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comment How do I handle a 10 year old girl “in love”?
@LCIII I have to disagree with that - this is not a good question. This falls squarely under the "needs work" category. Right off the top, it needs 1. background on this diary and how the knowledge came about, 2. what the desired outcome is, and 3. if (and if so, why) this is viewed as a problem.
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comment How do I handle a 10 year old girl “in love”?
@KyleStrand The easiest explanation is a poor grasp of English. But I have heard the phrase "discipline him" in conjunction with teach them discipline as opposed to punishing them from several people, although when I think about it it's always in conjunction with a boy and not a girl, and admittedly exclusive with Asian parents (a Vietnamese family and two Korean families).
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comment How do I handle a 10 year old girl “in love”?
By discipline, do you mean punish? Or do you simply want to approach this situation in a disciplined manner?
Dec
24
comment 6 yo smothers his food in sauce — how can I change this?
I'll grant that any tool can be abused. I still think my brother (who always said the same thing your father did) was just flat out wrong.
Dec
24
comment 6 yo smothers his food in sauce — how can I change this?
@psubsee2003 Ketchup and Maple Syrup? Please tell me not at the same time. I moved to Canada three years ago, and honestly THIS HAPPENS and is incredibly disgusting!
Dec
24
comment 6 yo smothers his food in sauce — how can I change this?
@user3143 That was a popular phrase where I was from too, and I've never found it to be true. Condiments enhance good flavor, not mask it.
Dec
23
comment Extended family not catering for baby's routine
How firm are you on this 30 minutes? I have seen times where a friend will evoke the "oh that's her naptime" rule as if it's set in stone, but if it's something she wants to do suddenly it's a little more flexible. If you bend the schedule for some things and not others, I can understand why they might be a little upset. (My personal take is they should just "go with it" but I at least see where they're coming from if that's the case.)
Dec
20
comment My stepdaughter wants to go to California to see her girlfriend
@CreationEdge Sorry, that just isn't accurate. You don't know people any more in person than you do online. Turns out, people lie in person too, and can do so very convincingly. And there are exactly four hundred billion things a 14-year old are not as capable of doing as an adult is. They really aren't different, and as a society we need to get over the xenophobia and excuse making by pretending that they are. But those changes don't come quickly, unfortunately.
Dec
19
comment My stepdaughter wants to go to California to see her girlfriend
@Erica these days, no they aren't. Speaking as a man who married his wife after meeting in an online game.
Dec
8
comment Healthy 10 month old baby bouncing himself while standing - will this injure his hips?
Erica, if I had a dollar for every outdated piece of advice from my mother and mother-in-law, I could take you, me and our spouses out to a nice dinner.
Dec
2
comment How can I address toddler's fear of water over her face?
I have found trusting a young child to keep their eyes closed for anything to be a futile effort.
Nov
26
comment Should we get her a doll?
As I read this answer, I think of my daughters, 2 1/2 and 4, and you could make this answer about them and their stuffed animals as much as you could about their dolls.
Nov
9
comment Making the child finish their food even if they are already full
I have to agree with Joe, there are advantages. For example, food they've scooped out themselves. As a kid, we were broke. We couldn't afford to waste food, because this was tomorrows supper too. My mother scooped out a reasonable portion we had to finish, and except when sick or something, I never didn't finish it. It was small enough we almost always dished out a second helping. That second helping had to be finished because we chose the size of the helping. Knowing we had to finish whatever we took made us consider what the appropriate size was for ourselves, a valuable lesson to learn!!
Nov
4
comment Where should boys aim their urine?
At the cheerios. Seriously, my mother did it for both my brother and I and it works.
Nov
3
comment Some games and playful ideas for a father to do with his 4 year old daughter?
@Erica I literally don't know a single child that doesn't like to play with legos.
Oct
31
comment How to decide halloween costume for babies?
Pumpkin and Snow White?! Not Cinderella?! The heresy!
Oct
17
comment Should Disney princess movies be avoided?
@Joe Have you been to a Disney store lately? They're both everywhere!!!
Oct
10
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Oct
10
accepted How can you teach a toddler about pain without actually inflicting any in return?
Oct
10
comment How can you teach a toddler about pain without actually inflicting any in return?
Well, Beofett it's been two years. And it worked very well on the child I asked about. The other child, however, well... it worked on her too for the most part, except that she now exaggerates her small owies, because that's what mom and dad do! I guess I'd rather deal with that than have teeth marks on my thigh... On the flip side, I've developed a very, very convincing "sad face".