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Name the perfume that has a french name & comes in a red bottle in the shape of an apple or open rose bud?

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July 19, 2019 / By Priscilla
Question: I went to Paris in February 2005 and saw adds for a certain kind of perfume and I tried it at the Sephora store in Paris. It was the most amazing sweet light scent ever! Not overpowering and flowery like most. It was almost fruity. When I came back to US I bought a bottle at Von Maur in the Briarwood Mall of Ann Arbor, MI and it was $85 a bottle. I remember it being a French name for love like Amour, J'adore or something like that. I've been looking everywhere and can't find it! I thought maybe it was Amor Amor and my hubby bought it for me for Christmas but it was not in a red rose or apple bottle. I looked online and couldn't find it anywhere! The only thing like it was called Hypnotic Poison or something like that but I remember a French name! I'm desperate! It was my favorite and fits me perfectly! Please help me find it! It's not DKNY Candy Apple either. It's also not Nina Richie. :( It's not Le Feu D'Issey - Issey Miyake either. :( It's not Delices de Cartier or Delices de Cartier Eau Fruitee either! OMG! Am I ever going to find it?!
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May May | 4 days ago
Hi. Could it be Nina by Nina Ricci? http://www.perfumeblvd.com/nina_ricci_perfume.jpg Hi. I've just seen an ad for Paco Rabanne XS pour elle and the bottle has a rose on it. http://www.scent-sation.co.uk/her_fragrances/paco_rabanne/black_xs_her.html
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May Originally Answered: Colicky baby and like's to eat constantly bottle after bottle?
The thing about newborns (which is basically what an 8 week old still is) and feeding is that newborns have a desire (need) to suck. When a baby nurses, they have to suck before milk lets down, and toward the end of a feeding when the hind milk is coming through baby has to suck a little more intently. With bottles, the milk comes out quickly and consistently with very little work from the baby. That's why a baby often seems "hungry" after a more-than-adequate feeding is because baby still has the desire to suck. IMO, your baby at 2 months old, is not going to be hungry that soon after a 4 oz bottle. 4oz is a HUGE bottle for a newborn. The fist is the same size as the stomach. At 2 months (when i would pump and give bottles) my daughter was barely taking 3 oz at each feeding. Now my girl is 8 months, and anything more than 5 oz, she spits up. (But, also, it is breastmilk. With formula, babies DO have to take in larger quantities because it's more difficult for their bodies to digest the nutrients in formula.) It always amazes me when I hear of a mommy feeding their child double what they should be having at a feeding and then saying that their Pediatrician diagnosed the baby with reflux. Babies have very immature muscle control (including the glottis - which is what closes the esophagus) and when you're pouring milk into her non-stop because she's fussing, it's going to come back up. Imagine if you're thisty, and instead of a glass of water, you're made to drink a pitcher. More than likely, that will cause a tummy ache, probably resulting in some fussing! The answer isn't to give more food, it's to solve the problem that's causing the fussing. Since your daughter is still acting "hungry", you should investigate and try other options: smaller stage nipples on the bottle (preemie, if they have them) to encourage more sucking, different types of pacifiers - your daughter may be able to hold a different shape or kind in her mouth better, and gain more benefit, nursing(!!!) at 2 months PP, your milk won't have dried up yet, and you can still breastfeed her which will encourage more sucking, and increase bonding with her. The biggest clue to me is that you said she would just suckle on a bottle all day if you let her. She's NOT hungry all day long. She has a need to suck, and that need is something that is comforting to her, as well as the comfort she gleans when you hold her close, as you do when feeding her. Give her a pacifier, snuggle her, and get her on a proper amount of food on a feeding routine. (Also take into consideration that all that formula switching may have caused her quite a bit of gastrointestinal discomfort, which may take a length of time to correct itself even after she's on a healthy schedule and amount of formula.) I wish you luck and much happiness... =) if you have any questions, feel free to email me.
May Originally Answered: Colicky baby and like's to eat constantly bottle after bottle?
Four ounces is about right... for most babies. But apparently not for yours... Start doing 6 oz's at every feeding... Is it possible you're misreading her signals? Try a binky, or rocking instead of offering another bottle so soon... Formula takes longer for the little ones to digest so she really shouldn't be hungry every 20 minutes.. Now, there is a thing called cluster feeding, where the baby acts much like yours but it's not a permanent thing.. it's sporadic and usually indicates a growth spurt.

Laurelle Laurelle
I am pretty sure that it is j'adore dior, i think they changed the packages because my mother got one of the apple things as a gift when we were in paris and i can't remember what it is called, but i think it was j'adore dior
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Jillian Jillian
http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jh... http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jh... EDIT:http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jh... maybe this one?
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Jillian Originally Answered: Is there ANY point in purchasing MS Office or Pages from the Apple Store if Open Office works just as well?
APA format is just the style to use for typing your essay. It has nothing to do with which software program you use to do it with. The key for you is the format your document is SAVED in. Open Office by default saves files in a format called ODF (Open Document Format) with file extension of .odt for their Writer program. Microsoft Word saves in .DOC (or .DOCX) format. So his Word 2010 is NOT going to be able to open your .odt file. So all you need to do is remember to save your file in the Microsoft Word format. To do that when you get ready to save you simply click FILE, then SAVE-AS, then click the down arrow in the "Save as type" box and select the Microsoft Word format option. It's been a long time since I looked at Open Office (because they don't update their software anymore) so I think the only option you have available is the Microsoft Word 2003 format (.doc). With Libre Office you have the Word 2007/2010 option available so if you had Libre Office I'd tell you to select the 2007/2010 format. But if your only option available in Open Office is the 2003 format, then that's what you have to select. YES before you ask, his Word 2010 WILL OPEN Word 2003 formatted files.

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