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« на: Јуни 26, 2008, 11:00:14 »

Veke imate domasen milenik, a planirate da go zgolemite brojot na clenovi vo semejstvoto - na pat e bebe .
Sigurno vo momentot koga vasite rodnini ke slusnat deka doaga bebe vo domot  pocnuvaat razni raspravii i muabeti deka kuceto treba da se odstrani od domot, deka ne treba da mu se pribliziva na deteto ili da ne se pusta vo bebeskata soba..... Vakvite muabeti i raspravii ke gi slusate sekojdnevo, pogotovo od luge koi nikogas vo zivotot nemale domasen milenik. Pa eve nekoi tekstovi koi ke im bidat korisni na site kaj koi doaga novorodence  :binky:

Nema da mozam da preveduvam, ke gi postavam onaka kako sto se na angliski a vo kratki crti ke se potrudam da objasnam na makedonski  :wink:

Edna recenica koja mi bese najvazna da ja zapocnam ovaa tema e:

Some experts even think that exposure to dogs — and dog slobber — can help kids avoid asthma and allergies later in life by challenging their immune systems. So, while you probably don't want your dog "kissing" your baby on a regular basis, a few licks here and there are nothing to worry about.

Sto e sosema sprotivna na mislenjata deka bas poradi alergiite i astmata , kuceto treba da bide sto podaleku od bebeskata soba.


What about pregnancy and your dog?

Overall, dogs do not pose any health risks for you and your developing baby while you are pregnant. The main concern is that large dogs might jump on your abdomen while you are lying down or sitting in a chair. The likelihood of any problem is extremely low, but if your dog is heavy and is in the habit of jumping on you, it would be best to begin training him not to do that.

A second concern develops after the baby arrives. Young children are the most frequent victims of dog bites. Your child will be exploratory by nature and might poke, pull hair, or crawl up behind and startle dogs. Unfortunately, your child's innocent exploration may elicit an involuntary response (i.e. snip or bite) from your dog.

Here are some helpful tips to help create a safer and happier environment for you, your baby and your precious dog:

    * Identify habits of your dog that may be a problem when the new baby arrives, and begin re-training now.
    * Begin training your dog on the idea of a new baby in the house. Practice routines that you will be doing later so that all the changes do not happen at once for your dog. Sometimes using a doll at the table or sitting in a seat can work.
    * Start training your dog on the difference between his toys and the baby's toys.
    * Believe it or not, your dog may get jealous of the attention directed at your new baby. Make sure you remember to pay some special attention to your dog, too. Include your dog in some of the play with the baby.
    * Always monitor your child when he/she is around a dog.
    * Never leave a dog alone with a child.
    * You dont need to ban yur pets during pregnancy. Talk with your vet about helpful ways to introduce your dog and new baby.

http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pregnancyhealth/pets.html

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Raining cats and dogs – pets, pregnancy and your baby
Written by Rebecca Oppenheim

You may be looking forward to the arrival of a new baby, but some members of your household may be less than enthusiastic. Cats and dogs can become stressed and unhappy, causing problems for you and baby. So what are the risks and can pets and babies really mix?

   
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Preparation is key to helping pets adjust to your new arrival.
If you have pets and are expecting a baby, you will probably have a number of concerns. Foremost in your mind may be worries about whether they pose any threat to your pregnancy.

And with canine attacks on children often hitting the headlines, you may well be anxious about how your four-legged friend will adapt to your new arrival.

Pregnancy safety
(za macki)

For mothers-to-be, the thing to remember is to avoid contact with any faeces.

Expectant mothers should never clean out litter trays or do any gardening in places where cats may have gone to the loo.

This is to avoid a dangerous disease called toxoplasmosis, which can affect the eyes and brains of unborn babies, leading to problems later in life.




Why dogs attack

People commonly believe dogs attack because they feel their status in the pack is being threatened, but some experts believe this is too simplistic and has no scientific basis.

Canine psychologist Kathleen Martin says: 'It's a known problem for dogs to attack newborn babies and small children. People put it down to jealousy, but dogs don't actually get jealous – it's a human emotion.'

Animal behaviourist Peter Neville says there are three reasons why a dog may attack a baby.

      Mixed signals

      Firstly, the baby may be using something the dog is used to having. For example, the infant could be on a chair the dog likes to sit on.

