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BABY HAVING TROUBLE POOPING : BABY HAVING


Baby Having Trouble Pooping : Baby Food Puree Maker : Baby Names Spanish Origin.



Baby Having Trouble Pooping





baby having trouble pooping






    trouble
  • a source of difficulty; "one trouble after another delayed the job"; "what's the problem?"

  • fuss: an angry disturbance; "he didn't want to make a fuss"; "they had labor trouble"; "a spot of bother"

  • Cause distress or anxiety to

  • Cause (someone) pain

  • disturb: move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"

  • Be distressed or anxious about





    pooping
  • (poop) nincompoop: a stupid foolish person

  • (poop) dope: slang terms for inside information; "is that the straight dope?"

  • (poop) crap: obscene terms for feces

  • (of a wave) Break over the stern of (a ship), sometimes causing it to capsize





    baby
  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • A young or newly born animal

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"











44/365 Please Don't Touch the Camera




44/365 Please Don't Touch the Camera





2011.06.23
This was quite a while ago so I don't remember much. I left to go camping on Friday and I didn't have a chance to upload my daily photo. But, the photo is a photo of my youngest cousin, Zach.

Well, I remember waking up at 5am due to intense stomach pains. If you are disgusted by diarrhea, stop reading. This was easily the worst case of diarrhea I have ever had. I kept going back to poop about every 30 minutes up until around 11am.

Everybody can start reading again. At around that time, I started feeling better and went to go watch X-Men First Class with my little brother and my other cousin, Chaddy. After the movie, my stomach was feeling better. But, I had developed a huge headache. Anyhow, I ended up going to a big dinner with my parents' high school group, Sadidas. It's pretty amazing that after 30 something years they are all still the best of friends. In a way, they aren't too different from a group of high school friends. They had trouble trying to pay for dinner, even more so than teenagers since most of them carried credit cards with very little cash. Everyone is always late. Organizing everybody is super hectic. It takes forever to get everybody's attention. And it usually is one or two people who end up organizing everything for the entire group.

Anywho, after dinner we walked along the Waterfront talking. It was quite fun actually. I got the idea of taking advanced driving lessons once I get back to California. But, we lost track of time and we ended up leaving at around 11:30pm.











Babies are always more trouble than you thought - and more wonderful. -- Charles Osgood




Babies are always more trouble than you thought - and more wonderful. -- Charles Osgood





Outside playtime in the backyard today. OMG. Ok, so I have to clean up the dog poop because while I was messing with the camera trying to take her picture, *in those 2 seconds I looked down* she picked up a turd off the ground... When I looked up, saw her holding poop in her hand, I about had a heart attack! I yelled out, "Sofia, no!" She got scared, dropped the poop (thank goodness it was HARD! lol) and I went to scoop her in my arms, ran in the house and washed her hands and sanitized them. This is one of the shots I took before she did that. After that, we called it a day. I have to pick up dog poop. Oh joy!

*used one of Elusive's Sample Action. After buying a 40d, too broke to buy pretty actions. I'm sticking to trials. haha!*









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10 24

BABY YOUR MY BAD HABIT : BABY YOUR MY


BABY YOUR MY BAD HABIT : BIG MOE BARRE BABY.



Baby Your My Bad Habit





baby your my bad habit






    bad habit
  • Smash is the third studio album by American punk rock band The Offspring, released on April 8, 1994 through Epitaph Records.

  • (Bad Habits (band)) Bad Habits is a rock/punk/metal band from London. The line-up has experienced various changes since its original formation in 1984 by former Gypsy Leicester band members (including Robin Pizer) who when reformed decided to go in a heavier musical direction from their original

  • (Bad Habits (Colin James album)) Bad Habits is a blues album by Canadian musician Colin James, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). For the USA, the album was released on Elektra Records.





    baby
  • A young or newly born animal

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"











baby your my bad habit - Bad Habit




Bad Habit (Contemporary Romantic Suspense)


Bad Habit (Contemporary Romantic Suspense)



BAD HABIT- Mystery/Suspense-Steamy Romance; 61k
In an effort to evade the men who killed her boyfriend, former model, Teri Slaughter, flees New York City and takes refuge in a San Antonio convent, masquerading as her own sister. But when hot and hunky homicide detective, Angel Garcia tries to protect her from the killers, he proves to be a threat to her heart. He takes her to the only “safe house” available: the one where he was raised. His parents and siblings take her in and teach her the real meaning of family and home. To protect the nuns, Teri uses herself as bait, leading the killers on a chase through Brackenridge Park on foot, miniature train and golf cart. In the end, the only one to catch her is Angel.

