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Christmas gifts question by Laura
I have two siblings. One is single, lives at home with Mom. The other has moved in with his g/f and her DD. My question is, in the case of siblings, do you spend the same amount on the single sibling and you would on the other siblings and his family combined? For example I usually spend $50 on my...
December 7th 03 10:52 PM
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| OT - Some Tidbits for the Trolls Only by Kane
On Mon, 08 Dec 2003 01:09:59 GMT, "Dan Sullivan" wrote: "Greg Hanson" wrote in message ... Frank: Is your anti-religion more important than fighting Lyme? For the good of the Lyme cause,...
December 8th 03 02:23 AM
by Kane Go to last post
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| Nonpunitive Child Discipline by Kane
On Sun, 7 Dec 2003 17:24:44 -0800, Doan wrote: Then let's get rid of ALL punishments! Ban them all! Now you are talking. Natural consequences are more than adequate for children to learn, coupled with loving parents that actually care about their childs healthy development, and...
December 8th 03 02:43 AM
by Kane Go to last post
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Fathers and Children by toto
In the course of the x-posted thread, I came accross this article which brings some of the important things about children's nurturing into focus as it relates to the gender of the person who is nuturing the child. I suspect it might be of special interest to those here who are...
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December 8th 03 03:05 AM
by Sami Go to last post
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Holiday presents for the neighbors kids? by P. Tierney
Do you buy them for your toddler's playmates/friends? It's probably a base question, but I don't know at all. I don't buy presents for anyone outside the family, while my spouse buys them for nearly every friend. So, we've got two different operating systems at work. Thoughts? Thx. P. Tierney
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December 8th 03 09:09 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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| Kids and 125V (was Kids should work... by j j
"Kane" wrote in message ... On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 00:13:55 -0500, "j j" wrote: "Kane" wrote in message ...
December 9th 03 12:15 AM
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strange rash on a 10-month old. please help! by C Du
Our son Josh is having a rash that's even strange to the doctor. Basically, he got a rash two days after taking antibiotics for the first time (Amoxicilin). The rash looks like red small dots (see photos in the web page below). We stopped the antibiotics and it gradually reduced over 3 days. Then...
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December 9th 03 04:58 AM
by Tina Go to last post
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gift suggestions by P. Tierney
I'm wondering about a few gifts and would like any comments from anyone who wishes. Thx. Little People -- We have one older "town" and would like another since it's popular, and imaginative. Any suggested titles? I hear that some are put together better than others. Drawing Area -- I was...
December 9th 03 05:12 AM
by Chris Go to last post
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| Minnesota 2003 statues and corporal punishment by Kane
On Sun, 7 Dec 2003 21:09:05 -0800, Doan wrote: Ask the night sergeant, LaVonne! Here is a hint: it barks! :-) Have you forgotten you challenged me? "I dare you, I DOUBLE dare you." I'm ready for my humiliation, Doan.
December 9th 03 05:59 AM
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| | Minnesota 2003 statues and corporal punishment by Kane
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 20:59:42 -0800, Doan wrote: Take my dare, Kane! Just declare loudly that you have NEVER said that you were "never-spanked"! I DARE YOU! I DOUBLE DARE YOU! Hint: google, google, google! Come on, "never-spanked" boy! ;-) What an odd little post...
December 9th 03 06:59 AM
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| And again he barks........ Kane barks ...... again! was Kids should work... by Kane
On Thu, 4 Dec 2003 18:32:46 -0800, Doan wrote: I'm considering your field for my signature line. May I have reprint rights, and full citation? Thanks in advance. On 4 Dec 2003, Kane wrote:
December 9th 03 07:08 AM
by Kane Go to last post
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Nonpunitive Child Discipline by Chris
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December 9th 03 09:26 AM
by ChrisScaife Go to last post
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Vindictive Virus Troll by ChrisScaife
Hi all, Some 'nice' person sent me a computer virus... Here is their mailing list. RU in it ? Where did they get my e-mail address from ? Could it be this NG ? Anyone else here had it ? Who are they targeting ?
December 9th 03 11:00 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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any books on developing child's intelligence by H Schinske
i ) wrote: 2.5 years old is my target age. I need something that is more than a cookbook, but rather something that explains what is happening in their minds and how learning can improve them. thanks. Do you mean how the child's intelligence develops, or how...
December 9th 03 06:23 PM
by Lejla/Lyla Go to last post
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Anyone else awake ? sleeping advice sort by Nic
Anyone else awake at this hour ? My dear son has decided not to want to sleep anymore between 1am and 4 am odd :( Not happy :( Apart from lossing sleep I am slowly starting to pull hairs out of my head as I have no idea what is wrong with him or why he is doing it. He seems to want a feed...
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December 9th 03 06:47 PM
by H Schinske Go to last post
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WSJ: How to Give Your Child A Longer Life by Jean B.
Excellent article! (Reposting all of it, because some people may not have seen it--and top-posting, because it makes sense here g.) Jean B. Ignoramus6480 wrote: http://online.wsj.com/article/0,,SB107064544570187200,00.html
December 9th 03 07:10 PM
by Jean B. Go to last post
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Trick for Fitting Children's Boots by Madolyn
This might be common knowledge to most of you here, but it came as a big "duh!" to me, and I wish I had known about this a long time ago. We recently bought our daughter a pair of hiking boots at REI, and the sales associate determined the fit by pulling out the removable instep liner and placing...
December 9th 03 07:41 PM
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| Doan Da Debater...he's a Master by Kane
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 09:46:30 -0800, Doan wrote: so as to evade the obvious, that he couldn't honesty answer The Question... ....he suddenly pitched a fit and brought up, out of the blue, and entirely unrelated to the subject............ (deja vue anyone?) Then take the bait, Kane.
December 9th 03 07:42 PM
by Kane Go to last post
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| REASONABLE STANDARD - I DOUBLE DARE YOU by Kane
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 09:40:56 -0800, Doan wrote: LOL! In time, Kane. Anybody else wanna get in on this? Chris, LaVonne, Gerald? Don't miss this chance! ;-) Relax. They've all seen your act before...years and years of it. Not a new trick in carload, Doan. You do this everytime...
December 9th 03 08:33 PM
by Doan Go to last post
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Dicken's Model ......... ADD by Kane
It seems that we have a likely model for the Artfull Dodger, in our own Doan. 217 lines of evasive drivel, exhibiting line after line, much of his repertoire of dodges. His favorite: quoting out of context to declare the other person is lying, running away, or otherwise not responding to his...
December 9th 03 08:38 PM
by Greg Hanson Go to last post
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