      The dog will ask the baby to move using body language, which the baby, of course, doesn't understand. When the baby doesn't move, the dog will snap.

      To another dog, this snap would be the equivalent to a light slap, but to a baby with soft skin and no fur, it is a serious wound.

      Hunter instinct

      Secondly, the baby may be seen as prey. A baby squeaks and gurgles, waves its arms around and stares with big eyes.

      This can trigger the hunting instinct in dogs, causing them to try to harm the baby. Peter says this reaction is common in dogs such as terriers.

      A defensive reaction

      The third reason for attacks comes later when the baby is able to crawl. It is a defensive reaction caused by the baby doing something the dog doesn't like.

      The dog will again give body language warnings that mean: 'Don't poke me in the eye' or 'Don't pull my tail'. If the baby ignores these signs, the dog will lash out.

Sto treba roditelite da napravat za da imaat harmonicno semejstvo?

Dogs

Get an indoor kennel so your dog has somewhere to hide while in the house. Create routines, such as going for walks at a certain time.

'Babies like routine and animals like routine. Building those up before the baby arrives will ensure the dog takes the transition much easier.'

When your baby arrives, you will have less time for your dog. So make sure the time you spend with him or her is quality time.

Peter suggests taking five minutes after the baby has gone to sleep to play a game with your dog.

Philippa is already preparing Bracken for her baby's arrival. 'We are starting to concentrate on playing with Bracken in the utility room. That way, we're hoping he will know that's his room where we can have fun together.'

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Baby safety

But what about baby? Is it safe to have animals near a newborn child?

Canine psychologist Kathleen says the health risks are minimal. 'It should be fine as long as the dog has had its immunisations. We can't catch doggy diseases anyway. The only thing we can get is worms – so make sure the dog is regularly wormed.'

The same goes for cats, and it is important to make sure your pets don't have fleas. Although fleabites are not life threatening, they are incredibly unpleasant for a baby.

The rest is basic hygiene, says Kathleen, such as not letting animals lick your baby's face and always washing your hands when preparing food.



A bad reaction

Despite your best efforts, your pet may still have problems adapting to baby.

Peter says: 'If a cat or dog does react badly to the arrival of a baby, you must never punish the animal. All advice is useful, so ask around.

'And if you think you may have a problem looming, go and see an animal behaviourist before your baby is born.'

http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/features/petsandbabies_003846.htm

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« Одговори #1 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 11:10:15 »

Pets and Pregnancy


Guess what? As a pet owner, you've already gotten a glimpse of what life will be like as a parent. Remember that time your puppy made a mess on your new carpet? Well, just wait until your newborn has his or her first explosive poop — all over that same carpet. Remember the last time your cat woke you up in the middle of the night? Well, get used to that — because a baby is especially good at getting you up at midnight…and 2 a.m.…and 4 a.m.

So, you're a step ahead because you have some idea of what you're in for once baby makes three (people, that is). And you're right to be concerned, but you can take measures now to make sure your pets don't come between you and a healthy pregnancy, and prepare Fido and Fifi (and your house) for the day your baby comes home.

First, you need to educate yourself about toxoplasmosis, a parasite that cats and other animals can carry and excrete in their feces and that can be harmful to your baby during your pregnancy (especially in the first trimester). But before you throw the kitty out with the kitty litter, keep in mind that the risk of infection is very remote if you have an indoor cat. What's more, if you've had your cat for a while, you're likely to already be immune to toxoplasmosis (because you've probably already been infected with it). A simple blood test is available that will confirm your immunity, but it won't be useful unless you were tested before you conceived (that's because the tests are not sensitive enough to show whether you have a new infection or simply have antibodies from an old infection). Talk to your practitioner to see if you were tested before you became pregnant. And as a precaution, you may want to put someone else on litter-boks duty for the duration of your pregnancy.

You can also contract toxoplasmosis through gardening (it's in the soil) or by coming into contact with raw or undercooked meats. So as a general rule, be as fastidious as your cat is: Wash your hands often, especially after food preparation — and if you must change the litter boks, wear gloves (that goes for gardening too!).

