It never ends either, apparently. My 4 yr old swalled a little tire the other day. I guess it's been close to a week. She's still pooping, eating, and drinking, so I assume it'll pass....if it hasnt.View Thread
After being harrassed by the Dutch Consultatiebureau for 4 months, I finally brought the kids in for a well check (I guess the Pedis in the US arent good enough for them) anyway DS(who will be 2 on the 3rd!) is 27.5 lbs and 35 inches and DD is 34 lbs and 40 inches. These kids are getting huge!...and mean as hell...lolView Thread
My daughter has very violent night terrors. She started right around 2. She is now 4 and still has them. If you google it, everyone sems to agree that you should only keep them safe, and dont try to wake them. With DD when she starts screaming, I pad all of her furniture with pillows, and she screams and throws herself around. I go down and get a sippy of water and come up and just wait. I've been kicked, bit, scratched, you name it. You cant discipline them , though, because they arent awake. Just keep her safe, let it play out, then make her comfortable. My daughter always comes to, asks for water, then goes back to sleep. The cause of hers is being overtired. If she doesnt have a nap, it's likely she'll have a night terror. It's very scary, but something that she just has to grow out of. She's never done it more than once a night, though.View Thread
Are you married? Does she go to daycare? Does she only do this at night? Have you tried asking her what happened? Have you asked her who the man is? Can you please give us a little more detail?View Thread
I dunno, I think they were pretty harsh....or at least what they are reporting over here. I'm really sure "my kids wants milk now" is really what that kid said. That's a little ridiculous. Katie Perry is known for the outfits she wears. They couldve told her ahead of time to "dress down". I just think this is blown out of proportion.View Thread
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