BAD HABIT- Mystery/Suspense-Steamy Romance; 61k
In an effort to evade the men who killed her boyfriend, former model, Teri Slaughter, flees New York City and takes refuge in a San Antonio convent, masquerading as her own sister. But when hot and hunky homicide detective, Angel Garcia tries to protect her from the killers, he proves to be a threat to her heart. He takes her to the only “safe house” available: the one where he was raised. His parents and siblings take her in and teach her the real meaning of family and home. To protect the nuns, Teri uses herself as bait, leading the killers on a chase through Brackenridge Park on foot, miniature train and golf cart. In the end, the only one to catch her is Angel.










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NOT TO WORRY AMERICA ........WE HAVE THE HIGHLY COVETED "OBAMA AAA."........."His speeches leave the impression of an army of pompous phrases moving over the landscape in search of an idea"




NOT TO WORRY AMERICA ........WE HAVE THE HIGHLY COVETED "OBAMA AAA."........."His speeches leave the impression of an army of pompous phrases moving over the landscape in search of an idea"





The aircraft was large, modern and considered among the world's safest. But that night it was flying straight into a huge thunderstorm. Turbulence was extreme, and airspeed indicators may not have been functioning properly. Worse, the pilots were incompetent. As the plane threatened to stall they panicked by pointing the nose up, losing speed when they ought to have done the opposite. It was all over in minutes.

Was this the fate of Flight 447, the Air France jet that plunged mysteriously into the Atlantic a couple of years ago? Could be. What I'm talking about here is the Obama presidency.

When it comes to piloting, Barack Obama seems to think he's the political equivalent of Charles Lindbergh, Chuck Yeager and—in a "Fly Me to the Moon" sort of way—Nat King Cole rolled into one. "I think I'm a better speech writer than my speech writers," he reportedly told an aide in 2008. "I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors. And I'll tell you right now that I'm . . . a better political director than my political director."

The Wall Street Journal Europe editorial page editor Brian Carney on the sovereign debt crisis and the stock market plunge.
.On another occasion—at the 2004 Democratic convention—Mr. Obama explained to a Chicago Tribune reporter that "I'm LeBron, baby. I can play at this level. I got game."

Of course, it's tempting to be immodest when your admirers are so immodest about you. How many times have we heard it said that Mr. Obama is the smartest president ever? Even when he's criticized, his failures are usually chalked up to his supposed brilliance. Liberals say he's too cerebral for the Beltway rough-and-tumble; conservatives often seem to think his blunders, foreign and domestic, are all part of a cunning scheme to turn the U.S. into a combination of Finland, Cuba and Saudi Arabia.

I don't buy it. I just think the president isn't very bright.

Socrates taught that wisdom begins in the recognition of how little we know. Mr. Obama is perpetually intent on telling us how much he knows. Aristotle wrote that the type of intelligence most needed in politics is prudence, which in turn requires experience. Mr. Obama came to office with no experience. Plutarch warned that flattery "makes itself an obstacle and pestilence to great houses and great affairs." Today's White House, more so than any in memory, is stuffed with flatterers.

Much is made of the president's rhetorical gifts. This is the sort of thing that can be credited only by people who think that a command of English syntax is a mark of great intellectual distinction. Can anyone recall a memorable phrase from one of Mr. Obama's big speeches that didn't amount to cliche? As for the small speeches, such as the one we were kept waiting 50 minutes for yesterday, we get Triple-A bromides about America remaining a "Triple-A country." Which, when it comes to long-term sovereign debt, is precisely what we no longer are under Mr. Obama.

