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Diaper rash from hell..... by jojo
I would like to get your opinion on a diaper rash type problem. My son (14 months old) had diarrhea that persisted for 8 days. We kept his bottom dry and kept him hydrated. (no rash) 2 days after he was well we let him go back to daycare. (Monday) When we picked him up that afternoon..his bottom...
November 13th 03 04:36 PM
by Robyn Kozierok Go to last post
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Recalls (x-posted) by Ali's Daddie
X-Posted Recalls ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Akorn Has Recalled Indigo Carmine Injection Reason: The lot was manufactured from active (drug) pharmaceutical ingredient which failed to meet assay specifications. Distribution: Nationwide. http://www.safetyalerts.com/recall/f/02.2/f0003328.htm a...
November 13th 03 05:28 PM
by Ali's Daddie Go to last post
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House Arrest Daycare- TX Felon on House arrest in daycare home. by glamourette
Here's an interesting news story than ran on the local CBS news. Its about a man, a convicted felon, living under house arrest in the home daycare run by his mother. I guess the state of texas isn't to careful about what goes on in its licenesed daycare homes... Its under the I-team logo.
November 13th 03 08:32 PM
by glamourette Go to last post
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sling question by toypup
I have a variety of slings and carriers. I can say I don't like any of them, though some are better than others. So far, I have the Baby Trekker, the Maya sling, then Baby Bjorn and the I think it was the Snugli newborn carrier. I used the Maya sling most because it was lightweight and not...
November 13th 03 08:33 PM
by Vijay Go to last post
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Name this custom by Cathy Kearns
Okay, we were sitting at home, and a group of families comes wandering down the street in the dark, singing. They ring the doorbell, continue singing, and give us treats. (Home made cookies and muffins.) At least one adult is dressed like a wise man and carrying a lantern. It's too early for...
November 13th 03 10:05 PM
by Cathy Kearns Go to last post
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idea for teachers by Vicki S
http://www.badads.org/teachers.shtml if you teach (classroom, homeschool, whatever) you might want to check out some education ideas at this anti advertising site. sorry if this is really old newas and i just missed it. :) -- -- Vicki Married DH May 21, 1995 Ima shel DS, born 11/16/99; and DD,...
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November 13th 03 10:33 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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Party games for under 2s by Kooky45
I'm going to arrange a birthday party for a child of 2 years and his friends. Can anyone recommend and describe some party games children of this age can play/understand/enjoy. All the ones I know like musical chairs and pass the parcel are a bit too advanced I guess. Thanks, Ken
November 13th 03 11:46 PM
by HollyLewis Go to last post
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RECALL: Fisher-Price Scooters and Mini Bikes by DeliciousTruffles
See site for a picture. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml04/04031.html NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 13, 2003 Release # 04-031 Fisher Price Recall Hotline: (800) 528-7153
November 13th 03 11:59 PM
by DeliciousTruffles Go to last post
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RECALL: Target Multicolored Sidewalk Chalk by DeliciousTruffles
See site for a picture. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml04/04032.html NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 13, 2003 Release # 04-032 Target Phone Number: (800) 440-0680
November 14th 03 12:11 AM
by DeliciousTruffles Go to last post
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Year round schools by toto
http://www.msde.state.md.us/Fact_Sheets/archived/fact3.html 1. What is a year-round school? A year-round school is a school that operates on a 12-month schedule instead of the traditional 10-month schedule. Under a conventional school schedule, students attend school for 180 days between...
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November 14th 03 01:52 AM
by Bruce and Jeanne Go to last post
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my dd's eating woes (rant - x-posted) by ted
My 8 month old dd doesn't eat/drink much. I nurse her at night and during the day she gets formula. For the whole day, she drinks about 15 oz max of formula. Most of the time it's less than that. I don't think she even nurses anything at night. It's more comfort sucking than nursing. Feeding her is...
November 14th 03 04:33 PM
by Ilse Witch Go to last post
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Dehydrated 10-month-old by Cheryl S.
My nephew is 10 months old and was vomiting for two days and had diarrhea for the second day, so severe he ended up hospitalized overnight. He's home now and doing better. I got an email from MIL saying they were on their way out to pick up Gatorade and Kool-aid for him, as he seems not to like...
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November 14th 03 05:18 PM
by Cheryl S. Go to last post
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3 month old not eating by daisy
Hi, Im new here. I have a 3 month old son and hes not eating well anymore. He used to take in about 30-36 ounces a day and now he bairly takes in 24. Hes not hungry as far as I can tell. Is this normal? I should tell you all that he has had problems his entire life and uses an NG tube to eat...
November 14th 03 06:27 PM
by Leigh Menconi Go to last post
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Online Interview Introduction by M. Luhring
Dear Sir or Madam: I am a college student at the University of Northern Iowa, and I am very interested in bullying in schools and conducting a research on the topic. I would appreciate it if you could provide your insights regarding the following research questions. Your responses to...
November 14th 03 06:44 PM
by M. Luhring Go to last post
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Getting 2.5yo to talk on the phone by JennP
"Ignoramus12517" wrote in message ... I have a 2.5 year old son, and he used to be better at talking on the phone than he is now. He used to stay on the phone, answer simple questions, listen, sometimes tell some news like...
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November 14th 03 07:04 PM
by lynn Go to last post
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Alaska girl scounts trap, skin beavers by dejablues
If I had a daughter,I would have no problem with it whatsoever. Just think...knowing how to trap and skin a beaver will be a great way to impress guys when they get older! Ignoramus19587 wrote: Would you like your daughter to be amongst those girl scouts? ...
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November 14th 03 10:27 PM
by Barbara Bomberger Go to last post
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Early learning, Internet Content and Research by Joel
The 'Not for profit' Kindersite research project is now online at http://www.kindersite.org and we invite you all to come see and understand what we are trying to achieve. PLEASE NOTE. This test version of the site is for educational professionals and bone-fide parents of young children ONLY....
November 15th 03 10:45 AM
by Joel Go to last post
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fisherman's slice of pizza for kids by Rob
Ever heard of a fisherman's slice of pizza? Just cut a slice lengthwise to make two skinny pieces. Kids love it.
November 15th 03 05:15 PM
by Rob Go to last post
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Leukemia symptoms by Denise
I'm in the process of Googling, but that just won't appease my mind quickly enough :) But what are some symptoms of Leukemia other than anemia? Is Leukemia usually a sudden onset sort of illness? Do the symptoms come and go? A trip to the ER with DD2 has a doctor concerned enough to...
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November 15th 03 08:07 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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10 ways to be a better father by Renee
"ChrisScaife" wrote in message ... , Ian says... All of which are impossible, if the wife has ****ed another bloke, stolen your house, and refused access. Whoopsie. Sounds like someone didn't implement...
November 16th 03 03:29 PM
by Banty Go to last post
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