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reviewed Looks OK How do you respond to a teenager who has started to smoke?
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK What features should I look for in an infant or toddler bath tub?
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK Where can I find good toys suggestions for each age group?
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reviewed Looks OK Should we switch from cloth to disposable diapers?
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reviewed Looks OK How worried should I be about head bumps as my infant learns to get around?
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reviewed Looks OK How can we keep my niece's hair out of her eyes?
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK Advice for carrying out the “Stay in Bed” technique with our 2-year-old
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK What are some filling after-dinner snacks for a 1 year old?
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK Wha should I feed my kids for breakfast?
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reviewed Looks OK How can I keep my infant from sleeping while bottle feeding?
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reviewed Looks OK How to cut infants nails
Sep
11
comment How might one comfort a newborn with sore gums whose teeth are about to erupt?
-1: Booze is not good for newborns.
Sep
11
reviewed Looks OK Should I let my 5 year old watch the news?
Sep
10
answered Kindergarten Teacher teaching in Spanish, should I be concerned?
Sep
10
comment Kindergarten Teacher teaching in Spanish, should I be concerned?
+1 for discussing with the teacher. Be confident but not confrontational, and make it clear that you're simply concerned about your child's language skills development.
Sep
10
comment Kindergarten Teacher teaching in Spanish, should I be concerned?
Gerardo, I slightly edited the last paragraph, and removed the sig. If you don't like the changes, please roll them back (we generally don't use sigs though, as the user box exists for that purpose)
Sep
10
revised Kindergarten Teacher teaching in Spanish, should I be concerned?
Removed sig, toned down the defensiveness at the end.
Sep
5
comment What software can I use to plan and prepare for my family's security and safety?
There's a great online tool for suggesting risks and getting feedback on how to handle them here: parenting.stackexchange.com
Sep
5
comment What software can I use to plan and prepare for my family's security and safety?
+1, even though this isn't answering the question regarding software. Great answer to a less than great question.
Sep
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comment How can a Single Father prevent his child from becoming addicted to video games?
+1 for considering the nature of the games. Being aware of when it's easy for the kid to say "okay" and hit the off switch, avoids encouraging practicing arguing back. It also means you're treating the kid's interests with respect, which means a lot, especially as they get older. I'd +1 again for playing with your son.