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Baby Development Week 14





baby development week 14







    week 14
  • 5-7 days after fertilization, the blastula attaches to the wall of the uterus (endometrium). When it comes into contact with the endometrium and implants itself there, the connections between the mother and the embryo will begin to form, including the umbilical cord.

  • Student Projects - Group Critique

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baby development week 14 - Watch Me




Watch Me Grow : A Unique, 3-Dimensional Week-by-Week Look at Your Baby's Behavior and Development in the Womb


Watch Me Grow : A Unique, 3-Dimensional Week-by-Week Look at Your Baby's Behavior and Development in the Womb



For years, parents-to-be have squinted at fuzzy ultrasound photos, desperately trying to make out the head, or is that the foot? Now, new technology in the form of 3- and 4-D ultrasound scans have given prospective parents a clear "window into the womb." These amazingly detailed images allow parents to see their baby's organs and structures in development and allow them to marvel at what their baby is doing. This book offers:

*An astonishing series of pictures that demonstrates fetal behavior
*A week-by-week look at how babies develop in the uterus, narrated from the perspective of the baby
*Special Feature sidebars that answer important questions such as "How soon will I know whether my baby is boy or a girl?"and "What can my baby do, and when?"

Guided by the expert hand of a pioneer obstetrician in the field, now everyone can be thrilled by the wonders of creation.










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Discover Kenya volunteers vacations, Gap year safari Trip




Discover Kenya volunteers vacations, Gap year safari Trip





Discover Kenya volunteers vacations, Gap year safari Trip

Activities : Ngo , Gap year ,Career break ,Travel Tours ,Childcare Work , Combo Travel Placements ,Safari Tours ,Orphanage Work , Care Work , Community Projects.
Countries : Kenya
Location : Nairobi, Mombasa, Central Rift Valley, Masai Mara
Duration : 2-4 weeks

Info
The Discover Kenya Trip gives participants the opportunity to travel and work in East Africa’s most tourist focused country.

This 30 day discovery tour comprises of a combination of voluntary work within the local communities. You will visit both the rural and coastal regions of Kenya to compare their unique lifestyles and get a chance to meet the Big 5 on safari in one of Kenya’s famous game reserves. This package offers participants the chance to immerse themselves into Kenyan culture, to experience life in Africa whilst helping communities by volunteering your assistance in various projects. Once participants have completed their much appreciated hard work helping the communities they are given the opportunity to climb Mt Longonot in Kenya’s central province or maybe even get face to face with a pack of lions on one of the safari game drives. No doubt you will meet lots of like minded people out there participating in the same program. The Kenya discovery trip aims to benefit all concerned as we put a great deal of effort establishing the links between the locals and the volunteers to get the best possible outcome.

Itinerary ‘Discover Kenya’ Proposed Itinerary;
Day 1 – Arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport where you will be met by the Sub Saharan coordinators where you will be transferred to a hotel or a host family.

Day 2 - will start with a brief by the local staff about the trip including talks on the adventure aspect, health & safety, and the culture and way of life in Kenya. You will be taken on a city tour and a visit to the project, giving you a chance to meet and greet all the staff members before the work starts the following day.

Day 3 – 8 – For the next 6 days you will be given the opportunity to do some voluntary work in a local children’s orphanage or be able to teach at a school. These depend on your preferences. In the orphanages you will be able to look after and care for many children who have lost their parents through HIV/AIDS. Part of this process is lots of interaction with the children including games, activities and teaching the children. Most orphanages also have feeding programs which volunteers will be involved with. Volunteers are also able to teach at specific projects a range of subjects including English, Maths, Science, and Geography. Volunteers are also encouraged to be proactive and create extracurricular activities for the children to participate in.

Day 9 – On day 9 you will be able to visit the David Sheldrick foundation for orphaned baby elephants. Also nearby you will visit the giraffe centre, the Karen Blixen safari walk and finally have your evening meal dinner at the world famous Carnivore Restaurant.

Day 10 – 14 - You will return to your volunteer project and continue working there for another 4 days.
Day 15 – Day 15 will see you embark on an adventure to either Mt Longonot or to Hells Gate National Park. We have given volunteers the option here. Mt Longonot is a dormant volcano located in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. The trip is 7-8km long and takes around 5 hours. Hells Gate National Park is unique as it is one of only two parks in Kenya where hiking & cycling is permitted. The park offers many animal varieties including zebra, buffalo, eland, thomson’s gazelle and many more.


Day 16 – 19 - For the next three days volunteers will be taken on safari. The choices for this include the Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru & Amboseli National Parks. We will organise this trip on majority numbers. Each of the three parks contains Africa’s Big Five including lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard & rhino. You will be accommodated in tented camps inside the national park and all your meals will be included
Day 20 – Day 20 sees you taking the 8 hour trip through the scenic Tsavo National Park to Kenya’s second largest city and only port Mombasa.

Day 21 – 24 Your time in Mombasa will be spent at a volunteering project. You will work in the project for 4 days. This again is a project of your choosing: perhaps something similar to the work you were doing in Nairobi or maybe something completely different. This project must be chosen before arrival in Mombasa. You can discuss the options with our staff on the ground and they will assist you getting to work at the project.

Day 25 – 28 This is your time to take in Mombasa’s famous culture. You will either be situated with a host family or in a hotel. Volunteers will be able to enjoy the beach life and participate in the Mombasa excursions including the Marine Park, Haller Park, and historical sites of Mombasa including Fort Jesus and further up the coast, the Gedi ruins. This time is mos











March 14




March 14





Goodnight, Amazing
Race. Goodnight, Food Network shows.
Good night, little boy.


Another day without a voice. Though my lower register have recently returned, any prolonged conversation sparks up a new bout of laryngitis. Still, managed a long coaching session from Dan about the existential crisis in which I'm currently trapped.

How exactly do you accept yourself in times of self-doubt and reinvention? It's like turning into a skid on a high mountain pass. You might go off the cliff, but you're going off the cliff anyway... might as well try everything. Although you have to commit for it to
have any chance of working.

Cryptic self-help, personal development metaphors aside, I trimmed Movie's nails today, experimented with a beef-negimaki roll, and am settling in to watch the first episode of the HBO miniseries, The Pacific (the companion show to Band Of Brothers, only about the other theater in WWII).

One of these days I'll get back to the gym. Oh yes, and Happy Pi Day! 3.14!

(as I said on Twitter earlier today: "From memory: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993... and that's it. Age and substance have washed the rest clean away."—although now that I've looked at it again to check if I was right, which I was, I've recommitted the next 4 digits as well—7510. I'm sure I'll promptly forget it again by next week.)









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baby development week 14




Beginner's Half-Marathon Trainer: The 14-Week Program to Completing a Half-Marathon in Your Best Time






THE ULTIMATE HALF-MARATHON TRAINING GUIDE FOR EVERYONE

The half-marathon is booming in popularity and it’s easy to see why. At just over 13 miles, the race is short enough for beginners but long enough to test even serious runners. So whether you want to compete or just push yourself, the half-marathon offers the perfect challenge. With its can’t-fail, 14-week programs, The Beginner’s Half-Marathon Trainer shows how to run your best time without injury or time-intensive training. By offering several unique programs, it caters to everyone from walkers to competitive racers and teaches you how to:

•Mentally prepare

•Train smarter

•Improve speed and endurance

•Properly nourish your body

•Pace your self










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