.Then there is Mr. Obama as political tactician. He makes predictions that prove false. He makes promises he cannot honor. He raises expectations he cannot meet. He reneges on commitments made in private. He surrenders positions staked in public. He is absent from issues in which he has a duty to be involved. He is overbearing when he ought to be absent. At the height of the financial panic of 1907, Teddy Roosevelt, who had done much to bring the panic about by inveighing against big business, at least had the good sense to stick to his bear hunt and let J.P. Morgan sort things out. Not so this president, who puts a new twist on an old put-down: Every time he opens his mouth, he subtracts from the sum total of financial capital.

Then there's his habit of never trimming his sails, much less tacking to the prevailing wind. When Bill Clinton got hammered on health care, he reverted to centrist course and passed welfare reform. When it looked like the Iraq war was going to be lost, George Bush fired Don Rumsfeld and ordered the surge.

Mr. Obama, by contrast, appears to consider himself immune from error. Perhaps this explains why he has now doubled down on Heckuva Job Geithner. It also explains his insulting and politically inept habit of suggesting—whether the issue is health care, or Arab-Israeli peace, or change we can believe in at some point in God's good time—that the fault always lies in the failure of his audiences to listen attentively. It doesn't. In politics, a failure of communication is always the fault of the communicator.

Much of the media has spent the past decade obsessing about the malapropisms of George W. Bush, the ignorance of Sarah Palin, and perhaps soon the stupidity of Rick Perry. Nothing is so typical of middling minds than to harp on the intellectual deficiencies of the slightly less smart and considerably more successful.

But it takes actual smarts to understand that glibness and self-beli











“In my next life I want to live backwards. You start out dead and get that out of the way. Then you wake up in an old people’s home feeling better every day. You get kicked out for being too healthy,




“In my next life I want to live backwards. You start out dead and get that out of the way. Then you wake up in an old people’s home feeling better every day. You get kicked out for being too healthy,





[ you get a gold watch and a party on your first day. You work for 40 years until you’re young enough to enjoy your retirement. You party, drink alcohol, and are generally promiscuous, then you are ready for high school. You then go to primary school, you become a kid, you play. You have no responsibilities, you become a baby until you are born. And then you spend your last 9 months floating in luxurious spa like conditions with central heating and room service on tap, larger quarters every day and then, Voila! You finish off as an organism! I rest my case.”
- Woody Allen
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I'm good. My film probably didn't turn out well, though.
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This is my dad.]

Go on just say it,
You need me like a bad habit,
One that leaves you defenseless, dependent, and alone.
Go on just say it (Are you afraid to?),
You need me like a bad habit, (Say what you want to, tell me you want to),
One that leaves you defenseless, dependent, and alone. (Are you afraid to say what you want to, tell me you want to?)
Well, I hold my tongue use it to assess,
The damage from way back when it mattered,
But nothing seems important anymore,
We’re just protecting ourselves from our self,
And I don’t think I’ll ever come back down, (I don’t think I’ll ever come back down),
I don’t think I’ll ever come back down, (I don’t think I’ll ever come back down),
I don’t think I’ll ever come back down, (I don’t think I’ll ever come back…),
I don’t think I’ll ever come back…
Are you ashamed to say what you want to, (tell me you want to.)
Are you ashamed to say what you want to, (tell me you want to.)
(Go on just say it) Are you ashamed to... (Go on just say it) Say what you want to? Tell me you want to.
(Go on just say it) Are you ashamed to... (Go on just say it) Say what you want to? Tell me you want to.
I’m making the difference,
It just seems pointless,
why all the obvious lines got out of focus
Why can’t you just be happy,
Why can’t you just be happy?









baby your my bad habit








baby your my bad habit




You Are Not Your Brain: The 4-Step Solution for Changing Bad Habits, Ending Unhealthy Thinking, and Taking Control of Your Life






Two neuroscience experts explain how their 4-Step Method can help break destructive thoughts and actions and change bad habits for good.

A leading neuroplasticity researcher and the coauthor of the groundbreaking books Brain Lock and The Mind and the Brain, Jeffrey M. Schwartz has spent his career studying the structure and neuronal firing patterns of the human brain. He pioneered the first mindfulness-based treatment program for people suffering from OCD, teaching patients how to achieve long-term relief from their compulsions.

