My DD will be 10 months old on the 15th. Within the last 2 weeks she has finally gotten the hang of using a sippy cup. I have been giving her water, sometimes very diluted juice as well.
I am not sure how to start weening her from her bottle. I know she knows how to use her sippy cup, but she sees it more as fun than as a source of nourishment. The only time she will actually just lay back and eat is using her bottle. Should I just start putting her formula in her favorite sippy cup?
Aww Brit don't feel guilty at all! I know exactly how you feel!! I have been tossing around the idea of having more, and DH says if the next one is a girl, (and we'd have two girls then) he wouldn't care. He wouldn't want to try for a boy or anything. but... in my heart, i know I want at least one of each. My mother says it's a totally different parenting experience with different genders. Look down the road ten years.. if you didn't try for a girl.. would your heart still be aching? Would you have regretted the decision? There's never a 'right' time to have kids.. but really, they bring so many wonderful things to your life that it's almost guilty not to have them! They're just too cute!!View Thread
To me, the entire page is quite crowded and very distracting. All the ads, spotlights, etc just distract me from the actual post i am trying to read.
Maybe it would help if the entire page wasn't the same color? Maybe if the original post background was a different color and the replies were a different color?
I want my signature back too!
On the old format, I liked how all the discussions were on one large list. I think having the thumbnail pictures, plus a little blurb from the latest reply just takes up room! I would rather be able to see more discussions on the page and if I'm interested, go to a certain discussion and see what the replies are then.View Thread
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