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The birth of a child is always a huge and very important event in the family’s life. Parents are waiting for long nine month to see a smiling face that is very similar to theirs. It makes parent’s heart beating more intense and it overfills with the tenderness, love and caress. Everything changes when a mommy with a small smiling baby steps into the house. From this moment the life of the whole family changes – everyone takes care of a baby that brings a lot of happiness for each family member.
The first sounds that child makes, the first eructation, the first steps and the first teeth – with all these small but marvelous doings moms want to share with the whole world. Fortunately, nowadays mothers have a chance to show everyone how their children grow and what they are learning during the first years of their lives. Then, another question pops up: what is a best way to share with other mommies how their child grows up? Easy!
Nowadays the web can offer a big variety of choices for mothers. With the popularity on baby-blogs and forums more and more moms share their child’s development process with their friends. Using widgets can significantly simplify the process of tracking the child’s growth in a fun way. With this Baby Growth Chart Widget mothers can save themselves some time and be more organised. Moreover, we all know that most blogs with cool and remarkable features tend to be more popular than ones without them. So why hesitate?
If you want to share how your pretty little baby is growing up – start doing it right now. It is easy to register on the web-page www.babyalculators.com and start using it. The website is very simple to use – mommy can choose the American or European measuring system, all the information mommies are keeping in their blog can be printed or saved as an image. Moreover, it uses international standards developed by the World Health Organization.
It’s true the best month to buy a new HDTV is indeed the month of February. Deals are far and wide for hoop watchers because when the month of March comes, so does the madness! Basketball fans everywhere long to see every games in high-def and the bigger the screen the better. This American obsession has grown in unrivaled popularity but how did it all start? Continue reading
This is not a surprise to anyone, but guess what: Shabazz Muhammad is going Pro! At least that is what his coach thinks.
Coach Howland decided to let the cat out of the bag when asked about the future of his freshman powerforward. Howland’s response: Continue reading
You’d think that young men would dominate professional basketball. Oddly enough, there are some pretty good NBA teams with old players who just keep hanging on. Continue reading
With all of the conference realignment going on right now, the Big East is going to look real different in the future. The Catholic Schools currently in the conference (DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Villanova) will be leaving to start a new league. The “football only” schools will be in the old Big East but will have to create a new name for their league because according to reports the Catholic schools are taking the Big East branding with them: Continue reading
This is almost blasphemous for me to type as a basketball fan. However, with his impressive run this season at Indiana swingman Victor Oladipo is being called the next Michael Jordan.
Now let’s not get ahead of ourselves. We are talking about Michael Jeffrey Jordan the skinny kid from Wilmington who could leap out the gym and had a knack for scoring, who eventually became the six-time champion we all know. That’s who Victor Oladipo is being compared to.
Even Magic Johnson said “To me, he’s a combination of [Michael] Jordan and Dwyane Wade.”
Is the comparison fair? Continue reading
The Atlanta Hawks are a team rebuilding and looking to clear out some of the veterans from their current core. After sending Joe Johnson north to Brooklyn a few months ago, the biggest trade piece left available is swingman Josh Smith.
Smith is getting interest from the Boston Celtics who are likely offering Jeff Green, but word is that the Hawks have their eye on a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. Why might you ask? Well, because they can get Monta Ellis in return who is Continue reading
There is a lot of debate going on these days about who is the greatest player of all time but without a doubt the majority agree it is Michael Jordan. His Airness was simply a once in a lifetime player who won six titles and six NBA Finals MVPs. It is always hard for us to let our heroes go, and even harder to stop bringing them up when discussing the current state of the game.
That’s why this story is gaining steam. Could MJ really be planning an NBA return at age 50? He did say and I quote, “don’t be surprised if you look up and see me playing at age 50. Don’t laugh.”
Jordan seemed like he was dead serious when he said that and according to reports is looking to get back down to his playing weight. He is even taking Continue reading
You hate to see this happen to college kids.
While they are labeled as “one and done” they are still kids trying to achieve a dream. We don’t have to get into the many reasons that this type of incident is unfortunate, Nerlens Noel isn’t getting paid to play and already suffered a huge setback.
Modern medicine is getting better but a knee injury is still a knee injury. It won’t be until well after the NBA Draft and probably until after his rookie season that we see how this injury slows him down. Noel is still getting picked top 10 don’t get it confused but he’s going to be slowed down at least for his rookie year.
If you have the stomach to watch knee injuries check out the video below: Continue reading
The Chicago Bulls are one of the teams contending in the East, but many think that they need Derrick Rose back 100% to truly contend. As D. Rose plots his return the Bulls float around the middle of the East. Can Loul Deng and crew hold afloat long enough?
Well, according to sources they may have to wait a little longer. Rose’s return is not imminent: Continue reading
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