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[ - ] DB is 2 years and 2 months old. He has been going to sleep around 9pm (can't get him to fall asleep earlier) and sleeping until between 8am and 8:30. Now, he's just not napping well anymore. Used to nap for about 2-3 hours, starting around 1pm. Is it too early for him to be dropping the nap entirely? 3 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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I will cut the nap to a 2hrs one. he still needs some downtime, we call it "quiet time" [ Reply | More ]
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^^^wake him up at 8am [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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^^ also do a sleeping routine, starting at 7:30pm, brush teeth, pjs on, read a couple books, lights off. Even if he doesn't go right to zzzz. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:31 PM Flag
[ - ] Dating tips on how to weed out the jerks? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:28 PM Flag
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Wait at least 3 months to sleep with them. Most jerks will not continue to wine and dine you without bedding you as they are not actually interested in building a meaningful relationship with you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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I've seen this advice posted often here. How does one manage to do this in this day and age? I'm genuinely curious. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:32 PM Flag
[ - ] Yes, I know they are all fairly horrible - but does anyone have a suggestion for a backpack type bag that is somewhat professional looking? I'm in academia so there is a bit of leeway thereā€¦.I just need a way to use a baby carrier and have something to carry my own stuff in. TIA! 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
New York City 10.23.14, 06:25 PM Flag
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I have a Tumi I like. It's going on its 10th year of use and has held up extremely well. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
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+1. Tumi makes great bags that are respectable. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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Knomo. Used it for work (carrying a small laptop) while carrying dd on a baby bjorn to daycare [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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I have this and it's GREAT. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J5BBQG2 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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^ can fit my macbook air in a pinch. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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I don't know if it will work for you but I love the Frye Jenny Backpack [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
[ - ] The mom who was deciding between UWSA and Speyer - what did you ultimately decide? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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Do you think SA employs a full time intern or a half time intern to post here? So transparent... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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NP: full time. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:31 PM Flag
[ - ] PS to G&T aspirants PSA. 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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Do not rank schools unless you really want to send DC there. The DOE reports the # of applicants who got seats. Obviously if you rank 6 schools you are more like to get a spot than if you only rank eg Anderson. In 2014 year 60% of applicants got offers. I'm pretty sure they kept hitting the proverbial button over and over till they hit that 60% number. So rank as few schools as possible. Lots of people who got a citywide were citywide or bust. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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+1 The one Anderson family I know was Anderson or bust. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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+1 I noticed this, too. We are in D3 - almost the people I knew who lived above 90th all got PS 163 and the ones below got 166 or Anderson. If it was truly random you'd think the A and 166 seats would be more evenly distributed. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:25 PM Flag
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We ranked too many schools and got our last option. Good advice. They do look at # of seats offered as a measure. http://insideschools.org/blog/item/1000836-gt-sixty-percent-of-applicants-get-offers [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:28 PM Flag
[ - ] Moncler coats- tacky?? 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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Warm. Who cares about anything else :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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I don't think so, but maybe dangerous - aren't those the ones that the gang-bangers covet? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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Very Westchester... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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Real or fake? Most I've seen are fakes... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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real [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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Depends on your other clothes/style. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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Yes, tacky. If you want something warm go for quality brands with less $$$ spelled all over you. Like Pyrinex... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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Over. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
[ - ] Waldorf vs Montessori. Can anyone explain the difference and why you might choose one or the other? What are the alternatives to these two methods? Are there any studies of outcomes of different preschool methodologies? Thanks! 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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Massive difference - Waldorf stresses imagination and Montessori stresses independence. As an a person ofAsian descent if I had to choose I would choose Montessori but largely because Waldorf bans black crayons and so DD would be unable to accurately draw me. (Black is deemed satanic and they're a little culty. ) But I am so thoroughly americanized, I send my kid to a play based preschool instead. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:25 PM Flag
[ - ] Working from home this afternoon, which ends up being perfect as our afternoon sitter will be late (car trouble). I'll be here when 9yo dd gets home from school on the bus; she is usually here for about 30 min before sitter gets here, with her 11yo brother, but he is away at a school overnight thing this week. I am really looking forward to hanging out with her and am having longings about being a SAHM...never thought I would want that. 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:18 PM Flag