As for your pup, you may need to take some steps to prepare pooch for the arrival of his new "sibling." Consider signing him up for obedience training ("Drop that diaper now!") if he's never had it before; exposing him to babies (and their extensive array of sounds, smells, and gear — this goes for your kitty too); getting him used to a different sleeping arrangement if there's one in the cards for him when the baby comes home; and carving out a different eating space too (preferably out of reach of the baby's probing fingers). Another tactic: Use a baby doll in the weeks before delivery to rock, carry, sing to, and push in a stroller to get your pets used to daily baby care (though you may want to try this at home and not in public!).

Once your little bundle arrives, have your partner bring home a onesie that the baby has worn in the hospital or birthing center for the dog to sniff.
And, finally, try to put yourself in your pets' shoes (or paws) for a minute: A new baby is a huge deal for them as well, so be mindful about their feelings. Don't suddenly withdraw attention, especially from your affection-hungry pup. A better approach is to gradually acclimate him to spending less time with you; perhaps your husband can give the pooch some one-on-one time while you're nursing (or better yet, napping).

And most important: Never leave a baby (or toddler) alone with a dog — even the most gentle canines can be unpredictable, so err on the side of caution. Cats are more likely to keep to themselves (they know what curiosity can do), but you'll still need to teach kitty to stay away from the crib or changing table. Your bigger challenge down the line will likely be to teach your baby how to be gentle with those furry friends (tails make awfully tempting pull toys!).

Enjoy your pets and your pregnancy!

http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/ask-heidi/pets-and-pregnancy.aspx

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« Одговори #2 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 11:31:59 »

Can you be too clean?


If you're feeling guilty about leaving your baby in germ-ridden daycare, letting the dog slobber all over her, and not keeping your house spotlessly clean all the time, you can stop worrying. Though your little one may have a few more colds now than her less hygiene-compromised peers, she may be less likely to suffer chronic problems with asthma and allergies later, according to the latest research.

In this century, there has been a huge increase in the numbers of children with asthma and allergies worldwide, particularly in developed countries. In the United States, asthma is now the most common chronic disease of childhood, affecting nearly 5 million children and adolescents. Reports show a 75 percent increase in asthma prevalence from 1980 to 1994, with an astounding 160 percent rise in children under the age of four, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In 1989, an epidemiologist writing in the British Medical Journal suggested that the rise in allergies may be due to declining family sizes and higher standards of cleanliness that provide young children with less exposure to germs. This, in turn, is thought to give their still-developing immune systems less practice fighting off intruders. The result, as the theory goes, is that the under-challenged immune system wants to be used, so it's primed to see harmless substances like dust and pollen as dangerous invaders, leading to allergies and asthma.

Recent studies show that there may be some truth to this idea, which has come to be known in medical circles as the "hygiene hypothesis." In 1997 a study of almost 12,000 families in England and Scotland found that the more children a family had, the less the incidence of asthma. A May 2000 study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine reported that among almost 1,200 teenagers in Canada, those who grew up on farms were 40 percent less likely to have asthma than their urban and suburban counterparts.

And in a more comprehensive study in the August 24, 2000 New England Journal of Medicine, scientists at the University of Arizona followed a group of 1,035 children from infancy until they were as old as 13. They found that among babies under six months, those who had older siblings or were in daycare were more likely to have asthma symptoms such as wheezing. But after the age of six, these same children were 40 percent less likely to be suffering from asthma.

"What do siblings, animals, and daycare have in common?" asks Dr. Thomas M. Ball, assistant professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Arizona and one of the authors of the study. It sounds inelegant, but the answer is probably contact with trace amounts of feces. Ball speculates that what actually causes that decrease in asthma later isn't actually the number of infections a baby has, but rather the amount of contact she has with endotoxins, which are substances that are given off by bacteria when they die. Feces are loaded with them.

But the important thing to note from Ball's study is that the window of opportunity for affecting the developing immune system seems to occur during the first year of life. Research has shown that a baby's immune system begins preparing for microbial onslaught even before birth, with the placenta acting as a filter that lets through small amounts of innocuous allergens and microbes. Babies, it seems, are born ready to have their immune systems challenged. So don't stress too much about the various bugs your baby may be encountering at daycare or from the family pet. They may be the best thing for her in the long run.

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« Одговори #3 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 11:42:49 »

и уште една интересна тема:
Дали кучињата можат да осетат бременост ?

