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The story is a bit cute helps engage the kids as if the bird is talking to them directly. Short enough with short sentences that a young child ages 5-6 probably could read alone. Short enough to keep younger children 2-4 engaged in the story. I recommend to give this book a try
I contracted poison ivy three days ago. I've had it often enough to know that, once I identify the rash, I have at least four weeks of topical creams, oatmeal baths, and weeping blisters to look forward to. As I'm breastfeeding, I wanted something that wouldn't affect my baby. As I also have the flu, I have little tolerance for other discomfort. So, Zanfel claims safety for nursing moms and relief from itching in 15 seconds to three minutes. I figured it was worth a shot, even if it cost a lot.
I have always avoided MS Office products as a way of stating that I hate the MS monopoly, but I recently purchased a new laptop and decided I was not going to spend the next 4 year using Open Office and Thunderbird. Thus, I broke down and bought MS Office and Outlook 2010.
This stuff is awesome. I got this one along with a pet friendly one from another brand to use in the more open areas, and with the combination of the two products I saw a great reduction in the amount of bugs we had.
Great product. Fairly easy to put together. We purchased it for Christmas gift for our 4 kids ages 15, 13, 12, 10. It took two men and about 2 hours to put together in the cold. It's light enough to move around to mow the grass underneath. It's sturdy. I was worried about the weight limit, but I've had 4 teenagers on it and it's held up just fine. It's a great activity and the kids never get tired of it. The enclosure is sturdy too, not flimsy.
The inside bladder of the Mikasa MVA Olympic Volleyball did not withstand normal play. We have had the ball for a month and was used approximately twice weekly before going flat and will not stay inflated.
The Molten Flistatec ball is a better ball and preferred by the people I play volleyball with, but this is a nice ball.