dear all, my 7 yr old son has been throwing up at school. i don't get whats going on he doesn't do it at home. i have tired to have him pack his lunch thinking maybe he doesn't like the school lunches, but no he is still doing it. i'm running out of idea and it is frustrating. please helpView Thread
have a 7 s.t.b 8 y.o daughter and she struggles with ADD and she is my only child and im seeking help with trying to help her stay focus. she very smart and intellegent but she struggles with her learning. she also has a behavior problem often and she wants to give up. i appraises her for trying her best, reward her for self control, and coach her thru all her down falls....PLEEEEEASE sum1 give me the million dollar adviceView Thread
My 9 year old granddaughter had this same thing. She goes to the doctor once a week to have medication applied to it, which is a little uncomfortable at first. In two months it was gone. Go find a doctor who knows about this problems and treats it instead of wishing it away. Good Luck.View Thread
I have a friends who's brother has a chemical imbalance and it causes him to hear things. He has gotten very agitated and violent. He was not properly meditated when this happened. Hope everything works out. PS kudos for having such a wonderful bond and trust for your child to come to you with this!View Thread
My 6 year old son has started pooping his pants again. his dad and I seperated 2 years ago and he went and stayed with his dad for 3 months and while at his dads I relocated to a new city. while he was at his dads he started pooping his pants again. And now I have him back and I can not get him to stop pooping his pant. I am lost and dont know what to do to get him to poop in the bathroom again.View Thread
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Rushing my kids comes to no good end. They get slower. Things get forgotten. The more we rush-the later and more stressed the morning becomes for the whole family.
One tip that has worked for me is to ask my slow poke son whether he wants to shower the night before or in the morning before his sister. He chooses before his sister because he knows it irritates her to wait. She is an early riser.
Why does this help my morning? He knows he loses the morning shower "privilege" if he is pokey about getting up and in the shower. Once he showers, he is moving. He gets dressed right away and then gets his breakfast.
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Winter is a great time to explore nature. Animal tracks are easily visible in the snow. Birds' nests are easily visible in the bare trees.
I like to take my kids on a trail that runs along a nearby river. We follow rabbit tracks to their dens. We look for all sizes of birds nests- including eagles that nest near there! We can find raccoon tracks, etc. We look for hibernating animal dens. It's a great activity for these long winter months!View Thread
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