For the past six years, Schwartz has worked with psychiatrist Rebecca Gladding to refine a program that successfully explains how the brain works and why we often feel besieged by bad brain wiring. Just like with the compulsions of OCD patients, they discovered that bad habits, social anxieties, self-deprecating thoughts, and compulsive overindulgence are all rooted in overactive brain circuits. The key to making life changes that you want-to make your brain work for you-is to consciously choose to starve" these circuits of focused attention, thereby decreasing their influence and strength.

As evidenced by the huge success of Schwartz's previous books, as well as Daniel Amen's Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, and Norman Doidge's The Brain That Changes Itself, there is a large audience interested in harnessing the brain's untapped potential, yearning for a step-by-step, scientifically grounded and clinically proven approach. In fact, readers of Brain Lock wrote to the authors in record numbers asking for such a book. In You Are Not Your Brain, Schwartz and Gladding carefully outline their program, showing readers how to identify negative brain impulses, channel them through the power of focused attention, and ultimately lead more fulfilling and empowered lives.

"

Two neuroscience experts explain how their 4-Step Method can help break destructive thoughts and actions and change bad habits for good.

A leading neuroplasticity researcher and the coauthor of the groundbreaking books Brain Lock and The Mind and the Brain, Jeffrey M. Schwartz has spent his career studying the structure and neuronal firing patterns of the human brain. He pioneered the first mindfulness-based treatment program for people suffering from OCD, teaching patients how to achieve long-term relief from their compulsions.

For the past six years, Schwartz has worked with psychiatrist Rebecca Gladding to refine a program that successfully explains how the brain works and why we often feel besieged by bad brain wiring. Just like with the compulsions of OCD patients, they discovered that bad habits, social anxieties, self-deprecating thoughts, and compulsive overindulgence are all rooted in overactive brain circuits. The key to making life changes that you want-to make your brain work for you-is to consciously choose to starve" these circuits of focused attention, thereby decreasing their influence and strength.

As evidenced by the huge success of Schwartz's previous books, as well as Daniel Amen's Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, and Norman Doidge's The Brain That Changes Itself, there is a large audience interested in harnessing the brain's untapped potential, yearning for a step-by-step, scientifically grounded and clinically proven approach. In fact, readers of Brain Lock wrote to the authors in record numbers asking for such a book. In You Are Not Your Brain, Schwartz and Gladding carefully outline their program, showing readers how to identify negative brain impulses, channel them through the power of focused attention, and ultimately lead more fulfilling and empowered lives.

"










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10 24

BODY AFTER BABY BOOK. BODY AFTER


Body after baby book. Baby jogger city min.



Body After Baby Book





body after baby book






    baby book
  • A book containing photographs and written records of a child's development





    body
  • The physical structure of a person or an animal, including the bones, flesh, and organs

  • The physical and mortal aspect of a person as opposed to the soul or spirit

  • A corpse

  • a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"

  • invest with or as with a body; give body to

  • the entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being); "he felt as if his whole body were on fire"











body after baby book - Does This




Does This Pregnancy Make Me Look Fat?: The Essential Guide to Loving Your Body Before and After Baby


Does This Pregnancy Make Me Look Fat?: The Essential Guide to Loving Your Body Before and After Baby



"How much weight will I gain—and how fast can I lose it?"
"Will my partner still want to have sex with me after watching the birth?"
"How do I handle the know-it-alls, judges, and Space Invaders?"
"Will I end up wearing Mom jeans forever?"
People might tell you you're glowing, but you just feel like you're growing, and perhaps you're not liking—or even recognizing--the changing image you see in the mirror. If you're like most expectant women, you're worried about what pregnancy and motherhood will do to your body, your sexuality, and your self-esteem (even if you don't want to admit it out loud for fear of the Bad Mommy Police). While the journey to motherhood is truly miraculous and brings forth life, it can also bring forth a myriad of legitimate concerns.

Enter beauty activists Claire Mysko and Magali Amadei, who reveal a much-needed forewarning on what to expect from your changing body, as well as a reality check for each stage of your pregnancy, exposing the myths, challenges, and insecurities you'll face throughout pregnancy and beyond—and what to do about them. From candid interviews with more than 400 women and men, as well as their own experiences, Claire and Magali help you discover:
- How you can learn to trust your changing body, appreciate it, and yes…even work it!
- Why you should be wary of the Hollywood "bump watch" and post-baby weight loss stories– and how to take the focus off the scale
- How to deal with your raging hormones—in the bedroom and beyond
- The truth, the lies, and sure-fire fixes for sagging skin, acne, stretch marks, and boobs that continue to defy gravity
- How to recognize when your body issues get extreme—and how to get help
With startling confessions of women's unspoken fears and advice on how to remedy them, this essential compendium of girl-friendly advice will help champion any woman to feel her best about her body, herself, and her role as a mom.










