Types of Birth Method…
May 5th, 2006
Silent birth Silent Birth refers to a method preferred by some members of the Church of Scientology. A silent birth involves delivering a baby in a completely silent, calm environment, without the help of pain relieving drugs. During a silent birth, all sounds are kept at an absolute minimum — speaking, whispering, and even playing music is discouraged, and anesthetic drugs are avoided. This silence is maintained for a period of seven days. Hydro birth Water birth entails a method of delivery where a mother gives birth to her child in a bathtub or pool full of warm water. Water is a muscle relaxant. It aids the passage of the baby through the birth canal. It provides greater comfort and mobility. The mother has more ease ...


What does your sneeze say about you?
May 5th, 2006
For the Achoo IQ study, Patti A. Wood combined a sneezing survey of 547 people with three months of “observational” analysis, and correlated people’s sneezing styles and behaviours with a personality test. Wood identifies four main types of sneezers: The enthusiastic sneezer This is a person whose sneeze you notice — like your grandfather whose sneezes terrify you, or your co-worker who always sneezes five times in a row. Big, lusty and powerful, this person is a charismatic leader and influencer. He/she is intuitive and can inspire and motivate others. The nice sneezer No showy histrionics or noise levels; nice sneezers hold it back so as not to offend. If you are a nice sneezer, ...


Your body is an OPEN book
May 5th, 2006
5 ways to improve nonverbal communication Make eye contact: Eye contact helps regulate the flow of communication and signals interest in others. Eye contact with audiences increases the speaker’s credibility. Smile more: Smiling is a powerful cue that transmits happiness, friendliness, warmth, liking and affiliation. If you smile frequently, you will be perceived as more likeable, friendly, warm and approachable. Use gestures: If you fail to gesture while speaking, you may be perceived as boring, stiff and not animated. Posture and body orientation Standing erect, but not rigid, and leaning slightly forward communicates that ...


May 5th, 2006
Q: If you suffer from pigmentation on and around your nose and also have dry skin, why? A: Over exposure to the sun can cause pigmentation. Use a SPF 50 sunscreen daily. Bleaching and skin peeling are two effective methods used to cure pigmentation. Mix two tbsp milk powder, 20 volume hydrogen peroxide and a few drops of glycerine to make a paste. Apply it on the affected area. Leave it on for 20 minutes, and rinse. Follow this routine twice a week. After rinsing, if your skin feels dry, use a generous amount of moisturiser. Break Vitamin E capsules and mix it with a few drops of castor oil. Apply it on the pigmented area. This is another effective remedy for pigmentation.


Remedies for dull hair…
May 5th, 2006
My hair is dull and dry. Is it because I use henna? I have also developed blemishes on my face. Please suggest a remedy for healthy skin and hair. Use this hair moisturising treatment once a week: Mix one tbsp herbal oil, one tbsp castor oil, 1/2 tsp conditioner, one tbsp glycerine, one tsp vinegar and one tsp shampoo. Massage it into your scalp. Leave it on for an hour, and rinse. Since henna is making your hair dry, condition it regularly. For your blemishes: Use a 30 SPF sunscreen daily. Vitamin E-based cream ensures healthy skin. Apply it on your face every night. For a natural glow, mix one tsp yogurt, a pinch of salt and half tsp honey. Massage your face gently with this paste, ...


Baby’s star sign
May 5th, 2006
My baby is Aquarius.


Weaning Q & A
May 5th, 2006
Q: When to start? A: For most babies, milk or infant milk provides all the nourishment needed up to the age of 6 months, but if you think your baby needs solids before this time, ask your health professional for advice. Q: What foods should I offer to start with? A: Baby rice, fruit (e.g. banana, apple, pear, mango) or vegetable (e.g. carrot, parsnip, potato, yam) purees mixed with your baby’s usual milk make good first weaning foods. These first tastes should be bland-tasting, smooth and gluten free. Q: How much should I give and when? A: One or two teaspoons of food offered before, during or after one of your baby’s usual milk feeds is all that you’ll need to give to start with. Gradually you will be able ...


Happy Easter To Everybody……..
April 11th, 2006


Tickle Me…
April 6th, 2006
Try this tickle girl..........she is very sexy. You will love her.........


Two little babies
March 27th, 2006
Two little babies were sitting in their cribs, when one baby shouted to the other, "Are you a little girl or a little boy?" "I don't know," replied the other baby giggling. "What do you mean, you don't know?" said the first baby. "I mean I don't know how to tell the difference," was the reply. "Well, I do," said the first baby chuckling, "I'll climb into your crib and find out." He carefully manoeuvred himself into the other baby's crib, then quickly disappeared beneath the blankets. After a couple of minutes, he resurfaced with a big grin on his face. "You're a little girl, and I'm a little boy," he said proudly. "You're ever so clever," cooed the baby girl, "but how can you tell?" "It's quite easy really," replied the baby boy, "you've got pink socks and ...


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