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Your child 1-3 years

His milk, he is not ready to do without it

You have gradually replaced the bottle-fed meals with solid ones. Very well. But he still needs enough milk or various dairy products to cover his calcium needs that will not go down until the end of childhood. His milk, he is not ready to do without it. You have gradually replaced the bottle-fed meals with solid ones.
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Your baby 0-1 year

Jacquard sweater with hood

That he is cute with his pompom, this hooded jacket that will accompany your toddler on cool days. A model from 3 months to 24 months that will keep it warm gently. Sizes: a: 3 months (b: 6 months / c: 12 months / d: 18 months / e: 24 months) Phil Quality Supplies Phildar Hiking: 3 (3-4-4-5) balls Ecru, 1 ( 2-2-3-3) balls color Suede, 1 (1-1-1-1) ball color Amber, 1 (1-1-1-1) ball color Dolphin, 1 (1-1-1-1) pelota color Chili.
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Name Izia - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name: Hebrew Meaning of first name: The name Izia comes from Hebrew Yesha which means "hello" or "God saves". Celebrities: The singer and actress Izïa Higelin, daughter of Jacques Higelin. The Bible speaks of an Isaiah who would have been a prophet during the reign of Hezekiah. He wrote a book in the Old Testament.
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Your baby 0-1 year

Blue shorts

Blue Shorts With its small buttons at the bottom of the legs, these easy knitting shorts will complete the outfit of your sailor. See the explanations of the shorts To discover:
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Name Tangui - Meaning and origin

Origin of the first name: Celts Meaning of the first name: Derived from Tanguy, Celtic Breton tan, "fire", and ki, "the dog". The son of a Breton lord in the sixth century, Saint Tanguy entered the orders and founded a monastery to expiate his fault: giving good faith to slander his sister, he had beheaded in a moment of anger.
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First name - Meaning and origin

Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of the name: Derived from Selena, Greek Selenè, "goddess of the Moon". Daughter of Hiperion, the Astral Fire, and sister of Helios, the Sun, Selena is the goddess of the nocturnal star in Greek mythology. Eager with a shepherd, she held him in an endless sleep to be able to find him every night and lie at his side.
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