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Comment on: Middle Schooler Doesn't Want to Go to School? Take this very seriously - Child Caring - Boston.com
Posted 10/23/2014 04:30:47 EDT
This could have been written about me when I started middle school. (Not sure about the weight loss part, though. That warrants a pediatrician visit.) I couldn't eat breakfast, could barely eat any lu more »
Comment on: When Does Family-Friendliness Go Too Far? - Parent Buzz - Boston.com
Posted 07/09/2014 03:41:28 EDT
Yeah... worthwhile overall point, but changing and feeding are two different things, and you're sort of lumping in the issues with breastfeeding and changing with the issues about bringing a kid or no more »
Comment on: 24 things I wish I knew as an expectant father - Tubalub - Boston.com
Posted 03/05/2014 12:53:05 EST
Pleasant list, but I have to mention that crib tents are now generally considered to be a strangulation hazard. Houdinis can get tangled in them as they try to escape.
Comment on: The hard task of hope - MD Mama - Boston.com
Posted 10/18/2013 09:57:59 EDT
Well done. Your comments about the loop reminded me of a Dar Williams song, "After All". I'm not sure if you find solace in music, but I often do, and here is a small snippet for you: "And it felt l more »
Comment on: Breastfeeding baby doll: What do you think? - Parent Buzz - Boston.com
Posted 11/09/2012 03:53:44 EST
yeah, this is not new. Or interesting.
Comment on: 'Don’
Posted 01/21/2011 09:52:33 EST
I don't disagree with the author, but perhaps the next door neighbors would have shoveled and/or learned the law if you had told them what it was, instead of doing the passive aggressive thing and off more »
Comment on: The enemy is not cheap goods - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/06/2010 09:09:54 EDT
I'm not sure why these cheap goods are such a "godsend". As far as I can tell, most of us have too many objects and the production and ultimate disposal of these objects is an environmental crisis. I' more »
Comment on: 'Why are so many moms smitten with today’
Posted 05/13/2010 11:50:59 EDT
There's nothing wrong with a mom thinking that a young-ish star is attractive... that's kind of normal. But it's not normal to have a blanket with the guy's face on it and swoon with your daughter and more »
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