My daughter is 6 years old and im 26 (dad), we get along great, we have our own niknames, our own games, we both play outside alot, we just get along great, my question is what are some good hands on activitys we can both do? ( I cant bake anymore cookies, and ive tought her A-Z on cooking ), and also her mom has kinda been in and out of the picture and she seems like shes upset or mad with her, how can I get them playing again? Her mother had some issues and im helping her threw them but I dont think my daughter is as forgiving as I am, dont get me wrong shes a great mom when her heads in the game, and shes an amazing wife ( not married but together since our sophmore year )View Thread
Im not sure how this works but uh, my daughter is 6yrs old, and her doctor says shes add and adhd, and i cant get her to swallow a pill she only chews it, my question is if you chew it can you still see any changes after time opposed to swallowing it, if anyone has something that would be great, View Thread
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