kids in doodles: fun animal wooden puzzles

kids in doodles

hello everyone! i hope you are having quite a great time today. time again for another round of kids in doodles + before I go on to share my fun story for today let me just give a shout out to our 2 participants for the last edition, Little Zoie’s Steps + MaiThankfulheart. these folks are regulars + i would like to thank them for their continued support! ūüôā

now onto this week’s doodle!

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i was not able to go to playschool for two days last week since i am having bouts with cough + colds. my pedia said i need to drink anti-biotics so that i can get rid of the phlegm, but you know how i just dislike taking meds, right?

mum + i were practically cooped up at home for most of the week. aside from watching all these wonderful cartoons on the telly, another thing that help me passed the time away is playing with my animal wooden puzzles!

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i got this toy as another gift from mum last christmas, that time i was too preoccupied with my new iron man + wreck-it ralph toys that i hardly took notice. mum even had to keep it away in the hopes that i might learn to like it better next time, which i did! i love puzzles + they are really quite fun + enjoyable to play with. you might want to check out some of my puzzles in my post here + here!

what i love best about these wooden puzzles is that they feature mum + baby animals in it. apart from that, it is also a very cool toy because it features a number of animal pairs. It is cube shaped and has one animal puzzle in each side. there is a chicken, pig, giraffe, cat, cow, and my fave, elephants!

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mum + I spent a lot of time solving the puzzles and naming the animals + babies. i also enjoy making their fun animal sounds! ūüôā

okay your turn to share any awesome toys you discovered recently or whatever fun doodle you have. link up + add one of our k.i.d. buttons + visit our playmates, too! have a good one! ūüėÄ

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project iris heart surgery

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this is one of my online playmates iris, she is 2 years old + 9 months now + she is in need of our help. you see my friend here was born with a hole in her heart. she needs to undergo surgery to close this hole in order for her to live healthier + longer.

in behalf of her mum, we are asking your kind heart to donate whatever amount you can to help fund iris’ heart surgery. she needs to raise php500 ,000 within 2 months to cover the expense of her operation + medical expenses.

you may send your donations via paypal to she_apuhin (at) yahoo dot com or send it to unionbank eon account number 1094 5192 9159 you can also check out other ways on how you can send in your donations in this note here.

i do hope you will be kind enough to help our friend. thank you!

image is from iris’ mum’s facebook profile

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The Best Way to Keep Track of Heart Rate While Working Out

You can tell how hard you are working by monitoring your heart rate. When you are working out, a heart rate monitor can help you determine if you are running or walking fast enough. This information matters because keeping your heart rate up helps you to burn calories and fat. The MIO Alpha strapless heart rate monitor is a great tool for those who want to keep track of their heart rate while working out.

The product looks like a watch, and you put it on almost like you would put on a watch. In seconds, you are ready to monitor your heart rate wherever you go. Before you start a workout, it is a good idea to check your resting heart rate. This gives you some context as to how hard your heart is working when you are not exercising. When you are done working out, you should check your heart rate again to ensure that you are coming back closer to your resting heart rate.

If you are taking a long time to get back to your resting heart rate, it means that your body is burning fat after your workout. It can also be a sign that your body is having a hard time recovering after a workout. Customers who have any questions about how the product works or how to order it can contact a customer service representative by phone or email 24/7.

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