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Collapse According To Michael




Collapse According To Michael





Michael is a channeled entity of a thousand and fifty souls who have finished their cycles on earth and have chosen to offer teachings from the disembodied plane. One of the chapters in this book describing the arc of civilization gave me such insight into my studies of collapse that I felt compelled to describe it as part of my collapse reading.

Much like Tainter in his Collapse of Complex Systems, Michael describes how the development of reincarnated souls, inevitably leads to overreaching.

To understand how this works, think of human development as a continuous stream of lessons learned from life to life. The first incarnation is very simple with barely enough smarts to survive. As time goes on the soul keeps coming back to learn more and to resolve karma accumulated from past lives. This much we know from Buddhism.

According to Michael, souls reach a point where they have a firm grasp of how to make the best of an incarnated life and are thus ready to glorify and exploit each life to their advantage. This is the Yuppie materialistic level of soul development. Unfortunately, though these souls have a great deal of energy, they have little regard for the mess they might be causing for others and believe that it will all work itself out in the end in a sort of win-win theory of life. They want to see how close to the abyss they can get before flaming everything out.

It is not until the soul reaches the mature level that it becomes frustrated with the mess created by these young souls and feels a need to restore the balance and justice. The United States has had a critical mass of these young souls so we have had a country that has made a general mess of everything in its eagerness to have the most toys. Now that we have a lot more mature souls here, especially on both coasts, there is much angst and conflict with the country we find ourselves in.

Contrast this with a country of baby souls. Baby souls like lots of societal rules so that everything functions harmoniously. Baby souls know that it is important for everyone to pull together and do their duty in order for all to live as pleasantly as possible. Many Asian countries bore these characteristics until very recently. Old soul countries are also similarly mellow, but more out of a desire to just let things go and not get all hot and bothered about things or work too hard. Russia is given as an example.

In the U.S. some of us have now arrived at a recognition of imminent collapse and the contest is on to see if these farseeing mature souls will be able to reclaim some sanity and stop the injustice created by the momentum of the systems put in place by young soul eagerness for efficiency and expedience.

This reincarnation theory of collapse makes the arc of this story much less inevitable than Tainter's version. Given the work of mature souls on existing young soul systems i.e. government regulations, peer pressure, it is quite possible to visualize a shift rather than an inevitable fall. Or, in other words, we are not quite as dumb as yeast eating all the food in a reflex mode. Reading this, I'm inclined to think that the reason apocalypse writers are so obsessed with uncontrolled mayhem on the part of their fellow man is because so many are operating from a young soul mentality influenced by being in male form.

Michael also describes that this shift will involve much more expression of the feminine and the use of intuition as opposed to earlier in history when brawn favored the men. He mentions that many souls will be incarnating in the body they feel least comfortable in. (Could this explain increase in sex changes? Would one contemplate one's life in the astral plane before coming down, and say "well, I could always get a sex change" or is this just a distraction from actual life purpose?)

Michael also divulges another cosmic thesis that will have an impact—what we call Gaia theory. He describes how the planet has a population of souls who have chosen not to incarnate into ensouled bodies, but cluster together to oversee the living breathing planet. Think of them as the planet's devas, much like the veggie growing ones at Findhorn (which Michael also describes). These devas have influence over the physical properties of the planet, such as the weather, the volcanos and the teutonic plates.

In this book he prophecies that California is in big trouble and that those who stay have little strength of will to live, have a death wish or are seeking a wild ride for the thrill of discovering what such events will evoke survival wise. Okay yes, I knew we were a population of extremes. He specifies what regions will see earthquake activity in the late 90s and what kind, all the way up to Oregon. Then after all those predictions (none of which came true…yet) he says that other prophecy sources feel that we have averted disaster because people have changed and become immersed in new consciousness. (All working on that at the time can give











BODIES The exhibition. Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada




BODIES The exhibition.  Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada





Real Human Bodies.

