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Jun
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comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
That's a good idea about placing it lower. I use a portable induction cooktop that could easily be moved down.
Jun
16
comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
@Erik, she's mostly just naturally cautious. She feels the heat and backs away.
Jun
16
comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
@Joe, she definitely likes helping with cookies and such, she's just shown no desire to do the putting in the oven part. With eggs, the stove part is unavoidable.
Jun
16
comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
The oven too, but she hasn't shown any interest in doing that part yet.
Jun
16
comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
More like the 18 inch one.
Jun
16
comment Overcoming a fear of the stove
She uses a two-step stepstool. She's quite steady on it and uses it for many different purposes.
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asked Overcoming a fear of the stove
Jun
15
comment Teaching perseverance and planning
He had been on creative for several months. That's how he understands the mechanics so well. He actually asked to go back on survival, because he missed fighting the monsters.
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asked Teaching perseverance and planning
Jun
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answered How do I stop an early roller
Jun
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answered I have a 6yr old son with listening, focus and behavioral issues
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revised I have a 6yr old son with listening, focus and behavioral issues
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Jun
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answered Boy 7 too sensitive.
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Jun
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answered My 4-year-old refers to himself as me
Jun
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comment How to deal with young child's apparent fear of embarrassment
I like that "absurd section" idea. I'll have to remember that.
Jun
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answered How to deal with young child's apparent fear of embarrassment