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It's your turn to copy

It's your turn to copy

It's not nice to copy ... except in this funny game where it is precisely the goal!

A game from 4 years

  • The goal: to mimic and memorize actions that follow one another.
  • The children stand in a circle, standing up.
  • A player mimes an action: brushing teeth, for example.
  • The next player mimics the same action, then adds another: climb to scale, walk his dog, and so on.
  • Council +: miming an action helps to memorize, but you can just choose to add a gesture, snap your hands, blink. The main thing is to repeat without being wrong ...

Santa Tecla Day, September 23. Names for girls

Santa Tecla Day, September 23. Names for girls

Tecla is a name for a girl of Greek origin that means "to whom the gods give fame", so its meaning is loaded with all the protection of destiny.

Although it is not one of the most frequent names and its use still presents some strangeness, Tecla can provide that perfect distinguished touch for your daughter. He celebrates his name day on September 23, which is the day of Santa Tecla.

Because of the meaning of her name, Tecla has an overwhelming personality, with great self-confidence and who is not left with good luck. Perhaps that is why she is so successful in social relationships and because she also possesses contagious joy. Tecla is also committed and hard-working and does not hesitate to take on responsibilities in the family and work environment.

The name Tecla is known throughout the world with hardly any variations thanks to the Greek tradition, although it has not been a frequent name at any time or in any place. This guarantees its originality and freshness, as it is not worn down by its frequency. And we can assure you that it is one of the most charming names for any girl.

It may help you to choose the name of your baby all those places around the world that bear the name of Tecla or Santa Tecla. This is the case of Monte Tecla, a Celtic fort located in Pontevedra whose archaeological ruins are worth visiting. Nor can we forget that childish character, companion of Maya the bee, the spider Tecla.

Although it is in the religious sphere where we find more women who carried the name of your daughter. Thus, in addition to the popular Santa Tecla, whom they tried to martyr while devoured by wild beasts, but nevertheless the animals insisted on respecting and protecting, we meet Tecla of Romagna and Tecla of Kitzingen.

To know the origin and meaning of other names that celebrate their saint in the month of September, consult our calendar of the names of September saints. You will find all the curiosities related to the name and date of your birthday.

Plus, we have the most comprehensive guide to baby names for boys and girls. Here you will find all the baby names arranged alphabetically to know their origin and meaning.

Laura Velez. Contributor to our site

You can read more articles similar to Santa Tecla Day, September 23. Names for girls, in the category of Saints - Biblicals on site.



I hate parenting: There, I said it

I haven't been completely honest with you, in part because I'm ashamed and in part because I've been stuffing the obvious truth down so hard for so long I've grown accustomed to the denial. I'm not good at it, do not enjoy the vast majority of it, and quite truthfully don't want to do it anymore.

If this were a job I'd have quit already, turned in my two-weeks notice and sought out a new venture. One that I was more naturally suited for, one that afforded me the opportunity to excel, pursue my passions, and grow.

But that's the thing about parenting. That's the catch. There is no going back.

I remember PSA campaign posters from my teen years meant to empower those in bad relationships. "You have the right to break up," they read. "You have the right to change your mind." But you don't get that here. There's no sniff test, no warranty, no opt-out clause, no take-backs. I can't break up with my kids no matter how much they misbehave, no matter how much physical or verbal abuse there may be.

(There isn't hardly any of those latter two in my case, thankfully, but the point still stands – a child can hit/bite/scratch a parent and say they hate them as many times as they'd like and the parent still doesn't get a pass to leave.)

I'm good on the surface, diligent about homework and shuttling this kid or the other to this place or another, but crap at the bigger issues. I cannot, for the life of me, get my kids to stop bickering. I have talked, yelled, whispered, counseled and punished with regularity for nearly a decade now with little effect. I am Sisyphus forever trying, and forever failing to succeed.

The kicker, I suppose, is that I rather like my children as individuals. I just don't want to parent anymore.

The eldest, age nine, is smart as a whip and is a budding creator. The younger boy, age eight, is a spitfire that can be aggravating one minute but have me laughing with his wit the next. They're great kids. I'd love to have the privilege of knowing them while someone else raises them.

I'm tired and I want out.

