The butterfly The posture of the butterfly is specifically recommended to tone and soften the thighs and pelvic muscles. A posture not to be missed especially at the approach of D-Day. In a sitting position, pull your legs and feet inward until the heels touch your buttocks.
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the name: From the Germanic god which means "god" and lieb which means "dear", Gottlieb means "loved by God". In French, it is translated by Théophile. Celebrities: Among the famous people bearing this name are the Swiss entrepreneur and politician Gottlieb Duttweiler (founder of the Migros Cooperative and the Alliance of Independents party), the German mechanical engineer Gottlieb Daimler (co-inventor of the motors and the inventor of the motorcycle), the pianist of Viennese origin Gottlieb Wallisch (especially known for his performances of Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart) and the German musician and singer Gottlieb Wendehals (whose real name is Werner Böhm).
The park: a good idea The park has the advantage of delimiting a familiar and reassuring play area for your budding explorer. He can start playing there from 6-7 months. As he feels safe, he will want to sit up, especially if you hang some toys.
Divorce, parenthood, mothers' work, father's place ... INSEE has studied the evolution of lifestyles and the perception that different generations have of them. Not surprisingly, the older ones favor traditional patterns while the mentality of the younger ones evolves. (News 03/03/11) The work of mothers, yes but ... More than half of respondents think that a child under 3 years is likely to suffer from the fact that his mother works (53% of men and 49 % women).
Lullabies have magical power with babies! They help to indulge in sleep and protect during dreams. They are also a great moment of exchange and a link between generations. The child psychiatrist Marcel Rufo tells us more. Find more episodes of Rufo says too much produced not Milan Press: What is the ideal age gap to have a second child?
Pre-eclampsia, high blood pressure (hypertension) or pregnancy toxemia, three names for a specific pathology of pregnancy that can lead to serious complications for the health of the mother and child and requires increased surveillance. Pre-eclampsia or toxemia, what difference?