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comment Is it required or advised to sterilize bottles?
Well @Dan you already saw the link that ctokelly provided. My answer (four years ago...) is based on personal experience and the advice we have received from infant health care workers.
Jun
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comment First keyboard: Qwerty or Dvorak?
@creationedge No I never really switched. Relevant blog post: wp.me/pf6dX-gh
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reviewed Edit Should I monitor my child's internet usage?
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revised Should I monitor my child's internet usage?
corrections to bjb568's suggested edit. Some edits were accepted, some were not. Thanks.
Jun
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comment How long can a 3-month-old go without eating?
@TomW, all my contributions are based on personal experience as well as advice received from professionals (or other parents whose judgement I trust). In this case the basis is advice from infant nurses and child health care workers.
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comment How to better engage myself with my 15 month old
"Open-ended toys could also be beads, crayons, play-doh, sand in the yard, and many other things." How many more examples do you need? I did include a definition; anything not meant to be used in one specific and limiting way.
Apr
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comment As an atheist, how should I explain theism to my children?
@rotard I don't see much in the way of religious causes - that's my point. Looking at the past couple of hundred years, wars were about territory control, political power, natural resources and food supply - not about "kill all the infidels" (except this mention).
Apr
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comment As an atheist, how should I explain theism to my children?
@rotard my personal definition is simple: Many bloody wars have been fought in the name of Christianity and Islam. I'm not aware of similar problems with East-Asian religions, which is but one reason why I like them better.
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answered Pre May 2013 Tripp Trapp differences?
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comment Pre May 2013 Tripp Trapp differences?
Upvoted to counter product-specific downvote :-) Perhaps @Ida does not realize that the Tripp Trapp is almost as ubiquitous as Ikea? Honestly, look in any home in Europe and you'll be nearly certain to find one.