Larra mnogu se promeni, mene mi stana mnogu cudna vo odnesuvanjeto, pa se zainteresirav da pronajdam tekstovi, dali kuceto moze da oseti deka nesto se slucuva. Ona stana premnogu privrzana za mene, duri kako da e zakacena so lance za mene i si ja nosam kako privezok  :roll:  Kade i da sednam jas, ona legnuva do mene, vo istiot moment koga ke stanam , stanuva i ona, kade sto ke legnam pak, pak legnuva do mene i taka beskonecno, dobro e sto saka barem da izleze so Toni na setanje  :lovesmile:

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Sensing Pregnancy: Pregnancy and Your Pet

If you’re a pet owner, then you may have noticed your cat or dog acting a bit strange since you got pregnant. Perhaps you paid little attention to the changes or maybe you wondered if they could be related to your pregnancy. Well, if you were thinking the latter, then you would be correct!

Pregnant Belly Syndrome?
Pets seem to have an innate intuition when it comes to important events. An animals ability to sense changes in the weather, earthquakes and even volcano eruptions well before humans has long fascinated many. It has also been found that some dogs can detect certain cancers in humans as well as alert a person that they are about to have a seizure or even a heart attack. With such amazing abilities, it should really comes as no surprise that pets can know you’re pregnant before you even think about taking a pregnancy test.

Pregnancy, Your Dog, and that Sixth Sense
While there is no scientific proof that explains precisely why dogs, or any other animal for that matter, can pick up on pregnancy, there is a lot of anecdotal evidence. Just take a look at what the women in our Reader’s Write section have to say about their pets during pregnancy.

Although your dog may not actually understand that you are pregnant, they do notice any changes in your behavior, posture, routine and emotions. These changes may be so minor that you don’t even notice them yourself. But dogs are very much in tune with such differences and will pick up on them right away.

It has also been suggested that dogs may be so sensitive to pregnancy because of the variations in hormones and pheromones in pregnant women. Dogs have an amazing sense of smell that is vastly superior to humans. In fact, their ability to smell is one million times better than humans; when stretched out, their smelling receivers can cover an area of 130m2. In humans, our smelling receptors will only cover 3m2. This is why, before the pregnancy symptoms kick in, before the pregnancy tests are taken, your dog might start to act a bit…different.

Dogs Behaving…Good?
Just how your dog will react to your pregnancy will vary according to your pet. Many women report that their once husband-loving pet has now abandoned that man for her and her pregnant belly. Often becoming more clingy and protective, dogs have been known to stay directly beside mom’s side, even waiting outside the shut bathroom door or next to the tub while you bathe and sleeping beside your bed every night, for the full nine months.

Other dogs may be more vocal in their protection, barking or growling at anyone who approaches the pregnant woman, sometimes even physically blocking people from the mom-to-be. And if your dog starts to take more notice of your belly, nosing it, smelling it or even trying to sit on it, don’t be surprised. She knows that’s where the change is.

While this extreme affection can be endearing (and likely a bit annoying at times), it can also go the other way. Some dogs may react to the pregnancy by becoming aloof and wanting nothing to do with you. They could become stressed and exhibit anxiety, such as pacing and excessive licking. Worse still, they may start to act up by relieving themselves indoors. If your dog’s behavior becomes particularly troublesome, make an appointment with the vet.



We don't have scientific proof that pets sense their owners' pregnancies, but I've seen plenty of examples of this in my ten years as an animal trainer.

Your pets probably don't understand that in nine months a new baby will be joining your family, but dogs and cats do detect differences in your mood, posture, behavior, and body chemistry that clue them in to the enormous changes you're going through.

Your dog and cat will pick up other signs, too: They're masters at reading body language, so they'll notice when your movements start to get more awkward. Pets are also highly attuned to changes in your daily routine — say, if you're not taking your dog for runs as often as you used to, if you're spending more time on the couch, or if family members are treating you with extra care.

It's common for dogs to go on alert and become overprotective of their expecting owner from the very beginning of her pregnancy. I've worked with dogs that growled, barked, or blocked doors with their bodies to prevent other family members — even the baby's father — from coming into the same room as the mom-to-be.

Other dogs will treat their pregnant owner with more attention and care than usual. One woman I worked with had a difficult pregnancy and ended up on bedrest. Her dog refused to leave her side and had to be forcefully pushed outside to go to the bathroom. My own dogs waited patiently for me while I waddled through the park at a slower-than-normal pace.

