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Python 3 developer and entrepreneur, author of Porting to Python 3.

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Oct
10
accepted What are the key considerations when selecting a potty?
Oct
10
comment What are the key considerations when selecting a potty?
Late comment with more experience: Yes, it's a good idea once that kid get's close to three years or so. At less than two it wasn't a hit.
Sep
16
comment What home-safety aspects should new parents consider?
@Hilmar Things may be fool-proof, but they can never be kid-proof. They can only buy you extra time to react. Door stops will not prevent kids from removing the stops. Plugs in your non-safe sockets will not prevent the kid from removing the plugs. And a child barrier will not prevent the child from climbing over or opening it. It just means it takes longer, so you have an extra chance to prevent the accident.
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May
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revised At what age can you leave the child in the bathtub?
I'm still so confused by that comment that I now remove it.
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Apr
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comment How do we help our toddler to sleep through the night?
@MrsPea: See above. Basically we made sure that she ate a lot during the day.
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Mar
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comment How can I get my 12-month baby to sleep in her bed?
No one left anyone or anywhere. It's still the same room. Also, the question explicitly says "But our baby is not old enough to understand what you say".
Jan
18
comment Can fraternal twins develop their own “language”?
I can however say that you don't need twins for this. My daughter (soon three) has developed a whole set of words with unknown origins. She says "dlang" for round, counts "mooneh", "te" instead of "ett", "två" (Swedish) or "ras", "dva" (Polish), and also use words we haven't figured out what she means yet. She even resists trying to learn the "proper" words. I have no doubt that if we had twins there would be much more of this.
Jan
18
comment Can fraternal twins develop their own “language”?
They do however just sat "dadadadadadada" which hardly can be construed as a "language".
Jan
10
revised How do we help our toddler to sleep through the night?
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