The most important thing in life is to stop saying “I wish” and start saying “I will”. – Charles Dickens I will introduce you to such persons, who took their disability as a challenge and proved that they are not.
“Not flesh of my flesh, nor bone of my bone, But still miraculously my own. Never forget for a single minute, you didn’t grow under my heart – but in it” – Fleur Conkling Heylinger Congrats! Now, you are adoptive parents.
Your child is a next performer, waiting backstage and undergoing familiar symptoms- queasy stomach, moist palms, faster and harder running heart beat, shallow breathing and weak knees. He feels disgusted as everything seems going beyond his control. Is it possible.
Have you ever thought that the music can be an educative activity for your child? Yes, it can be. If you want your child to use up his time in productive yet entertaining activities, then arrange music activities or classes.
What can be better than this, if your child gets to tune up his leadership skills or to discover what it takes to become a leader through fun-filled leadership games? Leadership games help children to work with others and think.
Dear ladies, do you know you can standout in your maternity period with elegant, graceful dresses that magnify femininity and prettiness at their best? Certainly yes, you can! During this period, your belly and breast merge into one- you appear.
Being a mother of twins is full of good and bad experiences. There are many ups and downs in the journey of twin babies’ mother, for sure but there are also many moments where you feel blessed and lucky to.
“Date Rape Drugs” sounds unusual….Right? But, ask to those young adults, who were induced to leave their playful days and were compelled to take up the dark trait. Date rape drugs and teens are catastrophically blended. Here, we are taking.
It’s 14 February, and we all know what that means. The day is welcomed by lovers, and dismayed by the singles. Ah, love is what all of us need, right? It’s better being a single, instead of being in a.
We all have heard of people adopting kids, but ever thought of adopting a gorilla? The French couple Pierre and Elianne Thivilion adopted ‘Digit’, a 265 pound gorilla 13 years ago, when her biological mother was not ready to breastfeed.