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answered Do I move my son to a new school?
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reviewed No Action Needed Getting child to focus
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reviewed Reviewed How should a parent advise a relatively young son who chooses to retire early and be a loafer after he has achieved financial independence?
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reviewed Reviewed Does feeding breast milk from a bottle convey the same health benefits as nursing?
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answered How late in the day can my 2 year old nap?
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reviewed No Action Needed Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
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comment Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
I'm with you on that Steve. That's kind of my point.
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comment Is it safe for a 2.5 year old toddler to be allowed to plug in the light cord into the wall plug
quick question - why do you unplug it at all? If there is a switch, I'd suggest leaving it in permanently.
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reviewed Leave Closed Is my wife an over-protective parent and how does this influence my child?
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reviewed Reopen When would I need to seek further help about my child's umbilical stump?
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reviewed Close New born Baby cries a lot
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reviewed Reject Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
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comment Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
No - you have misunderstood the article. This one met size regs and was not a fixed blade, but a locking blade.
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answered What to do if baby is still sucking when the bottle is finished?
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comment Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
@Leopoldo - there are pages of them on a quick google search I did. An example: express.co.uk/news/uk/171104/…
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comment Appropriate age for a Swiss Army Knife (male, age 11, UK based)
In the UK, however, over and above that specific legislation, there is a country-wide initiative to remove knives from the street has seen people get police records for carrying 'legal' knives on the street. "Intent" is an important issue here.