Because they aren't as socially involved, cats are less likely to go through these sorts of behavioral changes. Three of my cats couldn't have cared less about my pregnancy. The fourth decided that my warm, vibrating belly was the best invention since cat food. I've heard other cat owners report a range of responses from uninterested to more loving and protective. But keep giving your cat attention and love during your pregnancy, as neglected cats may become more aggressive or act out by urinating where they're not supposed to, like in your bed or laundry basket.

To help prevent problem behaviors, try to stick to your pre-pregnancy routine as much as you can, and ask family members and friends to help when you're not up for a run in the park or a long brushing session. I advise clients to develop a plan for their pet while they're in the hospital, just like they'd develop a birth plan. Line up a caretaker for your pets and write down your pets' schedules for that person.

To help your dog understand that you still love him, be careful of the messages you send through your body language. Pregnant women often unconsciously place their hands over their stomachs, and dogs read this closed-arm posture as saying "I'm unavailable" or "step back." Open-armed postures, on the other hand, send dogs the message to "come here."

If your dog or cat starts seriously misbehaving during your pregnancy, or if you don't have experience preparing pets for a new baby, it's a good idea to get help from a professional trainer. Many offer "baby readiness" classes or individual training sessions to help pets adjust.

If you stay on top of any potential behavior problems, having pets during your pregnancy and afterward can be a wonderful thing for you and your baby. Studies have shown that spending time with a domesticated animal can improve mood, reduce depression, lower blood pressure, and even help you live longer. So enjoy!

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« Одговори #4 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 12:50:35 »

Jas samo preku slikа ke vi ja dolovam ubavinata a na Nade ke i go ostavam tekstualniot dеl

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« Одговори #5 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 17:10:51 »

idilicno  :heart  :heart  :heart


Prevencija alergije

07:18 14.01.2008. / Izvor: Politika

Izbegavanje direktnog kontakta sa bakterijama može da spreči širenje infekcije, ali, preterivanje u higijeni moglo bi da bude i delimično odgovorno za porast broja dece koja pate od alergija.

Čovek je razvio veoma higijenski način života i naše telo više nije u stanju da se bori protiv bakterija kao što je to moglo nekada. Rezultat toga jeste promena imunološkog sistema koji je sve dalje od razvijanja odbrambenih mehanizama.

Više od 50 odsto Amerikanaca starosti između šest i 59 godina osetljivo je bar na jedan alergen, pokazuju podaci nacionalnog istraživanja sprovedenog između 1988. i 1994. godine. To je od dva do pet puta više u odnosu na petnaest godina starije istraživanje.

Alergije su u ekspanziji zato što je ljudsko društvo izmenilo način života. Osim toga, sve veći broj ljudi osetljivih na neke alergene stupa u brak sa drugim osetljivim ljudima, dobija osetljiviju decu a sve to dovodi do prirodnog povećanja broja ljudi koji imaju problem sa alergijama.

Nekoliko zanimljivih preporuka u vezi sa smanjenjem broja obolelih objavljeno je u poslednje vreme. Tako neki epidemiolozi iznose stav da ako u jednoj porodici ima deset mačaka kao kućnih ljubimaca, njihova deca mogu da izbegnu alergije.

Jedna ozbiljna studija, objavljena 2002. godine, zaključuje da deca koja u kući imaju više od dva psa ili mačke u prvoj godini svog života imaju mnogo manje izgleda da dobiju neku alergijsku bolest u odnosu na decu koja rastu bez ljubimaca.

Konstantna upotreba antibakterijskog sapuna za pranje ruku, topao vazduh za sušenje umesto peškira, sve veći broj domaćinstava koja svoj prostor pretvaraju u oltar higijene, vakcinacije, antibiotici… predstavljaju miks koji naš telesni sistem za odbranu od bakterija i alergena odvaja od prirodnog načina na koji se telo branilo pre pedeset i više godina.

Bitka protiv klica i bacila još nije ni blizu kraja, ali pronalaženje ravnoteže između zdravog života i suviše čistog života je neminovnost.

„Predlažem roditeljima da deci dopuste da budu samo deca, da ponekad imaju i malo prljave ruke, i ponekad pomaze psa na ulici. Baš kao što su to radili naši preci sa svojom decom koja tada nisu znala za alergije na stotine supstanci”, savetuje Mark Mek Moris, pedijatar alergolog na univerzitetu u Mičigenu.

