Due Date View™ Android App - playslack.com , Due Date View™ calculates your baby’s estimated date of arrival based on 5 different conception types. This all-inclusive App allows you to choose from the first day of your last period, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), Retrieval/Ovulation, and Embryo Transfer Day 3 or Day 5. Once you save the conception type and select the date it occurred, Due Date View will display your estimated due date along with how many weeks and days you are into your…
Will your little one be born on the 4th of July—or arrive just in time to be your tiny little Valentine? Here's a simple birthdate calculator to give you an idea of when baby will be born based on the time of conception.
Ballindalloch Castle, Scotland was built in 1546 - such a date was cut on the stone in one of bedrooms. The history of the castle is small, but full of lots of legends. It is said that the original intention was to build at a better site defensively, but when building commenced whatever was built in the day was thrown down at night. Eventually the laird, annoyed by the problem, heard a voice saying "Build in the cow-haughs, and you will meet with no interruptions".He did so and was OK.
EXTREMELY RARE Vintage Kewpie Postcard Rose O'Neill 1910s 'This kewpie's careful of his voice' Actor Singer Theatre Baby Cupie Series Cute
We are proud to offer to you in this listing one of two extremely rare Kewpie postcards we have found by artist and sculptor Rose ONeill. This postcard was produced in the 1910s shortly after the conception of the Kewpie design. It is one of a set of six almost impossible to come by postcards that were commissioned and manufactured after an increase in popularity of the ONeill comic strips from 1909. The earliest postal marked example I have found is 1914 suggesting a production date of…
The picture on the left is from a Mesopotamian cylinder seal dated from 3300 B.C. The animal on the right is an artist's conception of an Apatosaurus taken from a skeleton. There are many striking similarities between the two depictions. Where did the original artist, in 3300 B.C., get the model to draw such an accurate representation of a saurapod?
This 1824 "cosmosphere" consists of a printed terrestrial globe, set inside a revolving glass celestial globe. It was invented by Dr William Muller, a major of the Royal Hanoverian Engineers from Woolwich, and made by the Cary brothers.