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17. Babies with bridles

17. Babies with bridles

To avoid leaving your baby's feet, these slippers have a buttoned bridle. Presented in the March 2010 issue of Enfant Magazine, they are knitted in garter stitch with a small border of contrasting colors. Size: 3 months Supplies Phildar knitting yarn, Cabotine quality (55% cotton, 45% acrylic): 1 pel.

How to draw a witch

How to draw a witch

Draw a witch, not so wizard! With this video, your aspiring draftsman will be able to make the most beautiful drawings ... for Halloween! All our videos Learn to draw Find more videos on Familiscope.fr the site of family recreation Realization: Familiscope Montage: Familiscope Realization: Familiscope To discover:

5th month of pregnancy: 18th to 22nd week (20 to 24 weeks)

5th month of pregnancy: 18th to 22nd week (20 to 24 weeks)

Here you are at more than half of your pregnancy! In about twenty weeks, you will hold your baby in your arms. Even more incredible, you can already touch it through your belly. Here, feet, here, the head and, oops, here it is, which goes the other way! The pace of a pregnant woman At this stage of your pregnancy, you are fulfilled.

Candlemas: The laughing pancake

Candlemas: The laughing pancake

Candlemas: The laughing crepe The laughing crepe Make an awakening with a pancake filled with jam or compote (or choco for the greedy) and decorate with a little melted chocolate ... Funny, right? © Pinterest To discover:

How to teach my child to sit well?

How to teach my child to sit well?

Say hello, thank you, goodbye, but also do not cut the floor and sit well at the table ... For your child, being polite is not obvious, it can be learned. Here's how to guide him and teach him that life in society is an exchange of respect and recognition. The rules of politeness concerning meals are numerous.

Religious or civil baptism, the differences

Religious or civil baptism, the differences

Faith is the main difference between religious and civil baptism. If believers generally turn to religious baptism, atheists can opt for civilian sponsorship. Overview of both types of ceremonies. Religious baptism, a sacrament In the Catholic religion, baptism is the first sacrament the believer receives.