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[ - ] So were they swingers? Is that why there has been so much secrecy and contradictory information? 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:31 PM Flag
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Might also explain why she fled back to the USA asap. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:33 PM Flag
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You should ask her that. She's the one being intensely secretive and trying very hard (and succeeding) in manipulating the PR expertly to (as usual) come out on top. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:36 PM Flag
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
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SO WHAT???!!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:33 PM Flag
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Half of the UES long time couples are swingers . Don't you people know that???? Amongst the UMC and UC , it i snot unusual to swap once ina while and half of them do it quite often and for long "swinging " partnerships... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:35 PM Flag
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So, if so, who, if any, were they swinging with in Mexico? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:36 PM Flag
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They live in CA, NOT the UES. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Why is toe walking such a crime? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:21 PM Flag
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I think it throws off the hips and spine and could lead to issues later in life [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:23 PM Flag
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Toe walkers unite!! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:24 PM Flag
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Does vestibular issues automatically mean asd? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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pigeon toe walking is the latest fad in japan [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:29 PM Flag
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Toe walking is quite common; it is SOMETIMES indicative of a nerve condition such as cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, or a dysfunctional vestibular system, a common problem in autism. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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My gal walks up and over on her toenails, she's 3 [ Reply | More ]
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It often indicates a neuro issue, which is why people associate it with "weirdos" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:31 PM Flag
[ - ] Just wanted to fill in some parents about the tutoring company Bright Kids in NYC. My kid went there for gifted and talented test prep and scored a 99%!!!! I was so thrilled with the entire process--from the tutors to the account managers who walk you through the process. My daughter is extremely shy but the tutors helped bring out the absolute best in her. If you're planning on applying for the gifted and talented programs this year I HIGHLY recommend sending your child there. You won't regret it! 9 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:15 PM Flag
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Hello, Bright Kids! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:18 PM Flag
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At least pretend it's not an ad. Respond to a question about g and t or something. Later, Bige. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:19 PM Flag
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np. Seriously. WTF? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:21 PM Flag
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This is so sad! Brightkids over charges ($185 an hour??). My friends spent thousands on G&T prep this year at Brightkids. None scored 99. I paid $120 for testingmom subscription and worked with my DC. He got 99. Brightkids is one over priced awful place. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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that's bc it doesn't matter. testing mom sucks. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:34 PM Flag
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I bought a couple of overpriced books from BK and used that to prep my kid. They were asking $225 an hour for a tutor. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:37 PM Flag
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Oh prep for 2nd round Hunter admission and charge thousands? Complete tip off. Would not do this with my 2nd DC. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:27 PM Flag
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first flag evah [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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my ds went the flushing prep place and got 99% also, we're not chinese btw [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] saw a mima stroller today, is it really worth it?? and I thought the uppa baby was pricey 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:15 PM Flag
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I just googled it. It doesn't look very comfortable for the baby to be honest! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:21 PM Flag
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really? I'm thinking between city mini gt, uppa and maybe bugaboo. just this today and thought it looked different [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:23 PM Flag
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I think it looks cool (online) but that seat looks like it's an upright plastic cafeteria chair. The baby's knees stick out funny. If I were in the market for a stroller right now I think the Nuna Ivvi looks cool, check it out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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I've seen a couple of people with those here in the city and they stress me out. The center of gravity just seems way too high for an environment like NYC. Maybe if you live somewhere where all you do is drive around in your SUV and then walk on perfectly flat surfaces with baby in the stroller? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:24 PM Flag
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If you want to spend 1200 on a stroller, consider the bugaboo cameleon3. Seems like it cost 950, but that's without the canopy (for some fucking odd reason) which cost another 130 dollars or something. But the upside is, you can change the color of the canopy whenever you want! Or, whenever you want to spend 130 dollars for a new canopy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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The angle seems really steep, like they would keep sliding right out. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:33 PM Flag
[ - ] "We have to save Sweet Briar College or we will lose the essence of the United States of America." 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:13 PM Flag
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Who said that? Nothing about SB is MY spirit of America. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:19 PM Flag
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Jackie Kennedy? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:20 PM Flag
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Didn't go to Sweet Briar and is dead. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:22 PM Flag
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There were a couple of girls from SBC in my law school; nice people but not the sharpest. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
