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  • Forum Post: late talkers...?

    Posted 01/25/2012 01:59:17 EST

    Stefani - you and I have never seen eye to eye but I really wanted to respond here as I've got a lot of experience with EI and speech therapy with DS who is now going to be 3 in April.  I have had a W more »

  • Forum Post: Holiday bonus for daycare provider?

    Posted 11/29/2011 11:24:06 EST

    Cash is king but I also can't afford the $100 bonus.  I have two kids in home daycare, we are her biggest clients and she's already getting $500 week from us and its sooo hard to eek out another $100 more »

  • Forum Post: No trick-or-treat tonight?

    Posted 11/02/2011 02:16:27 EDT

    Acton is all the way back to Sunday.  Weird.  6-8 PM more »

  • Forum Post: developmental delays/EI options

    Posted 10/26/2011 03:16:45 EDT

    Just wanted to correct the insurance comments.  Your insurance company is not necessarily mandated to cover EI.  EI will bill your insurance company and pray that they get some sort of reimbursement.  more »

  • Forum Post: What will you tell your kids about Santa?

    Posted 10/25/2011 01:47:53 EDT

    I've got a 2.5 year old and a newborn and we are not a religious family.  I love Christmas and all the gooey warm feelings the holiday invoke.  My family will celebrate Christmas and Santa in a non-re more »

  • Forum Post: Way OT - DH advice

    Posted 07/27/2011 09:44:39 EDT

    The only thing that makes me just 99% perfect is I sometimes have trouble untying my appron at the end of the day.  And I'm not so good at mowing the lawn in heels, they keep sinking into my kentucky more »

  • Forum Post: Towns

    Posted 07/26/2011 10:07:33 EDT

    Bedford is part of the Dual County League school system for sports and is generally considered excellent.  Its close neighbors and peers are Concord-Carlisle, A-B, Lincoln-Sudbury, etc.  Those schools more »

  • Forum Post: Toddler receipes for bean dishes?

    Posted 07/26/2011 10:02:13 EDT

    Since about 1, my son ADORED the black bean, brown rice, tomato recipe on Weelicious.com which also has tons of other beans.  It was basically rinsed black beans, brown rice and diced tomatoes with EV more »

  • Forum Post: which breast pump to buy?

    Posted 07/13/2011 03:50:28 EDT

    I think someone mentioned borrowing home grade pumps ... even though the tubing is separate, it is not hospital grade mechanics so milk will contaminate the pump.  At least that's what all the lactati more »

  • Forum Post: flying with infants - questions!

    Posted 07/13/2011 03:43:47 EDT

    I would use a bag.  Stuff gets wet when left on the runway in any sort of bad (or humid) weather and I've heard stories of miserable babies in wet car seats.  If its just a snap n go, you can probably more »

  • Forum Post: Picnic Foods for Toddlers

    Posted 07/06/2011 08:05:27 EDT

    Cucumbers, spicy black bean salad. more »

  • Forum Post: Toilet Training: Any advice, humorous stories welcome!

    Posted 06/29/2011 03:20:08 EDT

    Whatever you do, don't force it and never be negative! more »

  • Forum Post: Planning BBQ- Any Tips?

    Posted 06/28/2011 02:01:14 EDT

  • Forum Post: Is Breastfeeding 2 years and up normal??

    Posted 06/23/2011 10:09:36 EDT

    GC - LIKE.  I was confused about the hot dogs and juice thing too.  Is it too de-classay to offer both the wonderful vintage of breast milk along with the nastiness factor of the despicable hot dog an more »

  • Forum Post: Is Breastfeeding 2 years and up normal??

    Posted 06/23/2011 09:53:06 EDT

    Yes, Game of Thrones was great on HBO (series just ended but you can watch online). And this is more of a manners thing than anything else. And to those moms who haven't started breastfeeding yet and more »

  • Forum Post: Is Breastfeeding 2 years and up normal??

    Posted 06/22/2011 02:15:30 EDT

    Did anyone see Game of Thrones?  When that eight year old kid demanded that his mom whip it out so he could eat.  Awesome! Personally, that two year old should be taught to ask first.  My two year old more »

  • Forum Post: Beach fun - Questions!

    Posted 06/01/2011 02:13:38 EDT

    http://www.amazon.com/Family-Cabana-Tent-Shelter-Beach/dp/B001MKX9V4/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1306951794&sr=8-11 This is the sun tent we got for a trip to Nantucket and have used it every time we've go more »

  • Forum Post: baby #2 and braxton-hicks contractions questions

    Posted 05/23/2011 10:50:56 EDT

    Hmm, as for #3 - we're in the same situation but DS is a bit older.  We'll have my mom bring him over when she comes (right after baby is born depending on time of day) and then hubby can go home with more »

  • Forum Post: Pediatrician in Acton?

    Posted 05/17/2011 10:00:29 EDT

    I live in Acton (hence the screen name) but I will second Concord-Hillside as well.  I used to see Dr. Saef back in the day and now my mine go to Dr. Jenkins. more »

  • Forum Post: Why do Parents let their children make their own decisions when it comes to Important things?

    Posted 05/17/2011 09:59:04 EDT

    Go Kar (always hitting the nail on the head!) Anyway, the family I mentioned on "Radical Parenting" had stemed their philosophy from not wanting to influence their kids unduly and let them express the more »

  • Forum Post: Circumcision?

    Posted 05/16/2011 04:04:17 EDT

    Really, I did give my opinion on why I don't agree.  And who starts a thread about circumcision and expects that it won't be a lively discusion.  I refer to the procedure by what I believe it to be. more »

  • Forum Post: Circumcision?

    Posted 05/16/2011 12:57:03 EDT

    I couldn't care less about what makes the essence of a religion.  And I don't think Judaism or any other religion deserves any sort of differentiation, in my opinion.  Not to digress - but what makes more »

  • Forum Post: Circumcision?

    Posted 05/16/2011 10:10:27 EDT

    Bogus!  There are many other religious/beliefs that call for other forms of mutilation that are all banned in this country.  Why is circumcision any different? And what if someone started a new religi more »

  • Forum Post: Why do Parents let their children make their own decisions when it comes to Important things?

    Posted 05/16/2011 09:57:08 EDT

    Did anyone see the special on Discover Health Channel called "Radical Parenting."  It was on maybe a year ago and I'm actually facebook friends with one of the families the show profiled so I was inte more »

  • Forum Post: Circumcision?

    Posted 05/16/2011 09:17:04 EDT

    Like Kiwigal - my husband is from a country where they don't circ and he never once heard of anyone having to get done later in life.  And if you get an infection anywhere on your body and choose to i more »

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