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Crafts to make a Christmas Nativity Scene

If you like crafts and want to celebrate Christmas by adding a personal touch to your home, you might like one of these proposals: they are different ways to create your own Christmas nativity scene, from a plasticine nativity scene to some drawings of nativity scenes to color. You choose what you like the most.
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Have you heard of tocophobia or fear of giving birth?

As the time of delivery approaches, I believe that all women, even those who have given birth many times, a certain fear of feeling pain, suffering, and other fears related to their baby begins to grow. in case you are born with any abnormality, disease, etc. But there is an even bigger fear that I have never heard of, which is called Tocophobia.
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When the storm passed. Nursery rhyme for rainy days

If your child is afraid on stormy days, we suggest you learn this beautiful children's poem for rainy days: When the storm passed and recite it to your children. It is a tender poem that explains that the storm always passes and everything returns to normal. Poetry is an excellent vehicle to explain emotions to children, as well as a great tool to promote the pleasure of reading in children.
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Anaphylaxis

About anaphylaxis Anaphylaxis is a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction . Anaphylaxis happens when your child comes into contact with something in the environment that he's allergic to. This thing is called an allergen. For most people it's something harmless, like food, insect stings and medications.
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Professional resources and links

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) SNAICC is the national body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Services and also provides training and resources for carers of Indigenous children. Phone SNAICC on (03) 9489 8099.
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