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« Одговори #6 на: Јуни 26, 2008, 17:19:08 »

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Pasivno pušenje podstiče alergije kod dece

10:31 07.01.2008. / Izvor: Tanjug

Mala deca koja su kao bebe bila izložena duvanskom dimu imaju povećane izglede da pate od pojedinih vrsta alergija, pokazalo je istraživanje švedskih naučnika.

Stručnjaci su i ranije znali da izloženost pasivnom pušenju kako u prenatalnom, tako i u ranom periodu života može kod dece povećati rizik od razvoja simptoma astme, ali su istraživanja koja se tiču pojave alergija davala različite rezultate.

Novo ispitivanje švedskih naučnika je pokazalo da su četvorogodišnja deca koja su kao bebe bila izložena duvanskom dimu imala veći rizik od pojave alergija na alergene u zatvorenom prostoru, kao što su grinje i mačja dlaka, kao i alergija na hranu.

Moguće je da pasivno pušenje izaziva kod dece inflamaciju na zidovima disajnih puteva koja ih može učiniti osetljivim na supstance koje izazivaju alergije, ukazali su naučnici, predvodjeni dr Evom Lanero s Instituta "Karolinska" u Stokholmu.

Rezultati istraživanja objavljeni su u medicinskom časopisu "Toraks" (Thorax), prenela je agencija Rojters. Ispitivanjem je bilo obuhvaćeno više od 4.000 porodica s decom rodjenom u periodu izmedju 1994. i 1996. Od roditelja su tražene informacije o tome da li su pušili u vreme kada su njihova deca bila stara dva meseca, godinu dana i dve godine.

Kod dece su, kad su imala četiri godine, obavljana testiranja krvi za antitela na niz uobičajenih alergena, kao što su mačke, grinje i budj, kao i hrana, poput mleka, jaja i žitarica.

Istraživači su utvrdili da su deca koja su bila izložena duvanskom dimu u dobi od dva meseca imala 28 odsto više izgleda da imaju antitela ili na alergene u kućnom vazduhu ili u hrani.

Izgledi na pojavu osetljivosti na mačke bili su dvostruko veći kod dece koja su bila izložena pasivnom pušenju u vreme kada su bila stara dva meseca. Ta dece su takodje imala blizu 50 odsto više verovatnoće da imaju antitela na alergene u hrani.

Ovi nalazi, kako je istakao tim naučnika, daju podršku teoriji da rano nanošenje štete sluznici koja oblaže disajne puteve može učiniti decu osetljivijom na alergene. Oni takodje daju roditeljima još jedan razlog da ne izlažu svoju decu duvanskom dimu.

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« Одговори #7 на: Август 21, 2008, 15:52:13 »

Ej bravo za temava bas ova sakav na edni prijateli da go dokazam, duri me nervira takvoto mislenje ili koga ke kazat pazite od vlaknata na kuceto da ne se goltne pa ke mu porasnele vlakna vo stomakot, jas sigurno imam izedeno 100 do sega pa dobroe uste sum ziv i zdrav :lol:
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« Одговори #8 на: Октомври 07, 2008, 22:44:01 »

Погледнето го клипов како доберманов го чува бебево: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXCrmrcQnU4


Јас би кажал само 2 збора: ПЕРФЕКТНА ДРЕСУРА! :love7:
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« Одговори #10 на: Октомври 09, 2008, 08:39:00 »

Odlicna tema.  :thumbup:
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« Одговори #11 на: Октомври 09, 2008, 09:52:21 »

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiePun8R0QQ&NR=1

Aj use edno bаnjkanje   :lovesmile:
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« Одговори #12 на: Октомври 09, 2008, 10:06:08 »

Mnogu cesto prasanje dobivam "Zenami e bremena,sto da rabotime so mackata"? ili " Imame bebe 6 meseci,dali da zememe da cuvame kuce vnatre"?
Potiknat od ovie i slicni prasanja, napisav eden tekst tokmu na ovaa tema.Istiot e objaven vo casopisot Bebe magazin broj 3 od 2006 godina,str 87.
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« Одговори #13 на: Јануари 21, 2009, 16:51:11 »

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« Одговори #14 на: Јануари 21, 2009, 18:15:27 »

:heart  :heart  :heart  :heart  :heart
edvaj cekam da stigneme do ovaa faza  :lovesmile:
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