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Eh, they all pick a sort of pet vaccine to push as a "well, at least get this one" strategy. There even seem to be some trends about which ones are the favorites. That's all that was about. Good for you for firing her! Hope the naturopath is everything you guys need!
You must have excellent service in the midwest. I recently waited a week for my own fridge when I needed a new one. It was the fastest we could find anywhere around here. It certainly does not make me a deadbeat landlord to myself. .
Well, it's not legal, and fairly dangerous to deduct something like food from your rent. I would put a notice to quit on the door on the 11th of the month if the tenant didn't forward the balance after a discussion. There is a strict protocol to rent withholding, and part of it is establishing an independant account into which you must deposit the full amount of rent on time (and late fees if it's deposited into the account late) each month until the dispute is...
My bet is that she feels that God put her in your house to save your kids. I deal with this with my GM. I was raised in a hyper-proselytizing southern baptist family - and I went to catholic school. So I know all about this confusion! I don't talk to anyone in my family but my mother and GM. Mom's not religious, but GM is constantly trying to save DS since I'm not. She never gets far. She knows it's an off-limits topic, and DS is never alone with her. So...
Some people who play russian roulette don't die. Others do. Does that make it a safe venture? I've survived a few car accidents. Does that mean car crashes don't maim or kill? It's just a flaw in logic to think that way. Plus, I don't believe the "We are fine" stuff. We can't know. It's never been looked at, so there is no basis for the claims of safety or the claims that the reactions are not iatrogenic. I'll find a thread and come right back... Here it...
Quote: Originally Posted by Mom2J Sorry to hijack your post op, just wanted to make sure everyone understands that this is a real possibility, and that avoiding a medicalized birth isn't going to insure you won't have a baby with a heart defect. Obviously, this is a subject that is very important to me on a personal level. I'm not anti-home-birth by any stretch of the imagination. I don't think every wbv is neccessary. I think we all just need to be...
I love long hair on guys! I let DS's grow and it was so cute! But he never let's us wash it, so I trimmed it up a month ago or so. But it grows so fast - I think I'll let it get long again. He says he likes it long. When I trimmed it, he told me not to make it too short. DH thinks long hair on guys is goofy, but I've forbidden him to say anything to DS about it. DS's hair, DS's choice. I get so tired of everyone chiming in about it. : People seem to think...
Can you guys tell me more about what autism looks like? Honestly, when I read about the symptoms, I don't feel like DS is anything like what's described, but seeing those videos it's pretty similar. It's really hard to tell from a 3 minute shot, though. What are the real hallmarks?
Quote: Originally Posted by Mom2J Before someone says how rare something like that is, let me say that 1 in 100 babies is born with a heart defect. It is common for them to be missed until the first or second WBV. This number is certainly affected my medicalized births - namely cutting the cord before the ventricles can close. I should hope that the midwives both let the cord stop pulsing, and also would catch a murmur in their...
Dude, they're pushing DTs after bug bites now. It's completely out of control. Of course all these "specialists" have never seen a severe reaction - first, the ones that have and acknowledge it get character assasinated... and second, it's the ones that manipulate that grey area of correlation the best who yell the loudest about no causation. And all the while belittle everyone else for not understanding the difference. Um, projection anyone? ...
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