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Today it will be great. And tomorrow probably would be great, too. But imagine doing exactly what you're doing right now, every single day, until the day your kids move out, and then you'll not even have them to look forward to. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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+100 My sitter was out for two weeks and while I enjoyed the time with DS I missed work. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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OP: That is a good point, and why I opted to keep working in the first place. I'm sure I could find things to fill my time (volunteer work, some consulting, etc.) but I think I might get bored. I may just be going through a weird mid-40's nesting period. Or maybe I'm just tired :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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Well... Is not the same to be a SAHM of a 2year old than a 9year old. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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OP again: This is true. I don't know how I would have done when they were younger. My best friend has been SAHM from day one for her 2 dcs; she is generally happy, but I know parts of it drive her bananas. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:26 PM Flag
[ - ] Who is already dreading the holiday visits with ILs and why? 12 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:17 PM Flag
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me, because they irritate me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:18 PM Flag
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ditto. adn my husband thinks its totally cool to leave me alone with them all the time because they're extra help with the kids. no, they really aren't. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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I am divorced, so don't have those visits anymore, but I used to hate them. My ex-ILs are lovely people, but we always had to go to their house in remote PA, and they never ever went out and did anything. I always felt trapped for the 4-5 days we were there. Don't miss it at all. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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OP: Because of MIL's health we will be spending both Thanksgiving and Christmas at my SIL's. Her husband is an uneducated, argumentative drunk. SIL is cheap as hell (like not poor-cheap but stingy-cheap) and serves the bare minimum food and drink she can get away with, all the while complaining about they don't have $$. And poor MIL re-directs every conversation to her declining health and wondering when she's going to die. And then there is the ever-present animal odor that comes from their two dogs and three cats. It is utterly depressing and I don't know how I will get through it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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stay in a hotel. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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we do (and it was years before MIL finally stopped acting so offended by it) but still we're expected to hang out with them for at least half the day/evening. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:26 PM Flag
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booze. bring extra food in your suitcase. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
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Holidays are always stressful, not because of ILs, but because we seem to be the only family who is required to travel and everyone wants us to stop by for a visit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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OP - that actually sounds fun to me so long as you're not having to travel great distances and the DC aren't too young. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:26 PM Flag
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We don't travel over the holidays nor do we invite anyone to our house - we have stress free, wonderful holidays. I highly recommend it! :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
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how do you get away with it? that would work with my own family because we're highly dysfunctional, but DH could never live with the guilt of not seeing his family. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:28 PM Flag
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None this year, yay! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:31 PM Flag
[ - ] Thoughts on the 3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli bag? Link below. 12 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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I'm a mid-thirties WOHM who wants to treat herself to a new purse. Don't carry anything fancy at the moment. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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MY thought is that a bag should not have a first and last names..Its a bag! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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Lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:16 PM Flag
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Even reusable grocery bags have two words to differentiate them. Relax [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:18 PM Flag
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They but they are not "Fru Fru' Patelshi Makamak" it just says the name of the store of something [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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You have to describe them somehow [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:29 PM Flag
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Don't like the hardware, looks garrish [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:17 PM Flag
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np: Agree. Now this is making me want to treat myself to a new bag (not going to happen anytime soon). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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Why is this bag $800? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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Because is designer, so is better, duh!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
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OP here. I have never spent that much on a bag. Saw a well-dressed woman wearing it and really liked it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
[ - ] so sick to my stomach right now. i'm maaried and had an affair with a married man. he talked about how abymissmal his marriage was and told me quite a bit about his wife. in a few months the newness wore off, i broke it off. fast foward 7 months and I run into a mutual friend and she tells me all about the lavish 40th birthday party she attended for the wife and how beautiful and how in love the couple looked. i did everything i could to not roll my eyes. As i listenend deep down I was hurt. He made it seem as though he was all about ready to sign the divorce papers. For a brief second I wanted to shoot the misses an email but i didnt bother. 19 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:11 PM Flag
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He was lying to you to get into your pants. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:13 PM Flag
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he was my ex. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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wait, you cheated on your current with your ex? and now you're hurt? pathetic, get a life [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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ex boss [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:20 PM Flag
