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How to Protect your Children Against Abduction

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How to Protect your Children Against Abduction

How to Protect your Children Against Abduction It's a sad fact that thousands of children are reported missing each year. Know how to protect your children against abduction by strangers. What YOU should do: Know your child's whereabouts at all times. At a very early age, teach your child their name, address and telephone number and your first and last name. Teach them how to call 9-1-1 for help. When using the telephone for these lessons, make sure the call to 9-1-1 doesn't actually connect. Make sure children know how to make local and long distance telephone calls. Never leave...

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11 Babies Who Look Like World-Famous Celebrities

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11 Babies Who Look Like World-Famous Celebrities

As a rule, small children look a heck of a lot like their parents. But, sometimes, gazing at pictures of adorable kids, it’s hard not to notice how much they resemble various celebrity idols from the covers of glossy magazines. Today we wants to introduce you to some incredible babies who look just like world-famous actors and entertainers! This 2-year-old girl looks just like Ed Sheeran. © Tom Davies   © Wikipedia Creative Commons   Damn, it’s Gandalf himself! © reddit.com   © New Line Cinema   As a kid, my friend looked a lot like Mrs. Doubtfire. © reddit.com   © 20th Century Fox   During her pregnancy, the mother of this little boy must’ve only watched movies with Danny DeVito. © Shannon Bihamta   © REX   Who do we have...

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10 Superpowers Only Babies Have

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10 Superpowers Only Babies Have

10. Babies don’t cry. “What do you mean?“ you’ll say. ”That’s the only thing they do." But that isn’t so. In fact, babies scream and moan but just don’t cry. Their tear ducts are closed, so they are unable to produce tears. 9. They feel great underwater. This is called a diving reflex. It disappears when babies are about six months old. When a child is immersed in water, he naturally holds his breath, and his limbs begin to make swimming movements. 8. They swallow and breathe at the same time. In infants, the pharynx lies higher than in adults. When they swallow, the entrance to their respiratory tract is not blocked by the epiglottis. Therefore, when swallowing, newborns can also breathe easily....

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The 8 Most Dangerous Kids’ Toys Ever

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The 8 Most Dangerous Kids’ Toys Ever

A child develops and learns about the world by playing, but there are certain children’s toys that bring more harm than good. Bright Side would like to tell you about 8 products that you should give to your kids with care, as well as share some advice on which toy would be safer for your baby. 8. Toys with propellers © depositphotos   Helicopters and other toys with propellers are meant for teenagers. Young children can’t handle such things properly yet and may easily get a finger in the working blades. Advice: Choose toys with propellers made of soft plastic. Blade edges should be smooth without any notches. 7. Toy doctor’s kit © depositphotos   A child will definitely want to use...

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6 Tips From Harvard Psychologists Who Studied What It Takes to Raise ’Good’ Kids

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6 Tips From Harvard Psychologists Who Studied What It Takes to Raise ’Good’ Kids

1. Spend time with your kids © Universal Pictures   This is the basis for everything. You should regularly spend time with your kids, take an interest in their hobbies as well as their problems, and, most importantly, listen to what they have to say. You’ll not only learn much about your son or daughter’s unique personality, but your actions will provide them with an example of how to show care and attention for others. 2. Always tell your child what he or she means to you © blog.ideales.gr   According to research carried out by psychologists, many children don’t know that they’re the most important person in the world to their parents. They genuinely need to hear these...

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