With a name like Bodies in Las Vegas, it's easy to assume you're going to a topless show. But Bodies…The Exhibition at the Luxor is even more revealing.

Bodies will easily trump any science lab dissection you’ve done in school. With an intricate, 3-D vision of the human form, visitors get the chance to see real bodies, preserved along with their inner organs. The exhibit showcases 13 whole-body specimens from China and more than 260 organs and partial body specimens. There are nine rooms dedicated to different parts of the body, including the muscular, nervous, circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems.

There is also a more sensitive section of the exhibition showing fetal development. Guests can see different stages of a baby's development, from eight weeks old to eight months, as well as fetuses with various birth defects, such as conjoined twins. This exhibit is located in its own private area, so those who feel uncomfortable viewing it can skip to the next section.

It is both startling and informative to see so many body parts and inner organs out in the open when they are usually tucked safely away under your skin. One wouldn't expect such an intricate part of the nervous system, like the spinal cord, to resemble a clump of seaweed.The tongue, meanwhile, looks a bit like a small, thick cut of steak (Would you like that medium-rare or well-done?).

One of the more startling sights in the exhibit is the display of a smoker's lung in the respiratory section. Visitors can see and compare a healthy lung to a blackened smoker’s lung. There is also a brain on display here from a person who suffered a stroke -- ironically it looks a bit like the inside of an ashtray. After reading some scary, mind-opening facts (like a single pack of cigarettes takes three hours and 40 minutes off your life), you may think twice about puffing. For the guests' convenience, there is a cigarette disposal bin nearby.

Bodies also offers enrichment that helps visitors improve their quality of life and prevent diseases.

Reading the quick facts on the wall is almost as interesting as checking out the specimens. For instance, did you know if all the muscles in your body worked together, you could lift more than 10 tons? And did you know eating breakfast really does help improve your memory?

More fun facts: Faster than the world’s most powerful computer, the nervous system is responsible for processing all thoughts and emotions. In addition, every drop of blood in the body passes through the heart once per minute. Single visitors will be interested to learn that scent plays a significant role in people’s physical attraction to each other. (Men, even the most expensive cologne won’t help you if she’s not attracted to your “natural” scent!) These are just a few of the fascinating things you’ll discover while walking through the Bodies exhibit.

There are plenty of benches scattered throughout the facility for guests who want to sit down take a break. For those who want an in-depth description about particular displays, audio wands are available for $6. Expert docents can also answer questions. Visitors are encouraged to write their impressions of Bodies in one of several guest books at the end of the exhibition.

As for those who want to take a little piece of Bodies home with them, the gift shop features some a collection of books, incense holders, models, key chains, souvenirs and educational doodads for kids.

--Review by Jeannie Borbe and Aleza Freeman

Sunday, September 12, 2010









body after baby book








body after baby book




New Mom's Guide to Your Body after Baby, The (The New Mom's Guides)






New moms run into a host of new challenges once baby arrives, including getting back into shape, developing a parenting style, readjusting schedules, and interacting with their husbands in new ways. With compassion and humor--and always the privilege of motherhood in mind--The New Mom's Guides go straight to the heart of these matters, offering moms guidance and encouragement in this new season of life. Each of the four books in the series offers real advice from women who have been there, done that, and want other moms to benefit from their trials and triumphs. A perfect gift for baby showers, Mother's Day, or any day, these small volumes are compact enough to take along in an overstuffed diaper bag and designed for the mom who can only find a few minutes of peace each day to read.










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10 24

BOUDREAUX'S BABY PRODUCTS - BABY PRODUCTS


Boudreaux's baby products - Special baby girl gifts - Most popular russian baby names.



Boudreaux's Baby Products





boudreaux's baby products






    boudreaux's
  • Boudreaux is a surname of French origin and is a common name among Cajuns. The name refers to: *Bob Boudreaux (contemporary), American television news presenter *Corey Boudreaux (b. 1985), American football player *Donald J.

