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Light so toddler can look around at night? by Kooky45
Until recently my 2 year old son has been a perfect baby; we put him to bed at around 8pm and he would sleep quietly right through to 8am. Now though he's up and restless until nearly 9pm (perhaps we need to cut out his afternoon nap) and when we put him to bed he lies awake screaming for about 15...
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November 24th 03 05:55 PM
by Jenn Go to last post
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Review: Love Actually (*** 1/2) by Steve Rhodes
LOVE ACTUALLY A film review by Steve Rhodes Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes RATING (0 TO ****): *** 1/2 Thank you Universal for the perfect holiday gift, LOVE ACTUALLY -- one hilarious poem of a picture to the joy of love!
November 24th 03 07:57 PM
by bignosedan Go to last post
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Hi I'm Back by Rudolph
Not sure if you remember me but i was here 2 yrs ago:) My name is Cindy SAHM. DH is Jay and we have 2 daughters 10 & 12 and a 15 month old son.
November 24th 03 09:42 PM
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Drawing/Writing question by P. Tierney
Is it generally advisable, when a child is in the early stages of drawing, to teach or model what might be a proper way to hold a pen/pencil/crayon? Or, is this something that they generally figure out for themselves, making it best just to let them be? Thx. P. Tierney
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November 25th 03 03:55 AM
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latest "Notes from the Windowsill" by Wendy E. Betts
The latest "Notes" can be found at www.windowsill.net/vol11.no7.html. Reviews include _Moominvalley in November_ by Tove Jannson, which is finally back in print, and a favorite new picture book, _Big Momma Makes the World_. Please note that our address has changed; it is now...
November 25th 03 04:28 AM
by Wendy E. Betts Go to last post
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An Update on the Great Toy Takeover by Circe
About a month ago, I posted about being overrun with kids' toys and feeling like I couldn't get rid of much. Well, this weekend, I went through all the toys and got rid of three kitchen-sized trash bags full of stuff. You all would have been proud of me, I'm sure. It was *very* cathartic! We still...
November 25th 03 04:52 AM
by CC Bailey Go to last post
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Allergy or something else? by Iowacookiemom
A few nights ago Henry (11 yo) was studying spelling with my husband. He was having a harder time than usual with it. Out of nowhere, he began removing most of his clothing, saying that he was very hot. Then he began vigorously scratching himself all over his body, saying he itched. He became...
November 25th 03 02:18 PM
by Wendy Go to last post
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Recalls X-posted by Ali's Daddie
X-posted Recalls ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The May Department Stores Has Recalled Girls' Hooded Fleece Jackets Reason: The zipper pull could detach from these jackets, posing a possible choking hazard to young children. Distribution: Nationwide. http://www.safetyalerts.com/recall/p/02/p0013392.htm a...
November 25th 03 03:30 PM
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Review: Timeline (**) by Steve Rhodes
TIMELINE A film review by Steve Rhodes Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes RATING (0 TO ****): ** In TIMELINE, Paul Walker from THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS franchise, trades in his fast car for a fast sword when he time travels back to 1357 France.
November 25th 03 05:22 PM
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Usefulness of IQ tests by John P
Hello I'm new to Newsgroups but what I've seen so far is pretty impressive. Just a comment on the validity or otherwisew of IQ tests. As other contributors have stated, IQ tests are not necessarily an indicator of future success. But they are useful in that they can give some idea of a person's...
November 26th 03 02:54 AM
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Toddler sleep issue, help please by Sarah
Hello, I have a year and a half old son. I still nurse him, he sleeps in bed with us, never had trouble sleeping at night for at least 7 hours. But recently, he's been waking up every three hours, and stays up for about 2 hours, then only is ready to go back to sleep. Fortunately, I'm a...
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November 26th 03 07:16 AM
by P. Tierney Go to last post
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Some bad Santas at the malls by John Stone
Ho Ho Ho, do you really want to know? From USA Today: A 2002 study of applicants for jobs as mall Santas or Santa's "helpers" reveals that 7% had misdemeanor or felony convictions within the past seven years. Among offenses: indecent exposure, harassment, assault and soliciting prostitution. ...
November 26th 03 07:53 AM
by P. Tierney Go to last post
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Who was Making Reasonable Efforts Pages 41- by Kane
(Greg Hanson) wrote in message ... How 'bout you stop snipping what yer responding to. I usually do quote what I respond to. Liar. What a trio, LaVonne, Kane and you. When one has an itch does another scratch? ...
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November 26th 03 03:44 PM
by Greg Hanson Go to last post
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One-half reports made to AZ CPS fake-ex-spouse, GP's by Kane
(Greg Hanson) wrote in message ... grandparents unhappy about how grandchildren are being raised. Bobb wrote Quite an admission by caseworkers. Could it be there is a new breed or reformed thinking? For ...
November 26th 03 08:20 PM
by Kane Go to last post
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Review: The Cat in the Hat (1/2) by Steve Rhodes
THE CAT IN THE HAT A film review by Steve Rhodes Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes RATING (0 TO ****): 1/2 What is the movie version of THE CAT IN THE HAT about? Set decorations and dirty jokes. A perversion of the book, it stars AUSTIN POWERS's Mike Myers,
November 27th 03 12:31 PM
by Heather Go to last post
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Is my son TOO SHORT for his age? by sheenna
my son will be 6 on Dec4 and is only in the 30% percentile for his age. He has always been around 50% or so now it seems like he's not growing.
November 27th 03 02:41 PM
by Naomi Pardue Go to last post
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And ANOTHER school calendar change by chiam margalit
We get email today from the principal notifying us that Dec 1, the monday after T'giving, is now a school day whilst before it was a day off. I give up. I'll just send the kids to school when I feel like it, and the heck with the calendar. Marjorie
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November 27th 03 03:24 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Walking with a 2.5yo after dark by Penny Gaines
Ignoramus909 wrote in : By the time I get home, it is already dark. I am looking for some creative ideas as to how I can make walking with him interesting to him. Two things come to mind. One is going to the train station to watch trains. Another is to go to the...
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November 27th 03 03:25 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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thanks for the advice by Idas
Thanks for all the advice, glad to know it may just be a matter of time. I'll try the straw-rubbermaid type, she seems to do much better using a straw for not. cheers, Idas
November 27th 03 05:18 PM
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Advice needed pls. 1yr old still chokes using sippy cups by Idas
Hello, I have been giving my 1 year old a sippy cup since she was 6 months old. She doesn't mind it but after a few sips, she still chokes and coughs. It doesn't discourage her but sure makes it impossible to wean her off her milk bottles. I want her to use cups exclusively but I can't risk it...
November 27th 03 05:26 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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