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Really losing my patience... by Kat
With DS... He's 8 (as of yesterday) and for a while now, I've been really losing my patience with him. I think it's been at least 3-4 days since he has had a shower or bath. NOT acceptable in my books. I believe a shower (or bath) is required around here every second day at the most. It's...
February 2nd 09 04:14 PM
by Nikki Go to last post
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having a pet put to sleep by MarieD[_2_]
At what age do you consider appropriate for a child to be with a pet at the vet's office when it is put to sleep? If it matters in this situation, the child has grown up around animals, both healthy and neglected/abused rescues, so she has seen death. I have a rescue that we haven't been able to...
January 31st 09 02:09 PM
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Anyone else planning to end it before New Year? by Jarmo Helenius
Kun heinäluoma otti 2008 vapun keskusteluaseekseen Suomen NATO-jäsenyyden ja lupaili, ettei kansamme ole sinne pakko mennä, jossei sitä kaipaa, on kyseessä tietysti demokratian peruselementti. Vaan miksei Heinäluoma samantien vaatinut asiasta kansanäänestystä myös? Olisi jäänyt sitten jatkon...
January 30th 09 01:13 AM
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A bike by Welches
Three children appoximately 3 years between each of them. #1 and #3 are tall, #2 is small. All use their bikes, although perhaps at that time #3 uses the bike slightly more round the garden. The bikes are not bought new, second hand, and then passed down the family. #1 has just moved onto a new...
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January 29th 09 07:53 PM
by Rosalie B. Go to last post
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OT Boy taken away from grandparents, given to gay men for adoption by Ignoramus2885
Authorities find that grandparents, 46 and 59, are "too old" to care for their grandson, and handed the young boy a couple of male homosexuals instead. Details...
January 28th 09 10:01 PM
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What kind of TV programs do your kids watch? by Dad[_2_]
I am just wondering! My DS (almost 7yr old) likes to watch re runs of I carly and Drake and Josh, so my 4yr old DD watches those with him too. I think most of the episodes are okay, except a few which contains some light kissing. What do you guys think? My DW thinks they are not suitable for...
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January 28th 09 06:25 PM
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New 'Electric Company' plugs kids into reading - Producer of PBS show says revival is overdue as literacy rate for kids falls by Ubiquitous
NEW YORK - Watch out for silent e. That little stealth agent can turn a glob into a globe, a plan into a plane. That's pretty hug, um, huge! Or as they say on "The Electric Company," silent e is the baddest ninja in town. Yes, "The Electric Company" has been switched back on, plugged back into...
January 28th 09 12:31 AM
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Cloth diaper question... by Kat
For those that ever did cloth diapers... What would you say is the absolute minimum to have on hand? With DS I didn't really cloth diaper him. At that point, I didn't have the money to buy cloth diapers or use a diaper service, the know-how to make them or a washing machine (I was hauling...
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January 23rd 09 07:25 AM
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love is for raising children by John Doe
Is that "love is for raising children" a novel concept? I do not find that expression or "love is for raising kids" on the Internet. Then again, I do not find "love is for managing relationships" or "love is for pleasing my libido" either. -- Are you a blissfully ignorant voter? Do you buy...
January 22nd 09 08:40 AM
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Another question about funerals/death, by me. by Kat
My uncle died this morning, so now I have a funeral to go to. This was an uncle that I was always very, very close to. He ended up in the hospital (again) almost 3 weeks ago. His health has been horrible for a couple of years now, actually. Bad diabetic (insulin dependant 3 or 4 times a day,...
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January 19th 09 03:26 PM
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The Circus On Euston Road by JOHN
http://www.cryshame.co.uk//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=106&Itemid=169 The Circus On Euston Road Allison Edwards (italics) & Martin J Walker (regular type) http://www.cryshame.co.uk Getting an innocent London bus from Victoria to Warren Street, on Monday
January 18th 09 03:17 PM
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Parent conference vent by Donna Metler[_2_]
I just got a note on these from my daughter's school, and I'm wondering how it's handled elsewhere. I have to say, as a mom, it almost seems like the school doesn't actually want us to do conferences at all-the conference times are between 1:00-3:00, when the pre-K kids leave at 11:30 and either go...
January 15th 09 12:44 AM
by Welches Go to last post
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cars - sliding door v. regular door by Anne Rogers
We're still trying to decide between a minivan and a midsize SUV (something like a Honda Pilot). One of the main differences that I think would effect us is the sliding doors of a minivan, or regular doors in an SUV - the automatic opening is great, but not fundamental, my bigger concern is...
January 8th 09 12:58 AM
by dejablues[_3_] Go to last post
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That dental surgery didn't exactly go as I had thought... by Kat
I'm a little disappointed at this time, and I think I'm just venting more than anything... DD1 had her appointment with the pediatric oral surgeon this morning. Just as a reminder, last month she wiped out real good on the side walk and smashed her teeth right out of her head. Both of her 2...
January 7th 09 04:41 AM
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Ped appointment by Kat
DD1 had her appointment with the pediatrician this morning. It was a last second appointment that I was squeezed in between appointments as soon as they possibly could due to her needing a post-op checkup before her dental surgery - which is on Tuesday morning. To keep to the main point and...
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January 7th 09 03:43 AM
by Kat Go to last post
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Good watercolor brush? by toypup[_2_]
Anyone know what to look for in a watercolor brush? What's a good set to get for a classroom? I'm looking for a quality set. I need to get a set of at least 20 single size brushes, not multiple sizes.
December 29th 08 12:42 AM
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Above the influence. by metspitzer
I just saw a commercial about drugs. The kids have on huge clothes that basically say stay away from drugs, and be yourself. The last guy leaving his house has a coat with an abovetheinfluence logo on it. The site is not selling tee shirts. I think this symbol would be a great way for kids to...
December 28th 08 06:39 AM
by Kat Go to last post
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Anyone know of a group about kids with ADHD by ella o
I'm having a problem with an 8yr old girl who can never be still or quiet. Even asking to settle down it will only last as long as you are looking at her, turn your back and she starts talking to herself or singing. This isn't my kid, just a short term keep. ** Posted from...
December 21st 08 04:35 AM
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Sigh. Confused more than ever about orthodontics. by toypup[_2_]
Okay, so DS's pediatric dentist recommended a palate expander because he said his new teeth coming in were too big and he doesn't have room in his mouth. He says there's not much time for a palate expander. After age 8, he stops doing them, it's too late to expand the palate and he just leaves...
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December 20th 08 03:47 PM
by enigma Go to last post
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Prominent Physician Advises Against Flu Shots by Jan Drew
http://darthchaosofrspw.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/prominent-physician-advises-against-flu-shots/ Prominent Physician Advises Against Flu Shots
December 19th 08 03:36 AM
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