Timothée drew tadpoles, typical at this age. They give us indications of his self-awareness: the circles are well closed, he knows he is an individual in his own right, but he is also aware that a relationship with others is possible because his fellows are touching each other.
Adorable with butterfly sleeves, this dress is adorned with a small lace point. Presented in the March 2009 issue of Enfant Magazine, it is knitted in place jersey and openwork stitch. Practical side, it has an opening in the back, closed by four buttons. Sizes 3 (6 - 12) months Supplies Phildar knitting yarn, quality "Phil cotton 3" (100% cotton): 2 (3-3) pel.
Little Santa Claus, Long live the wind, My beautiful Christmas tree ... your toddler loves these nursery rhymes that tell him about Christmas. You forgot the lyrics? Find them! To sing loudly with your child to wait until D-Day. Here, Three little firs. Three little firs were giving each other their hands Because it was Christmas From earth to heaven.
Looking for a Halloween recipe for your ogres gourmands? Here is the spider cake! He throws it for sure and, in addition, he is monstrously good! Here we go for the video recipe. Crafts, disguises ... our Halloween file More videos on ourfamily.com Realization: Notrefamille Editing: Notrefamille Realization: Notrefamille To discover:
Origin of the first name: French, Greek Meaning of the name: Greek nikê, "victory", and laos, "people" is the victory of the people. Celebrities: Former President of the French Republic Nicolas Sarkozy, American actor and director Nicolas Cage, French international basketball player Nicolas Batum, French international footballer Nicola Anelka, Italian philosopher and theorist Nicolas Machiavel (1469- 1527), the Spanish professional tennis player Nicolas Almagro, the French illustrator and illustrator Nicolas Alquin, the Spanish guitarist and composer Nicolas Alfonso, the Ukrainian novelist and playwright Nicolas Gogol (1809-1852), the German tennis player Nicolas Kiefer, the journalist-reporter and French writer Nicolas Hulot, the French politician Nicolas Fouquet (1615-1680) or the French tennis player Nicolas Escudé.