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Thanks...she is the one I saw during my last pregnancy, and saying we did not click is an understatement! I liked her work, but her bedside manner left a lot to be desired IMHO.

Anyone else?
I used Mazer, but he is north of town in Harrison Township, on North Main Street right up the street from where the DQ used to be, and around where St. Rita's is located.

I have used him in pregnancies before..and have not had much problems.
post #82 of 131
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Thanks...she is the one I saw during my last pregnancy, and saying we did not click is an understatement! I liked her work, but her bedside manner left a lot to be desired IMHO.

Anyone else?
I had the same experience but a lot of people like her. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
post #83 of 131
Yay! I'm glad to read this. Hopefully you have turned the corner and it will be smooth sailing from here. =)
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Breastfeeding Celebration June 4

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For all you homeschooling families out there we can also add a gift cert for a homeschooling assessment for one family ($100 value), as well as a photography package.

Yes, it starts at 5:00 and will wrap up around 8:00!
Getting some last minute donations here and we now have Bradley Classes to auction as well as 2 massages and some natural cleaning products from Shaklee! Come on out and enjoy!
post #85 of 131
Anyone know of any places that have social skill groups for kids?

I am thinking I may put DS2 in it..to maybe help with his current issues, especially his need to constantly torment his older brother 24/7. Because honestly, if something is not done soon about it, I am going to put them with no toys or anything in separate rooms all day every day, and never take them anywhere...
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post #87 of 131
Samaritan Behavioral Health - Ycats
post #88 of 131
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Samaritan Behavioral Health - Ycats
Not impressed with Ycats....2 years after DS1 was in KYS and referred to them after his stay, YCATS finally decided they had an opening to offer ihim the counseling and services he needed. And no, the 2 years is not an exageration..he was there in June 2008, YCats finally had an opening in April 2010....
post #89 of 131
nice. The wait list at these places are insane.
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Hey ladies, cheap or free stuff to do locally? We have a zoo pass and museum pass, anything involving those would be awesome too.

Also water splash pads?? I know of the one in Middletown at Smith Park, any other local ones?
post #91 of 131
Water/Splash Pads

Island Metro park has a nice one along with nice playground area...
The fountains downtown on the river at Riverscape
Centennial Park in Englewood
Orchard Park in Oakwood

There is also one just south of Salem Ave on Edwin C. Moses. The play area is decent too...Hubby takes the kids there during the summer/spring/fall when I have to be in Court for an extended period of time.
post #92 of 131
Activity Center Park in Centerville has a splash pad as well as a very nice playground.
post #93 of 131
Anyone have recommendations for a homeschool group or co-op? Or even a 4H or scouting group that caters to homeschoolers? We've officially decided to homeschool DD!
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Hey ladies, cheap or free stuff to do locally? We have a zoo pass and museum pass, anything involving those would be awesome too.

Also water splash pads?? I know of the one in Middletown at Smith Park, any other local ones?
Free movies!

http://www.regmovies.com/nowshowing/....aspx?state=OH
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Anyone have recommendations for a homeschool group or co-op? Or even a 4H or scouting group that caters to homeschoolers? We've officially decided to homeschool DD!
I think the YMCA has homeschool programs. I will have to check the board next time I am out there.
post #96 of 131
Yes, the YMCA, at least in Englewood (KLEPTZ), has homeschool programs during the school year.

I believe the contact person there for those is Ms. Litton, she also does a lot of the pre-school based programs and dance programs for them as well.

I know next week she is helping with a half day VBS at Concord United Methodist church on T-W-H in the mornings.
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Last Call for Breastfeeding Celebration

One last reminder about the La Leche League Breastfeeding Celebration at Delco Park in Kettering, Friday June 4 at 5:00. Lots of great items being raffled and auctioned so come on out, bring a dish to share, and celebrate with us!
post #98 of 131
So excited for the Breastfeeding Celebration today!!
post #99 of 131
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Anyone have recommendations for a homeschool group or co-op? Or even a 4H or scouting group that caters to homeschoolers? We've officially decided to homeschool DD!
Congrats! So fun!!
There are a couple local yahoo homeschooling groups. There are some co-ops and 4-h too.
LMK if you need any more info. I'll do my best but I'm a newbie too.
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How does your family celebrate Father's Day?

Every year I make pie for my Dad and orchestrate some fun activity for my son and his dad.
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