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OT (somewhat) looking for a poster whom posts in this news group by Nic
As the title says, I'm looking for a poster whom used to post in this newsgroup about vaccines.... and always has a good lot of debate in them. I carn't rember if there name was bob or steve or something like that. And the last I think they posted was about 4 months or so ago. If anyone remember...
November 20th 03 04:03 AM
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pestilence and public places by Marie
Ever since the kidlets came home from the hospital, they and I have found that we *really* cope better with each other if we get out of the house and wander public places like shopping malls. I don't think a weekday goes by that we aren't somewhere window shopping and, since the kidlets are...
November 20th 03 02:18 PM
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3-year old sibling rivalry by David Spear
My wife and I had our second child, a girl, in May this past spring. We have another daughter almost exactly 3 years older than the baby. Erika (the older one) was all excited about the coming of the baby, we got books out of the library about pregnancy, changes that would occur when the new baby...
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November 20th 03 02:31 PM
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Sibling rivalry/conflicts at school? by Donna Metler
I have a lot of sibling pairs/groups at school, and one particular set of boys (one in 3rd grade, one in 5th) seem to come in every morning about two steps away from major fighting. (Since I teach music, I am on cafeteria supervision every morning for the time between when the students arrive...
November 20th 03 07:28 PM
by Robyn Kozierok Go to last post
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Recalls (X-posted) by Ali's Daddie
X-posted Recalls ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Florida Firm Has Recalled Salad With Turkey And Ham For Possible Salmonella Contamination Reason: May be contaminated with Salmonella. Distribution: Florida. http://www.safetyalerts.com/recall/f/02.2/f0003348.htm a...
November 20th 03 09:52 PM
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| Fed funds avail 94-yet only 5 states implemented SACWIS by Kane
On 20 Nov 2003 17:08:04 GMT, (Fern5827) wrote: http://waysandmeans.house.gov/hearings.asp?formmode=view&id=978 What does this tell you about the operation of CPS in the states? There is SOME REASON WHY this data has not been fully automated and computerized. Yes, there...
November 20th 03 10:57 PM
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Review: Calendar Girls (***) by Steve Rhodes
CALENDAR GIRLS A film review by Steve Rhodes Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes RATING (0 TO ****): *** CALENDAR GIRLS, something like a cute female version of THE FULL MONTY, was inspired by a true story about a bunch of fiftyish women from a Yorkshire
November 21st 03 02:05 AM
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reading to the baby (X-posted) by ted
My dd is 8.5 months old. I would love to read to her. I want her grow up liking books. But there's a problem. She chews on EVERYTHING. She loves to put everything in her mouth except food ofcourse! If she so much as sees a book, she'll chew it and tear it apart. She'll just jump at the book and...
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November 21st 03 02:58 AM
by Ericka Kammerer Go to last post
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What to do next by ColoradoSkiBum
Here's part of an email I got from my SS's teacher this afternoon. ____________________________________ It has been pretty rough here with him and it seems I am his primary target. He is telling the other kids that I am a 'bitch,' which is probably to be expected, so I let that one go. We were...
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November 21st 03 03:00 AM
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} FL adoption STOPPED. Neither DAD nor GP notified by Kane
Gosh I just noticed I forgot to adequately post this lovely missive to the right newsgroups. The Plant had just sent it to a.s.foster-parents. It would hardly get the exposure it needs and deserves in just that ng since it isn't really an anti-cps ng at all. I always try to help Plants whenever I...
November 21st 03 03:40 AM
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an example of the mental health care breakdown by chiam margalit
We've been talking about one particular child, and in that thread I've tried to point out that the mental health care system is atrocious for adolescents, and that telling a person to get her child some 'help' is often a fairly useless exercise in futility. A case in point that hit us WAY too...
November 21st 03 03:54 AM
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When will this chewing end?? (X-posted) by ted
My 8.5 months old dd chews, licks, gnaws everything. I can only clean so much. I know this day and age everything has chemicals in it. I'm worried that this habit will harm her. She's been chewing everything since she was 3 months old. When will this end? Does this indicate a problem? We are...
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November 21st 03 04:35 AM
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Soy-based infant formula by Jennifer
Josh wrote: I'm a former consulting editor (1983-1987) of the JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY and a strong proponent of breastfeeding. After 15 infants in Israel were hospitalized this past week with what looks like thiamine deficiency the soy-based infant formula made by a German firm...
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November 21st 03 06:08 AM
by Ani Hakatan Go to last post
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store brand formula (x-posted) by ted
I'm supplementing my baby with formula while bfing at nights. I was wondering if there's any difference between the branded (Enfamil,similac etc) and the store brand (Kirkland @ Costco). DH and I compared the ingredients listed on the tin. The quantities are exactly the same. Anyways, there's a 30%...
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November 21st 03 02:39 PM
by Belphoebe Go to last post
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Staying tuned with your child by ChrisScaife
As I have just started building a web-site to help parents stay tuned with their kids. (Partcularly non resident parents) I was wondering if this sort of pages are any use to readers of this forum Helpfull suggestions and constructive criticism will be much appreciated. www.MyKid2.org/YuGiOh01.html
November 21st 03 10:12 PM
by dejablues Go to last post
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Review: The Missing (* 1/2) by Steve Rhodes
THE MISSING A film review by Steve Rhodes Copyright 2003 Steve Rhodes RATING (0 TO ****): * 1/2 THE MISSING, by Academy Award winning director Ron Howard (A BEAUTIFUL MIND), is, surprisingly, just an overly long, Western snoozer. Set in New
November 21st 03 10:32 PM
by Steve Rhodes Go to last post
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OT - Potty training - can it be child-led? (xpost) by Cathy Weeks
Hi all, My daughter is almost two, and all of a sudden has started asking to sit on the potty. She prefers to do it fully clothed, and while one of her parents are sitting on the toilet, but I figured it was time to start reading up on the topic. My guess is that she's still a bit young for this...
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November 21st 03 11:05 PM
by Sophie Go to last post
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should mum be allowed to deny dad contact ? by ChrisScaife
Here follows an e-mail I sent recently. You can work out for yourselves what is going on. Post replies please, what do you think ? You can also e-mail her (she has not yet replied) her e-mail address is Note: I don't agree with cross posting. This was originally...
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November 22nd 03 12:23 AM
by Byron Canfield Go to last post
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Which work for kids? by Llort Agig
What is the best work for kids ? - coal mines - collecting land mines - making nitroglyzerine - uranium mines - lion tamer ???
November 22nd 03 02:51 AM
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THRILLER! He's innocent! by Robert Gautier
(Kenpangborn) wrote in message ... From: Anonymous “Michael has given me the authority to say on his behalf that these charges are categorically untrue,� Ken Pangborn said. Nope Ken...
November 22nd 03 12:13 PM
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