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Anacleta.com - A comprehensive source of materials, activities, and ideas about the Spanish language and its many cultures, as well as other world language and cultures, especially for children under ten and their parents and FLES, dual language, immersion, and bilingual teachers.
Themes4Kids.com: A comprehensive resource for decorating kid's bedrooms and baby nurseries. You will find bedroom themes, tips, articles, and much more!
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...parenting tip of the moment
This, of course, presumes you have the strength to get that much of a sentence out. During our child's first few months, my wife and I both thought we were going deaf. We literally could not hear half of every sentence spoken. It turns out we were just out of steam, too weak to speak audibly.
"I spoke to fhmwlmmn..."
"Yesterday. I spoke to fhmlawhlawhmn..."
"Okay, stop right there, look me in the face and say that again slowly."
"I SPOKE TO THE PHARMACIST. THE PHARMACIST. What's the MATTER with you?"
quoted from "Babyhood" by Paul Reiser of television's "Mad About You", page 144
Small children should be supervised by a caregiver when at a computer,
to ensure no accidents occur that could hurt the child and that no equipment gets broken.