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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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Preteens grouped w/younger kids or older? by beeswing
My daughter is 10.5 and having trouble fitting in with her before-and-after-school program, which runs from preschool to 5th grade. She's having attitude problems, but on the other hand, I have to admit that the program she is in is designed for younger aged kids, even though it serves kids her...
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June 5th 05 07:21 PM
by Robyn Kozierok Go to last post
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Changing Recess and Lunch by Carol Hulls
Hello, Our school board seems to be changing from a schedule of 15 minute morning and afternoon recess plus 60 minute (30 minutes eating + 30 minutes outside for kids who stay at school) to one of two 40 minute "nutrition breaks" (20 minutes eating + 20 minutes outside). Does anyone have any...
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June 4th 05 08:46 PM
by dragonlady Go to last post
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Help. Need some advice...Please. by [email protected]
I am having some trouble with my wife. We have two boys, one is 2 months old and the other is 19 months. I work and my wife stays at home. Lately my older son has been whinning and crying. He does this with her, but not as much with me. It's driving my wife nuts and now she wants to sent him...
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May 18th 05 03:20 PM
by toto Go to last post
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Remeber the misc.kids photo album 1994? by marieke
Hi everyone! It's been awhile since I last entered this group. In fact it's been ages. However I once was an active member of the misc.kids community. Back in 1992 through 1995 roughly. Back then we joined forces and put together a misc.kids photoalbum featuring the misc.kids active posters and...
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May 14th 05 05:43 PM
by Chris Go to last post
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Does your preschooler sit at the dinner table with the family? by Robyn Kozierok
My boys are 4, 8 and 11yo. When we sit down for a family dinner, we don't currently force the 4yo to join us. We sometimes give him something to eat earlier if he's hungry, but more often that not he basically skips dinner, or eats only a few bites. He's very tiny, but completely healthy. But...
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May 13th 05 06:43 AM
by Tom & Sandy Farley Go to last post
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Strange verbal tic by Laura Brooks
My son is 7 years old, and has recently developed a strange habit. He'll say something, and then immediately afterwards he'll repeat what he just said in a whisper. Actually, I haven't heard him do it yet, but my daugther (10) was telling me about it in the car today. She says when she asks...
May 8th 05 03:33 PM
by Donna Go to last post
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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...
May 5th 05 08:05 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...
May 5th 05 07:29 PM
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Good Preschools by [email protected]
I am starting to do some research on Preschools for my 2 year old and would like to hear where other San Francisco parents have send thier kids to what the pros and cons of the Preschools they are attending.
April 30th 05 12:00 PM
by Noreen Go to last post
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toe walking and braces by S_S
My son is 7 and has always walked on his toes. He had been seen twice by an orthopedic Dr. and once by a neurologist in the past and they all said he had OK range of motion and to wait for him to outgrow it. Last week we had to visit the ortho dr. because he broke his arm and I had them look at...
April 28th 05 03:24 PM
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My son by reggi7
I am very concerned about my son and have expressed this concern with teachers over the last year or so. His anger and tolerance ability is getting bad. He is getting to where he is unable to control his emotions and anger as well as he used to when being harrassed or picked on or bullied by other...
April 27th 05 09:41 PM
by Lazyike67 Go to last post
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Sooooo frustrated by Dawn
My 12 year old son has attention deficit. He has never had an IEP and up until now has been able to be successful in school. When he began having difficulty at the beginning of middle school last fall, I visited the assistant principal to talk about an IEP but was discouraged from doing that...
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April 27th 05 06:19 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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Books About Teasing by Scott
There apparently is a lot of teasing going on on DD's bus ride home from middle school. I'm uneasily sure that DD isn't teasing, but she's not doing anything to stop it either, which I realize is a very difficult thing to do. The chief teasers I think are casual friends of DD -- people DD *could*...
April 26th 05 04:11 PM
by Dawn Go to last post
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A big step back on potty training by Joann23456
My niece, Chloe, who lives with me, is 3.5 years old. We've been working slowly on potty training for awhile. About two months ago, she asked to wear "big girl" underpants to church. We let her, and after an accident on the second day, she's been doing great. She still wears a pullup to sleep,...
April 26th 05 02:31 PM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Shoelaces by Scott
What's the age record for not being able to tie shoelaces? I'm just wondering if DS is going to set it :) It's really interesting to watch -- DD had a friend who *had* to be able to tie her shoes, and she accomplished it at age 2. DS could not care less about this skill. So his shoes are all...
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April 18th 05 11:10 PM
by Robyn Kozierok Go to last post
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Disagreement about third child by Scott
My wife and I have an 8-year-old son, and a 5-year-old daughter. My wife would like a third. There are times when my wife accepts not having a third, but she'll frequently find herself wanting another. She is worried she'll regret not having another one, and the ones we have are growing some...
April 18th 05 05:31 PM
by Karen G Go to last post
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Advice about summer work? by electroscopillan
I'm just posting my thoughts, see what some other parents think about my situation. I'm the single father of my 19mo son. I'm currently finishing off a year of study in University (have finals coming up at end of month), so I'm now off student loans and need to settle into a working for the...
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April 18th 05 05:30 PM
by electroscopillan Go to last post
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Umbrella Strollers by electroscopillan
I'm just curious if anyone knows of a brand/model of umbrella stroller that has longer handles (to accomodate a taller person) than normal? Or even whether or not such an object exists? I currently have a more deluxe stroller with jumbo oversized tires (that don't turn - great for winter, and...
April 15th 05 03:45 AM
by Melania Go to last post
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young child as eye problem please help by news.epix.net
Hi We've got a 14 months old baby boy that periodically turns his left eye in. He has been doing this since birth and most people told us he would outgrow it. He was born premature and for the first few hours of each day, the eye does not turn(or turns very little). I took him to the eye doctor...
April 13th 05 02:41 AM
by Kevin Karplus Go to last post
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not saying own name by electroscopillan
Sounds like your dd is doing awesomely for speech developement. My ds is 19mo, and nowhere near as verbose as your dd - nowhere near saying his own name.. ..he doesn't get the "me/you" thing yet. From what I've read, you haven't anything to worry about, but should be very proud of her for...
April 7th 05 03:14 PM
by enigma Go to last post
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