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Mother in training.


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answered 9 week old started fussing during evening nursing
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answered How to help a tomboy not dread puberty
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answered How to prevent or heal chapped cheeks in a toddler?
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answered How to teach a child a foreign language at home when both parents aren't native speakers of a different language?
Nov
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answered Should we always ask to have urine tested when we go to urgent care?
Nov
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revised Evidence based guidelines for front or rearward facing pushchairs/strollers?
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answered Evidence based guidelines for front or rearward facing pushchairs/strollers?
Oct
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answered Intentional infection with Toxoplasmosis before getting pregnant?
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answered How to handle post traumatic stress with my 6yr old daughter?
Sep
7
comment How do we deal with potty training at daycare?
I guess my issue is that it doesn't make sense to go back to diapers at home, but it makes sense at daycare. However, all the potty training advice says to be consistent, and not use diapers sometimes while not at other times. I think we might do the 'inconsistent' thing anyway, and let them put a diaper on each day after the first accident but keep him in underwear outside daycare. That way, he can still opt to stay in underwear at daycare if he decides to use the potty at some point, and they can still put on a diaper if he opts not to.
Sep
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comment How do we deal with potty training at daycare?
Thanks for your input! Have you thought of just taking a break? We have. I'm not particularly in favour of that solution, but it's definitely a possibility.
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revised I am 24 years old. I found marijuana and ecstasy my 17 year old sister's room. What should I do?
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answered I am 24 years old. I found marijuana and ecstasy my 17 year old sister's room. What should I do?
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comment Is confusing red and blue at age 3 a possible indication of color-blindness?
I'm pressed for time hence a comment instead of an answer: (1) classical color-blindness, the type that's more prevalent in males, is about mixing red and green. Blue is on a different receptor in the retina, and does not normally get mixed up with red (perceptually). (2) I was reading about colors and kids recently, and I found that it's normal to be confused about colors even for four-year-olds! Colors seem simple to us but for some reason they're not for kids. So overall, I wouldn't worry about it :)