Originally Posted by harleyhalfmoon
1. When she asks for them.
2. When she understands that it will hurt.
3. Whens she can care for them herself.
4. And, of course, a pediatrition would do it.
Originally Posted by 1xmom
My dd has been asking me for a couple of years now. She will be 9 soon and I think I am going to surprise her and take her to get them done for her birthday. We did the clip-on thing...
When they can take care of them, understand the responsibilty, make the decision for themselves, and get it done by a professional piercer.
Whatever you do, do NOT pierce her ears with a gun. Scroll down for info on piercing guns:...
They've already cut, though 1 not fully. I'm hoping once they are all completely out maybe it will help. Hopefully my nipples will survive until then. lol
Dh jokes around that she's trying to ruin them for any future babies.
She started out doing the smile or look, then biting, but now it's out of the blue. There are even times where she looks like she's eating fine then just bites and scrapes. She's actually drawn blood.
I hope this passes soon.
I've never had too much of a problem w/biting with any of my kids, just the ocasional bite when their teething, etc. My 15 mo. though is now in the habit of biting down just about every time when she unlatches. I've tried telling her no,...
I had never seen so many vanity plates before until I moved here (S. Eastern Va). Seriously, it's insane. And most of them are either really dumb or senseless. It's gotten to the point that I really can't stand them.
Yes, I know, stupid...
Originally Posted by SimonMom
They're not teachers, they're paid lunch supervisors. yeah, I've not had good experiences with them.
They say the gym would be too crowded.:
Well, I would definitely...