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25.10.2011., utorak



How Often To Feed A Baby

how often to feed a baby

  • (esp. of an animal or baby) Take food; eat something

  • food for domestic livestock

  • give food to; "Feed the starving children in India"; "don't give the child this tough meat"

  • Give food to

  • Provide an adequate supply of food for

  • provide as food; "Feed the guests the nuts"

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • A young or newly born animal

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

Side view

Side view

One boy,
Boy for sale.
He's going cheap.
Only seven guineas.
That -- or thereabouts.

Small boy...
Rather pale...
From lack of sleep.
Feed him gruel dinners.
Stop him getting stout.

If I should say he wasn't very greedy...
I could not, I'd be telling you a tale.
One boy,
Boy for sale.
Come take a peep.
Have you ever seen as
A boy
For sale.

The Lady Dragonia Petunia Draconius,
To the Mrs. Right Honourable Garrick Pang,

The House of Dragon is an ancient and arrogant lineage. The Spartans of the Reptile Race, the Dragons prize and pursue perfection in all that they do, and especially in how they look. Turtlissimo Tortoimus Draconius is the second child of the Leozardo and I, his mother, Dragonia Petunia "Kinkykat" Draconius. "Turtlie's" older brother Leozardo Magnifico Draconius is a fine specimen of the noble, haughty features dragons call their own. Turtlie's father angrily declares that such a nasty little brat as Turtlie cannot possibly be related to himself, as his body is burger-shaped and his head a misshapen tennis ball. Moreover, Turtlie's snooty older brother Zardo points out that Turtlie will never pass the physical inspection on his fifth birthday, because his body simply is not built for majestic flight. His chubby baby feet have no claws to speak of, Turtlie's general appearance is one of amicable gentleness, and his meek little tail will provide no leverage as his flight rudder.

Turtlie's chief embarrassment is his flying apparatus. Flimsy, soft, and constructed (to his great horror!) of baby-blues plaid, his cousins often remind him that they are heart-shaped, leading them to derisively call my precious offspring "Bumblebee." To a doting mother's heart, they are the most precious little wingsies I have ever seen. But I tremble at the thought of how he will be shredded to pieces by the cruel, unforgiving talons of the scaliest lizards known to the planet. His imperfections are my affections, but alas!

I can only beseech of you, my dear childhood playmate Livizilla Wong-Pang, to consider the fond memories we both share and to accept my hasty tendering of my darling child into your care. I know your own children, Maximus Oink and - what is the new baby's name? Gweneth Genevieve? The chubby little blue dino with the endearingly large head - will eagerly accept my darling Turtlie as one of them. Ah, you have no idea how often I sigh over my illustrious, yet loveless marriage! But I am trapped. The Dragons know no divorce. Only death.

If only I could have seen beyond the lure of money to follow my heart, perhaps Turtlie would not have to suffer thus today. Oh, my child's sufferings are all his mother's fault. Our castle may be a large one, but it is a cold one without love to warm the stone floors.

Often my guilt overtakes me to the degree that I cannot deny my boy the sweeties and snackaroos he craves. My indulgence has only furthered his body image issues, and when I look at him I feel that I have failed to do right by him. You are my last hope.

Turtlie possesses none of the haughty characteristics and attitudes so dearly treasured by the Dragons, but his very faults are his charm. It is true that he is somewhat crooked and twisted, but it only makes him all the more adorable and unique in my eyes.

He asks only to be loved, and in return will give you his heart, which I assure you is as large as his body.

Ever most affectionately yours,


P.S. Pardon the dark pictures. I had to snap these hastily under cover of twilight lest his father find out that I am sending him away and in his anger, eat him for dinner.

[No longer] Vital Statistics
Age: Four
Height: Below average
Weight: Lovable
Wing span: 5.5 inches
Tail length: 3.6 inches
Kill count: 0

De?r ?UnTee O??b?A,

h? i? ?uRt1e. ?? mOmy sa? U ??LL ?Ove M? A ? ?ot.

Dictated: "I can't write any more than that. Thank you for giving me a home. I just want to grow up and love my mommy and not have Daddy eat me. Mommy let me watch a movie tonight and I will sing you this song when I get to your house."

Somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight
Someone's thinking of me and loving me tonight

Somewhere out there someone's saying a prayer
That we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there

And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star

And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky

Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true

And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star

And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky

Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true

Meerkat Baby

Meerkat Baby

Suricata suricatta hahni

Meerkats are small burrowing animals, living in large underground networks with multiple entrances which they leave only during the day. They are very social, living in colonies averaging 20–30 members. Animals in the same group regularly groom each other to strengthen social bonds. The alpha pair often scent-mark subordinates of the group to express their authority, and this is usually followed by the subordinates grooming the alphas and licking their faces. This behavior is also usually practiced when group members are reunited after a short period apart. Most meerkats in a group are all siblings or offspring of the alpha pair.

Meerkats demonstrate altruistic behavior within their colonies; one or more meerkats stand sentry (lookout) while others are foraging or playing, to warn them of approaching dangers. When a predator is spotted, the meerkat performing as sentry gives a warning bark, and other members of the gang will run and hide in one of the many bolt holes they have spread across their territory. The sentry meerkat is the first to reappear from the burrow and search for predators, constantly barking to keep the others underground. If there is no threat, the sentry meerkat stops signaling and the others feel safe to emerge.

Meerkats also babysit the young in the group. Females that have never produced offspring of their own often lactate to feed the alpha pair's young, while the alpha female is away with the rest of the group. They also protect the young from threats, often endangering their own lives. On warning of danger, the babysitter takes the young underground to safety and is prepared to defend them if the danger follows. If retreating underground is not possible, she collects all young together and lies on top of them.

Meerkats are also known to share their burrow with the Yellow Mongoose and ground squirrel, species with which they do not compete for resources. If they are unlucky, sometimes they share their burrow with snakes.

Like most species, meerkat young learn by observing and mimicking adult behaviour though adults also engage in active instruction. For example, meerkat adults teach their pups how to eat a venomous scorpion: they will remove the stinger and help the pup learn how to handle the creature.

Despite this altruistic behaviour, meerkats sometimes kill young members of their group. Subordinate meerkats have been seen killing the offspring of more senior members in order to improve their own offspring's position.

Meerkats have been known to engage in social activities, including what appear to be wrestling matches and foot races

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