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Feb
20
comment How to handle my baby boy urinating in bath?
It might be cold at first before the water warms up - if it's a concern because of a young infant, you can always start the water first to warm it up...
Feb
20
answered How to handle my baby boy urinating in bath?
Feb
20
comment When do baby teeth start falling out?
Sounds right to me; there's definitely a lot of variation - mine didn't start until 7, and I still had one left at 22.
Feb
17
reviewed No Action Needed How to deal with my son who always wants to have lights on when we go to bed?
Feb
17
reviewed Reviewed How do you respond to a toddler who endlessly says “why?”?
Jan
21
revised Can a son share a bed with his girlfriend, at 27?
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Jan
20
suggested approved edit on Can a son share a bed with his girlfriend, at 27?
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed Where does a child's intellectual curiosity come from?
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed Hyperemesis in second pregnancy if not in first?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed How do I figure out which infant formula is the healthiest?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed How to get toddler to eat eggs?
Jan
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comment saving uneaten dinner for breakfast?
It ends up being more of the second one - he'll decide playing is more important than eating whatever is for dinner, and he'd rather have dessert/snack later, or wait until breakfast (he usually has cereal) for something different. Part of our reasoning with putting the same food in front of him is to get better balance (not just breakfast cereal and PBJ sandwiches), and he can't just "skip" a meal to get something different later...
Dec
31
accepted saving uneaten dinner for breakfast?
Dec
31
comment saving uneaten dinner for breakfast?
It's more that he decides he just doesn't want to eat and would rather go play, or that dessert is preferable (even if there is none). His not eating isn't tied to food he doesn't like - he'll do it with his favourite dinners too, which is usually when we get him to have it for breakfast.
Dec
31
comment saving uneaten dinner for breakfast?
I was following the answer until it started talking about poop and going regularly... the first paragraph - especially the "don't threaten to do it; just do it" - is good. The 'new food' bits also seem a bit out of place to me (as I mentioned during the question we specifically don't use this for new food).
Dec
29
reviewed Reviewed Any advice on how to react to my 4 year old who gets hysterical instead of solving her “problem”?
Dec
29
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Dec
28
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Dec
28
reviewed Close Disciplining a special needs child
Dec
28
asked saving uneaten dinner for breakfast?