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facebook.com/horizon/videos/2879837168923317/
12/13/2020
It's so funny...that these cows are co-workers! hahaha.....😁😁😁😁
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12/11/2020
THE ROAD TO F9
I Don't Care You Win By an Inch Or a Mile
WINNING IS WINNING!!!
For Those 10 Seconds or Less ~~ I AM FREE
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12/11/2020
Need to buy one...
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11/28/2020
For robbie
purefiji.com/blog/benefits-green-juice-skin/
11/4/2020
Thoroughly Explained article. Love it!! Waiting for more articles like this. Read it completely and got really impressed. Thanks a lot!!( Best Juicer under 100 )
gerber.com/topic/colic/colic101
10/24/2020
My friend's baby girl has a red, flushed face when she cries. High-pitched crying is almost like crazy screaming. Sometimes pass gas while she sheds tears because she's swallowed air. Finally resolved by taking the gripe water.
yahoo.com/news/video-8-month-old-tossed-132501796.html
7/12/2020
Even though abies can float on instinct, But the swim instructor should be in water from the start
7/12/2020
I was a swim instructor for 5 years and this has always been part of the curriculum for baby classes, but no one tossed babies like this.
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6/15/2020
The upper part of your small intestine is the duodenum. It is almost 10 inches long. When food moves into your duodenum, it mixes with digestive enzymes that your pancreas secretes.

These enzymes break down the largest molecules of food, such as proteins and starches. They also neutralize stomach acid. Bile is a substance that breaks down the fats in foods. It also empties into your duodenum by the common bile duct. Some minerals are absorbed here, such as iron and folate.

The middle part of your small intestine is the jejunum which absorbs most of your nutrients: carbohydrates, fats, minerals, proteins, and vitamins.

The lowest part of your small intestine is the ileum. The ileum absorbs bile acids, fluid, and vitamin B-12.
pathways.org/watch/0-3-month-baby-motor-milestones-to-look-for/
5/24/2020
By 3 months, baby should:
  • While lying on tummy, pushes up on arms
  • While lying on tummy, lifts and holds head up
  • Able to move fists from closed to open
  • Able to bring hands to mouth
  • Moves legs and arms off of surface when excited
5/24/2020
The first 3 months of a baby’s life are a critical time for growth and development. Infants begin to learn how to move their bodies and interact with others. Some of baby’s key motor milestones at 3 months include using Tummy Time. Practicing Tummy Time will help babies meet milestones by building their core strength and ability to explore their environment.
BabyCity
5/11/2020
Super Cute!
pathways.org/abcs-of-safe-sleep/
5/10/2020
Baby should always sleep in a crib & Keep the crib empty
5/10/2020
Provide your baby with a firm sleep surface. Place baby on their back to sleep and tummy to play.
pathways.org/abcs-of-safe-sleep/
5/10/2020
Provide your baby with a firm sleep surface. Place baby on their back to sleep and tummy to play.