Go Paula JoAnne! Come on baby... stick with us! You can do it!!! :
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9/13/09 at 8:13pm
Now, if anyone can figure out how I can get my yeasty gluten free bread to not collapse when i take it out of the oven, I'm all ears. I like the taste of this one bread, but it always collapses. We still use it, but it's hard to cut the cheese to fit when the sides are 3-4 inches tall and the middle is only 2 inches tall.
Pyrah's is 1-7pm next Sat.
We also love the Tuesday Night Race series. Huge community event--kids have a ball.
|4 through 7 years who are at least 57 inches or 65+ pounds; 7 through 15 who are shorter than 57 inches or weigh less than 65 pounds (effective 09/15/09)|
4 weeks today (past lmp) and I am actually feeling yuckier then ever:
Dizzy, nauseous, urpy, etc.
Today is always the day that I start bleeding, but its always preceeded by 2-3 days of symptom loss.
And, I think I need 2 large caution signs, one for each side of my chest.
You touch, you die!!!!!!
Okay, now I'm re-re-re-reading this part:
"If your child is younger than eight, less than 65 pounds, or under 4 feet, 9 inches in height, the child must be in a child safety seat to ride in your car. "
And I'm seeing that if they are any of those things (under 8, OR if they are under 65 lbs, OR if they are below 4 foot 9), they must be in a car seat.
I'm pretty sure that's how it's meant to work, because the lady in the article talks about how seat belts aren't made for people under 4'9", etc.
So E does not meet the requirements, in my reading. Isn't one of our mamas a CPST?