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I am making dollhouse dolls- in a style like ryan's room and plan toys dolls. Right now I am planning on using wooden beads or balls for heads as well as hand braided cord (kumichmo) with embedded pipe cleaners (I tried just wire, but the wire moved around too much). I'll use yarn for hair and will hand make the clothes. I like to pretend I'm crafty, but I tend to be a bit crafting challenged! I need to figure out three things. First is how to color the wood a flesh...
You're not going to like me but there are no seats that meet all your criteria. Sorry! I'm going to have to disregard the more cosmetic parts (type of cover, matching seats, etc) in my reply. I would look at the baby trend for an infant seat. They are narrow and affordable. You might be able to fit two radians ad one infant seat 3 across RFing, the extreme contouring of your seats should help with getting the radians more upright. If not, you should be able to fit...
It really depends. I wouldn't purchase a seat for ERFing if it meant going without food, or skipping gas payments, but if it means delaying a big purchase or not eating out for a couple months, the I would. The Safety 1st Complete Air will last until 40 lbs, which should last at least until 4ish for your child if he continues about on the same growth curve. It DOES have a 40 in standing height limit, however I am comfortable disregarding a standing height limit as the...
I would get a Safety 1st Avenue or Safety 1st Uptown . If you can swing a bit more I would look at the Evenflo Triumph Advance and Graco My Ride also. Be sure to have your install checked by a child passenger safety technician! Remember that all seats pass the same tests, the important thing is finding one that fits your child, your budget, and your vehicle.
Quote: Originally Posted by annethcz Oops. I also meant to post this link, it lists the legal age for children to stay home alone in each state, along with the citation. http://www.latchkey-kids.com/latchke...age-limits.htm That link is not accurate. For Illinois it lists 14 years old, however that is not accurate. This is the actual law Quote: "any minor under the age of 14 years whose parent or other person responsible for...
Quote: Originally Posted by *Aimee* I'm going through this same thing right now! later this week we're going on a 13 hour drive to the inlaws. Our car doesn't have rear ac vents and he gets soooooo hot and sweaty. I am going to try and leave him rear facing (he'll be 14 months, 25lbs) but through Nevada if he gets too hot I'm switching him. take your front AC vents, point them at the ceiling, and turn them on full blast! The air should "bounce"...
Quote: Originally Posted by bobandjess99 ????? Really? MY 17 month old ds fits into his sisters old one perfectly, it's actually almost too small for him...it is a very common cheap one from walmart-type stores, its this one here http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0018CR764 Do other people really have problems? Most bike helmets available in stores are not designed to fit until a kid has an 18 or 19 inch head circumference. Kids hit that...
I wouldn't turn him- you're going to be on the road for a great deal of time, and he is at an age where even occasional forward facing makes me nervous. Beyond safety rear facing is just more comfortable- more recline for sleeping. It is also what he's use to, he might not adjust well to the change. When you eat I would just pull over, get out, and take time to eat! Sitting for too long can put you (and especially your mother as risk increase with age) at risk for...
If your read enough, you'll learn the truth- everything causes autism Or at least that is the only possible conclusion if you choose to believe every theory or hypothesis regarding it. There are so many people assuming correlations equal causation, or commiting outright fraud when it comes to finding an environmental cause of autism it's downright criminal. Many Native American mothers had their babies swaddled to cradle boards for much of the first...
One specialist you may want to add to your "to see" list is a developmental pediatrician. I had a good experience with C's developmental pediatrician, the evaluation was incredibly thorough. She specializes in children with complex developmental issues and identified several things which previous doctors had missed. Good luck! I hope you can figure out what is going on. They ran a lot of tests on me as a small child because I had a large head, they ended up just...
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