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comment What should I be teaching my two year old?
@Beofett-- definitely working on. I would not say that a kid should have mastered singing by the age of 2, nor know how to count to 100, or whatever. They might know their directions. These were the line items that they had on their evaluations/report cards for parent/teacher meetings, and they would provide us with progress on how our son was doing in these areas (and a few others that I forget).
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comment What should I be teaching my two year old?
@Beofett-- the Montessori schools in my area start at 24 months. In fact, that's one of their selling points, that and that they'll take kids who aren't potty trained.
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comment How do you teach your children about regional colloquialisms?
You moved to Pittsburgh, didn't you? Your car needs washed?
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comment Is it reasonable/common for a daycare to show TV shows during the day?
After all, what are you paying for?
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comment What are the risks of posting baby pictures online?
-1: This post does not really answer the question, but just ignores the risks in favor of a "Let's see what happens!" approach. There are risks, and it should be up to each individual to determine whether or not they care about those risks.
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answered teenage child with severe daily temper tantrums and whining
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comment Are cloth diapers really more environmentally minded than disposables?
@Beofett-- how are these not identical questions?
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comment What is “Tummy Time”
"Tummy" being an English-ism (American-ism?) for "Stomach"