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Apr
20
answered How can I get my strong-willed daughter to stop being so lazy when it comes to chores?
Apr
19
comment Ways to find (non-religious) volunteer opportunities for your children?
Have you looked at volunteermatch.org? They let you search for opportunities for kids (kids/teens/adults/groups).
Apr
18
revised Is there any problem with same-sex siblings sharing a bedroom when there is an 8 year age gap?
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Apr
18
answered Is there any problem with same-sex siblings sharing a bedroom when there is an 8 year age gap?
Apr
16
revised How do you handle a pre-schooler who tries to use excuses to justify his behavior?
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Apr
16
reviewed Approve Explaining the concept of underwear to our toddler
Apr
16
revised Is it safe to breastfeed through pregnancy?
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Apr
16
answered Is it safe to breastfeed through pregnancy?
Apr
15
comment How to handle a toddler does not want to fall asleep?
What time did you normally put him to sleep?
Apr
15
answered How to reverse a new born's sleeping schedule?
Apr
14
awarded  Altruist
Apr
13
comment Explaining the concept of underwear to our toddler
Thank you for your answer. She definitely knows that the poop belongs in the toilet (I empty her poo from diapers in there, and she flushes it. She...enjoys using the flush and says 'bye poo-poo'). I will look up cloth training pants, I hadn't heard of them before.
Apr
13
asked Explaining the concept of underwear to our toddler
Apr
13
comment How can I get renewed medical attention for my child's undiagnosed sickness?
+ Keep a diary of his symptoms!
Apr
12
answered How can I get renewed medical attention for my child's undiagnosed sickness?
Apr
12
revised How can I get renewed medical attention for my child's undiagnosed sickness?
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Apr
12
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Apr
11
comment Is giving my toddler a mobile phone to chew on bad for his health
Frankly, I was more concerned about mercury and lead in the casings :)
Apr
11
comment Is giving my toddler a mobile phone to chew on bad for his health
Kids don't consume toys either, yet we prefer their toys to be without chromium, PVC, and lead - all of which cell phone casings/plastic covers are made of. We don't consume our plates, spoons and bottles either - yet we prefer them to be free of toxic chemicals. Chemicals have a way of "leeching" without being consumed.
Apr
11
revised Is giving my toddler a mobile phone to chew on bad for his health
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