What would the world be if it wasn't love? Love is an emotion, it is a sweet and intense feeling like the color of the muffins that we propose to bake. These are very romantic and special Red Velvet and Cheesecake muffins, an easy recipe to make and perfect to give to your children or your partner on Valentine's Day.
"I didn't expect to miss it. It surprised me completely. The first and second days after delivery, when I touched my stomach and felt that there was nothing there, that my daughter did not kick me anymore, did not stretch, there is no hiccups. Weird feeling. Or that, when I woke up at night in the hospital and desperately looked for a newborn baby, I calmed down quite quickly, seeing that the little girl was lying next to him in a hospital bed ... "- Natalia, mother for the first time.
Can playing with beach sand be possible on a winter evening? Anyone who knows sandalwood knows that. Piaskolin is a mass reminiscent of wet sand, you can create various figures from it, using the appropriate molds. There is nothing to cheat in no way resembles the ubiquitous plastic dough or plasticine.
Today thousands of babies are born prematurely each year and this number is increasing. The reasons are diverse, but the possibility is being considered that the main reasons could be the advanced age of the mothers, as well as an increase in multiple births or in vitro fertilization, among others.
After delivery, life changes completely, and the lack of sleep due to caring for the baby becomes noticeable in the mother. There are many physical changes that occur postpartum, and some that also affect the face, such as perennial dark circles until the baby has a sleep routine, or eyes that are tired from the fatigue of having a newborn baby. .
As we have already told you on our site, supplementation in pregnancy takes into account vitamin D for its benefits to the baby's bone structure, because it prevents diseases such as multiple sclerosis, pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes. Well, dear pregnant mom, I tell you that a new study conducted by researchers from the Stem Cell Institute of Harvard University (USA).