KT75's Page


This member hasn't added any personal information yet.

Leave KT75 a message to find out more.

All Recent Activity

  • Posted 08/07/2012 10:41:26 EDT

    Try and let it go for this year and then think about it again late winter.  You will make yourself crazy over it.  I honestly gave myself anxiety over making it work and affordability. If you feel lik more »

  • Posted 08/07/2012 10:03:16 EDT

    The only thing that I would caution on that wagon is the color.  If our wagon was not a plastic it would be covered in stains.  We have a similar wagon to this one.  I have not used the canopy much th more »

  • Posted 08/07/2012 09:59:20 EDT

    Quad - We are paying about 100/week for preschool.  Not sure if you have  Merry Deb near you but they have extended hours for no additional cost.  DD will be starting in the fall and going from about more »

  • Forum Post: Eczema Tips?

    Posted 06/01/2012 09:38:06 EDT

    Looking for some tips on how to treat my son's eczema, he's 14 months.  I don't want to say that he has terrible eczema but he has very bothersome eczema.  His hands wrists, feet are all constantly a more »

  • Posted 05/25/2012 09:27:51 EDT

    Lily - We went through this with DD through the 2's.  One thing that worked well for us was taking things away and then getting praise for good behavior.  For example if we went to play in a sandbox a more »

  • Posted 05/23/2012 12:58:16 EDT

    This is a front page article? Who cares? He went to Harvard and the information printed to his current life is accurate, so what's the problem? Should Harvard remove him from all records? This has to more »

  • Posted 04/24/2012 10:41:42 EDT

    ML, when I have our niece and nephews visiting I tell them the rules of our house, no jumping on couches, no hitting, etc.  I have put them in time out before, but my SIL and I have had long conversat more »

  • Posted 04/19/2012 01:55:28 EDT

    Sorry to hear about your m/c Stefani - Hope that you are hanging in there. When I had m/c it took about 4/5 weeks for AF to come back, from there the next cycle was normal (within 4ish weeks).  I have more »

  • Posted 04/09/2012 08:57:34 EDT

    DH used to let DD do this, I never liked it.  She would throw a fit when I told her no, and it was probably more difficult because we had a mixed message going.  I think that you need to try and be pa more »

  • Posted 04/06/2012 11:16:57 EDT

    DD is just about three, this is our first year putting eggs in her basket.  My mom did them for her before and stuffed them with socks, ha!  For DS (1) he is getting a sun hat, pj's, a watering can, a more »

  • Posted 04/03/2012 10:42:29 EDT

    Hi All - Great things going on with everyone! DS turned one last month and he is just the cutest little guy.  He is so pleasant and happy all the time.  He is running everywhere and is in to everythin more »

  • Posted 03/23/2012 09:17:17 EDT

    Funny my 2nd just tuned one and I am now focusing on updating my clothes to things I feel good about myself in and are more stylish. I try and buy things that I can dress up a little or I can wear and more »

  • Forum Post: Baby Budget?

    Posted 03/22/2012 08:42:04 EDT

    I'll share: Formula was about 30/week Diapers are $40/case and that usually last 3 weeks - A case of wipes last way longer. Clothes can really vary - We need clothes for our house (obviously) then day more »

  • Posted 03/22/2012 07:16:30 EDT

    Arcain - We used Similac Sensitive with both kids and it worked well.  I think you should give whatever formula you decide on a 2 week try unless he is having a really bad reaction right away.   You m more »

  • Posted 03/21/2012 11:47:40 EDT

    Arcain - What type of formula are you using when you supplement?  I would try a sensitive type and see if that helps with gas, he also may need to be burped more frequently within the feeding.  DS gru more »

  • Posted 03/16/2012 07:37:55 EDT

    My DD was 23 months when DS was born via c-section, it really wasn't bad.  DS was born on Wednesday and I did not have DD come to visit until Saturday.  I did not want her to be scared seeing all the more »

  • Posted 03/15/2012 05:40:41 EDT

    DD was tongue tied and we weren't able to get it clipped until she was about 1 month, so by that point nursing was out.  I fully agree with you, pumping is not bad when someone else is around to help more »

  • Posted 03/15/2012 11:03:08 EDT

    I exclusively pumped for daytime feedings with DD for 3 or 4 months and then it was too much.  I did not produce enough and was constantly stressed about how much I was producing.  EP'ng is a lot of w more »

  • Posted 03/09/2012 12:53:59 EST

    DD is almost three, here are some of the activities we do: LOTS of cooking, we make english muffin pizza, regular pizza, cookies, muffins, etc Glue, she loves using glue.  Sometimes I will cut shapes more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 12:05:01 EST

    We were neck deep renovating a house when DS was born and had to move when he was a month old, it was a great time.  DD was just under two when DS was born and she adjusted really well.  There were mo more »

  • Forum Post: Preschool

    Posted 02/15/2012 09:55:44 EST

    Quad, I feel your pain, we are in a similar situation.  I found a place that was flexible with the days and had extended days but nothing in the summer.  I talked to our daycare provider thinking she more »

  • Posted 02/15/2012 09:38:35 EST

    This is a tough stage.  I would try and limit what you say to "we don't throw food" and then have done like you did by moving the high chair.  If he has a fit I would do what your pedi said and ignore more »

  • Posted 01/13/2012 05:58:15 EST

    Sprout my DS is a big boy, I give him 3 or 4 6oz bottles a day and then he has a regular meal (table food).  As long as your son is growing and happy and your pedi is happy too don't worry! more »

  • Posted 12/29/2011 08:15:17 EST

    Hi Luv - Congrats! My DD was also breech and I had a c-section.  I had problems with nursing because DD was tongue tied too and I wasn't able to get it clipped until she was a month.  I had no desire more »

  • Forum Post: Wheezing

    Posted 12/15/2011 09:36:48 EST

    Follow Up: I took DS to his appointment today and I am very glad that I did.  The pedi had put him on an inhaler and that has helped, the pulmonologist thinks he has restrictive airway disease which s more »

My Latest Discussions

Go to discussion forums

Recently Commented Discussions

Recently Updated Profiles