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[ - ] 20something getting my first credit card. So if I pay my bills on time, APR is irrelevant? What else should I look out for in choosing a plan? I take home about $3000 per month, and spend about half of that. Would like to keep those savings secure, and possibly make them grow? Obviously not a finance major... 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:42 PM Flag
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APR is irrelevant if you pay on time, and your credit rating won't be hurt unless you pay >30 days late (though you would be socked with late fees/interest). A rewards program you can use is the other thing to look at- you can prob find a no annual fee card that gives you 2% cash back. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] WWYD? I've been a SAHM for the past 3 years and I'm ready to go back to work. I work in non-profit and my salary will be very low. One of the primary reasons I quit when dc was born is because childcare would have sucked nearly 80% of my take home pay, therefore I decided it was not worth it. Now that dc can attend pre-school, costs will be a tiny bit lower but logistics will be tough as I have an older dc and will still need to pay a babysitter to pick up both dcs from school. Most of my salary will go to childcare, yet I can't stay home forever. So confused. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:41 PM Flag
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Go back to school- something with a steady reliable salary. Nursing? I always kick myself for not going into nursing, then again I probably could never pass any of the science classes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:43 PM Flag
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^ or freelance, or something part-time you can do from home, so you don't add childcare costs. [ Reply | More ]
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It's a luxury to work a non-profit job and be a mom. That said, if you do want to work for the next few decades, breaking even now is worth holding your spot for all the years to come. [ Reply | More ]
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Not sure what you're confused about. Unless you're chomping at the bit to get back to work, I'd stay home until the youngest starts K. It doesn't sound like it'll hurt your re-entry to postpone it a few years and I'd hate to deal with all of the hassle of working for 25% of what was probably not that big of a salary to start with. Is it really worth your time/effort/inconvenience to work for what you'll be bringing home. Also consider the tax implications. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] How do you know when it is time to quit a job? What has made you quit in the past? 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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After bonus. Ahole boss. [ Reply | More ]
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:41 PM Flag
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One of my clients quit on her terrible boss. She did it at an extremely critical time during a big project and really stuck it to the boss. I was really proud of this client because she took too much garbage from her boss for too long. Boss was left scrambling and with a little egg on her face, which she deserved. Not everyone has the ability to quit on a whim, but as a spectator who cringed at the way the boss treated people, I enjoyed seeing a meanie get what was coming to her. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] I have a feeling my boyfriend is going to break up with me. Do I just wait it out? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Ask if something is wrong [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:36 PM Flag
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Play it cool and keep yourself busy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:37 PM Flag
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Will do. Get him an xmas gift to have on hand and just save receipt? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:40 PM Flag
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Break up with him first. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:39 PM Flag
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Yes. You can ask if something is wrong but don't have a serious talk, etc. In fact, you need to start backing off, physically and emotionally. If he is thinking of leaving, it may change his mind if he isn't so sure of you anymore. If it does not change his mind and he still leaves you, at least you'll have your pride intact. Now is the time to take up a new hobby, reconnect with old friends, etc. [ Reply | More ]
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Great. Two of my girlfriends who live in other countries are here for December. I will spend a lot of time with them. He just spends more time with soccer than with me, and I think if he liked me a lot he would make a little more time for me. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Are public school in NYC (UWS) pretty much the same in terms of traditional education? For example, I would love to have DCs at a school that doesn't believe in homework in elementary school. Are there any public schools like that? 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:37 PM Flag
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Just keep kids home [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:39 PM Flag
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I know you are being mean, but I actually would homeschool if I had my children had different personality types. They are extremely social and athletic (for 3yos) and would not do as well in a homeschool environment. They are at a traditional preschool now and I would like to do public but I think a private may be more my style. [ Reply | More ]
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I am being mean because people like you have turned schools into babysitting service [ Reply | More ]
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^^ Calhoun is the school you should look at as far as I know [ Reply | More ]
