After parenting for ttnewy-two years, I’d give the following advice:1) Trust your instincts. You’re a caring parent, and even if you make a mistake or two, your instincts are probably on target.2)Don’t worry (too much) if your parenting style and your spouse’s are somewhat different. As long as you’re honest with your child, the child will be able to grasp that there are Daddy’s rules and Mommy’s rules, and both sets of rules have value.3)Give lots of hugs.4)LISTEN to your child before you shoot your mouth off.5)Don’t sweat the small stuff.6)BUT don’t be afraid to take a very strong stand with your child when basic values are violated.7)Most of all, relax and enjoy your child! The years speed ahead, and much too soon your child is on his/her own, and you’re left remembering those wonderful days when he or she was at home.
Any of the wrinkles, but eseiapclly the facial ones. The facial ones tend to get more saliva dirt in them, and bacteria can build up. Any where he has wrinkles should be gently cleaned out on a regular basis.References :