[QUOTE=ProtoLawyer;12576445](before I start, standard caveats: I am not a lawyer yet, and even if I was, this isn't legal advice.)
What state are they in?
Thank you for the info. He lives PA. She has left the state.
I really need some help. A really close friend of mine just left her husband. He was told the day she packed up and left. She has 2 sons 10 and 5. She took the 5 year old with her. She is with another man. She is saying that this is the youngest ds father!! We are all devastated. None of of us knew this was going on. I couldn't believe she left one of her children! I cant believe she has been cheating for so long...Well her husband wants the younger son back. He is the...
What a great thread! My dd just started jk and this thread has given me lots to think about. At our parents night the head of school made a really good point about when children go through tough times(when they dont succeed, have a challege, whatever) how these are the times they REALLY grow. There have been some really great points about this being a great time(situation) for the op dd to learn. None of us wants our dc to have painful experiences. And certainly we should...
I was going to homeschool. But for various reasons we wont be for the time being. We were able to get my dd in a great private school for jrk. She loves going to schoo! And I am loving the experience we are having so far:
I hope the year will continue as it has started!
Originally Posted by lovemyfamily6
I don't know about all candles such as soy, but most candles are paraffin, which is a petroleum product. If you ever burn a jar Yankee or Party Lite or other paraffin candle, you can see the black soot that gets on the jar. That stuff is going into your air. I've been using Bean Pod candles that are soy and I don't get the soot. I just posted on another thread yesterday about the safety of the fragrance though...