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Why we must defend the Rights of the Child

The November 20 the Universal Day of the Rights of the Child is celebrated or, simply, Children's Day. Not everyone knows this date, not even many know that it exists, so very few will remember that 21 years ago, that same day, the United Nations General Assembly approved the Declaration of the Rights of the Child.

Recognizing the fact that all children, regardless of their race, religion, social class, the country where they live, etc., have rights, makes us see the child as an integral being, with basic needs to be able to live. Rights are their protective shield and therefore should defend them from injustice, abuse, mistreatment, hunger, abandonment ... in different circumstances.

It is very common that we see in the press, newspapers and television, images of children in very underdeveloped countries who have to get water from any ditch, eat what they can, sleep under a bridge, having to work, instead of going to the school, play with friends and with dolls, strollers ...

It is very difficult to explain and make our children understand how lucky they are to have been born in a place and to have a family that cares for them, protects them, and provides them with everything they need so that they live a happy childhood and doing ' things of children 'and not' of adults'.

We have all heard the typical phrase let him be just a child! Yes, he's just a boy and, precisely for this reason, it is necessary to take care of him, pamper him and protect him in a way that is different from that of adults, regardless of the country, regardless of his race or religion. Children are innocent beings who are not mature enough to decide or know what their legal rights are, much less resort to them at certain times.

Talk to your child about his rights and teach him that he too has to respect the rights of his friends, cousins, siblings or classmates. From a very young age, it is necessary to explain to children that all boys and girls like them have the right to have a name and a nationality, to have a family that takes care of them, pampers them and provides them with all the affection they need, to eat, to be able to go to the pediatrician when they are ill or to go to school and receive an education and know a culture.

It is very important that children know these Rights but also that they know the reality that we cannot turn our backs on. They are fathers, mothers, educators, and any adult around them, who are in charge of explaining to children that they all have a series of Rights that we must respect without excuses and why it is so important that they respect each other.

Children, whatever the country they are from, have the right to adequate food, to have a house with the necessary hygiene and cleanliness conditions, to adequate health care, and to play and have fun instead of working, what are they for? !

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13 tracks for a fulfilling pregnancy

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Soon mom! It makes you radiant, and a little anxious sometimes too. To keep a good control of these nine months, here are our tips and our good leads.

Karine Ancelet

13 tracks for a fulfilling pregnancy (13 pics)

1. Pamper your body in institute

Do you want to relax, chase away tiredness or simply take care of your body? It's time to treat yourself to some relaxing massage sessions in the cozy space of a beauty salon. A time of rest to relax you. Ask the beautician for a modeling treatment for the face, legs and hands.
Then, many other massages can be proposed to you, as for example the lateralized massage: lying on a table, you are on the side maintained by cushions. The body coated with vegetable oils and milk, you let go. Massages connect all parts of your body: feet, legs, buttocks, hips, back, arms and neck. A passage on the chest, sternum and a single movement on the belly. You then change sides and it's gone again.

2. Become a follower of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the oldest medicine in the world, Ayur means "life, strength" and veda "knowledge". Ayurvedic institutes offer prenatal massages from the 3rd month of pregnancy until the end. They accompany the various transformations of the body and take into account the emotional state of the future mother.
During a session, your body, with the exception of the belly, is first coated with warm organic sesame oil. The massage is done by pressure on specific areas of the body. You are lying, naked, on the side or on the back, well wedged with cushions. If you are modest, a thin sheet is placed on your body and moved at the discretion of the massage. Depending on the stage of your pregnancy, some parts are more or less worked. With this technique, you can even enjoy your baby's first massage in utero.
Where to inquire ayurveda-france.org

3. Get back to work with the thalasso

Rest, relaxation, fitness. Feel free to escape one week after taking advice from your doctor. The cures are carried out between the 3rd and the 6th month of pregnancy. On the program: affusion showers, relaxing water jets, water aerobics, prenatal massages (massages) and a dietary consultation. You can also choose to follow a cure "special heavy legs". Attention, all the centers do not offer cures "special future mother".
Where to inquire france-thalasso.com

4. Get on with acupuncture

Acupuncture brings a real answer to the evils of pregnancy. It is effective against anxiety, irritability, vomiting in the first months, back pain and sciatica due to baby's weight in the third trimester. It also helps to solve the problems of gastric reflux and insomnia and promotes relaxation.
However, you must be careful: choose an acupuncturist initiated in obstetrics, because some points, especially on the legs and hands, are prohibited during the first months.
Where to inquire medecines-douces.com

5. Facilitate your digestion

The more your belly rounds and the more your digestive tract is compressed, which can lead to constipation. To facilitate your intestinal transit, choose foods rich in fiber. Prepare meals with vegetables such as leeks, green beans, eggplants, and do not mix them. Be careful, the excess of fibers is irritating.
Try to eat regularly avoiding big meals. Drink in moderation. Drink water at will. It weighs down the food inside the digestive tract, thus facilitating the transit and rapid evacuation of toxins.

