Make Up Game For Kids

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  • The composition or constitution of something
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
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  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
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  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis

A Letter To My Kid
A Letter To My Kid
Dear Max, You have always demanded nothing less than the truth from your dad and I and there's going to come a day when you will discover that we lied to you about the tooth fairy being real. It might be hard for you to understand why, when normally we tell you the exact truth, we would lie about that. I hope you will forgive me for indulging you in the lovely idea of a little fairy coming to retrieve your teeth because you were a born skeptic of all things; you were born a cranky old man; so when you looked up at me and asked me if the tooth fairy was real and I saw that for one of the few times in your life you really wanted to believe in something silly and sweet and wholly childish- I would rather have died than said no. There were other lies too, lies I told you to protect your fragile feelings because I couldn't bear to see you hurt by people who didn't understand you. I am used to receiving criticisms from other parents and family and friends about how your dad and I have been raising you. However, this past week was the first time any other parents insinuated that I didn't like to spend time with you; that I am happy to send you away from me because I don't want to deal with you, and worst of all was hearing words that felt like an accusation that I don't love you. It has also been suggested that I am violating your right to privacy by discussing your mental disorder in public. If people who don't know me can come here and not see that I love you, in spite of all the complaints about how challenging it is to raise you; both because of your disorder, mine, and your dad's, in spite of all the sorrows, the frustrations, and the drama...perhaps it's time to address you on my blog so that someday when you're old enough to read what I've written here, there will be an answer to those questions and those accusations. I have never felt it seemly to brag about you publicly too much, to express my love all the time to strangers, because unlike most people- it isn't the complaints and the challenges and the disorders that feel most private to me- it's the incredible love I feel for you and your dad that I am shy of sharing. Maybe it's because I'm afraid that if I share that publicly more often people will think I've ceased to see reality and that we're living in a fairy story. Except for believing in the tooth fairy, you have never believed in things that weren't evident to you. I know that I am excessively uncomfortable when I read other parents gushing unrepentantly about their glorious offspring on their own blogs. Even though I am happy for all children whose parents feel such love for their kids, no kid deserves less that that level of love...but I always hunger to hear the real everyday stuff because I know that no matter how much every parent loves their children- parenting is a challenge full of really tough moments. I also worry that if I profess my rushing huge love for you- I will be attracting the evil eye to you. Even though I don't really believe in the evil eye. It's very Gallic of me I suppose. I will tell you whatever you want to know any time you want to ask- but tonight I really want to tell you that that 20 minute bicycle ride we took to the therapist's office on Friday made me so happy- it felt like the old days when you and I spent all day riding my bicycle all over town, you on a kid's seat in front of me, within arm's reach. You got to face out which is what you loved- to see the world rush by fast. We did our grocery shopping on the bicycle, and we toured the neighborhood every single day. I have missed that so much. It crushed me when we moved here and you refused to bicycle with me anymore. I have missed it so much. On Friday we talked about all kinds of things and talking with you when you're feeling good is the best thing on earth, bar none. I know I'm not allowed to hug you or kiss you anymore unless you need it- but I had the strongest desire to hug you and suck all the sweetness from your fading childish cheeks. You are so unbelievably smart and critical and when you get excited about things you give it every scrap of passion you can generate from your too-thin body. It's a beautiful thing to see and I will never get tired of it. I have met few children with the amount of fire and brilliance in them that you have. If I can keep you safe until you reach maturity you will outshine most of your peers. This is the thing that has weighed heavily on me since the day you tore me apart to get into this world alive- looking at you nursing at my breast with that fierce disconcerting old man's eye on the perimeters (making sure no one was going to attempt to usurp you) I knew you were different. You were born knowing who you are and it has been such an intense frustration to you to see how everything works, should be, and to find that your body isn't mature enough to do what you wanted it to do- like when you knew how to open the door but your baby hands ju
Defeat everything! Competite your level!
Defeat everything! Competite your level!
This is a toy that the kids picked up with absolutely classic Chinglish in the instructions on the back: "Marble is a kind of game that is very mordern now. It collects exciment fasciration. It's a ve-ry interesting game. It can not only trains lover's skill and intelligence but also is a best way for lover to make friends. It's an intelligent game for a family to be a happy field. Spring your miracle, competite your level. You'll surpass yourself intelligence and skill thr-ough a sernies of intelligent competition actions, competite your intelligence and your skill,participate in together.plagways. 1. The two parties will judge winning or losing, according to the highest grand total. The one who get the highest grade is a big winner. 2. Before a game begins, players may also engage to shoot the five provided plastic teas-ed pearl early or late, getting the grand total. We winner according to how many points it can reach. Where there is a will, there is a way. The training of will,intellivgence, skill wil be your best ladder of success, it is your best training way of defeating everying.

make up game for kids