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Sticky Thread Sticky: [FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the...
July 5th 06 07:04 PM
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Kids playing in the streets by Mandy Anderson
I'm furious with my neighbors who seem to think the streets in our subdivision are for playing. Several women who have nothing better to do petitioned the county to put speed bumps in to slow cars down, yet the speed limit of 25 mph is still fast enough to kill or injure a child. When the sun is...
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April 6th 05 04:14 PM
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[FAQ] Posting guidelines for misc.kids.moderated by Moderation Team
(revised 3/28/2001) Welcome to misc.kids moderated! This is a moderated newsgroup for parents and other people concerned with raising children. Following are the posting guidelines for this newsgroup. This message includes the following sections: 1. Topics and posting policies from the...
April 5th 05 08:28 PM
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[FAQ] m.k.m. Subject Tags, Acronyms, and Terms by Moderation Team
Following are some of the acronyms, subject tags (abbreviations that appear in brackets in some subject headers) and Usenet terms you may see in misc.kids.moderated. SUBJECT TAGS misc.kids.moderated currently uses a few subject tags to helps readers navigate the newsgroup more easily. These tags...
April 5th 05 07:02 PM
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Homework over spring break (long) by beeswing
Over spring break, the students in our daughter's third grade class were tasked with writing a report on a country. The Kid has been to Mexico several times, so she chose to do hers on Mexico. The report consists of about 20 pages of worksheets asking for information such as population details,...
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April 5th 05 03:41 PM
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need advice about talking. I'm new here. by electroscopillan
I'm a younger single dad (27), whose recently acquired sole custody of my beautiful 19m.o. son. (he has been in my care for past 7 months). His mother has essentially abandoned any attempt at contact with him or I, since I got court order custody. What led to court: she had attempted to...
April 5th 05 04:23 AM
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Surprising Things 9-yos say by Scott
So DS is sitting at the kitchen table, and out of nowhere pops "And now for 10 seconds of sex" Well not nowhere, actually... We've been watching Monty Python with him. He really does laugh at some of the skits, but I hope he doesn't go quoting all of it in school! ;) Scott DD 12 and DS 9
April 4th 05 03:05 PM
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CTTS: Books v TV, and the Doctor by Penny Gaines
The 8yo has worked out that lots of films that Mummy watches with them were originally books - eg Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings etc. Currently the new "Doctor Who" has started showing. We were watching it together, and the Doctor was being deliberately obtruse about his home planet. The 8yo...
April 2nd 05 08:16 PM
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what about toddlers? by Grace Cooney
I am looking fo parents who have toddlers is there anyone out there?
April 2nd 05 07:19 AM
by electroscopillan Go to last post
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Help! 9 yr old son wont change his clothes by baxi
hi all, my 9 year old son has over the last couple of years become EXTREMLY private to the point where i don't think he likes to be naked even when he's alone in the shower. so i have a battle with him every morning (on schooldays only -- i have backed off on the weekends) about him getting into...
April 2nd 05 07:19 AM
by electroscopillan Go to last post
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Still believes?! by Nevermind
I have an almost-7-YO who still believes in the Easter Bunny. I'm half-inclined to let the truth slip out. her older brother stopped believing in the EB when he was in preschool and asked about Santa (not just those early questions, but real questions to which he definitely wanted real answers) in...
April 1st 05 02:58 AM
by Catherine Woodgold Go to last post
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7 yr old eating problems by Johnniec
My 7 yr. old was eating a taco salad at school during lunch, and choked on one of the chips. It was stuck in this throat for a few seconds, then he choked it out. It scared the heck out of him. I happened to have be there with him when it happened, although I didn't realize it was happening until...
March 26th 05 02:28 AM
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Learning to keyboard (type) - recommend software for older kids by Banty
One of the summer assignments (from me) for my 11 year old son going into 7th grade next year is that he learn to keyboard. It would help him with assignments, now that some can be turned in typed (his handwriting is atrocious), and he's falling into a hunt-and-peck two-finger habit when he...
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March 23rd 05 03:08 PM
by Banty Go to last post
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narrow shoes by Karen G
Have any of you tracked down narrow shoes for kids recently? My preschooler is almost 5 and wears a 11 1/2 N shoe. I have been able to get a few styles from Ked's and Nordstrom's carries a few styles. All of them cost a small fortune though. Any suggestions? For the record, the Narrow shoes...
March 22nd 05 05:02 PM
by dragonlady Go to last post
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How to deal with interfering grandparents? by Abi
Hi, I was wondering whether anyone can advise re my DH's parents - grandparents to the baby girl I have just recently had. I find them incredibly interfering - they keep offering unwanted advice like their word is gospel, and seem to delight when I do something wrong. My DH is always on the phone...
March 21st 05 04:00 PM
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HS Graduation Party by GFCARRERA
I was wondering if anyone has any good tips for a HS graduation party. It's the first time I do this, so any advice or URLs are welcome. We alredy sent out the invitations, but we are still in the planning stages as far as food (it's going to be mainly a barbecue), activities, decorations, setup...
March 21st 05 03:59 PM
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Kid going away with friends by Nevermind
My 9 YO has been invited to go about 12 hours away for an entire week with the family of a friend of his. This friend is a good friend, but not someone he spends a ton of time with. Two overnight get-togethers have gone well. My son is very sociable but also gets cranky and needs alone time on a...
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March 21st 05 03:52 PM
by Anon E. Mouse Go to last post
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Would volunteering be a conflict? by beeswing
x-no-archive: yes There's a private school locally that I wouldn't mind supporting, and they've listed that they need volunteers, including committee members for a committee I'd be interested in. I wouldn't mind volunteering the time, but it is true that we're likely to want to apply to the school...
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March 21st 05 03:49 PM
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Petitioning to make a TV show more realisitc discipline by [email protected]
AOL now doesn't have newsgroup access, but I wanted to come back to misc.kids once more; I frequented it years ago when there was no need to moderate it. I'm using the name I rarely use but that is used for IM'ing and such right now. The reason I post is because I have begun a campaign to get...
March 18th 05 01:56 PM
by Louise Go to last post
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Writer Seeking Assistance by [email protected]
Are you the child of a military parent, who turned out great because of your father's or mother's unique or novel child-rearing techniques? Are you an Army, Navy, Marine or Air Force NCO or officer, active duty or retired, who successfully raised your children while serving your country? If you...
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parenting by dan
It's hard to let go of one's children after taking care of them from conception and then on through their schooling. Our offspring learn from a variety of sources which become more varied as they grow older. For parents it has to be a case of allowing the independence while maintaining the love. It...
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March 14th 05 02:10 AM
by Robyn Kozierok Go to last post
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