Allow me to preemptively address a few anticipated comments to going public with my hatred of parenting. I've been here seven years, and have some idea of how these things tend to go:

Your poor kids.

I know, right? I too wish they had that other kind of mom, the one who actually makes Pinterest things and excels in her role. Alas, they don't. They've got me and I guess we're going to muddle through.

But what if they read this someday?

Yep, they might. Right now they think my job is to, and I quote, "play video games on my computer all day," so I've got my fingers crossed if and when they do find this post it will be enough years down the road that they can read it with an open mind. This is me, being honest. This is the truth of my parenting experience.

I've dealt with infertility. You should be thankful just to be able to have kids!

I'm sorry it's been a struggle for you. I don't get that either, why it's so hard for some people to have a baby and not for others, it's totally unfair.

You should have thought about this before you had kids.

Sadly, I did. I did consider that it'd be hard, I did consider that I had previously thought about not having kids, but I also thought all the stuff I'd read about hearts bursting open with previously unfathomable depths of love and devotion would happen for me too. I'm underwhelmed by reality.

You see, what I'm beginning to suspect is either I'm a cold-hearted witch (a solid possibility), or those of you out there whose "hearts overflow with love" while snuggling with your kids are exaggerating. I like snuggling, for sure, but I also like warm chicken soup. It's nice and I'm fond of it -- but it's no end-all and be-all.

Have you all out there with your superlatives just set the bar too damn high and I'm exhausted grasping for it? Am I lacking in emotional enthusiasm, or have you all just exaggerated your feelings beyond what is realistically achievable?

What is this post even doing on BabyCenter?

Hey there, I think the Q&A concluded already, but whatever.

I'm here to share the honesty of my experience so that another out there may feel kinship. Perhaps 100 or 1,000 of you will relate, perhaps only one, but that's who my story is here for – you, if you're the one who needs it. Everyone else, please just consider this post as a discussion point.

I'm not going anywhere, in real life (like it or not) or away from this blog (fingers crossed). I am a parent, and will continue to intensely be so for at least another decade. There's no changing that fact.

I confessed my true feelings about parenting to a friend recently in private, testing the waters before going public, and was relieved to find she commiserated in some ways. She told me, "I have been extremely blessed with easy, funny kids, but I still have a weekly, 'How the F did I get here. I was not cut out for this. I hate this!' moment. It's not about not loving my kids, its about hating all that goes with being their provider, protector and effing unpaid housekeeper."

Indeed, it does feel good to know someone else understands.

Do you really, truly like parenting?

Photos: MorgueFile, Sara McGinnis

Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.

I Hate My Sister

Antiviral vaccine and polyps Question:

- My boy was given a 13-month measles vaccine on February 23, 2008, and after 2 days some red spots appeared on his face, which then had a yellow spot on the tip, and the polyps were inflamed (a problem at he is older) and his nose runs. I understood that this vaccine has adverse effects on measles, but not so serious that when taken but inoculated with this vaccine is a milder form. I was told by my local doctor that I was for polyps that he has low immunity and that is why every time a vaccine is given, his immunity decreases and the polyps become inflamed. Can you tell me what the cause is for other tips?

Answer:

The antiviral vaccine is a live attenuated vaccine, which contains live, attenuated viral strains that induce the formation of specific antibodies directed against the measles virus and which will react to future contact with the virus, preventing disease.

The vaccine is generally well tolerated by children, the complications being exceptional. As adverse effects, however, they may appear within a few days after vaccination, symptoms similar to measles: fever, drowsiness or agitation, nasal secretion and a rash, but these are usually limited.


These side effects are caused by the body's reaction to the presence of viral strains in the body.

Regarding the adenoid vegetation (polyps) they are made up of lymphatic tissue that forms the pharyngeal amygdala, located on the posterior wall of the nasopharynx (behind the nostrils); when the pharyngeal amygdala hypertrophies (increases in size) these adenoid or polyp vegetations appear.

Lymphatic tissue is very sensitive and easily inflamed. Thus any inflammation in the ENT sphere (rhinitis, pharyngitis) is accompanied by inflammation of the adenoid vegetation.

These vegetations atrophy after 6 years. If, however, it causes severe nasal obstruction or complications (recurrent otitis, recurrent rhinopharyngitis) occur, the ENT specialist may recommend their surgical removal.

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