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as far as I know, most public schools give homework although it may vary in the amount depending on the school. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Please help!!! I am new in the city. Can anyone please explain to me how to read Standardized Test scores? What score does dd need to get into The Special Progress Program in the middle school? I truly appreciate your help! 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:33 PM Flag
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Over a 3 is good. Each school has different criteria. What school are you trying to get into? [ Reply | More ]
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I am looking into Wagner. She got 321 in ELA and 320 in Math. Is that enough? Thank you! [ Reply | More ]
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I think you're probably good for wagner sp. But of course it depends on the other kids she's up against. Do you have other schools on your list. (fyi- wagner is great) [ Reply | More ]
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We also liked School of the Future. So hard to decide... [ Reply | More ]
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You can become a Hunter mom eventually if you are on UB enough. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:38 PM Flag
[ - ] Do you have your nanny accompany you to doctor appointments? 30 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:19 PM Flag
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WTF? Like OB-GYN visit? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:18 PM Flag
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No. Pediatrician, etc. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:25 PM Flag
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If I were a WOHM, I might have her bring the child to the doctor and meet her there (but then let her go somewhere else during the appointment). [ Reply | More ]
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If the appt were at 9am, would you have her come to the apartment to help you walk to doctor with child or just meet you at the office so you can go directly to work? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:26 PM Flag
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No, I would have her meet me at the office after the appointment [ Reply | More ]
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Please tell me you are not so useless as to not be able to get your child to a doctor's office. What in the world would you do if there was a true emergency when your child with no nanny around? [ Reply | More ]
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I don't think you understood. Leaving work to meet her there is more efficient then going home and getting my child ready and commuting back and forth to home and then back to the office. If the appt is first thing in the morning, we just go direct. [ Reply | More ]
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That's a different story. It sounded like you were leaving the house with the child and needed help pushing a stroller to get to the ped office. [ Reply | More ]
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No and I think this is so [ Reply | More ]
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Dumb [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:28 PM Flag
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Op: me too. I had to be at work at 8am. I won't be alone with kid until at least 10am. I would be more useful if I were at home doing laundry. This just seems like such a waste. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:35 PM Flag
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What? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:41 PM Flag
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I mean if I were at their home doing laundry and cleaning toys or whatever. This appointment could be up to two hours and I'm in the waiting room. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:45 PM Flag
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I've had my dd's nanny meet me at the Drs. And in a pinch, I've had her take dd to the doctor. We all do the best we can. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:28 PM Flag
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I've had my babysitter come along once (when it was a sick visit and during her hours anyway) so she could help me with other DC. Both DCs were sick. It's not ideal, but it didn't bother me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:34 PM Flag
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I've only ever seen a nanny accompany someone at the doctor once. At that time, me and a few others in the waiting room were in shock. The mother appeared completely pathetic and while I know we tried not to judge, you couldn't help it in this case. I do think that it is fine to take a nanny if you have a baby under 1 month old or if you have a complicated situation where you need someone to hold a screaming child while you have an in-depth conversation with a doctor. But if you can't take your kid alone to a random doc appointment - come on. [ Reply | More ]
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^both parents here too. [ Reply | More ]
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You are such a birdbrain. That must be tough. [ Reply | More ]
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Why exactly? You didn't lay out a convincing argument in your highly intellectual reply. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:44 PM Flag
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I don't have a nanny but I can tell you from having 3 kids in NYC and spending a lot of time in the peds office that most people bring them. They push the stroller, carry the child, undress the child, then parent leaves and nanny gets them packed up to leave. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:33 PM Flag
