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Apr
10
answered Why do parents refer to themselves in the third person?
Apr
10
comment At what age do kids start using eating utensils successfully?
My toddler has been able to eat liquids (milk, water...she enjoys using the spoon) since at least 13 months of age. Sticky stuff like yogurt was a tad earlier. I believer every baby develops differently in this category.
Apr
9
answered Light Day-Hiking with Newborn— baby carrier or offroad stroller?
Apr
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Apr
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Apr
4
comment How to keep a baby cool in summer?
A table fan. Don't point it directly at the baby, but close enough so that the air around her is circulated. Also, keep the baby hydrated with frequent feedings.
Apr
3
comment Stopping a toddler playing with his belly button
If you can find a soft toy that has a belly button, that he can sleep with...it might help. When the toddler is playing with his belly button, distract him by asking him to play with the toy's belly button.
Apr
2
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Apr
2
revised Will a 12-18 month old understand a baby is on the way?
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revised Will a 12-18 month old understand a baby is on the way?
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revised Will a 12-18 month old understand a baby is on the way?
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answered Will a 12-18 month old understand a baby is on the way?
Mar
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Fostering a relationship with a relative your child doesn't like
Mar
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the best way to teach my toddler to ride a tricycle?
Mar
29
comment breaking my rejection of christianity to my parents
Sure, it is their own issue. However, the OP specifically wanted advice that would avoid "divide" between him and his parents, so keeping the relationship intact is important to him. The OP can go ahead and tell his parents, and then leave it to them to deal with their own issues - but that may come at the cost of a divide. I tried to provide advice that would hopefully avoid this divide but at the same time let the OP live a sane life without parents constantly bugging him. It can be very uncomfortable if all your parents want to talk about is the lack of his belief each time he calls/visits.
Mar
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Mar
29
comment breaking my rejection of christianity to my parents
I don't understand how that's bad parenting. Of course a religious parent finds out that their child no longer believes in God - it is going to hurt. It is going to be disturbing. It can be difficult to deal with. If the parents have never questioned their faith themselves, it'll be difficult to cope with something like that. On the other hand, if they have been through the same thing - it can be a rewarding conversation. However, based on how his parents have been pushing him on his religion, it is unlikely.
Mar
29
answered breaking my rejection of christianity to my parents
Mar
29
comment How to promote individual play for a toddler?
How old is your son? Are neither of the parents able to give toddler the attention? If parents can alternate between the kids, it would help the son...as someone is giving him attention.
Mar
28
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