The anchorwoman of the morning news had a crisp voice and read with a cadence that “A man in this city hijacked a restaurant owner with a knife, but the boss was a veteran of the Marine War.” the cell phone rang in the room. The hair dryer in the bathroom stopped quickly, and the girl pulled the wet towel off her head and moved back to the bedroom little by little against the wall.
At the same time, I asked several veteran comrades to go in with me to get some things. I found that the free medical certificate was on the table. I opened his cupboard. I casually took a few sets of clothes, trousers, towels, etc., and I left them in the car. I called my classmate in the hospital. He said he was on duty tonight. I briefly told him to arrange a single ward and drove to the hospital.
Place the dough in a clean, lightly oiled bowl. Cover it with a kitchen towel and let it rise in a warm, draft-free area for approximately 1 hour or until it doubles in size. This step allows the yeast to work its magic by fermenting the dough.
Let children choose their favorite toys, books, pictures of their mothers, small towels, small pillow towels at home, etc., and regard them as “good friends” who accompany them to nursery and kindergarten. When they are homesick, they can look at it, touch it, and tell it from the bottom of their heart. It is a good way to dispel anxiety.
If parents come across a child who is used to breast-feeding or cuddling, they can put a towel under their arms before sleeping, and then put it on the crib with the towel half an hour after the child falls asleep.