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My DS was 18 months and fully dry at night. He PTd at 21 months. My DD was 17 months old when she PTd but we use cloth diapers so maybe that helps?
I would get it for him. One plastic toy isn't going to hurt anything really. I found it on amazon for 50.00 w/ free shipping BTW. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000NYT1SU
They all seem to be free. Thanks for the link!
Quote: Originally Posted by JL83 Yes. There are plenty of non-candy alternatives for celebrating Halloween. Many neighborhoods or communities have parties. You can throw a party with limited candy. Your kid can go out trick-or-treating and simply not have a pillow but still have a blast with his friends. Taking candy knowing you are going to throw it away is greedy and wasteful. Wow. I can't imagine telling a 5 year old "here honey,...
I don;t want to frighten you but you can actually contract E. Coli from unpasturized apple cider. There were several outbreaks in the North East about 15 (give or take) years ago and they were linked to the apple juice. Here is a link I just found for you http://www.kidsource.com/stop/raw.cider.html Again, I don't mean to scare you with this it is only so you can have her checked. Please keep us updated! Edited to add another good link: (about fecal contamination with...
I'll be the lone dissenter here. Quote: Originally Posted by JL83 I think it's horrible to throw out the candy. I think it teaches children a very bad message about it being OK to be greedy and then just discard. It makes me so mad when people do that. If you don't want your kids to have alot of candy, then don't let them go out trick-or-treating. It's really not hard. So our kids who can't have a lot of candy should go without...
Quote: Originally Posted by oceanbaby I just saw one in the most Family Fun that looked awesome. It was a fabric hanging with a pretty painting use fall leaves, but unfortunately it's not on their website. They have these though: http://familyfun.go.com/arts-and-cra...802_sf_autumn/ Thank you for the site!
what fabulous ideas! Thank you all!
Thank you!!
That is phenomenal! You must be so proud. I certainly would be. Our DS is only 5 (almost 6) and our DD only 2 1/2 so I can only hope that they will enjoy learning as much when they get older as they do now. They are voracious about learning right now and seem to have no end to their thirst for knowledge which is, of coure, a very good thing. We use Sonlight but I am just starting to branch out into a unit study aproach for history because DS was fascinated with Native...
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