  • (Boudreaux) A surname that comes from the French word for farmer. A family surname that means leader of the group. This is a common last name for Cajun people





    products
  • (product) an artifact that has been created by someone or some process; "they improve their product every year"; "they export most of their agricultural production"

  • An article or substance that is manufactured or refined for sale

  • A thing or person that is the result of an action or process

  • A substance produced during a natural, chemical, or manufacturing process

  • (product) merchandise: commodities offered for sale; "good business depends on having good merchandise"; "that store offers a variety of products"

  • (product) a quantity obtained by multiplication; "the product of 2 and 3 is 6"





    baby
  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • A young or newly born animal

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • The youngest member of a family or group











2005-4 ChuckJump1




2005-4 ChuckJump1





Chuck talking with the boys on the trampolone. He's really just talking, but he's very enthusiastic in everything he does. :) And for the curious, his shirt says 'Boudreaux's Butt Paste'. Yes, it's a real product. Yes, it's really butt paste for babies. Works quite well, too.











Cajun Combo1




Cajun Combo1





Boudreaux's Cajun Kitchen
17595 Tomball Parkway
Houston, TX 77064
(281) 469-8500

Best shot of the Cajun Combo, before it was devoured









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CHRISTIAN BABY NAMES WITH MEANING - CHRISTIAN BABY NAMES


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Christian Baby Names With Meaning





christian baby names with meaning






    baby names
  • The most popular given names vary nationally, regionally, and culturally. Lists of widely used given names can consist of those most often bestowed upon infants born within the last year, thus reflecting the current naming trends, or else be composed of the personal names occurring most within





    christian
  • a religious person who believes Jesus is the Christ and who is a member of a Christian denomination

  • following the teachings or manifesting the qualities or spirit of Jesus Christ

  • relating to or characteristic of Christianity; "Christian rites"

  • Fletcher (c.1764–93), English seaman and mutineer. In April 1789, as first mate under Captain Bligh on the HMS Bounty, he seized the ship and cast Bligh and others adrift. In 1790, the mutineers settled on Pitcairn Island, where Christian was probably killed by Tahitians





    meaning
  • meaning(a): rich in significance or implication; "a meaning look"

  • the message that is intended or expressed or signified; "what is the meaning of this sentence"; "the significance of a red traffic light"; "the signification of Chinese characters"; "the import of his announcement was ambiguous"

  • Intended to communicate something that is not directly expressed

  • (means) how a result is obtained or an end is achieved; "a means of control"; "an example is the best agency of instruction"; "the true way to success"











Mystery Worshippers - Shaun the Sheep (with assistance from Tirzah and TME).




Mystery Worshippers - Shaun the Sheep (with assistance from Tirzah and TME).





1934: The Town Church, St Peter Port, Guernsey

Mystery Worshipper: Shaun the Sheep (with assistance from Tirzah and TME).

The church: The Town Church, St Peter Port, Guernsey.
Denomination: Church of England, Diocese of Winchester.

The building: The Parish Church of St Peter Port, usually referred to as the Town Church and also informally known as the cathedral of the Islands, was first referred to in Norman times.

The church is built of granite and originally served as a fortress.

The present steeple dates from 1721, though there are parts of the existing church that date back to the 13th and 14th centuries (nave and choir respectively).

Extensive restoration took place in the 19th century, and some of the stained glass dates back to this time.

However, most of the stained glass windows were blown out during World War II when the Allies bombed the harbour, mistakenly believing that there was a German submarine there.

The small windows at the top withstood the blast and so they remained the Victorian originals, but most of the larger pieces of glass lower down are post-war in vintage.

The church: As the unofficial cathedral of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, the church is something of a must-see for many of the thousands of tourists who visit Guernsey each year.

Unfortunately, due to the lack of an online presence, it has been difficult to find much information about the church as a community, although it would appear that music plays an important role in the life of the church.

The neighbourhood: The Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey comprise the Channel Islands, which lie in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy.

They were the only British territories within Europe to be occupied by German forces during World War II, and were not liberated until 1945.

The two bailiwicks are Crown Protectorates, independent from Great Britain but relying on the Crown for their defence.

Guernsey and Jersey are also independent of each other, sharing no common laws, elections or representative bodies.

Guernsey was occupied by the French during the Hundred Years War, and the French influence on the island's culture is strong even to this day.

St Peter Port is the capital town of Guernsey.

The Town Church is right by the harbour and a focal point in the town.

