Le Tonga s'utilise assez facilement sur un manteau


5 Responses to Porte-bébé Tonga

  1. Constance dit :

    This does look prgoisinm. I’ll keep coming back for more.

  2. http://www./ dit :

    Yes you can, I live in an old school house and did it to mine. I used concrete nails and construction adhesive to add nailers every 16 inches, and then you can install the siding. Mine has been on for 10 plus years.

  3. http://www./ dit :

    *-* I hope I’m not the only one hoping that the werehog will be back during that boss, I loved it on the 360 version <_< Wii version just kinda shaved it and turned it into a dull boss…

  4. http://www./ dit :

    Posted by on September 06, 2012 at 6:33 pm Suzanne,Sounds like another “Ah Ha” moment to me. These are the ones to share for sure. There are plenty of “How to” stuff out there, and we will always make more of those. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.I’m glad you liked the Monday Mindset video. Thanks for your comment.Ken

  5. You are very gutsy. I never dare to send resume to jobs I’m not qualified in and even in jobs I am qualified sometimes I have to be pressured to take the job – I am a freelance and use the moving from job to job process that you describe all the time but I usually feel really incapable at the first months of a project in a whole new area.

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Marion 30 ans tombée dans la marmite à la naissance de sa fille et devenue accro dès les premiers portages. Monitrice de portage formée JPMBB et référente Peau à Peau.