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forget about the asshole. he used you for sex and told you what he though you wanted to hear so you would put out. just don't think about it. he is probably showing off for friends and family and is probably even now screwing someone else. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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he used you. and he sucks. both you women got the booby prize [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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do it please, i want to know. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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i wouldnt. i was the fool. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:16 PM Flag
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I had something similar happen, although to a much lesser degree. Someone I hired to do some work was putting the moves on me (I'm married, he's not but has serious gf). I brushed him off for the most part although inside I was flattered and getting emotional hits on it all. Fast forward, when the work was done, so was he. I recommended him to someone else for similar work... I have the impression he's doing the same thing to her. Some people just need to escape for a while. Your affair could have been a reality check for him. It's not about him rejecting you, it's about him realizing what he really wants. Either that, or he's a skilled liar. If the latter, he'll move on to someone else. You're probably best rid of him... oh and, since you're married too, maybe you should be spending your time reflecting on your own marriage. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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it was a realty chck for me. i realized that as good as being with this man was, the affair was about what my dh wasnt doing at home. i also learned that i was not selfish enough to leave my dc and dh for another man [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:18 PM Flag
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I get it. I've come close to cheating, 2x. Both times couldn't go through with it. Could not look myself in the mirror after. Don't know how people do that other than that they are liars to begin with. I have a DC could not bear to look at her if I did that. In the end, I love and respect my (imperfect) husband too much. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:19 PM Flag
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thats the part that hurts - looking in the mirror and living with myself. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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Good one- lets see if it makes it to the most pop list [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:19 PM Flag
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Sigh. Trolls about infidelity always do. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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I met and thought I was falling in love with someone I met online for people seeking marriage. He had a whole profile set up and we talked for hours a day for two months and then were intimate. His wife suspected something all along, and called me after seeing my number in his phone logs. It was horrible for both of us, much more so for her of course. She told me they had a happy marriage and she was on fertility treatments trying to have a baby. I never touched an online site again. Men can be horrible disgusting creatures. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:19 PM Flag
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Eh I was there a few years ago. At the time too he seemed fine with his wife. In the end they did divorce (married long time but no kids) so he came around to me yet again (telling you as a warning bc he probably will divorce her but on his time). I wanted to believe him but had obvious trust issues. He and I cut it off once again. I was still jealous that he'd start over with a cute young thing, etc. in the end he ends up dating a very average 40 something lady he works with and too old to have kids with (they have kittens. Lots of kittens instead lol). And now he seems pathetic. Careful what you wish for is my point and be careful when he does come around again when they are divorcing [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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I have been there. It's a terrible feeling to realize that you were just a good time to someone. You DO NOT want to send her an email. You will not EVER look good. You will always be blamed as the harlot who was trying to break up the marriage. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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Also I understand the level of hurt. The fact that you are busy hurting at home while he is continuing on with his life. The fact that everyone thinks he is such a great guy and how he is in love with the wife. Sucky, sucky feeling. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:26 PM Flag
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He lied. When I discovered my DH's affair the OW wrote me some email where she thought she was telling me lots of things I would be surprised to find out she knew about me. She was making the case for how much better she knew him than I knew him. He really floated her some whoppers in order to make him seem like such a victim of bad circumstances. Poor DH. He behaved perfectly normally at home to everyone else for such an unhappy guy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
[ - ] for preschool tours: I am so curious what the school directors are looking for in the parents. Do you need to look wealthy or is it better to look low-key and non-flashy? Do you need to seem really interested and ask lots of questions? Are they trying to determine if you'd be a PITA--what qualities in a parent are red flags? 16 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:09 PM Flag
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Just don't come off as a PITA and you'll be fine. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:12 PM Flag
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imo, they want to know that you're kind and polite. Classy and appropriate, but not flashy. They want you to show (not aggressively, but inherently) that you know your child and actually spend good quality time together. And they want you to be curious about and appreciative of their style of teaching. They don't want you to act like all preschools are the same.... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:12 PM Flag
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I think they also want to see that you respect their expertise, that you get that schools and parents partner together to help teach these children. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:13 PM Flag
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Thanks this is helpful. I'm getting kind of irked by women I see with LV bags, jewelry etc. who seem so flashy. Do you think SAHMs would naturally be favored? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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Not at all. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:16 PM Flag
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op- I am SAH, for whats it's worth. But my inclination is to be deliberately low-key looking, especially for these tours; no designer logos etc. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:17 PM Flag
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Totally agree with that. But also, of course, no jeans or yoga pants. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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Look interested but don't ask too many questions. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:13 PM Flag
