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  • Posted 06/14/2013 01:13:21 EDT

    In what way was this cute?!?!?!?! This was horrifying and abusive. Had my child tried this with a cat(or any animal!) I would have stopped it in an instant! Not filmed it!!

  • Posted 01/26/2013 09:07:33 EST

    Hmmmm. A bat is flying around, *trying* to use echolocation to find it's way. So you blast loud music?!?!? How dumb(an cruel) can you be?

  • Posted 09/10/2012 06:38:16 EDT

    AP took the photo, but the Globe captioned it. For shame, Globe!

  • Posted 05/08/2012 12:20:25 EDT

    A little late, but I just want to add: some of us are "late bloomers". I enjoyed "GC" with my husband in my thirties, but when I hit 40? Dear Great Grilled Cheese in the sky!!!! I became a walking hor more »

  • Posted 08/26/2010 08:59:57 EDT

    I have been taking generic Zantac 150("Walzan" by Walgreens) twice a day for years for on-going reflux issues and it really helps with pregnancy reflux, too. My doctor never told me to stop taking it more »

  • Posted 07/13/2010 04:30:43 EDT

    I question the 4lbs diagnosis. Is your daughter about to have a growth spurt? Remember that her doctor is seeing only a brief snap-shot in a whole year. I was told my daughter was borderline overweigh more »

  • Posted 06/26/2010 02:26:12 EDT

    Is it that he can't, or won't? My 4yo DD still has me hold her cup or feed her peas at times. It has to do with comfort and that they are learning that the world can be a big, scary place. And he's pr more »

  • Forum Post: Teeth

    Posted 05/28/2010 11:19:04 EDT

    Remember that an average is just that; an average. As long as they're showing up, and *in* his/her mouth(lol) I wouldn't worry. Just be careful, they'll use em! And if s/he's showing any grumpiness or more »

  • Forum Post: Window Safety

    Posted 05/28/2010 11:12:56 EDT

    We use one called "Angel Guard", I think. You can get them from One Step Ahead, and they're approved by the fire dept for safety. They work really well for us and they are *very* secure. more »

  • Posted 05/28/2010 11:08:19 EDT

    We put a sticker on the calendar every day our DD had dry panties or diaper/Pull Ups for the whole day. At the end of a week full of stickers, she got a small reward, and after a month, a big reward(I more »

  • Forum Post: Bug Repellent

    Posted 05/28/2010 10:43:43 EDT

    We use a Mosquito Magnet, DEET around the ankles for ticks(you can just spray socks), and the best(so far)for black flies(not much mosquitoes yet): Sun Feather "Little Buggers"! We spray this onto a b more »

  • Posted 03/23/2010 03:44:35 EDT

    To heck with the foot-prints from cat-litter(no insult intended) but I tried that ONCE, slipped, narrowly missed breaking my back(by about a 1/2 inch) and spent the next 4 months in physical therapy w more »

  • Forum Post: Thermometer?

    Posted 02/03/2010 12:18:24 EST

    I used to use an ear thermometer, but it can be difficult with a toddler(my DD is 4) to get it in properly and if they have *any* wax or an ear infection, forget it! I just purchased a forehead one on more »

  • Forum Post: Newborns & Cats

    Posted 01/29/2010 04:32:00 EST

    You can get a "Crib Tent" at almost any baby store, and it will keep cats out of the crib. Two of my cats used to walk over it all the time, and at eight and 13 pounds, it's a sturdy cover. Cats don't more »

  • Comment on: 'Shepherd’

    Posted 01/04/2010 10:34:07 EST

    Thank you both! That irritates me to no end. I will say, at least she didn't tell anyone to add corn. more »

  • Posted 12/16/2009 12:19:56 EST

    My 3.5 YO DD is in a Montessori and she LOVES it! She's sad that she only goes part-time and hops out of bed every morning excited to go. I just wish ours went higher than kindergarten. *sigh* more »

  • Forum Post: Nursing help

    Posted 12/16/2009 11:55:53 EST

    This is going to sound really strange, but: try lining your bra with a cabbage leaf. I had a friend who did this and swore by it. The chill of the leaf helps keep down swelling and feels good, so she more »

  • Posted 12/16/2009 11:51:32 EST

    I used a Britax system for my DD and I LOVED the inflatable head support. The carriage however, sucked. I ended up giving it away because I couldn't justify charging someone else for something I could more »

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