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This is very sad. Smacking children in the face is abuse. That is so horrible. I would stop going and if they visit, I would set limits in my own home. Nobody is allowed to hit anyone else in my home, period. I'm so sorry for those children.
That sucks. Sometimes it's good to take a day off and just sit around, feeling crappy. Tomorrow you can get back up and deal with it.
Does this site help you? http://www.windowcoverings.org/
Quote: Originally Posted by woodchick DD does this constantly. I'm pretty much convinced she's either using it as a joke or is trynig to buy herself a little thinking time. Yeah, my son did this for awhile. It didn't last very long. Like a month maybe. Except he didn't say "Huh?" He said "What.. What you saying?" in this very funny way. It was pretty difficult not to laugh.
Jack wants to go to sleep between 11pm and 12am. Alexander stays up until we go to bed, usually between 11pm and 1am.
I used nothing. We kept pillows and blankets away from the baby until they were able to roll and we never had any problems. I also have never rolled onto the cats when they slept on the bed, or the dog.
My oldest is only 3 but we don't do that and I don't anticipate ever making my kids wait at the table when they're done unless we're at a restaurant or something. I don't see the point.
Dr Sears website says: "Ear drainage – if you see blood or pus draining out of the ear, then it is probably an infection with a ruptured eardrum. DON'T WORRY! These almost always heal just fine, and once the eardrum ruptures the pain subsides." http://www.askdrsears.com/html/8/t081600.asp
You're not supposed to put bulky coats between the straps on the seat and your baby. It's much better to dress the baby in something thin like fleece and then put a blanket over the carseat straps.
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