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”PORTRAIT EQUESTRE DU PRINCE BALTASAR CARLOS” PAR VELASQUEZ

L'infant, don Baltasar Carlos, sur une jument nerveuse, prend une pose altière et regarde gravement le peintre. La jument, vue de dessous, est surprise dans son trot vif. Magnifique contraste entre l'attitude de l'enfant imperturbable et celle du jeune animal fougueux.   Dans ce portrait équestre, Vélasquez aspire à immortaliser l'enfant et la jument dans leur réalité...

Publié il y a 6 jours dans l'écrivain... par Christian Jougla | Lire la suite...

Baby Samourai made-in-India – 6. In the pool

A t 6 o'clock we set foot (and wheelchair) for the delivery room to attend the filling of the pool – apparently the sound of running water itself encourages the cervix to open up. And all of a sudden I was very far from the idea I had of water birth. Yes, curiously, despite the awful video, I still had romantic images of the thing. First the image of a naiad frolicking in a hot water...

Publié le 28/02/2015 dans Indian... par IndianSamourai | Lire la suite...

Baby Samourai made-in-India – 4. Final preparations

I started my maternity leave a couple of weeks before due date. I had an exhaustive to-do list before becoming a parent: buy a decent fridge and washing machine (we already had the crib!), make peanut butter, finish watching Orange Is the New Black and treat myself with a haircut / manicure-pedicure. Because I thought I wouldn't have too much time to do it with the newborn and (it is very...

Publié le 24/02/2015 dans Indian... par IndianSamourai | Lire la suite...

Baby Samourai made-in-India - 3. Choosing the delivery method

Pregnancy is fine but well, the time of giving birth did come at some point. Not that I was in a hurry but, as I read somewhere, we never saw a 24-month pregnant woman!   Determined to follow Mother Nature’s ways as much as possible (i.e. to avoid caesarean delivery), I let the British midwife to convince me to try to aquatic experience... She had nice arguments, like the...

Publié le 22/02/2015 dans Indian... par IndianSamourai | Lire la suite...

Babies made-in-India - 5. Versus French ways

Since there is nothing wrong in getting pampered, these customs of returning to the maternal fold, staying at home and keeping bed rest persist through the ages and social classes. Several times I have asked colleagues, newly elevated to the rank of fathers, if they were not too tired. And got the reply “no no, you know, my wife and baby are at my in-laws, they’ll come back only after...

Publié le 10/02/2015 dans Indian... par IndianSamourai | Lire la suite...

Babies made-in-India - 4. Naming

I was frequently asked, till the baby turned two months if we had already chosen his name! Indeed, in India, the baby is named at the end of the safety period, generally 40 days. It gives time for the astrologer to find the name, or at least its first letter. Meanwhile, the baby is called baby, and evil spirits are kept at bay!   And if everything goes well, the family...

Publié le 08/02/2015 dans Indian... par IndianSamourai | Lire la suite...

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