Origin of first name: Old, French, Germanic Meaning of first name: First name mixed. Diminutive of Louis (or Louise), of the Germanic "hold", illustrious, and "wig", fight, this name is today as well given to girls or boys, even if, in XVIIe, it was rather feminine. The patron saint of this name, King Louis IX, better known as Saint Louis (1215-1270), was a model of charity and courage.
Agitation, guilt, incomprehension ...: few parents remain indifferent to a plaintive: "I'm bored, I do not know what to do" with their child. What does he really express? How to react ? Explanations and advice. What do they say when they say, "I'm bored"? Case # 1: You have just unfolded your deckchair to dive into your thriller, and your son begins to whine: "I'm bored!
According to a US study published in the Annals of the US National Academy of Sciences, becoming a father would lower testosterone levels in men. If the decline in libido and hormonal shock is known in young mothers after delivery, it is more surprising to learn that it also affects young dads.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, Courts, French, Greeks Meaning of the name: In Greek, the name Iris means "rainbow". Of course, this beautiful name evokes color ... like the seven colors of the scarf of Iris, messenger of the gods in Olympus. It's a pretty common name in Germany, England and Wales.
Origin of name: Latins Meaning of name: Derived from the name Rose, from the Latin "rosa", rose. Symbol of love in the classical language, the rose was among Christians the emblem of modesty. This fragrant flower was used as a name from the tenth century, like many flowers elsewhere.