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I don't have a nanny, but I don't see anything wrong with this. As a caregiver, she will likely be responsible for at least part of the treatment the doctor is prescribing. Nothing wrong with her hearing it straight from ped. [ Reply | More ]
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Op: I wait in the waiting room. So it just seems really pointless. [ Reply | More ]
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I did when my children were very young (I had 3 under 3), if they all had to go at once. [ Reply | More ]
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I don't understand these replies. Yes, I did.. I don't see a big deal. I had twins, and it was too hard to manage two babies alone. Someone had to hold the second baby. When my nanny did not accompany me, one of the nurses ended up staying with us the whole visit and holding the second baby and that did not seem fair. [ Reply | More ]
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Twins is not the same as one baby or child. [ Reply | More ]
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But what if you only had one kid? [ Reply | More ]
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Yes, for dc [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:39 PM Flag
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yes. not a big deal. [ Reply | More ]
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Omg. Common to see both parents with a small infant and their baby nurse at our peds office. Dh and i can't help but make fun. So stupid [ Reply | More ]
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Both parents is fine. But baby nurse is laughable. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:47 PM Flag
[ - ] My 7 year old son would like to play spring baseball. Does anyone know of a league that doesn't play on Saturday mornings and is coach run (not parent run). TIA 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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I meant Sunday mornings!! (We have church Sunday mornings. So he cannot play 8:30-11:30am on Sundays) [ Reply | More ]
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Bulldog Baseball? [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] It's good to see the line between empathy and paternalism is still as thin as ever. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Okay. i'll bite. [ Reply | More ]
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I have to change the channel. I can't watch this bullshit. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] how do you feel when a family member doesn't copy you on important emails? I am tired of feeling snubbed from my SIL. She never includes me, even when I'm the one who suggests something. She takes over and then keeps me off the email list. 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Stop emailing her. [ Reply | More ]
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ITA. that Betch. [ Reply | More ]
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Who does she include on the list? HOw annoying. [ Reply | More ]
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Everyone else. Aunts, uncles, cousins, DH, her DH, etc. Just not my name. [ Reply | More ]
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Have you told her? May be an oversight. Just email her and ask her to add you to group so that DH doesn't have to keep forwarding them to you. [ Reply | More ]
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+1 Put her on the spot and see what she says. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:37 PM Flag
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She's passive aggressive. You can't win against that type. Just let your DH know that it's happening and it is his job to keep you in the loop. The silver lining in this is that your SIL is someone jealous of you and can only one-up you by ignoring you. Either that or you are so awful that she doesn't want anything to do with you, but I really don't think it is that. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:38 PM Flag
[ - ] Posted last night but too far past bedtime: If you're a married man, and your best (male) friend from childhood's wife writes to tell you they're divorcing, ostensibly to let you know your friend needs support he won't reach out for himself, what is the most normal and proper next move? I would think it would be to call best friend and be a shoulder. Not "be there" for the wife and imagine yourself some sort of marriage counselor, right? Pissed at my dh right now on behalf of his friend, and no, I don't think the dw is after an affair. 12 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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He should be loyal to his friend. No marriage counseling by friends does not work. [ Reply | More ]
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+1 loyal to the friend, do not continue contact with the wife. [ Reply | More ]
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I think the wife realizes her stb-ex does not accept situation, and she is trying to make it clear to all the marriage is over. Tell DH if he is a friend he will be there for his friend, and suggest lunch. [ Reply | More ]
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Sounds a little like the wife is leaving the friend and she feels guilty. Not really her place to involve your DH but my guess is that her decision-making process is a little faulty already. She's a boundary crosser. Your DH really doesn't need to do anything. If the friend wanted your DH to be involved, he'd reach out. The friend might not actually WANT people to know his wife is leaving him, you know? [ Reply | More ]
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Disagree. The wife has every right to leave, she may be concerned that her DH does not accept reality. [ Reply | More ]
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I was thinking she was having an affair, mostly because if I was leaving a true asshole, I would not be concerned about his getting moral support. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:36 PM Flag
