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Accidents: have the right reflexes

Accidents: have the right reflexes

Burning, small fingers in the grip, ingestion of a dangerous product, cut ... the life of a toddler is marked with risks. What to do in case of an accident? The advice of Dr. Guilhem Noel, emergency pediatrician. He broke off He burned himself with a liquid He swallowed an object He swallowed a household product He fell on the head He put his fingers in the socket 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To discover:

Piccolia competition: the list of winners

Piccolia competition: the list of winners

Many of you have participated in our contest organized with Piccolia editions to win early learning sets with books and cuddly toys and children's books. Quickly see the list of winners! Bravo !! Here is the list of the winners of our Piccolia editions competition The winners of the 3-pound toys with Alicia B.

14. At 3 months, a baby ... it's categorical

14. At 3 months, a baby ... it's categorical

14. At 3 months, a baby ... it's categorical There are all kinds of cats: gray, black, etc. And yet, this diversity does not destabilize an infant of 3 months. He quickly realized that all belong to one and the same category, that of the tomcats. It has been established by showing babies pairs of cats, each time different from each other, on a screen.

Pregnancy and aerophagia: where do these gases come from?

Pregnancy and aerophagia: where do these gases come from?

Aerophagia is one of many pains of pregnancy. Although it is without the slightest gravity, the feeling of bloating and other inconvenience it causes are no less painful ... The good news? You can fight aerophagia with some very simple tips.

24 stories to wait for Christmas

24 stories to wait for Christmas

Every day starting December 1st, Virginie Ledoyen or Michel Leeb, ambassador and sponsor of Action Innocence, tell you an exclusive Christmas story about Enfant.com. Discover the scenes of this unprecedented operation. Director: Jean-François Fournel / Anthony Manet Editing: Anthony Manet Director: Jean-François Fournel / Anthony Manet To discover:

And the stairs?

And the stairs?

And the stairs? Your 18-month-old baby walks ... but has trouble walking down stairs? Beware of involuntary roulades! A little patience: in a few weeks, your child's steps will lengthen, his speed increase, his legs tighten and the time of support on both feet between each step will decrease and he will be able to descend from stairs.