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One of my daughters has locs and the other does not.  We wash and braid her hair once a week.  I don't use rubber bands, just learned to braid down to the very ends.  I find that much easier to handle when it's time to take the braids out!  I change the parts every 2 weeks.  The first time, going from unbraided to braided, takes the longest.  My dds are very active and just don't like to sit down more than once a week to really do their hair.    I brush, section,...
Classes are coming up in MA and CT!  Please PM me if you're in CT and would like more information.  The class will be held on March 17, in Madison.  You can get general information at www.newbornbreath.com
Do you have a new work address that you could use?  Can you get a P.O. box?
My dh is active duty, and luckily he's ashore 10 months out of the year .  Even still, he works 70+ hours per week and always has to bring work home.  I've been trying to be a midwifery student for a few years, but I have to confess that I'm close to giving up.  Dh feels terrible about my inability to add serious study to sahming, homeschooling and managing our household, but there's really not anything he can do.  As it is, I practically have to force him to get 4-6...
If she is in DEERS as his dependent, then your dd is automatically enrolled in Dental and the premiums are automatically deducted out of his pay.  If he does not have her in DEERS, you need to call his command and file a complaint.  Your dd is entitled to receive ALL of her dependent benefits.  You can call United Concordia yourself and they should be able to find your dd's info and provide you with a list of dentists that accept the plan.  Your dd can access all of her...
Please put me on your PM list, if you're not overwhelmed.  Thank you!
I just discovered that Tumblebooks is available for free through MilitaryOneSource. So, if you are active duty military or dependents, make sure you take advantage!
I feel compelled to post because just yesterday my paternal cousin, who is my age (mid-30s), went in for a regular appointment with her CF specialist and was told she seems better than ever. The thing is, she was in that category that you are describing when we were kids. We grew up just knowing that she was not going to live past the age of 21, if she was lucky! Plus, my aunt and uncle smoked around her...so my mom just felt like my poor cousin was doomed to suffer...
Any alums or current students? I would love to talk with you. Thank you! This is the link, in case anyone is interested: http://www.philau.edu/midwifery/midwifenews.htm
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