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Dangerous plants: keeping children safe

Making your garden safe for children Gardens are generally safe and interesting places, and children often love spending time in them. But gardens aren't always designed with children in mind. Supervising your child is the best way to avoid danger in the garden or anywhere else, but this isn't always possible.
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Grown ups

Grandparents: roles and boundaries

Grandparents: working out your role There are lots of things to think about when you're working out your role as a grandparent. Although you might want to spend time with your grandchildren and help their parents, there might be other demands on your time, like work. Or you might be retired, planning to travel and looking forward to time to yourself.
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Cake decoration for children's birthday

A birthday without the cake and its candles is not a happy birthday. This cake, in the format of a margarita, will give an air of color on the table. To get such a decoration, you just need to roast the cake in a flower-shaped source and then add some imagination, that is, fix the outline with a chocolate cream, fill the petals with grated coconut or icing sugar, and finish with a miollo made with orange, apricot or peach marmalade.
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When stress makes you an angry mother

The day to day of many mothers becomes a fight: patience on one side of the ring, anger on the other. Sadly, treacherous stress is often paired with anger, and patience ends in a k.o. brutal.This, which seems like gibberish, is nothing more than the daily struggle we live to be the best mothers.
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The march of letters. Cri Cri song for children

& 39; The march of letters & 39; is a song by Cri Cri for children, ideal for teaching the little ones vowels. Fun and educational, this song will teach children to write each of the vowels. Re-discover the songs of Francisco Gabilondo Soler, a famous twentieth century Mexican composer who dedicated many songs to the smallest of the house.
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