Once upon a time there was a princess. Real, fabulous. And as beautiful as they are written about in books. That is, blonde, with a wasp waist and large blue eyes. In the kingdom where she lived, everyone was just talking about her beauty. Only the princess was forever unhappy. Either the throne was set hard, then the chocolate is too bitter. And she grumbled around the clock.
Once she heard from a boy running after her carriage, unusual loud words. And there was such anger in them and some strange power that the princess realized if these words were used in the kingdom, then everyone would be scared of her and would love her even more. So she began to do. What’s wrong with her, she immediately shouts: “You are a freak, beastless cattle,” and the servants immediately part, and the priest asks if she will say anything special. It hurts too angry because. The princess realized that there was great power in evil words and began to use them left and right to strengthen her power …
But once this happened. The blonde princess went, grumbling and scolding everyone, as always, into her favorite garden. Here she could be alone and admire the swans floating in the pond. Passing the familiar road, she suddenly Continue reading
By this age, most children can walk independently. The first step is behind, and ahead are new skills and abilities, conquering new heights. The child is already learning to overcome new obstacles, climb over fences, climb climbs.
Most children have 8 teeth by the age of 1 year. Someone has more, someone less. Teething is an individual matter. Make sure your child has received enough vitamin D. Remember that your child’s need for vitamin D increases after a year. Now the need for vitamin D is 600 IU / day according to WHO.
By the age of one year, the child sleeps less during the day. Many babies go to a single daytime sleep, Continue reading