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Not necessarily. I left exdh and he did not take it well. I wasn't having an affair, and I was concerned about his well-being. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:43 PM Flag
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maybe he can tell her, "Sorry to hear this, please have X (the friend) call me if he wants to talk" and then he can be done. he doesn't need to discuss ad nauseum with wife. if she persists, have him tell her " I don't feel comfortable discussing with this you, as my loyalty will be to my friend. [ Reply | More ]
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Is the friend leaving the wife or is the wife leaving the friend? [ Reply | More ]
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Wife leaving friend. She wrote dh "just to let him know that friend might need support. " dh taking on the other role by choice. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:32 PM Flag
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As the dw of a dh with a white knight syndrome (particularly if there is an attractive woman involved) I completely understand. Just tell him it is not appropriate for hi to be her support system. He needs to call his friend and see if he wants to have drinks or whatever. He should not be in touch with the wife beyond this point. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:34 PM Flag
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Agree, and thanks for the commiseration. Told him a much gentler version of this last night and he acted like I'm being cold or micromanaging his kindness when he's "needed." Ugh. Hence this post. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:43 PM Flag
[ - ] I am a single mom with one dd. Can I do a holiday card?? 34 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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^ I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me!!! maybe not! [ Reply | More ]
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No. [ Reply | More ]
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op: awww [ Reply | More ]
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Just kidding, of course you can. [ Reply | More ]
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How old is DD, maybe you can just have her in the picture. You can definitely do a holiday card. [ Reply | More ]
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She's 8. I don't want her in a pic alone! [ Reply | More ]
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All my friends with an only child send a picture of the child alone. It's fine! [ Reply | More ]
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op: I don't want anyone to go- oh, poor them! no dad... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:54 PM Flag
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seriously? No one would think this. You are projecting. Don't feel embarrassed about your life, and she won't either. But on the flip side, if you act like this, she will assume something is wrong with her family. You gotta get a handle on this. [ Reply | More ]
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op: she doesn't even know I am thinking abt the card...I could use it as a way of showing her we are ok as a fam of 2. [ Reply | More ]
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Why wouldn't you be ok as a family of 2??! You sound disturbed. please get some help to shake this insecurity before you ruin your child. There are millions of single moms out there - haven't you noticed?! [ Reply | More ]
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op: OMG- I am not disturbed- go away. [ Reply | More ]
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Err, yes you do. Maybe not disturbed but def insecure. " poor them! no dad" - who cares?? How old are you, may I ask? [ Reply | More ]
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look: there are moments when being a single mom is hard. what is your problem? I could go on here every time I had a great day or a great moment but reality is I go on to post a question or ask for advice when there is a bad time/problem. being a single mom doesn't mean- oh now go own it 100% of the time, feel great ALL the time. no one - single mom or not works like that. What reality are you living that you can infer the scope of an issue from a post? You think what you like- I have no problem. here on an anonymous board you can say as you wish. In life I hope you are more kind and less well- way off. happy thanksgiving. [ Reply | More ]
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You're right - I apologize. Didn't mean to sound so harsh. What I really meant is that you're prob a great mom, doing your best, like we all try to do. Your friends will be thrilled to recieve a card from the both of you - no one will think it strange or feel sorry for you. They will just go "great pic of X&Y. I really should catch up with them soon etc" [ Reply | More ]
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You could. I just think you are over-thinking it. [ Reply | More ]
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np: your daughter is 8 and you still don't feel that you're ok as a family of 2? You're afraid your friends will feel sorry for you? This doesn't sound healthy [ Reply | More ]
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why not? Really wondering - why wouldn't you do a card if you want to? [ Reply | More ]
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op: read above, thanks. [ Reply | More ]
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oh just do the card. People like cards. no one will think anything but "hey, a card from X and Y! Y is SO BIG!" [ Reply | More ]
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why would anyone feel sorry for you? Are you a good mom? Your daughter well raised and lovely? if so, stop feeling so insecure and own it - you're a single mom, doing her best to raise a wonderful DD. Genuine friends would love to receive a card from you. and who cares about anyone else?! No snark but you should work on getting over this. [ Reply | More ]
