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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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Interesting sleep stories? by kieranc
Hello, I'm doing some research into ways in which parents get their babies to sleep and how this may vary from culture to culture around the world. Some of the more unusual things I've come across are using different pieces of music, using repetitive noises from hairdryers and hoovers and movement...
February 9th 13 02:16 PM
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which is easier - 1 kid or 2 by Big Crunch
I never had kids. I assumed that 1 kid would be a lot easier than 2, but my sister told me that 2 can be easier since the kids can play with each other giving the adults a break. It seems that with 1 there would be less for the adults to keep track of, less multitasking. I can imagine 2 kids...
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February 9th 13 02:03 PM
by alen Go to last post
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Indestructable Bite-Proof Pacifiers?? Desperate request! by Robyn Kozierok
My just-turned-3yo son sleeps with a pacifier. Recently, he's started chewing on them very vigorously before he falls alseep. He's chewed holes in all the pacifiers we had. I bought 2 news ones and he chewed through both of those in a total of 3 days! I know we should just wean him from the...
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May 1st 04 10:34 PM
by Rupa Bose Go to last post
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Kindergarten - my child "going postal" every morning... by Kimberly
Need any and all advice! :( My 5 year old boy just started kindergarten last Tuesday. My problem is every morning when I drop him off at his classroom, he goes into a horrible fit mode, he's even ripped my shirt on one occasion. I've tried everything. I've tried being very firm with him...
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August 29th 03 10:54 PM
by chiam margalit Go to last post
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How can I improve my 3rd grade kid Math and Spelling skills (any web sites) by Santa
My kid is poor in Math and spelling, Is there anywhere I can some questions, which I can print and give those questions for my kid to improve Maths and Spelling. Appreciated for any links or some info.
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April 22nd 11 02:00 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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automatic shut-off night light? by Robyn Kozierok
I am looking for a night light that will automatically shut off after about half an hour. My 2.5 yo always complains that it is "too dark" when we first put him to bed, but then doesn't mind the dark in the middle of the night. He shares a room with older brothers who don't share his...
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June 22nd 04 06:28 AM
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Gifted Programs in Seattle area public schools by T Murphy
Hi all, I'm considering a move to the Seattle area and need information about school districts to research where we should consider living. My oldest son is in 4th grade and is in his school's gifted program. His skill and interest is math/science. My middle son is in 1st grade and it too young...
October 6th 03 11:10 PM
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Two broken arms :-O by Robyn Kozierok
Somehow we got through 9 years of raising boys with no broken bones. Then last summer Ryan broke his finger. Well, Matthew decided to do something about our low bone-break-count. He cracked/buckled a total of 4 bones in his forearms! (In each forearm, right near the wrist, the larger of the two...
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September 6th 03 12:31 PM
by Cathy Kearns Go to last post
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Rihanna gave Chris Brown Herpes? by MichelleKardashy
The drama around Chris Brown’s beating of Rihanna continues. Media reports have confirmed what we reported earlier: === Rihanna + Chris Brown = herpes :)))
February 18th 09 09:21 AM
by MichelleKardashy Go to last post
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pain ten weeks after c-section by Alicia
Hello Everyone, just thought I'd share what I'm going through and see if there are any other women who have had the same experience. My little one is ten weeks now, and just over 11 pounds. My doctor told me not to lift anything heavier than him for three months while I healed and I've been...
October 20th 03 10:37 PM
by Kevin Karplus Go to last post
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Inconsiderate drivers and kids who walk to school by Claire Petersky
My daughter walks or rides her scooter or bike to her elementary school every day. Because the route goes on a footpath, it's only a quarter mile; the route by motor vehicle is four times longer. The biggest problem right now the kids walking is all the other parents who drive. She only has...
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November 15th 05 04:23 AM
by Jeff Go to last post
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Kids drinking out of a garden hose by Beeswing
We just had a girl come over for a play date with our daughter. She'd never been here before, so I tried to be extra conscientious about things like not letting her go out of our yard unwatched, me dropping in to check in with them frequently, those sorts of things (both kids are 8, btw). My...
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August 8th 03 06:01 PM
by Labra Thoren Go to last post
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Does "no presents" really mean that? by D&K Condron
I recently went to a child's birthday party that requested no presents, but a dish of something yummy to share instead. Well, out of 8 moms invited, I was the *only* one who did not bring a gift. Did I miss something? I admit that I am new at the mommy thing, but to be the only one who did as...
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July 13th 03 02:56 PM
by E Go to last post
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POLL: Math questions regarding upper elementary school (xpost to m.k.) by chiam margalit
Could you please answer the following questions IF you have a child who has entered 4th grade. It's OK for your child to be older, but I only need information regarding 4th grade math for a client of mine. I need responses from *every* US state as well as from overseas. I'm looking for a wide...
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October 20th 03 06:35 PM
by Kevin Karplus Go to last post
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training bras by beeswing
I have a third-grade daughter. A classmate's mother is pushing me to buy training bras for my daughter, which apparently her daughter already wears. While it's true my daughter is starting to "bloom," she's still young and hasn't shown an interest herself. (I offered a while back.) My daughter...
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February 22nd 04 09:52 PM
by Cheryl Go to last post
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New Here, Q's about Kindergarten - Tips from those who've been there??? by Jaime
Hi. :) I'm new to this board and I've seen some old posts about kindergarten readiness, whether to hold/not to hold back, etc. I haven't seen anything newer, though. Forgive me if I glossed over this in FAQs, but I didn't see my questions. (Rambling...) We recently moved to an area where...
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February 3rd 04 04:27 AM
by Iowacookiemom Go to last post
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troublesome teenager by louise.ann.johnson
Hello. I am new to this group but looking at some of the posts I hope someone may be able to help. I am struggling with knowing what to do in a situation that is difficult. My 14 year old son is taking more and more of an interest in women's clothes, even mine. I have always let him play with the...
September 13th 07 03:36 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Character of a growing girl (middle school question) by beeswing
I posted this question in the financial aid thread, but I'd really like to discuss it further. Could anyone please give me some input on this? If one can (potentially, maybe) pay for instate, public university education *OR* private school (especially at the critical middle-school level), how...
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December 31st 03 11:43 PM
by XOR Go to last post
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Thanks! (London, England this time) by Laura Faussone
Banty wrote: Yes we'll get a Travel card for the week (thanks!). Is it worthwhile getting the passport photos taken - these are really needed? (The ones for our passports were used up, I think.) You need a picture for the ID card you get with the Travelcard -- It'll save you some time if...
August 16th 03 02:36 PM
by Penny Gaines Go to last post
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