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Name Swan - Meaning of origin

Origin of first name: Anglo-Saxons Meaning of first name: Mixed first name. For some, it comes from the word swan, which means swan in English, for others it is also the Slavic form of the name Solenne. This still rare name progresses in recent years and the film Black Swan may have given it wings!
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Your child 5-11 years

Sacha the Pokémon trainer

Sacha is finally available in figurine, accompanied by the faithful Pikachu, his partner for fierce battles. About 12.99 (Tomy). Toy stores and supermarkets. Sacha is finally available in figurine, accompanied by the faithful Pikachu, his partner for fierce battles. € 12.99 (Tomy).
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Your child 1-3 years

Clean this summer: 4 back roads

It is not enough to remove the child's bed on sunny days so that it becomes clean! Make and destroy sandcastles, collect seashells, eat with your fingers ... Emmanuelle Rigon, psychologist, explains how these diverted paths favor the acquisition of cleanliness.
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Name Marion - Meaning and origin

Origin of the name: Anciens, Français, Hebrew Meaning of the name: Variant of Marie, Marion is inspired by the Hebrew Miryam or "drop of sea". Celebrities: French actress Marion Cotillard, French author and actress Marion Creusvaux, American actress Marion Martin (d. 1985), American Marion Donovan, inventor of the disposable diaper in 1949, French novelist Marion Delbo ( died in 1969), French actress Marion Chabassol, American screenwriter Marion Parsonnet (deceased in 1960), French cartoonist Marion Laurent, Belgian director Marion Hänsel ... Sainte Marie is the mother of Jesus.
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Pregnancy

Names to hum: Roxanne

First names to hum: Roxanne Roxanne Rooooooxane ... nobody has forgotten this name of the tube of the group Police! A name that may inspire you for your choupette. From Raokshna Persian, Roxanne means "shining like the dawn". It is also celebrated October 4 with the name Aurore. To discover :
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Recré: nothing has changed (or almost!)

See the slideshow In a century, the school has changed, but remains a common point between the schoolchildren of yesterday and those of today: the recess! Want to take a trip back in time? That's good, the bell rang ... it's time to run to the playground! Karine Ancelet © Photos Pinterest Recré: nothing has changed (or almost!
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