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The duplicate life: the bedtime

Once upon a time there were two little elves named Paul and Adam who were getting ready to go to bed. It's past 8 o'clock, the sandman is not very far. But before falling asleep, a hug for dad, a hug for mom, kisses at night, lollipops, loyal comforters ... Outside, the city falls asleep little by little, and our twins of 9 months too.
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The songs of Pinpin and Lili: He was a lady Tartine

He was a slice of bread, in a beautiful palace of fresh butter, the wall was praline ... let your toddler discover the famous song "He was a lady Tartine" with this animated by mascots Pinpin and Lil. All videos Pinpin and Lili Find more videos on the site Familiscope Music of this video = © Arc-En-Ciel - ADF Bayard Music.
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Name Egun - Meaning and origin

Origin of the first name: Basques Meaning of the first name: In the Basque language, the first name Egun means "day". Celebrities: There is no Celebrity with the name Egun. His character: Egun is an open and sociable boy. Brimming with joie de vivre and enthusiasm, he inspires sympathy from the first glance.
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Geordie Meaning - Origin and Names

Origin of first name: French, Greeks Meaning of first name: According to his Greek roots, whose corresponding words are "gheorghios", "gum" (earth) and "ergon" (work or force), the name Geordie means "worker of the land" "or" force of the earth ". Celebrities: Among the personalities named Geordie is post-punk guitarist Geordie Walker.
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My Perfume Workshop

Rose, jasmine, bergamot ... the delicate nose will appreciate to put in the perfume to imagine original fragrances starting from 8 bases of quality. They will be able to initiate themselves with proposed formulas, then to embark on their own creations. My Sentosphère Perfume Workshop, 27 €, from 7 years old.
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2014 Girl's First Names List-Emma

1. Emma Its origin: from the Germanic heim, "house", or from ermin, "great, powerful". Her story: Emma is not the diminutive of Emmanuelle, but a full name. Her patron saint is a wealthy eleventh-century German widow who donated her goods to the poor. During the High Middle Ages, several queens from France and England were named as well.
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