I'm wanting to have a garage sale this saturday when the city i live in is having the citywide gargage sale so I can sale ALL the baby stuff... yes I know.. is sad, but at this point we are not thinking on having any more kids (we have 2)... so my question to you is, how much can I sell my playpans that look almost new ( i paid like 80 to 100 each)... baby swing almost new (paid 80dlls)...bumbo chair cost 40 dlls... I know garage sale is supposed to be really cheap, but at the same time i'm looking to make a little money, any suggestions?
Going through the same exact problem. My daugher turned 3 in September and she has been extremly difficul at times. I'm trying to be consistent, I'm trying to be patient but I find myself getting irritated at her more than what I would like to I have found out that letting her help me to do things and keeping her busy helps, when she is not busy she is just thinking of things to do that get her in trouble. Good luck to all of us!!!View Thread
Hi All, new to this forum as my little girl is turning 3 next week. I would like to know if any of you has been through simmilar situation or has an opinion on this. My DD started daycare/preeschool 3 weeks ago after spending a whole year being taken care by grandma(living with us). grandma left two weeks ago to go live in another country. DD has been happy going to daycare, she is not confident to stay there in the mornings and is sad when I leave, but in the afternoon when I go to pick her up she is not happy to see me, she doesnt kiss me and she is sad that I have picked her up. Last night DH and I went to picked hre up together and it was the same thing, later that night she told DH that she didnt loved him and to not go to pick her up from school again, she told him this as she was sitting on his lap just having a friendly conversation. We dont know if she just doesnt know what she says yet and we dont know if getting sad when I pick her up is just because she wants to keep playing or if there is something else. I'm a little worried. Any advise?View Thread
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