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^^ And you do not need a man to be complete as a family, esp if it's not the right / a wonderful man. Please do not be one of these needy women that fall prey to a useless bum just because you want a man in your life. Be strong for your DD and be proud of your family unit!! I beg you, please realize how insecure you sound. [ Reply | More ]
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op: uh no, I don't think I need a man. lol- that's why there isn't one. [ Reply | More ]
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Of course. I sent one with a picture of my DD for years. [ Reply | More ]
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Wow. Get off OP's back. Christmas cards are so family oriented … a bunch of kids, dogs, cat, parakeets, everyone looking cheery. I understand the feeling that just the two of you might look strange, so I don't think you're disturbed. But, do it! [ Reply | More ]
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op: lol, parakeet!!! exactly AND not friends I am even a tiny concerned abt- they love us and we love them. period. it's acquaintances- families at dd's school. They send us cards. I don't know abt that particular circle. That said- I am done with this post. You can think whatever you like. it isn't easy and that's ok. Doesn't mean squat about my "level of insecurity" or healthiness. [ Reply | More ]
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Yes. Do it. and don't ever question this type of thing again!!!! Would your daughter have fun designing it/ picking the picture/ theme? Make it a family activity, and I am deliberately using the word family, because that is what you are. [ Reply | More ]
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I assume anyone who would receive your card already knows you're a single mom, so why would a card make any difference? Do it! :) [ Reply | More ]
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Yes. I am a single mom and I send a holiday card with a picture of DD [ Reply | More ]
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op: Also to acquaintances, eg school acquaintances. [ Reply | More ]
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DH and I have only one DD and for years just had her on it (past age 8). Frankly people were more interested in seeing how she had grown than how we had aged anyway. [ Reply | More ]
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Why the hell not? Do you not consider yourself a family? [ Reply | More ]
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Its fine. As a single mom, I hate getting those happy family cards though [ Reply | More ]
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Do something fun and unusual in the photo instead of just the usual posed style. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Where is the snow already? We were expecting snow and lots of it. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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I thought mostly north of the city, and Westchester only expecting 1-3 [ Reply | More ]
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Unless you live in Vermont, which I do, you aren't getting much. We, on the other hand, are getting a foot. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Place near NYC to take kids skiing with hotel with pool nearby? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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mohawk [ Reply | More ]
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Whiteface lodge [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Trying to eat more fish, but If you read about what seafood to avoid and what to eat, you can't really eat much of anything...either full with toxins or endangered, and the few remaining kinds are super expensive. I think I'll stick with my occasional can of sardines. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Take fish oil supplements [ Reply | More ]
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some health nut doctor told me that's not the same for some reason [ Reply | More ]
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Isn't it true of most food today? When raw organic vegetables are found to be lacking in some way, there will be absolutely nothing left. [ Reply | More ]
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Already life expectancy is so much higher than it is used to be. You'll be fine unless you stress yourself to illness, which many people do. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] DD has a really dry cough and no fever. Any good recs for a medicine to relieve the symptoms? Of course, I will be calling ped later. 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Gurgle with salt water if she is old enough to do that. Herbal teal, humidifier, long hot showers, cough drops. [ Reply | More ]
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m not a hippie freak, I just find these are best remedies for a dry cough. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:30 PM Flag
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Love these, TY [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:32 PM Flag
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Try Delsym. Over the counter. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:33 PM Flag
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That is what I have been giving. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:33 PM Flag
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DS too. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 01:33 PM Flag
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Teaspoon of honey has been proven to be as effective as any medicine. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:24 PM Flag
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Maybe it is nothing and you need to put a humidifier in her room. My dd get the same way in the winter. Their little bronchial tubes are so much smaller than ours and get irritated easily. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 11.26.14, 02:31 PM Flag
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