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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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Our Martin Luther King Day by Claire Petersky
What we did on Martin Luther King Day: It was absolutely pouring down rain here, and cold. Everyone had to get a hat, gloves, sturdy shoes, and rain coat. Rose and Emma made signs. We took our flag, because I would like our country to stand for freedom, equality and justice. Since it was raining...
January 21st 05 07:27 PM
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After school care = coronary or divorce? by [email protected]
OK, I apologize for being melodramatic, but I wanted to get the attention of as many folks as possible. I need your help. My spouse and I are at loggerheads over putting our daughter (8 years old) in an after-school program. We both work, my schedule is flexible, my spouse's is not (8-5 M-F). ...
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January 7th 05 03:20 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...
January 5th 05 09:23 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...
January 5th 05 08:04 PM
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Another milestone by Iowacookiemom
For some time now, I've known on an intellectual level that Henry is taller than me, but the other day when he hugged me he rested his chin on the top of my head. Sigh. Having a very tall son makes the phrase "They grow up too fast" take on new meaning. He's only 12, and already he's nearly...
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January 5th 05 03:15 AM
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Kids and language by [email protected]
Hello, I have a terrific kid. His age is two years and two months. He is healthy and very active. He loves to watch kids cartoons, outing like any healthy child. However, he hasn't started to use language. He is not even using words like Mama and Baba. My doctors say some kids start to talk very...
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January 2nd 05 03:47 PM
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Talent Show by Elizabeth King
This is sort of a grumbly vent. My daughter's school has a yearly talent show-- actually, 2 since so many students (about 1/2 the school) participate in some way or another. In Kindergarten last year, most of my daughter's class sang and acted out a song together. They were very cute :-). This...
December 31st 04 08:33 PM
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Orthodontia by Scott
DS has a pronounced overbite. We joke that he got my skull and my wife's jaw, and they don't fit. So we've always known that orthodontia is in our future with him. Monday he had a consult at the dentist (who wierded the BH out -- so we'll be getting a second opinion and any work done will be...
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December 31st 04 03:39 PM
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the missing link by Hakaie FlysWithCrows
is what there is for us to learn FROM children. their world is beautiful and they don't exactly live in the same one we do. most parents would be scared of their own babies if they realized just how intelligent and perceptive they really are. pay attention to their wonder and some of it may...
December 30th 04 10:12 PM
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Track and Field Video for Kids by [email protected]
Does anyone know of a introductory Track & Field video for kids? I do NOT want a training video; I want a video that goes through each of the events and gives a short explanation of the event and then shows video of athletes performing that event. Kids understand the concept of a race, but it...
December 30th 04 10:12 PM
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[ADMIN] Forged articles: disgusting recipes by Christopher Biow
A variety of articles with forged Approved and From lines have been spammed to newsgroups across Usenet, including misc.kids.moderated. Some old net.vandalism software appears to have been revived for this attack. The actual target of the attack is the newsgroup to which the forgery set...
December 29th 04 05:30 PM
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Present-shopping advice sought by Louise
1. I'm assembling a tool kit for a young person who is about to leave home. I already have some of the contents, and I have ideas for more, but I wanted to invite your creative suggestions. 2. Is it really true that you don't need to finish the edges of polarfleece (for scarves)? 3. Would a...
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December 23rd 04 04:10 AM
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Cookie baking with kids? by Robin
I have unexpectedly found myself with the assignment of leading two dozen children, ages 8-11, in a cookie-baking project at a school party this weekend. (I volunteered to help cook. This is not what I had in mind.) The project will involve making and decorating cookie-cutter sugar cookies, to be...
December 13th 04 07:57 PM
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Attitudes toward private school by Rosalie B.
dragonlady wrote: The bad news is -- it's fairly prevalent. You are going to encounter this from time to time. Hell, even I have to fight that attitude in myself, and I do know better! In my defense, it is helped along by the people who ARE snobs who put their...
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December 12th 04 12:56 AM
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? About Potty training at an older age and school issues by Christine Chase
Hello, With Thanksgiving being yesterday, somehow the BIG TOPIC of the day among all our relatives was why our 3.5 yr old daughter isn't potty trained, and my what a travesty it is that we are such lazy parents, how she "runs the show" in our house, and boy, aren't we going to have fun with her...
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December 7th 04 05:40 PM
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How do I make him think potty training is his idea? by Robyn Kozierok
I have a 3.5yo son. He is not only not potty trained, he is not even remotely interested in potty training. Whenever anyone mentions potty, he insists that, "I just like diapers." This kid is a complete control freak, and has a history of wittholding his urine to an extreme that we definitely...
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December 7th 04 05:40 PM
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white baby shoes by Michael Hamm
Perhaps a bit OT, but we just bought our 1-year-old new shoes, and my wife insisted on white (over my objections that they'd get much dirtier than black). They're already(!) getting dirty. Is there a good way of really cleaning white shoes (beyond removing the removable particles)? Tia, Michael...
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December 7th 04 04:07 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...
December 6th 04 02:34 AM
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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...
December 6th 04 02:33 AM
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IM by Scott
Lately, DD has taken to IM-img (Instant Messaging) her friends. In principle, I suppose, I have nothing against this, although I prefer it when she emails, at that leaves a virtual trail that is lacking with IM. I'm just curious what others' have done as far as restricting IM. DD has a friend...
November 24th 04 05:09 AM
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