[ - ] My ds is smart, well behaved, and creative. He really wants to learn and can read and do double digit subtraction and addition etc. Would you send him to an academically strong and very strict school with a ton of rules or to a more play-based fun school with a weak peer group and academics but very sweet and nurturing environment allowing for creativity and self expression. Ds is going to be on the youngest side of the class turning 5 in the late fall of the school year. 17 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:10 PM Flag
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is this just for elementary or K-12? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:15 PM Flag
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just for elementary [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:24 PM Flag
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OR: then i agree with the responder below, nurturing is better for elementary. let him be who he is and then you can make a more informed choice fro MS. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:27 PM Flag
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np. Even if it's K-12, you can't assume any school will be the right fit for a kid for the next 13 years. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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op: 6 years is a long time. Its the longest stretch of any of the school choices. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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doesn't matter. you'll be doing most of the educating. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:18 PM Flag
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I don't have the bandwidth as I WOH and have 3 kids. This is why I am agonizing. I have BTDT with #1 so I know you are right and that is what worries me. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:25 PM Flag
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As someone who's btdt -- with older kids who've gone through a couple of different types of schools -- I would recommend the latter option for lower/elementary school. If your dc turns out to be a type A, self-directed, no issues, etc., he's going to do well anywhere you put him. If it turns out that he's not all of those things, the more nurturing environment will be better for him for now. See how the next 4 years play out, and once you have a clearer idea of what his strengths and challenges are, then you start planning for the right sort of middle school, which could be a more demanding environment if that's how he rolls. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:19 PM Flag
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this was extracted from "How to Raise a Snowflake" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:25 PM Flag
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No, this is extracted from nearly 15 years of watching half the kids in my dcs' incoming K classes crash and burn by the end of middle school, because they weren't cut out for the environment. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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>> And by crash and burn, I don't mean they got counselled out. If that's all it was, it wouldn't be a problem. The problem is that many of the kids were basket cases by the time things got to that. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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private school snowflakes [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
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Tell yourself whatever you want to justify your POV, but you're wrong. Kids are kids, no matter what their SES may be. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:36 PM Flag
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I have an older kid as well. What worries me is that their personality is shaped by the environment. Its a chicken and an egg thing. I don't know. I am leaning toward the nurturing place but what worries me is 2nd-5th grade. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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This is really not true. Personality is mostly hard wired. Their environment and parenting can nudge things further in one direction or another, but mostly what you're going to get is what the kid came with. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
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^^ have you tried the nurturing weak academic schools with your kids? how much did you have to fill in the gaps yourself? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:33 PM Flag
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lady, things have changed a lot in the last 5 years, academic competition has skyrocketed in nyc region with common core and related initiatives, if you have family money, fine go to nurturing, but if dc needs to compete for scarce (and getting scarcer by the minute) resources they will need to be pushed unless you are fine with them having a lower standard of life that you enjoy today. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:34 PM Flag
[ - ] best site to send mom flowers? tia! 0 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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[ - ] Poll: can your muddle school ds type? Really type - not hunt and peck 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:01 PM Flag
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No, it comes out a muddle. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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Ha! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:20 PM Flag
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Can you see the irony in your question? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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No idea. Am I supposed to know this? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:06 PM Flag
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yes. was able to by 4th-5th grade. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:10 PM Flag
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He was definitely banging out papers by middle school. There are games and so on to help them learn the keyboard, so it wasn't like when we were in school doing "f-f-f space, d-d-d- space..." [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:12 PM Flag
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no. i plan to have him do an online course in summer [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:12 PM Flag
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Nope. Nor can I. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:20 PM Flag
[ - ] Pamela Geller is one of the bravest free-speech and civil liberties heroines of the modern era. It's shameful that leftists attack her even though she is doing more for civil and constitutional rights than they ever have. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:57 PM Flag
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Don't worry, the Ku Klux Klan supports her a lot, as does the Tea Party. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:58 PM Flag
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A guilt-by-association fallacy? How novel. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:03 PM Flag
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np. Guilt for whom? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:09 PM Flag
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but she's jewish. the kkk doesn't like them. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
[ - ] Frazzled nanny from yesterday. I did cio withe dc and she slept for two hours. 41 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:46 PM Flag
