What about asking the teacher if a ride could be found for your daughter?
And other parents can be really helpful here. I know that my mom drove me to youth orchestra every week... and also drove about 3 other kids.
If you don't really like her and your personalities are not a match, then don't hang out with her. You shouldn't be offended if she doesn't invite you to her parties. She likely feels similarly about you.
Meanwhile, if your daughters are close in age, surely they can play together without you having to interact too much with your neighbour.
You do not need to make up your own consent forms. The burden of proof that you understand procedures does not fall on you, the patient. You don't need to prove to them that you understand. They need to prove to *you* that they have explained procedures to you adequately.
These forms are a little bit silly. Just give them a list of stuff you're not allowing, and ignore them if they give you grief. I refused to be induced for 12 hours in a hospital, and they just asked...
I pushed for about 20 minutes. It feels like a large object is coming out of your vagina, and you can sort of bear down and help squeeze it out.
It is similar to pooping in the sense that pooping is a large object being pushed by your colon and and through your anal sphincter. You have a slightly similar bearing down feeling, except you are using some of the same muscles and some more vagina-specific ones.
The whole "breathing down" as opposed to "purple pushing"...
If I was a doctor, I'd be annoyed getting a form that has several paragraphs of basic, slightly wrong, information about the Vitamin K shot before the refusal. Why don't you just skip the TL;DR and just put that you refuse it?
Why would they care if you're monitoring your newborn? As people have mentioned, things like brain bleeding aren't always apparent anyway.
It's possible an overwhelmed mom of a young breastfeeding infant might find it every more stressful to be torn from her baby. But it's possible to take it on a case-by-case.
You have signed in as "mother in law". Do you have a daughter-in-law who is a new mom? How old is her baby? This depends on so many factors.
It might even be helpful for someone to show up at her house, hold the baby while she naps, cook dinner and clean her bathroom for her. I know that when I...
I felt confident enough to stop it in the moment not to talk about it beforehand.
A doctor in our hospital really did just check out the foreskin just to see. She didn't retract, or put any pressure on fused tissue, just checked out the penis and the visible urethral opening. I could definitely see some moms getting all up in her grill for going there, but I'm just not like that. I'd have stopped her if she'd started to stretch the foreskin off the glans.