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Baby Sitter Available! by Daye
On Sun, 27 Jul 2003 14:16:51 -0700, "Ana Urban" wrote: If you would like to contact my references, please contact me for their names and phone numbers. 1) You didn't include what city or state you lived in. 2) You did include your phone number. You should NEVER, EVER...
July 28th 03 03:33 AM
by Ana Urban Go to last post
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(OH) Toddlers recover from lead poisoning by [email protected]
Posted on Sun, Jul. 27, 2003 Toddlers recover from lead poisoning High levels mean topsoil at Akron home must be covered up or replaced By Ed Meyer Beacon Journal staff writer ( 2003 Beacon Journal and wire service sources. All Rights
July 28th 03 02:01 AM
by Kane Go to last post
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night potty training by Clisby Williams
jmorgan wrote: My daughter (just over 3) has been potty trained since she was 2, during the day that is. We live in a warm climate and she sweats a lot, so we haven't restricted her fluid intake in the evenings, and she takes a sippy cup of water with her to bed, thus she has always slept...
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July 27th 03 07:44 PM
by jmorgan Go to last post
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double stroller by toypup
I'm thinking of getting at Sit-N-Stand http://www.babysupermall.com/main/products/bti/bti00414.html or a seat-to-go http://www.ababy.com/itempage.asp?CategoryID=96&Total=6&Cur=4&itemno=1114 or a regular double stroller. Anyone have opinions? I'm thinking ahead for when we have an almost 3yo and...
July 27th 03 05:41 PM
by Irene Go to last post
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(UT) Parents forced to give up kids to get mental help for them by [email protected]
Parents forced to give up kids to get mental help for them By Pamela Brogan Gannett News Service ( Copyright 2003, The Salt Lake Tribune.) This "NEWS" Story Source is at: http://tinyurl.com/i6q6
July 27th 03 12:45 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Question about Roseola by Karen Pannia
Hi, I have several questions about Roseola. Does the fever have to be COMPLETELY gone when the rash starts to come out? Can the rash be so mild and short that you almost miss it? Can the rash look spotty on the face and scalp, but look different on the trunk? How can a toddler get roseola if...
July 27th 03 05:04 AM
by Michelle J. Haines Go to last post
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Bottles at night by Ali's Daddie
"Liz" wrote in message ... | We are having trouble with our 20 month old who in the last month has begun | waking up 3 or 4 times a night, very upset and crying. She doesn't want | cuddles and refuses to sleep in our bed....
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July 27th 03 05:02 AM
by LSU Grad of '89 Go to last post
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where to get a bed rail? by Pamela Perkins
dear all, any idea where i can find a very tall bed rail? my mattress is 14 inches thick and the biggest rail i have been able to find is 16 inches... thanks! pam
July 26th 03 06:56 PM
by just me Go to last post
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Jogging strollers by Clisby Williams
Elana wrote: Opinions? I'm not going to jog, but off-road walking.. E We love ours - both my husband and I think it's tremendously easier to push than "regular" strollers. Plus, we live in an intown neighborhood
July 26th 03 02:16 PM
by news.verizon.net Go to last post
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How to monitor teenager's internet activity? by Yi Jin
I have a teenage who is doing internet visits a lot. Is there any way I can monitor here internet activity? For example. to keep her from deleting the history items in IE6? Her PC is Windows 2000. She does need the write access to do her homework during school days - right now she is just chating...
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July 26th 03 08:12 AM
by R. Steve Walz Go to last post
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Paints for handprint painting by sher
Bruce and Jeanne wrote in message ... Mary W. wrote: Hi all, I wanted to do some finger painting/ handprints on paper with my daughter this weekend (2 years old). Being totally uncrafty, I have no idea what...
July 26th 03 05:00 AM
by toto Go to last post
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Why are we on Foster NG? B/c children *seized* that's why by Kane
On 25 Jul 2003 20:56:31 GMT, (Fern5827) wrote: Would you like me to cite the incidence of FAS? Kane. Sure, go ahead. Only the facts....ma'am......... It happens so seldom from you.
July 25th 03 11:04 PM
by Kane Go to last post
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Temporary Stair Barrier? by KTC
We're staying at a rental house next week with a recently-mobile one-year-old and an eight-month-old. The main part of the house is on the top of a very long staircase with a 7-foot opening. (Bannister post on one side of the opening, wall on the other.) Any suggestions for babyproofing? A...
July 25th 03 10:07 PM
by KTC Go to last post
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easy part songs for family singing? by H Schinske
I was wondering if anyone knew of some very easy part songs that would be fun to sing as a family. Besides rounds, I can find those easily enough. My husband and I have choral singing experience, and it seemed to me it would be fun to learn some songs with our daughters (almost nine) and son...
July 25th 03 09:44 PM
by Irene Go to last post
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"Time Wasting Rules" - from Real Simple Magazine - NOT GOOD! by Corinne
I was alerted to this article on an email group I'm part of....I was AMAZED and greatly disappointed to read the following: "The August 2003 issue of Real Simple magazine, currently on newstands, contains an article titled "20 Time Wasting Rules to Break Now." (page 136) What's one of the rules...
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July 25th 03 09:31 PM
by Irene Go to last post
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cadle crap by Astromum
lovey wrote: so... i'm just wondering if any of you know of a gentle, yet effective treatment to get rid of his crusty bits once and for all... of if the almond oil and patience is all that's required? It's harmless, so I have never been in favour of the more 'chemical' treatments. I've...
July 25th 03 09:27 PM
by iphigenia Go to last post
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Saerah, you're getting what you deserve by Mirella
On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 11:14:03 +0200 (CEST), Anonymous via the Cypherpunks Tonga Remailer wrote: But for the sake of the peace, WE will stop. But be warned, just disappear. Say nothing in that group. Just disappear. Vanish into thin air. Never come back, for...
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July 25th 03 05:41 AM
by Irie Go to last post
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Travelling by air with a Kelty Kid Carrier and Yellowstone questions by iphigenia
Robyn Kozierok wrote: I am going to need to travel by airplane with our Kelty kid-carrying backpack. It is one of the larger models, the Summit, I think. I think we will check it rather than trying to use it to get through the airport and then gate-checking it, as we'll have enough...
July 25th 03 04:11 AM
by Meg Go to last post
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Hepatitis B immunization by Jeff Utz
"Astromum" wrote in message ... Circe wrote: The theory is that, although infants are seldom at risk for HepB, it is difficult to get teenagers back for immunizations and, therefore, it is better to immunize at birth. In the...
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July 25th 03 03:01 AM
by Ericka Kammerer Go to last post
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making ends meet by sam goins
So many single Parents have such a difficult time making ends meet. I wanted to share a great company that offers great pay and they provide training every step of the way. It is a business that you can work part time and bring in extra cash. If you are in need of some extra money check out the...
July 24th 03 11:21 PM
by T.R.H. Go to last post
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