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... it is so frustrating when a sick child is dropped off at daycare or school. fevers are almost always contagious. i am fed up with wiping green snot noses and calling moms to come get their kids. ... (25 replies)
... it is so frustrating when a sick child is dropped off at daycare or school. fevers are almost always contagious. i am fed up with wiping green snot noses and calling moms to come get their kids. ... (25 replies)
... Dealing with a sick baby is no fun but it is a fact of life. Think on this what are you going to do when your DD goes to school? ... (26 replies)

... Actually, my kids have thier own rooms and they all have a "play room" that they share with all of thier toys in it. ... (90 replies)
Teens Drinking
Mar 3, 2005
... I fear your getting mixed up with them." Her response would be...."that all happened when I was out of the house when staying at D's" Lately she has been going over to D's to watch her favorite programs etc. Last week D. ... (217 replies)
... Another avenue is keep your son busy with sports and other friends in his school besides the neighboor boys, let him know there is more to life then his neighboorhood. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, It is very hard some days to be a good parent and I am glad to know I am not alone. I have a heart condition which tires me out quickly. I am a stay at home mom of an 11yr old and 3 yr old. My days are hard and I usually go to bed filled with guilt because I am not the mom I wanted to be. ... (19 replies)
... Hi mamas-lil-helper, First I have one thing to say, I only wish I had had parents like you as a teenager, Secondly, speaking as a fellow mother now, although mine are still young, It is ok, to want the best for your children, but there has to be ALOT of give and take involved, especially where teenagers are concerned, lol and you did good with the whole car thing,... (8 replies)
... emergency because she had a high fever in the middle of the night,she woke bf and told him to take her there,he said "no"you go by yourself with baby,If baby is sick and needed meds well she had to take her with her.My friend has lived her life through her child,everything revolves around her d,she cares nothing about the bf. ... (28 replies)
... well i had to shake my head about my daughter AGAIN last night! my youngest is 8 and she gets very frightened at certain things. ... (3 replies)
... You should complain to your michigan state school superintendant. Here is the info for that department in MI. ... (12 replies)
... I work at a school's daycare for almost 4 years and have played candyland about a million times and those kids are completely normal. ... (7 replies)
... From my experience, kids learn best with repetition. ... (11 replies)
... My daughter just recently made the lead in her school play, she has wanted to make a lead for many years now and with patience and perseverence her moment to shine has arrived....the timing couldn't be better. ... (11 replies)
... ccessfully for other teens. My dd is 13 and terrible. dont get me wrong she is great in school, has decent friends, isnt violent on drugs or a criminal. But I am sick of the eye rooling, the "its not fair" talk, being yelled at! crossing of the arms, the "whatevers". ... (3 replies)
... ven by careful research. In fact, childhood agressivness has been more closely linked to maternal permissiveness than any type of discipline. My son first hit me at the tender age of 15 months, long before I had ever spanked him. Children don't have to be taught to be agressive. ... (119 replies)
... whatever has never been there for him at all. He made it clear that if I left him he would make my life miserable so I LEFT! ... (23 replies)




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