Your Questions About Baby Care

Joseph asks…

is the mother and child reunion only a motion away?

poll: mother or child?

The Expert answers:

No, I would not give you false hope

It’s the Child who should decide

Robert asks…

Does anyone know where I can watch the second part of Degrassi: The Next Generation “Mother And Child Reunion”?

Episode 2 pretty much, I watched the 1st part of it but I can’t find the second, anyone find it? You can give me a zshare link or something but i’d rather watch it without downloading
Thanks -Erinn

The Expert answers:

you dont have to download like the link says
click on the episode you wish to watch (Mother And Child Reunion, Part 2)
and then voila!

David asks…

Degrassi Mother and child reunion?

I was wondering if anyone could give me a link to watch Mother and Child Reunion parts 1 and 2 online, i would be sooo greatful. Thanks in advance.

The Expert answers:

Your best bet is probably using OVGuide to find it, they are the best site to find any movie and tv show online to watch. Here is a direct link to the whole season of Degrassi: The Next Generation – … I also put exact searches for you specific episodes in the sources. I like the results for the overall season though, since you will probably find better quality videos using that link. But i though i would include all of them for you just in case…

Steven asks…

What is Paul Simon’s song – Mother and Child Reunion – about ?

I would not give you false hope – On this strange and mournful day
But the mother and child reunion – Is only a motion away, oh…
I can’t for the life of me – Remember a sadder day
I know they say let it be – But it just don’t work out that way
And the course of a lifetime runs – Over and over again

The Expert answers:

“Mother and Child Reunion” is a song written by Paul Simon, and is on his eponymous debut album. It was released as a single in 1972, and reached #4 on the American charts.

The song was one of the earliest by a white musician to feature prominent elements of reggae. The name has its origin in a chicken and egg dish called “Mother and Child Reunion” that Paul Simon saw on a Chinese restaurant’s menu. The song has been interpreted as a meditation on death, specifically the death of a mother and the hope of reunification in the afterlife. The references to a “strange and mournful day” may support this theory.

Sharon asks…

Paul Simon vs. Paul Simon: “Mother and Child Reunion” or “You Can Call Me Al”?

Which song do you prefer?

The Expert answers:

Mother and Child Reunion!

I love love love Paul Simon! Favorite artist ever!!!!!

Love this question.

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