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how long did she cry? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:48 PM Flag
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30 mins [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:49 PM Flag
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That's not bad! 30mns for 2 hours is great. I bet she will do even better tomorrow. You did the right thing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:55 PM Flag
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Thank you. I took her out this morning for three hours figuring that I'm not tiring her out enough. Sure enough, she slept for 20 mins and started the whole routine of not sleeping. After several tries, I just left her in her and let her cio. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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*With the [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:50 PM Flag
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Pick up/put down method is more gentle. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:51 PM Flag
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I was doing that for 3 week. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:52 PM Flag
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Good for you. It's the best way. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:53 PM Flag
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Did you do it with parents' consent? If so, great. If not, you should be fired. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:57 PM Flag
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Nanny did something that the parents couldn't do, and she should be fired? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:00 PM Flag
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Yes, asshole. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:23 PM Flag
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I did not and I'm quitting in a month. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:00 PM Flag
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Hopefully for a job where you won't have contact with children? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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You are terrible. A nanny is doing her job -- teaching a child to settle down and sleep -- because the parents are too ineffectual and chicken-shit to do it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:05 PM Flag
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CIO is a completely personal opinion, and the nanny was wrong to impose her own judgment in this situation. Just like you're wrong. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:24 PM Flag
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K [ Reply | More ]
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Lucky the baby wom't tell [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:05 PM Flag
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CIO creates anxiety later….just watch [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:08 PM Flag
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Np.I think dc that have a terrible time falling asleep already have some anxiety issues. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:13 PM Flag
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... so would sleep deprivation [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:17 PM Flag
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Op- ITA. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:23 PM Flag
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For who? The parents? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:13 PM Flag
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When "later" - at what age? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:16 PM Flag
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There have been no long term studies of babies who were sleep trained with CIO, so we don't really know what the effect is. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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Yeah I'm sure those 30 min did her in. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:16 PM Flag
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No it does not. At least in children that don't already have anxiety issues [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:17 PM Flag
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This. Parents who think CIO causes anxiety are anxious themselves and they put that on their children. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:19 PM Flag
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I am not opposed to CIO, but I believe that adequate sleep for the whole family is valuable and important. However, scientific studies have shown that when babies cry it out, their levels of cortisol (a stress hormone) rise dramatically and do not subside, even when they fall asleep. Chronic high levels of cortisol is not healthy and can affect anxiety and temperament. The baby doesn't fall asleep because it is "self soothing." The baby eventually falls asleep because it gives up and accepts abandonment from the parents. Some people are not comfortable with that, even if CIO works. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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Those 30 min + 2 hours, man, lead to a life of crime. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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It's the parents decision, NOT the nanny's. Same way food choices are. If the parents don't want baby fed hot dogs and candy, nanny should not feed baby hot dogs and candy even if it's easy. If the nanny can't hack her job, she should quit. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:35 PM Flag
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And you think no sleep is what, good for babies? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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You're a terrible caregiver to have done this without the parents' permission. Some people are extremely against CIO, and you have violated their trust and shown poor judgment. You should be fired immediately and should not ever again work with children. NOT your job to decide how to sleep train the baby. You are getting paid to do a job, and if that means spending an hour getting the baby to fall asleep, spend the f*ing hour doing it. Or quit if you don't like it. You actually make me sick. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:23 PM Flag
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Sick enough that you'll die, [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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oh the travails of outsourcing motherhood... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:27 PM Flag
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You are totally right. Some parents are extremely against vaccinations and you have violate their trust by preventing their children from dying. Some parents are extremely against educating their female children and you have violated their trust in teaching a girl how to read. What a parent wants is the most important thing -- even if it flies in the face of good sense, science and mental health. All parents are infallible! Mothers are magic! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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And what science supports CIO? The doctors who support this are MDs, not psychiatrists. Most psychiatrists or those trained in behavioral psychology and early childhood development are against CIO. Comparing being anti-CIO to the anti-vax movement or anti-education (huh?) is completely preposterous. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
