Nếu vẫn đang tìm hiểu về THAI GIÁO thì Mamibabi là tất cả những gì mẹ cần để Thai giáo cho bé yêu đó.
Nhận ngay 3,000+ hoạt động thai giáo được tối ưu khoa học theo từng ngày mang thai, không còn mất thời gian tìm hiểu nữa!
With the subject of behaviour, I couldnt look at my friends exercise to copy.
You're selling me fish heads for $4 apiece when I can buy the whole fish for $2. You're ripping me off!
Lucky for you that the chief’s at his daughter’s wedding. He’ll be in a good mood when he gets back.
Then I will eat the bread myself
God answered, Sure, give me a second.
It requires but one skill. You see they have learned to feed each other, while the greedy think only of themselves.
Son, I hope and pray that each and every one of these puppies will have an owner such as you.
I moved the chairs back from the fire and tidied the living room. The muddy prints of small sandals were still wet upon my hearth. I let them be. I want them there in case I ever forget again how very rich I am.
The Woodman was in despair. The axe was all he possessed with which to make a living, and he had not money enough to buy a new one. As he stood wringing his hands and weeping, the god Mercury suddenly appeared and asked what the trouble was. The Woodman told what had happened, and straightway the kind Mercury dived into the pool.
“Away with you, vile insect!” said a Lion angrily to a Gnat that was buzzing around his head. But the Gnat was not in the least disturbed.
It was hot summer. A lion went to a pool to drink water. Just then a pig also came there to quench his thirst. Both of them wanted to drink first.
One fine day two Crabs came out from their home to take a stroll on the sand.
In a spell of dry weather, when the Birds could find very little to drink, a thirsty Crow found a pitcher with a little water in it.
There was once a Dog who was so ill-natured and mischievous that his Master had to fasten a heavy wooden clog about his neck to keep him from annoying visitors and neighbors.
On his deathbed, a father advised his son to always speak truth. The son promised that he would never tell a lie.