Many times on the weekends, when we wake up and have breakfast later, we arrive for lunch less hungry than usual and find a lot of leftover food in the pot. The questions we ask ourselves basically surround him, what do I do with the leftovers so as not to throw them away?
There comes that moment when it is time to say goodbye to the primary stage. After spending six courses, learning, enjoying the best of each one of them, an even greater adventure begins: we reached the secondary stage. Another world, many changes. Another stage, new challenges. How can we help our children to make the transition from primary to secondary school?
Children do not learn to organize their toys by themselves, or to keep their room in perfect order by science infused, they do not even know that they have to take care of nature if we do not teach them, well, all these important lessons can be transmitted in a very simple way and without many sermons.
I have never received so much advice from my mother as with regard to my daughters' shoes: always leather shoes, do not walk barefoot, sneakers will deform their feet ... It's funny how these myths have become been passed down from generation to generation, so it's time to break some of them.
I remember perfectly the first time my daughter did her first poo on a potty. With an astonished face, she brought us the urinal so that we could see her first and great work! I will never forget how surprised and happy she was. "Look, look ...", she told us. The moment she put her diaper down and began to relieve herself on the potty was a very important step for her.
She has been the eyes, but also the voice of many mothers concerned about feeding their babies. The journalist and mother, Isabel Jiménez, wanted to put Hero Baby to the test and has immersed herself in the production of the new Hero Baby jars to discover that & 39; they are what you see & 39;: 100 natural products, without any type of additive, neither preservatives nor colorants.