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Concern about “competence” of working mothers

Dogruer said that babies move with the emotions of mothers for a very long time. The fact that the mother leaves the house safely makes the process easier for both the mother and the caregiver. ” When the baby comes to the world, big changes occur in the mother's life.
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Baby Development

Increasing self-confidence of the sports boy

Sports is an effective method to prevent obesity, which is a disease of the age and threatens individuals of all ages. It is recommended that each child is physically active for at least 1 hour per day. Individually planned sports activities help to protect the child from diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and respiratory diseases, which can be caught later in life.
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Andrea Woroch

Andrea Woroch is a consumer-finance expert dedicated to helping families save money. She has worked with popular shows like Today, Good Morning America and Dr. OZ, and also writes for various personal finance websites and blogs. When Andrea& 39;s not sharing savings tips, she enjoys being active outdoors by mountain biking, skiing and running with her dog.
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Required addresses and telephones

REQUIRED ADDRESS AND TELEPHONES COMPANY NAME ADDRESS PHONE and FAX Bakırköy Guidance and Research Center Şükrü Kanatlı Cad. No: 3 Bakırköy / İstanbul Phone / Fax: 0212 572 55 91 Eminönü Guidance and Research Center Umit Yasar Dogana Sok. Vezneciler / Istanbul Tel / fax: 0212 519 46 95 Şişli Guidance and Research Center Ali Sami Yen Sok.
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Your 23-month-old: Week 3

Your toddler nowSafety mattersThe approaching second birthday is a good time to rethink your child& 39;s safety. You& 39;ve thought about childproofing before, but every stage brings new hazards as your child grows taller, more mobile, and more adventurous. Reevaluate potential dangers from his point of view.
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When can my child safely ride in the front seat of a car?

In almost every case, don& 39;t let your child ride in the front seat until he& 39;s at least 13 years old — and passenger safety organizations such as SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A. go even further and recommend keeping your child in the backseat until he& 39;s old enough to drive himself. Several states have laws requiring children to sit in the back until a certain age, so be sure to check the law in your state.
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