Last year, when I had my baby, my husband's work gave us a gift of a car seat cover/sack by a company called Gagou Tagou. It's a more lightweight version of the Jolly Jumper Cuddle Bag. We washed it after it was no longer needed.
But now it is needed, and...I can find how to install the bottom section to the car seat but I can't find how to attach the top to the bottom. It's zippable but the left side has four connectors (two on the bottom section, two on the top section) and none on the right side.
I know it's a long shot that maybe anyone would know how this works but I'm beyond frustrated. Does anyone know how to work this thing?
I was asked to interview a K teacher (2-3 questions, very specific to special needs and stuff like that, I can put them into the post) via any type of communication, be it e-mail, phone/Skype, private messaging - my instructor doesn't care.
Anyone willing to spend a few minutes answering?
My husband and I are at a loss. There have been no major changes in our life, nothing to indicate stress that would cause him to start sucking on it. We don't know why he's doing it (when we ask him, he says nothing) or how to get him to stop.
My son (6) does not wish to be left alone. Hes afraid of monsters.
I wish i could be patient enough for it not to drive me mental. Its so advanced that if i turn around to turn out a light he will turn too.
So when hes being irritating about brushing his teeth, or some other micro battle what can i do given i cant step out the room?
My 4 year old LOVES Snoopy from Peanuts. And she's expressed a desire to see the new Peanuts movie. There's a theatre nearby that will do one showing of the movie with reduced volume and the lights on dimly. But it's being shown on Wednesday, so I'd have to keep her home from kindergarten that day.
I know it's just one day and it would be to do something special, but part of me says wait and take her to a regular showing over a weekend or on the day off that's coming up at the end of the month.
What say you, oh P101? What are your thoughts?
(I realise this isn't the most serious question, but I need help deciding, as my husband has said it's up to me.)
My daughter turns 2 in November and has basically potty trained herself. She loves her potty, she doesn't mind using public toilets (I have to hold her on the seat), she even used a bush the other day when we were on a hike. She rarely has accidents and since she started wearing underwear about a month ago she had never pooped her pants.
Except when my husband, her dad, is around. Not even just when they are alone, either. Yesterday I was on the computer, my husband was on his phone and my daughter was playing. She asked to sit on the potty (she can't take her pants off herself yet) so my husband helped her. She asked for him to sit with her, so he did. She didn't do anything, just got up a couple of seconds later. Two minutes later, she pooped in her pants.
Like I said, I am not stressed about it at all. I know she's ridiculously young but I just find it really weird that she spends days with me with zero accidents and then spends an hour with Dad and has several. She uses the potty with him around as well, but then randomly doesn't.
Anyways, anyone have similar stories? Anything I should be doing or do I just keep letting it go?
This isn't the first time I've seen men do this. In the last year a man stopped and recorded a video of myself and my child whilst we were looking at a cat in the street. He was hiding about ten feet beside and slightly behind me but holding out his camera phone so he could get the video and hurried off when I saw him. He particularly worried me as I had used my child's name several times whilst he was there. There was also a man very blatantly taking photos of us at the park. Both times I just gave the men a stare and took my child away.
On the one hand, I feel like I should contact the police or confront the men but on the other, I don't want to put my child in any danger. I also don't want to look foolish in case I'm being paranoid. Three times in a year, all within quite a small area of town, makes me wonder if I'm being overly sensitive to possible dangers.
How do other parents deal with this?
- Current Mood: worried
Hi p101. I'm hoping you all can maybe help advise me in how to interpret this note I got from my 4 year old's junior kindergarten teacher today.
It said that my daughter has been "touching" kids in her class and, when talked to about it, she apologizes but then she starts doing it again. The letter asks me to talk to my kiddo about it.
It doesn't specify how she's touching these kids, which I find unhelpful. Is she hitting? Pushing? Or does the school have a policy of never touching anyone for any reason??
