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I must share my newest discovery with you : Cahier dessin animé! It is a colouring book which transforms your kid's drawings into an animated film with the help of an application you download on your smartphone or tablet! I must say it is GENIUS and I can't wait to try it out with Léonore and Raphaëlle!
Have a look yourself!
Let's just move to Japan and sign up at Kishokai Medical birthing facility to receive the most lovely pregnancy diary I’ve ever seen. Do you think any airline will still take me - being 34 weeks pregnant?
I react very allergic to most mother and baby books but this is pure art and a true homage to motherhood! I believe every pregnant woman should have one!
Hello. How are you? I apologise for the radio silence ... again! In October, Léonore and I travelled to Luxembourg for a couple of weeks to see family and friends, and enjoying the crisp autumn weather. Fall can be delight, I must say!
I have to admit that I have downloaded specifically apps for L to my phone and she knows it!
once or twice a week we have a look at them together!
Do you let your kids play with your phone or tablet? What are your favourite apps?
Here are ours - but every suggestions are welcome!
While pregnant, I was amazed and impressed by mother nature. Every day, every week and every month tiny Léonore was growing inside of me, and it was totally out of my control. It was the strangest feeling - but 100% beautiful!
Now National Geographic released documentary called 'Extraordinary Animals in the Womb' with astonishing photographs. As the Daily Mail writes, the photos were taken "by using a combination of three-dimensional ultrasound scans, computer graphics and small cameras to document the animals’ development from conception to birth, and give an unparalleled glimpse into a world that few of us would ever expect to see."
and watch the elephant sequence here: http://natgeotv.com/uk/in-the-womb-animals/videos/elephant
Every year, while in the midst of preparations for new year's eve dinner, we turned on TV and watched Dinner for one, aka the 90's Birthday, with my dad and siblings.