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Which given names in 2016?

The list of 20 first names girls and 20 first names boys who will be in 2016 was published by the Official of first names (ed.First). Are Emma and Leo still in favor? Discover it quickly! See the new list 2017 You are waiting for a happy event for 2015 and still hesitate a little on the name of your future baby?
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See 33 young public films at the Forum des images (Paris)

Billy Elliott, Kung Fu panda (photo opposite), Happy Feet ... The red thread between these 33 films proposed during the Afternoons of the children! They talk about the body, the surpassing of oneself. A whole program called Go get sport! And who invites to move ... Until June 11, 2014, follow a debate and a snack for 3-11 years.
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Pregnancy

Week 30 of pregnancy (32 SA): a coconut

Week 30 of pregnancy (32 SA): a coconut Week 30 of pregnancy (32 SA): a coconut 37 cm from head to heels and about 1.5 kg ... it is almost fat! It is active and when it moves, it does not go unnoticed! Her kidneys and intestines work. Your 30th week of pregnancy To discover:
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Receipts

Mashed green beans with tomato (Hanane)

Here is a recipe that my 8 month old baby loves! Ingredients: 100 g extra-fine green beans 2 to 3 cherry tomatoes 3 chopped tarragon leaves 1 knob of butter Preparation: Peel the green beans, removing the ends and threads. Rinse them and cook them 20 minutes steaming Meanwhile, scald the tomatoes for a few seconds, peel them, seed them and cut them into very small pieces.
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Name Rose - Meaning and origin

Origin of the name: Anciens, Courts, Français, Latins Meaning of the name: From the Latin "rosa", rose. Symbol of love in the classical language, the rose was among Christians the emblem of modesty. This fragrant flower was used as a name from the tenth century, like many flowers elsewhere.
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Name Meg - Meaning and origin

Origin of name: Anglo-Saxons, Perses Meaning of first name: Derived from Marguerite. Persian margiritis, pearl. More than twenty saints took this name. St. Margaret of Antioch killed a dragon by strangling him with a girdle and told his mission to Joan of Arc from heaven. But the Catholic Church retained as patron saint a Queen of Scotland of the eleventh century, wife of Malcolm III, who reformed the clergy and founded a monastery near Edinburgh.
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