from concentrate. No sugar added. A blend of 7 fruit juices (pear and/or apple, orange, pineapple, passion fruit, mango… but that’s only six or perhaps five, you say, well, you’re right… only they double list orange as from concentrate and not from concentrate). Basically, it’s a better version of 5 Alive, but still not as robust a fruit juice as I’m used to drinking.
Grant Morrison’s blending of Oscar Wilde with the Marquis De Sade into an adventurous anti-hero in an alternate steampunk Victorian England. Full of decadence and excess, the tale is a demented dose of action and whimsy despite the rather disgusting undercurrent to its titular character. In his introduction Morrison reveals an elaborate timeline of the title character’s most notable moments, giving this collection of the 3-issue mini-series from 1993 as sense of being a part of something larger, but also having the negative effect of feeling less significant as a stand-alone story.
because a newborn baby’s organs are still developing they tend to experience hiccups on a far more frequent occasion that toddlers or adults do. LL gets hiccups about five or six times a day, and they tend to last for about 5 - 10 minute spans (apparently it’s even normal for them to last up to half an hour or as short as two minutes). There’s no “cure” for hiccups and they tend to bother the parents more than the baby (at first, but as they start creating air bubbles in LL’s stomach, she starts getting upset).
Unlike when I hiccup, LL doesn’t tear up. That may be because they don’t start developing tears until two or three weeks old and they don’t start developing visible, dripping crying tears until 7-8 month (you’d notice irritated, red eyes if they weren’t producing any at all).