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Age specific questions from about 1 year to about 3 years. Younger: infant. Older: pre-schooler.

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First, consider the methods. To teach that a specific god exists, you would typically raise your child as a member of a particular church. To teach that 'god' doesn't exist, I see two primary opti …
answered Mar 5 '13 by DA01
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"Collaborative play" is where children begin to play with other children directly. Before they move into that stage, they may play amongst other children, but tend to still be solo playing (called "pa …
answered Aug 9 '12 by DA01
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Just adding to the chorus...clothes, for the most part, suck! Our 10 year old still will often come in the house after school and the first thing he does is strip to his underwear. Now that I work …
answered Dec 16 '11 by DA01
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Can you share experiences with benefits/drawbacks of either of these options? In our last house, kids shared a room, had a separate playroom. New house, kids have separate bedrooms, no playroom. …
answered Nov 7 '12 by DA01
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"Would fixing them differently be worth trying?" Given the immense number of ways one can prepare eggs, I'd say 'yes'. Each of my kids like eggs in different ways. One loves them hard-boiled or ' …
answered Jul 1 '12 by DA01
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There's no formula nor easy answer to this. You do what you think is right as the parent at that time based on your child's point in development. Our oldest child really needed the mental simulation …
answered Jan 10 '12 by DA01
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I think it really depends on the kid, but one thing that has worked with our youngest is to have them give up a toy. If they are in an uncontrollable state, we let him know that if he doesn't calm dow …
answered Jun 10 '11 by DA01
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You are asking how to prevent your kids from picking up your language without actually curbing your language. Short of forcing the kid to wear ear plugs, there isn't a solution for that. So, assume h …
answered Sep 21 '11 by DA01
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Not sure they'd have you do a whole lot at the toddler age, though. Remember, ADD isn't necessarily a bad thing. It's just a different way of the brain working. …
answered Mar 20 '12 by DA01
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I thought I'd expand my comment into an answer: Whether or not media is considered educational is a bit of a red herring. If a kid is going to watch TV or play a game, yes, it might as well be educat …
answered Apr 12 '12 by DA01