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I'm wondering how they keep everyone straight, particularly the ones where one-on-one parent interviews are not scheduled. Is there something that "stands out" about certain people? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:16 PM Flag
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They take notes! Many also ask for pictures when you apply. And when you're in the room for the child visit, I think they note what you're like even though it's not a formal interview. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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the kids stand out, not the parents [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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For ongoing or just preK? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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just pre-k [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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Just preK then: understated is best. You are with them for 2-3 years. I would explore brighter colors but smooth lines. A skirt is best but I would not rule out low pile tweed pants, wider leg. An untucked top will do but be specific with metal jewelry, placed carefully- either wrist or ears. And boots, always boots. The admissions people want practical, undemanding parents who expect parents to handle the truth about their child. K admissions will be different. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
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op- lol this response is great. TY [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:26 PM Flag
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this is a very specific outfit you're describing... what makes you sure? why always boots? Do you just mean instead of stilettos or running shoes?? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:27 PM Flag
[ - ] For women who had a c-section with their first DB: What did you do for DB #2? Was another c-section easier the second time around or did you go for a VBAC? I have no idea what I would choose. Thought c-section recovery was brutal, but at least I'd know what to expect. 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:04 PM Flag
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I had a scheduled cs for #2. It was fine. I was able to arrange child care for #1 and plan for my mom to come when I knew I would need her. The recovery was easier second time around because there was no labor leading up to the cs. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:11 PM Flag
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I planned for VBAC, but my OB/Gyn really cautioned me about it. I ended up having another emergency C-section. I don't think it was any easier the second time around, but thinking back, I probably would have just planned for the C. It was my ex-H insisting on the VBAC more than I was. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:16 PM Flag
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VBAC. One of the best decisions of my life, seriously. [ Reply | More ]
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I responded above about planning for one but it didn't work out; why was it such a good decision? Not that I could have done anything about the emergency C, but just wondering. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:22 PM Flag
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I am sorry about your experience. My original c/s was a fluke that was not likely to repeat and I was all the way at the pushing stage with #1, so I was a good VBAC candidate. I ended up with an unmedicated VBAC and a very speedy recovery. I was walking around the same day, went home the next day after only spending one night at the hospital, and I was well enough to take care of 2 dcs right away. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:28 PM Flag
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Wow; that's awesome. I'm not going to have any more dcs, was just curious. DC 1 was also an emergency, which was worse because I actually was in labor for quite a while before it happened. Doesn't matter much at this point, but thank you for answering! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
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np: I'm hoping for a VBAC. Only 7 weeks pregnant so I have time to work through this with my gyn, however can someone please explain the concerns with a VBAC to me please. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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No personal experience but several friends had this situation and the ones who had the VBAC were SO happy they did. Though it is very hard to find a DR who is willing to do a VBAC. They are all too scared of the risks...mainly being sued. If it's important to you, I would find a -VBAC friendly Dr. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:30 PM Flag
[ - ] What is so special about the brand 'add down'? DD came home from school wanting one of their coats- but they're like 300 for a down puffer coat. Whats the deal with them? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:03 PM Flag
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About the best thing one could do for one's child is take them to Sears (if it still exists) and let them pick theIr winter coat. That early lesson of rebranding their desires will go far in life. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:18 PM Flag
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just another italian luxury brand... where does your dd go to school?! vassar? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:19 PM Flag
[ - ] One of my male friends propositioned me with, offering to pay off student loan debts in exchange for a sexual arrangement. It's not like he's lacking women, either. The level of disgust men will reach to surprises me every day. 16 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:57 PM Flag
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Fake [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:59 PM Flag
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Some older guy offered me money to sleep with him once. This was directly after remarking on how he had a daughter my age. Men. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:59 PM Flag
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Are you super-hot or something ? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:59 PM Flag
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I'd take the money up front if I were u...just sayin' [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:00 PM Flag
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I'm not a whore. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:02 PM Flag
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If you take money for sexual services you are a whore. Nothing wrong with being one, btw, Women used pussy for years to get what they need and want. Still using it now, when they marry rich men and live a luxury life they did nothing to earn. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:12 PM Flag
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NP: She didn't do it, you moron. How's your mom's basement this rainy, blustery day? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:13 PM Flag
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Wtf r u talking about? I am at work (well,,,lunch break) Nothing wrong with using pussy to get what you want. Do you think the uber rich marry uber beautiful for their company? You pay with what you got to get what you want. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:17 PM Flag