The population of the island is around 60,000, although this is considerably swelled by the tourists who visit each year.

The cast: We did not think to copy this information from the church notice board, as we had assumed we would find it online!

However, the celebrant was the rector of the church, whose name we could only work out to be Father Paul.

He was assisted by a deacon whose name we could not ascertain; the deacon also preached the sermon.

The date & time: Easter Sunday, 4 April 2010, 10.30am.

What was the name of the service?

Easter Eucharist.

How full was the building?
Mostly full – we estimated between 150 and 180 people.

It wasn't bulging at the seams, but there were few obvious empty spaces.

Did anyone welcome you personally?

A sidesperson wished us happy Easter, asked if we were part of a large party they were expecting, and directed us to a pew at the side when he learnt that we were not.

With the addition of our party, our pew got quite cosy (see below), so there was some good-natured shuffling going on which punctured the formality a bit.

Was your pew comfortable?

There were in total five adults sitting on a standard wooden pew, which probably would have been more comfortable with four.

The kneelers were very large and quite high, which meant that one of our party was unable to fit his feet comfortably between pew and kneeler.

As I was sitting at the end of the pew, I got increasingly uncomfortable as time went on and was very aware of the lack of room to change position!

How would you describe the pre-service atmosphere?

There was unobtrusive organ music in the background.

Mostly the congregation were chatty but not excessively noisy, wishing each other a happy Easter.

I could also hear bells, but am not sure that they were from this particular church.

What were the exact opening words of the service?

"A very joyful and happy Easter to you all."

What books did the congregation use during the service?

A preprinted booklet with the liturgy, hymns and responses all contained therein.

What musical instruments were played?

A fine organ accompanying an excellent robed choir.

Did anything distract you?

One of our party was distracted by the beautiful stained glass window opposite, which in the morning sunlight was really quite breathtaking.

There was also a couple with a baby opposite who kept taking the baby out during the service (although she was behaving beautifully), which got a bit distracting.

As we were seated behind the pulpit, I also found myself distracted by a rather sour-faced saint (perhaps a bishop, as he was wearing a mitre) carved into the side of the pul











What's in a name?




What's in a name?





Last week's passage (Exodus 1:8-2:10) was the famous baby Moses passage. Our pastor focused on the naming of Moses, which means saved or pulled out of the water. Our pastor talked about how Moses was no greater than any of us, yet God chose to use him for great things.

This week's passage (Exodus 3:1-15) fast forwards to the beginning of that greatness. In this famous passage, Moses sees the burning bush, and God tells him that he will be used to save the people of Israel. Moses asks God what he should say to the people when then ask who sent him. God replies, "Tell them I-AM-WHO-I-AM. Tell the People of Israel, 'I-AM sent me to you."

Now even though God's response is quite confusing to me I think I was struck by the fact that this passage also deals with an important name.

This week at my school's opening inservice a speaker asked us to think about our many names. He encouraged us to write our obituaries keeping in mind the names we want to be called. I couldn't help but think of the person God has called me to be and I was inspired to give it a go. There's still a lot of work left to do, but this is my start:

Heidi Painter--
Woman
Christian
Wife
Mama
Daughter
Friend
Teacher


Heidi strived to be genuine in all her relationships. She gave her life to the Lord as a sophomore in high school, and that decision guided the rest of her life, from meeting her husband, Danny, to her decision to become an English teacher.

Heidi was a fierce friend and a jovial companion. She cared deeply about the other people in her life. She loved to laugh and play silly games with her son and husband.. She liked to dance, drink tea, eat cookies and watch movies or TV. She could be quoted as saying, "I love to see anything that shows a transformation."

Heidi could often be caught reading a book or writing something on the computer. She enjoyed using her creativity to try new recipes or plan exciting new projects for her students.

Heidi left these words to sum up her life: I worked hard, loved deeply, danced frequently, and laughed often.


This is still a work in progress, but a fun exercise which made me think. It's so hard to put some things that seem to make up so much of my life into words. How does one explain the joy of snuggling with their child on the couch or the silliness of the games we play, like steal the freckles? How can one begin to boil down 8 years of love into words that define a marriage? I guess that's the limit of a name. Maybe that's why God takes on the name of "I AM".












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