I'm just trying to div out my feelings on this and how to talk to my kid about it. Does anyone have any feedback on how to handle this?
My kid *wants* to not get in trouble, wants to not mess up at this, but he has struggled with it for quite a while now. Now that we're in public school, it's a bigger deal. Yet, no teachers or doctors or anyone we've talked to has given us one bit of help or direction on how to help him. Surely there are good resources for such a common problem in this age group?
I would love to hear anything that worked for others or any resources that are worth looking into.
Baby girl got her first infection at 20 months after starting pre pre pre school! Woo, I want to bronze the antibiotics. Haha. Kiiiidding...ear infection with 103 fever for about five days.
Any way, been almost a week with no fever but still finishing up the antibiotics. Her whole body is covered in a rash! :( Gross. It's itchy but perfectly normal reaction (per pediatrician) to antibiotics and she was cleared to go back to school.
What is the best way to sooth this annoyance? She's still a solid 12 hour a night sleeper with no struggle to go to bed bit she's been waking up in the middle of the night and having issues going back down. Oatmeal bath is good but can't do that at 1am
Any suggestions, help, advice is great!! Tia( Rash picCollapse )
My 4 year old starts junior kindergarten on September 8. That means I have to start packing lunches for her, something I've never had to do before.
I need lunch ideas! I don't want to always give her a sandwich or at least not the same sandwich. She loves fruits and veggies so I have plenty of things to go along with the main part of her meal. But I'd like ways to incorporate meat into her main part of the meal.
Can anyone offer some ideas on packed lunches?
Before I call my relatives and ask them to install one of these security latches (can't seem to bring myself to do it) I wanted to check with you all to see if you had any other solutions for me.
I know he's a toddler, I know it's a phase. But how do you handle this one? I have a tendency to tell him I'm going to give him one of those things (A or B, usually what he's said last) and then we're going to stick with it. It does not go over well.
my husband explained to the director that our daughter is feeling crabby, sleepless night, slightly elevated temperature, and all that. the director asked if she could be teething.
she had her 3-year checkup. all 20 teeth are out. I have no idea when the next ones should come.
question is, is it even possible? the symptoms fit teething like a glove, but at 3?..
did any of you have that? I'm dumbstruck.
Parents are welcome to join the splash?
Parents are welcome to stay and splash?
Hope to see your entire family?
For example, this morning we went to Home Depot and he told me he wanted to wear his apron. Put it on. He starting screaming bloody murder that he wanted it off. Took it off. Started screaming bloody murder he wanted it on. (At which point I refused to put it back on.) We ended up having to leave because he had a huge meltdown. He does this with EVERYTHING. He wants shoes, no he doesn't, he wants sandals, no he wants his shoes.
After about a week my husband and I identified that he has been doing this with EVERYTHING, so we put a stop to it. (or tried too). He asks for sneakers. He put his sneakers on. He pitches a fit that he wants sandals. Too bad. Your sneakers are on your feet and they are staying.
We thought that by putting our foot down it would solve our issues. It hasn't. If anything things have gotten worse.
I'm absolutely at the end of my rope. His behavior HAS to change. I just have no idea what we're supposed to do. Like I said, my husband has the patience of a saint and even he refuses to take our son anywhere at this point.
When did you switch from a crib to a toddler bed?
Advice? Tips? Should have waited? Should have done earlier? Thanks!!
Today, we went to the zoo and ran into another face painting booth. To paint one eye cost us $10. Which is fine if it's done once in a blue moon... but now, my daughter demands the face painting all the time. (Can't blame her: she looks really darn cute with it.)
My question is, does anyone know a good tutorial on face painting and maybe a good brand of paints that can be used on kids' faces? One thing to consider is, I cannot draw a friggin' daisy for my life, and I hate drawing to begin with (ah, the things we do in the name of motherhood).
I promise to not turn this into a profitable business to rip parents off. This is strictly for home use.