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It's a control thing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:01 PM Flag
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i would do it and i am not a whore [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:12 PM Flag
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How much do you have in loans? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:14 PM Flag
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This is the right question. $15,000 in loans? Fuck off, loser! $150,000? Do you prefer the red or the black thong, dear? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:17 PM Flag
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lol [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:21 PM Flag
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that! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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Isn't this the whole basis of SugarDaddy.com? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:23 PM Flag
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LOL, i would totally take him up on this [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:24 PM Flag
[ - ] I am going on a mother-daughter trip with my older dd tomorrow. My little dd (just turned 4) wants to go too and I promised I will go with her when she is 5. Yesterday she started talking about it, how she will eat lots of veggies and grow big and strong and then she will go to XYZ with me. I know CSB, but I thought it was so cute! 15 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:56 PM Flag
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I have sons and I'm jealous of your post! Totally cute! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:58 PM Flag
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That is really cute. I always love hearing cute kid stories, especially now that mine are older and not always so cute :) [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:58 PM Flag
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Just curious, where are you going and how old is older DD? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:58 PM Flag
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Coming up to NY - we used to live there and older DD, 7, actually remembers it well. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:02 PM Flag
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Have fun. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:03 PM Flag
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wtf is the difference between 4 and 5...this is a pathetic excuse not to take her. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:00 PM Flag
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NP: I disagree. It's important to do something special with each DD and having her wait a year won't cause any harm/ [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:01 PM Flag
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+1. It is an arbitrary age/excuse but to a kid there is a simple logic to it, and that's all there needs to be. Telling her that one DD that she wants time alone with thr other one will not fly at 4. Telling her she gets to do the same thing when she is 5 will. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:07 PM Flag
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OP. It's not that arbitrary actually. I don't want to deal with car seats, stroller and tons of luggage. Younger DD won't be able to walk. I took her to Venice in the summer and it was so unbelievably exhausting as she refused to walk anywhere. In a year, I think, she will be able to be more independent, she won't nap anymore, and it will all be easier. It is more fun for her and me to do mother- little daughter days or afternoons that don't involve air travel. At least for now. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:15 PM Flag
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OP. I went to Europe with them in the summer without DH and it was very exhausting. I just 3 days of fun and relaxation. I will go with the little one next year. I took a day off to spend just with her last week - we went pony riding, etc. I am inviting her and her best friend to a theatre show on Saturday (friends mom will chaperone - DH offered but the other mom wants to take them). She is well taken care of and doesn't have to be sad. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:10 PM Flag
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that is cute. ignore shitheads who will inevitably post, "facebook it." [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:00 PM Flag
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I can't wait to do a trip with my DD. She's not even 2, though. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:02 PM Flag
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I've been taking pretty significant mother/daughter trips with dd since that age. Age 2 (Bermuda - where we have family), age 3 (Puerto Rico), age 4 (Costa Rica). Take your dd, even if it's for a day trip to CT. You'll have wonderful memories. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:06 PM Flag
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I need to do something with 4 yo DS first! I'm thinking of picking some random place with nice weather and a pool/beach. That's all he needs. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:10 PM Flag
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adorable!!!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:20 PM Flag
[ - ] How does your school celebrate halloween? Dc school has a parade, then a party in the classroom after the parade at the end of the day. Why do parents need to attend a Halloween party? 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:53 PM Flag
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Parade; party after the parade; participation in an event at the park in the evening. Parents aren't invited to the activities during the day but are not prohibited from attending. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:55 PM Flag
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Parade and classroom party on Halloween and school-wide party tomorrow night. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:55 PM Flag
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Why would parents be invited to an in class halloween party, seems silly. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:57 PM Flag
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The bigger question is - why would parents even WANT to attend the classroom party? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:00 PM Flag
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the only school my kids attended that did anything was preschool. parade followed by concert and party, parents invited to all. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:56 PM Flag
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Both kids have class parties and parents are asked if possible to send an item. No volunteers needed otherwise and no costumes, either. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 05:57 PM Flag
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Parade around the block - parents and neighborhood come. Activities most of the day that are fun and run by older children. Good times [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:02 PM Flag
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Ours wear costumes and have a party. Parents are highly discouraged from attending the party. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 10.23.14, 06:25 PM Flag
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