I love a messy top knot!! Custom Silhouette Ornaments are available now until they sell out. Just a remember that my deadline for holiday orders is November 30th, and all December and early January orders will ship at the end of January.
TALKING HAMSTER DOLL FOR BABIES & TODDLERS
THIS ITEM INCLUDES FREE SHIPPING!
WATCH YOUR TODDLER SING WITH JOY WHILE THEIR NEW HAMSTER TEDDY TALKS BACK TO THEM!
This funny little hamster will repeat back short statements and sounds from the environment its listening to. Smart design for kids who are just learning to speak, as it allows them to have an interactive experience with their doll in realtime! The talk-back function allows the hamster to repeat back everything you say, no matter whether you laugh or sing. Talking hamster teddy responds in English, Russian, Spanish or any other languages. Great toy to play with your children. Can help them learn to speak quite quickly as teddy mirrors their words back to them.
Elegant and playful in simplicity. Our Mia necklace with dancing stone, in sterling silver 925 would look great on you.
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Lash 101!!! Your eyelashes work hard every day! Did you know they also serve an important biological function? True Story! Those beautiful lashes also protect your peepers from dust, debris, wind and sunlight, in addition to triggering the blink reflex.
You are born with a certain number of eyelash follicles (openings in skin through which lashes grow). And, as hard as you might wish on it, this number will not increase during your lifetime.
People typically have around 100 eyelashes on the upper eyelid and half as many on the lower lid. But who’s really counting? Remember, it’s not how many you have, it’s what you do with them!
Eyelashes are continuously going through stages of growth, resting, shedding, and re-growth. The entire cycle can take anywhere from 5 to 11 months—a good reason not to take your lashes for granted, or risk losing them by rubbing your eyes too hard.
Eyelashes do thin as we age. If your lashes don’t seem as long or as full as they were in, say, your teens or early twenties, you aren’t imagining it. The appearance of our eyelashes not only changes the older we get (sigh), but eyelash follicles can actually stop producing new lashes.