Drowning and drowning prevention: what you need to know Drowning can occur quickly and quietly, without any warning noises. Drowning is one of the major causes of death for children under five years. Babies and toddlers are top-heavy, which puts them at higher risk of drowning. If a baby falls into even shallow water, she can't always lift herself out.
Your feelings after a traumatic event You and your child might have experienced a traumatic event together - for example, a serious car accident, a bushfire or flood, or the death of a family member or friend. Or the trauma might be something that happened only to your child. Even if you didn't go through the traumatic event with your child, you might still have strong feelings and reactions afterwards.
Story Damon Gameau, the director of 2040 , is the father of four-year-old Violet (portrayed in young adult form by Eva Lazarro). He's very concerned about what humanity has been doing to the earth. In particular, he's worried about the excessive consumption of fossil fuels, the unmanageable amounts of carbon being leaked into the atmosphere, the fact that the oceans are becoming too acidic and that problem of the ice caps melting.
Daily movement for toddlers: why it's important Movement is important for your toddler's learning and overall health and wellbeing. Play is one of the main ways that children learn and develop, so playing with your toddler each day helps her move about and strengthens her muscles and bones. As your toddler climbs higher, runs faster and jumps further her confidence in what she can do will grow.
Story Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is an accident-prone British intelligence agent for MI7. He's on a retreat high in the Tibetan mountains honing his Kung Fu skills. In London, MI7 has been told by Hong Kong agent Fisher (Richard Schiff) that a group of international assassins called Vortex is planning to kill the Chinese Premier.
Story Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is about to marry Sky (Dominic Cooper), the man of her dreams. The only thing missing from the perfect wedding that she is planning is her father. The problem is that she doesn't know who her father is, and neither does her mother, Donna (Meryl Streep). Shortly before the wedding, Sophie discovers the diary that her mother kept the year she was pregnant.