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Kenza

Kenza Kenza The name Kenza comes from the Arabic kanz meaning "treasure" or "wonder". Well seen for your little wonder to you! To discover :
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The top 20 first names boys in 2013

Looking for a name for your future baby boy? Discover the 20 most trendy boys names in 2013 and their meanings. Nathan, Lucas and Leo are at the top of the charts ... but Maël, Noah and Clément have the wind in their sails. Make your choice ! Discover the Top 2017 1. NATHAN Its origin: From the native Hebrew, its etymology means "God has given".
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Opening of the States General of childhood

Nadine Morano, Secretary of State for Family and Solidarity, yesterday launched the States General of childhood. (News from 17/02/10) T he General States of Childhood, launched by Nadine Morano, opened yesterday. They will be held in partnership with child protection associations, general councils and all childcare professionals.
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Your child 3-5 years

The Santa Claus secretariat is open!

The countdown before Christmas is launched. The opportunity for your little one to write his letter to Santa Claus. Quickly, a pen, an envelope, a destination ... Libourne, where the Santa Claus secretariat is waiting for his mail. He also accepts mails! Write to Santa, a breeze Soon the holidays and your child is talking to you (already!
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Baptista Meaning - Origin and Parent

Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: Baptista is the Latin variant of Baptist. It comes from the Greek word baptizein which means "to administer the Christian sacrament" or "to immerse". It's also a family name. Celebrities: The cousin of Jesus who called himself John the Apostle Saint John, after baptizing Jesus, took the name of John the Baptist or Saint John the Baptist.
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Pregnancy

Grandma's remedies for getting pregnant

Even when the body is in perfect health and no physiological concern prevents a pregnancy, baby is sometimes slow to announce itself. This is normal: every woman has her own fertility cycle. Why not apply Grandma's remedies to get pregnant and, thus, put the odds on your side?
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