6. Positve with sophrology

Inspired by hypnosis, sophrology is a relaxation therapy that combines relaxation and mental concentration. Used throughout the pregnancy, it calms anxieties, eliminates tension and allows to fully experience childbirth. As long as you are ready to spend time, because its effectiveness requires training.
It is practiced individually or in a group, it's up to you. In a comfortable position, sitting or standing, the work is based on breathing, gestures and positive memories. Sophrology can also be approached as part of a preparation for birth. This technique is reimbursed if you are followed by a sophrologist or midwife as part of a preparation for birth.
Where to inquire sophrologie.com

7. Save your legs

Your rounded belly, which must be worn, the influx of hormones related to your pregnancy, all this disrupts your circulation. To ease your legs, practice walking and think of sliding a cushion under your feet when you are in bed or in front of the TV. Dare a few cold showers, going up from the feet to the pelvis, and for quick relief, massage from ankle to thigh along the muscles. For the thighs, move from the inside to the outside with large circular motions.
If you really suffer, if your legs tend to swell, do not wait: go to the physiotherapist for lymphatic drainage sessions. This technique is to boost the lymphatic circulation through a series of gentle pressures manually performed along the legs, from bottom to top. The elimination of toxins and water being accelerated, the legs deflate. To be done once a week, after seeking the advice of your doctor.

8. Make life come true

Due to an influx of hormones, your gums are particularly fragile and can catch fire, especially in the last two quarters. Some women also suffer from gastroesophageal acid reflux. To prevent your teeth from getting damaged, take care of them.
Brush your teeth after every meal and at the slightest concern, do not hesitate to make an appointment with your dentist.
More about the health of your pregnant teeth

9. Practice shiatsu or the art of Japanese massage

Shiatsu, which means "pressure" (atsu) of the "fingers" (shi), is to stimulate points of the body or face through which the meridians pass. During a shiatsu massage, you will be supported by pillows. The pressures are with the thumbs, elbows and knees. It's up to you to choose the sitting or lying position which offers you a real relaxation!
Shiatsu will calm your muscle and joint pains. It is also very effective against the excesses of nervousness and abdominal discomfort caused by insistent kicking of your baby.
Shiatsu can be chosen for comfortable birth preparation and to maintain control of yourself. You will learn how to locate the tensions in your body and release them consciously.
Where to inquire ffst.fr

10. Move

The sport tones the muscles and provides a great well-being. Never force and ban any violent activity. The more months go by, the more you will slow down, of course!
Choose several short sessions rather than one long one. Warm up and practice sports that improve venous return, abdominal muscles and endurance. Swimming is very suitable for future moms.
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11. Practice qigong

The regular practice of soft gymnastics such as qigong provides immediate stimulating effects, relaxation and good stress management.
Perfect during pregnancy, qigong offers exercises that harmonize body and mind. based on three principles: the controls of movement, breathing and thought.
Where to inquire www.medecines-douces.eu

12. Learn how to care

Remind your family that on maternity leave there is the word "leave": you need to rest. The solution, involve everyone in household chores. Get help from the family or a housekeeper.
You can also use state-approved home care providers. You will receive a tax deduction. With a certain advantage: more administrative and social formalities, more employer responsibility, the provider takes care of everything.
Where to inquire At your Caf or your town hall and on www.services-aux particuliers.com

13. Watch over your sleep

It is important to find the right position. Opt for the fetal position on the side, a pillow under your head, or for the position on the back, legs folded to reduce lumbar lordosis, not to mention the cushion under your knees. Mattresses and soft pillows are to flee.
Try to go to bed every day at the same time and especially not too late. Use herbal teas like verbena or lemon balm for their digestive qualities, linden, chamomile, passionflower or lemon balm for their soothing action. For a faster and longer lasting effect, drink your herbal tea just before going to bed.
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French names for boys and girls. D - K

Choose your baby's name. Some parents are clear about it, but others have not made up their minds yet.

can I help you? Well here we have many proper names of people, with their respective origins and meanings, although their meanings vary according to the sources and interpretations.

Children's Guide is a magazine for fathers, mothers and pregnant women to learn how to take better care of our children and babies. We present complete information on pregnancy, childbirth, infant decoration, umbilical cord blood banks, gift baskets and newborn baskets.

