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Today is Television Day， so I thought I'd show you televisions through the decades. From their humble beginnings back in the 1920s when John Logie Baird demonstrated the first moving images up to the present day. In many ways the television has been the focal point in the vast majority of living rooms for the past 10 decades. They are still a prized possession with the latest designs costing a lot of money， just as they always have. ？ ？
Few could afford a television set in the 1920s； it was a family affair watching TV and many households shared this new experience with neighbours and friends too. ？pillow cases linen
For those luckyaccent pillow case baby canvas home and living， or wealthy， enough television meant that you didn't have to go outside your front door to watch sport. ？
Captain America was seen on the big screen and the television； it remains as popular today as it was some 70 years ago. ？
'Watch with Mother' was first shown in the 1950s – a 15 minute lunchtime programme for children. ？
The Adams Family is another television programme that has stood the test of time. ？
The Six Million Dollar Man kept children and adults alike glued to their seats. Although colour television was invented in the 1940s for the masses it was the 70s which saw more people buying or renting them. ？
The A Team became a huge hit in the 80s. Members of the cast still portray the characters in TV ads. ？
There were so many cartoons to choose from in the 90s. ？
In the noughties the X Factor first hit our screens. ？
Today we have so many TV channels to choose from you can dip back over the decades to watch re-runs， enjoy the latest HD programmes， or play games. ？
Today I’m excited to share with you a project inspired by my recent trip to Norway, this Tomte Christmas Gnome Pillow!?If you like this project then you may also enjoy this patchwork Christmas pillow sewing pattern.
Yet another study has linked ADHD to chemicals – this time it’s the group of pesticides known as organophosphates. Organophosphates are commonly used on cotton crops, which is why we use only organic cotton in our baby crib mattresses.
With summer right around the corner, it's time to bust out the bikinis and lounge chairs and lather up for a relaxing day at the pool — unless, of course, you have children, which you probably do if you're reading this. Summertime with children is a far different experience than summertime sans kids. Whereas once upon a time you could spend hours reading your favorite book while sipping Mai Tais by the pool, those days are long gone.