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Of course they are. Those shrinks want to have lots of anxious parents and children who believe in this bs. Happily sleeping children and normal parents do not bring them the level of neuroses they need to support their "talking" and "over-medication" and "summer house". I presume that you are in therapy. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:35 PM Flag
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Fyi. It did take me an hour to put her to sleep and she'll wake up 20 mins later. After three weeks of it, I decided I'm not going totov put myself through it anymore. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:30 PM Flag
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So just quit your job now if you can't handle what the parents want. They can find a new nanny who is willing to deal with it. It's not easy taking care of a baby, and you may just not be cut out for it. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:34 PM Flag
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You're so confident they don't have a nanny cam? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:29 PM Flag
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How old is this baby and how many naps is she taking a day? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:36 PM Flag
[ - ] My 2.5 year old will be starting preschool in the fall. At what point during the year do we have to commit to sending him there for a second year? If we want to change to a particular school (at which admission is not assured) do we have the opportunity to apply and get results (on the usual ISAAGNY schedule) before we commit to the next year at his current preschool? Or are we effectively locked in to the current school? 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
Preschool/Kids 05.06.15, 08:45 PM Flag
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At dds school you have to give a small deposit ($150) to hold your spot but tuition deposit isn't due until closer to the end of the year, at which point you'd know if you were accepted to the other school... [ Reply | More ]
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Is that isaagny though?? Most preschools require contract/deposit in January and notification day is end of February. Ours was 20% (maybe more) deposit. [ Reply | More ]
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Is this on UES? Never heard such a low deposit. [ Reply | More ]
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Schools need to know how many slots to offer and they do that by requiring renewal before they decide on admissions. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:32 PM Flag
[ - ] So I finally heard the song "Fancy" and saw its music video. No offense, but is that girl mentally-slow? She speaks in a manner consistent with "developmental difficulty." 5 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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White girls shouldn't rap. [ Reply | More ]
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I think that's just the combo of Australian accent and trying to sound like a thug... [ Reply | More ]
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This. And I'm Australian!! [ Reply | More ]
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+1 [ Reply | More ]
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i would like to be slow and have millions in my bank account [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
[ - ] Looking for some new t-shirts for general daytime wear. Not looking to spend a ton and want something that holds up well. What are some favorite brands/sources? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:40 PM Flag
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Do not flame but Kohl's has the best t-shirts. They are on sale now too for $7. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:43 PM Flag
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OP- Thanks! Great suggestion, I've gotten from them in the past and almost forgot. [ Reply | More ]
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YW! I had forgotten too and was just there this weekend because I needed to get some shorts for DS. Great shirts. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:47 PM Flag
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I love the Target Mossimo brand t-shirts. LOFT has 40% sales a lot. Can get t-shirts for $11. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:45 PM Flag
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wonderful, thanks! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:47 PM Flag
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Everlane [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:52 PM Flag
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Gap is having a sale right now too [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:56 PM Flag
[ - ] Has anyone had their membranes stripped to bring about labor? 15 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:40 PM Flag
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Yes. Dd born 24 hours later after 5 hour labor and 15mns pushing. 1st baby. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:44 PM Flag
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I had a very similar experience. 2nd baby though. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:47 PM Flag
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Does it hurt? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:52 PM Flag
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OR it hurt like hell while it was happening but that was only a few seconds. Cramping all day after that. Woke up in the morning feeling fine and my water broke. Contractions started a couple of hours later [ Reply | More ]
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Thx. So no bleeding? It sounds so invasive? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:56 PM Flag
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Not for me [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:58 PM Flag
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np: as opposed to a cervix check? I didn't have my membranes stripped but i did have them broken when i was in labor twice -- which is pretty darn intrusive (doc basically sticks a giant crochet hook in your vagina). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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I'm 36 weeks and had my cervix checked today and I'm having stomach/back cramps. It hurt like hell! [ Reply | More ]
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Yes 2x. Both babies born that day [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 08:59 PM Flag
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I had it done twice with my first. Yes, twice. It didn't work. :( [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:02 PM Flag
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I had a sharp pain when ob was examining me and went into labor 12 hours later. I was 39 weeks but I always wonder if he did something to help me along. [ Reply | More ]
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Posted above - this totally happened to me [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:03 PM Flag
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he might have stretched your cervix -- my OB did that,with my consent, with #2 and it got labor going in fewer than 12 hours. [ Reply | More ]
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Yes. Did not work. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:26 PM Flag
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Yes, at about 3 pm. Did not hurt. Had DD at 3:15 a.m. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.06.15, 09:28 PM Flag
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