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DAVINADITRY
DEBORAHDOMI
DELPHINEDOMINIQUE
DENISEDONATE
DIANA
DIANE
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DOMINIQUE
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DOROTHÉE
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EDWIGEEDOUARD
ÉGLANTINEELLIOT
ELÉAELOUAN
ELÉONOREEMERICK
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ElieEMILIEN
ELIÈSEmmanuel
ÉLINEENGUERRAND
ELISAERIC
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ELISEETHAN
ELIZABETHETIENNE
ELOANEEUGÈNE
ElodieEURYDICE
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ELOANEEUGÈNE
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ELVIRE
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EMELYNE
EMI
EMILIE
EMMA
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EMMY
EMNA
ENOLA
ENORA
ERICA
ERIKA
Erina
BE
ESTELLE
ESTHER
EUGÉNIE
EVE
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EVANIE
EVARISTE
EVE
EVELINE
EVELYNE
EVY
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FANCHONFABRICE
FANFANFAUSTIN
FANNYFelix
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FELICEFLORIAN
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FLORENTINEFRÉDÉRIC
FLORIANE
FLORINE
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FRANCE
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FRANCINE
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FRÉDÉRIQUE
FemaleMale
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GAÉTANEGABRIEL
GAÏAGAEL
GARANCEGAËTAN
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GEORGETTEGASPARD
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GERALDINEGATIEN
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GERSENDREGAUTIER
GERTRUDEGÉDÉON
GHISLAINEGEMINY
GILBERTEGEOFFREY
GINAGEOFFROY
GINETTEGEORGE
GISÈLEGEORGES
THANK YOUGÉRARD
GUILLEMETTEGERMAIN
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GWENGILLES
GWENAËLLEGILLOU
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GWENDOLAGRATIEN
GRÉGOIRE
GREGORY
GUÉNOLÉ
GUILHEM
GUILLAUME
GUILLIAN
GUSTAVE
GUY
GWENDAL
FemaleMale
HARMONIEHENRI
HÉLÈNAHENRY
HÉLÈNEHERBERT
HILONABoiled
HORTENSEHIPPOLYTE
HUGUETTEHONOR
HUBERT
HUGO
HUGUES
HYACINTHE
FemaleMale
AGNESILHAN
INGRIDIMANOL
IRÈNEISAAC
IRINA
IRMA
ISABELLA
ISABELLE
FemaleMale
JACINTEJACOB
JACKIEJACQUES
JACQUELINEJARNO
JADEJEAN
JANELLEJEAN-BAPTISTE
JANELLEJEAN-CLAUDE
JASMINEJEAN-FRANÇOIS
JEANETTEJEAN-JACQUES
JEANNEJEAN-LOUIS
JENNIFERJEAN-LOUP
JESSICAJEAN-LUC
JOANIEJEAN-MARC
JOANNEJEAN-MARIE
JOCELYNEJEAN-MICHEL
JOELLEJEAN PAUL
JOHANNAJEAN-PHILIPPE
JOHANNEJEAN PIERRE
JOLIANEJEAN-SÈBASTIEN
JORDANEJEAN-YVES
JOSEJEANNOT
JOSEPHINEJÉRÉMIE
JOSETTEJEROME
JOSIANEJESUS
JUDICAËLJOAQUIM
JUDITHJOCELIN
JULIAJOCELYN
JulieJOE
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JOHAN
JOHANN
JONAS
JONATHAN
JORDAN
JORIS
JOSE
JOSEPH
JOSSELIN
JULES
JULIEN
JUNIOR
JUSTIN
JUSTINIEN
FemaleMale
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KARENKÉNAN
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KAROLANNKILYANN
KASSANDRAKYLLIAN
KATELL
KATIA
KETTY
KÉVINA
KINA
KLERVI
KYA
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What is the difference between nutrition and room cleanliness?

How can you make both go easy? What is one thing that both characterize and can be applied to other areas of your education?

What is the difference between nutrition and room cleanliness?


I have never had any engraved parenting principles, I have always tried to steer my babies according to the personality of my children, our family habits, and to some extent the environment. However, I insisted on one thing, although I never formulated a pretzel. I wanted to see no tension and no bad condition for my kids' input and output. That is, for food and for toileting.I would have liked (and still do) to be entertaining and conscious and be natural. And all of these can be established at the start of a diet and at a party routine.Unfortunately, there are many adults who have all kinds of eating disorders, food allergies or other digestive problems, and this can often lead to them. Just one personal example: I tend to eczema myself, which is not good for cow's milk and dairy products. When I was a kid, my parents - from a strong mercy - pushed cow's milk, because at the time, "my advertisement" said milk life, strength, health, because my grandparents had a cow, and then "that is not true," . Needless to say, eczema hit me, it lasted for years and I didn't become asymptomatic. My grandfather is very much like me, he is also eczema-prone, he doesn't like milk. I don't force it. I think that's it the most important guideline: do not force anything! Neither is it hurting or hurting. Of course, you can try to cook a meal once or twice, even if your kid doesn't like it, but if it doesn't, don't force it. Will try again in a couple of weeks. If you still don't like it, don't force it. Maybe your organization knows better than you what you need. (Just to say softly: your own body knows well what you need, you just need to understand your answers.) I used to follow the same principle of party: don't force anything! One of my children became a housekeeper at 2 years, the other at 2 and a half years, the third at 3 years old. But each of them took almost a couple of days to recover and I can count an accident in my hand as many times as I had an accident while sleeping. Anyway, I think that the kids' nervous system is simply waking up to the need for a pee / poop stimulus to go to the toilet. And this process of writing is not worthwhile and should not be interfered with. be patient, let go of your worries (But after all, the child of a neighbor is clean at home! Well, all the kids evolve at me!) And have fun with their age. The blogger has his own page here:
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