 was Neapolitan

250 ml milk

200 g old

4 tablespoons flour

1 tablespoon cocoa

1 tablespoon butter

Method of preparation

Put the milk on the heat, over low heat, then add the butter and stir until melted.

Pour sugar, gradually, in several halves. Proceed in the same way with flour and cocoa and mix everything with a slurry, so that it does not turn coconut.

You need to keep this composition on fire, stirring continuously, about 10 minutes. It will result in a kind of chocolate pudding.

The cream is left to cool for 10 minutes, after which it spreads on the wafers. Alternate the wafers and the chocolate cream, taking care that the last wafers remain unpolished.

Cover the resulting Neapolitan with a cotton towel, then place a weight on top.

Let the Neapolitan press for several hours, preferably from evening to morning. Slices of wafers in the form of rhombuses, with the help of a coiled knife, of bread.


Add the coffee essence in this cream and a few walnuts chopped finely, for a special aroma.

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Is Influenza A Child Or Just Cold?

Did you send your child home from school with a throat, cough and high fever? Is it flu or just a cold? It is often not easy to decide based on the symptoms.

Symptoms can be overwhelming has collected how you can determine that your child has unfortunately been the victim of an influenza pandemic or has taken just one cold. Let's see the different things!

In case of flu

  • the onset of the disease is rapid
  • your child's fever is high
  • the degree of leverage is severe
  • your child's head is head
  • your child's bag is in the pipeline
  • your child has muscles in the head
  • your child is shaken by the cold

In case of freezing

  • the onset of the disease is slow
  • your child's fever is low or non-existent
  • the degree of leverage is slight
  • your child's head is not tired
  • your kid's normal is normal
  • your child's muscles don't burn
  • your child is not shaken by the cold
If most answers fall into the first category, then your child is likely to have flu. If you go to the second one, you are just getting a cold. But in this case, too, it is not easy, the symptoms can quickly change as the disease progresses. If you are just suspected of having the flu, take it to your doctor. Some bacterial diseases, such as sore throat or pneumonia, also produce symptoms similar to the flu or the common cold. If your child's condition does not improve, refer the doctor!


Children and infants with chronic illnesses are much more likely to have the flu, and often need hospital treatment for the disease. They have a doctor red medicine can also give you relief of flu symptoms. However, this is only possible within 48 Urans following the onset of the first symptoms of influenza. That is why it is important not to hesitate if you are suspected of having an influenza. you need a lot of rest and plenty of fluids for healing. You may also want to think about whether you should vaccinate your child against influenza?Related articles about influenza:

Meaning of the name Basiliano. Name for boys

Meaning of the name Basiliano. Name for boys

Among all the names for boys we highlight Basilian. You will find in our search engine all the meanings of baby names.

The Basilian Fathers, also known as the Congregation of Saint Basil, are a religious order founded in the 4th century that follows the Rule of Saint Basil (Saint Basil of Caesarea, called Basil the Great)

From the proper name in Latin Basilides, derived from Basilio with a patronymic suffix, that is, "Son of Basilio"

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Basiliano name coloring page printable game

Basiliano: pictures of the names coloring page printable game

Basiliano name coloring page printable game

Drawing with the name Basiliano coloring page printable game

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Name Ancelin - Meaning of origin

Name Ancelin - Meaning of origin

Origin of first name:


Meaning of the name:

Ancelin is a name inspired by the Latin word "ancilla" meaning "servant".


No celebrities named Ancelin.
Saint Anselm lived in the eleventh century and studied theology by becoming a Benedictine. Recognized for his kindness and sympathy, he became archbishop of Cantorbery. He died on April 21, 1109.

His character :

Serene in all circumstances, Ancelin stands out for his courage, determination and strong will. Authoritarian in nature, he easily imposes his opinions and has no problem to be respected. Ancelin acts with firmness and conviction. He is always true to himself and requires others to do the same.
Charmer, he never doubts him, and this assurance helps him succeed in everything he does.
In emotional and social life, Ancelin is tender, affectionate and demanding.



His party :

The Ancelin are honored on April 21st.

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Ask Dr. Karp is a monthly Q & A series with world-renowned pediatrician Harvey Karp. Each month, he'll join us on the our site Blog to answer questions from our fans.

Q. My almost 3-month-old gets only breast milk. At the beginning of this month he would take a bottle of breast milk, but lately he won't have anything to do with a bottle, even if the milk is freshly expressed. For two weeks I've tried everything from letting someone else feed him to holding him in different positions, walking around, and everything in between! I've stuck with the same brand of nipple, and I even wait five to ten minutes to nurse him after he refuses the bottle. Next week I return to school, and my husband will be staying with our son for three hours at a time. I'm at my wits' end. If you have any suggestions, I would be forever grateful!

Dr. Karp: Your little guy's resistance is frustrating, but it's actually pretty common. The "stripping" sucking that babies do on a breast is very different from "chomping" sucking that they do on a bottle. Most babies can go back and forth between breast and bottle without any problem, but some get into big-time difficulties.

The most common problem doctors see is when the parents offer too many bottles, too soon. Having bottles during the first couple of weeks of breastfeeding can confuse a baby, and many will flatly refuse to take the breast. (The stripping sucking takes more work than the biting on the rubber nipple that gets the milk flowing.) That's why it's recommended that moms avoid all bottles until breastfeeding has gone well for two weeks.

The next most common problem is the one you're having, and it happens when you wait too long to offer a bottle. Many parents offer a bottle once or twice, and when their baby does well with it, they don't offer the next bottle for another few weeks. They make the very reasonable – but wrong – assumption that if their baby takes a bottle easily a couple of times she will always do fine with one. But most babies require a bottle every day or two to keep up their practice. (But beware! More than a bottle a day can totally undermine the nursing.) And, if too much time goes by without any bottles, some babies (like yours) just dig in their heels and refuse.

Fortunately, you may still be able to get your baby taking bottles. Interestingly, waiting until a baby is ravenously hungry – the strategy most people suggest – almost never works. Hungry babies are even more persnickety about what is in their mouth.

Instead, I recommend you try the following little "bait and switch" technique:

Three-quarters of the way through a nursing – when your little guy's sucking has slowed and his body has melted into a relaxed little bundle in your warm arms – gently ease the breast out of his mouth and slip in a bottle of warm breast milk. To encourage him, squeeze the nipple a little to get a few drops of the sweet milk to come out. If he resists, put the breast back in and try again in a couple of minutes.

Once he does suck a little, you can help make it go even better by using this "reverse psychology" from the Happiest Baby routine: Pull back slightly on the bottle every time he gives it a little suck. This makes most babies suck a little harder as if to say, "Hey, that's mine! Don't take it away!"

You may have to offer the bottle of warm milk over and over for several days, but don't give up! You have a 50 to 70 percent chance that this will work to get him back to taking a bottle once a day.

If all else fails you can feed him with a spoon or eyedropper. It's slow, but effective.

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