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Oct
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comment My 2-year-old son supervises me after asking me to do something for him, does this suggest lack of trust?
I think it's exactly that. The number of times I'm now told by my 2-year old daughter "just a sec daddy, just need to finish!" is hilarious and slightly troubling.
Oct
23
revised step daughter poured cold water on my baby's head?
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Oct
22
revised I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
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revised I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
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Oct
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answered I'm pretty sure I'm bound for the mental asylum
Oct
9
comment Caring for the Children of Deceased Parents
@anongoodnurse I agree with the principal, but in practical terms, if you're asking someone to care for 5 additional kids, that's a colossal burden to put on someone, special needs or no special needs. That's a "move house, give up full-time job, completely rewrite entire life" change, in a way that just one child isn't. Seperation may be the only viable option over outright rejection,l
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
28
reviewed Close Fast swinging or rocking
Sep
25
comment How often is it okay for a kid to become ill in kindergarten?
@AntonZujev You're welcome. Sorry if I sounded critical, this is one of those borderline cases, where the gap between "Parental" and "Medical" advice is a bit woolly, and I wanted to make sure I explained my close vote.
Sep
24
revised How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
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Sep
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comment How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
I agree with all your points except the "identification" paragraph. I think that's a slight underestimate; my daughter was identifying animals on the page earlier than 15 months. I think identification of self is actually a later developmental stage than identification of images as representations of things. Your final paragraph is great advice.
Sep
24
comment How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
@Joe: Agreed, fixed. Getting an outside opinion was the key point, for exactly the reason you state, but I couldn't think of the correct person to go to (in the UK you'd go to your local GP).
Sep
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answered How to deal with the toddler who is not least interested in listening to the stories I read or listening to my talks?
Sep
24
comment How often is it okay for a kid to become ill in kindergarten?
parenting.stackexchange.com/questions/626/…
Sep
24
comment How often is it okay for a kid to become ill in kindergarten?
I think this is kind of a medical question, and thus out of scope for the site. You have concerns about your child's health, DOCTOR, not internet Q&A site. Your child may have been cuddling the other kids when they sneeze, or they may have a serious immune system issue. I personally would be reluctant to diagnose between these based on a StackExchange post.
Sep
10
comment How important is a settled/repeatable routine for a 1 month old
@EoinCampbell How's the mum?
Sep
1
comment How can we ask our 22-year-old son to leave?
+1 for cancelling the "funding".
Aug
28
comment My daughter is 15 and in love with a girl that is 19 what should i do?
Specifically, what are your feelings, what do you want to do, what do you want out of it? Is this about grandkids, religion, age differences, the actual girl in question, how the rest of your family will feel? There's a lot we could cover, but more information will allow us to help better.