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A typical "potty seat"
A typical "potty seat"
Having gone to a lot of effort with my son to figure out what to do and don't do with regards to using a toilet rather than a diaper - which is
most often euphemistically referred to in the English-speaking developed world as "potty training" - I figured I could pass along what has worked (and maybe some of what hasn't).

First of all, as with any parenting, it is important for you to know and associate with other parents who are your peers in your area, however you get to know them. Whether you get to know other parents through your church, a support group, classes or whatever, it is always...
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posted by KateSmiley
In one day a life can change
and only you can decide if it is for the better
and although sometimes it might seem strange
you relize its up to you to make it better

When you hold that little bundle of joy
you must Forget that rotten boy
that left You when You needed him most
to suck the Heart out of his next host

SO take this wonderful gift you recieved
and teach her not to be decieved
for you love her no matter what
so Shut Shut Shut
the door to her heart must go until your ready
to let her go

THis time may be hard for family and friends
but the wounds in your heart will surely mend
and while...
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posted by CrimsonDeath14
First off i want to say this,im not a parent i am on here posting this because i love my dad dearly and regret making him sad.And i was looking for a page to post a poem he wrote for me on and i think this is a good page.I wanted you to see that no matter what your children say or do they still love you and do feel bad for what they did wrong even if they dont say they do,im going to post this poem and after in a couple of days im gonna post a poem i wrote for my dad on his birthday october24,so with that out of the way heres the poem my dad wrote:
My little girl,
Today i dropped you off at school...
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posted by Temptasia
We all know kids do funny things here are the top ten I have heard. Just to preface this a little my son is 9 months old and my daughter is two.

1. One of the funniest things I have seen was when my son was less than a month old. I was at Walmart with my grandma, her husband, my daughter, and my son and my grandma was buying a crib and some accessories for my son's room. While we were loading everything into the cart my grandma looked at my sleeping son and said, "Now you aren't getting anything else for Christmas." And without missing a beat my son opened his eyes and let out this hysterical...
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