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[ - ] I just heard that NEST sent home acceptance letters erroneously! 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
New York City 05.30.08, 07:53 AM Flag
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Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see. The DOE sends out acceptance and placement letters. Do you mean middle school? Where did you "hear' this? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:58 AM Flag
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There was a poster yesterday who said her dc received a rejection from NEST middle school, only to have them call and say that dc was actually accepted and they made a mistake. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:59 AM Flag
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That was me. I have not heard of any erronoeous acceptance letters, though. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:00 AM Flag
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np, congrats on acceptance. Where did your child go to elementary? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:01 AM Flag
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Thanks- PS116 [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:02 AM Flag
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nice! I have a friend whose son was in 116 g&t and is probably going to hunter! Its a good school. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:03 AM Flag
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then your friends kid is at middle school now (6th grade) as hunter accepts only in k and 7th grade. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 10:23 AM Flag
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Obviously [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 11:06 AM Flag
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nnp: (and NEST lower school parent) Congrats. Are you in Manhattan or an outer borough? There are some NEST lists you can get on. (Like through Yahoo.) They are not too busy and pretty useful. G/L See you in Sept. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:04 AM Flag
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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:14 AM Flag
[ - ] Having a C-section early next week. Any tips? Helpful hints? 6 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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Make sure they give you Gas-X starting as soon as you wake up. Bring lip balm, for some reason my lips were so dry. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:54 AM Flag
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peppermint tea was helpful for me w/ the gas [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:00 AM Flag
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ask them to not put the catheter in until they take you into the actual operation room. That was a lifesaver for me with #3; signed mom who had 3 c-sections. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:03 AM Flag
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np: YES!! They don't need to put it in until after you get the spinal. Can't imagine why some hospitals don't wait. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:05 AM Flag
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do you hair now because you will not be able to stand straight up for a few days. NOt like an up do but wash and curlers or something. My hair was ragged for about 3-4 days after baby. If you bed is high off the groung put a foot stool next to it before you leave for the hospital. bring yoga pants or sweats to go home in jeans are not a good option they push on the scar. Hope that helps. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:06 AM Flag
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take the meds, even if you dont feel like you need them. the point is not to be in pain. walk as soon as they let you. shower as soon as they let you. let them bring the baby to the nursery and then back to you for feedings - you need to rest to heal. get the catheter after the spinal. once they take the catheter out, pee often. b/c the muscles have been cut, you don't feel the need to pee soon. however, when your bladder gets too full it's SUPER painful, and you dont realize what its from. drink drink drink. You will swell after, so make sure to drink lots of water to flush your system. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:24 AM Flag
[ - ] CNET: Why are you recycling old posts? We're on to you... 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:51 AM Flag
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Which posts? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:01 AM Flag
[ - ] what was the first food (after rice cereal) you gave to dc? 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:48 AM Flag
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sweet potatoes [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:00 AM Flag
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buffalo chicken wings [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:47 AM Flag
[ - ] Evidence of the Craziness of the Testing: our DC: SB 99, OLSAT 84, ERB 99. 57 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
Preschool/Kids 05.30.08, 07:48 AM Flag
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That doesn't sound crazy to me. SB is IQ test. ERB has some sections (not all ) from a different IQ test and OLSAT is an achievement test. Seems totally fine. They are really young children and many factors affect testing. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:53 AM Flag
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I guess I should add, I think it is nuts to test a four year old, but everyone who took any or all of these tests chose to do so. It's not like they are required. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:54 AM Flag
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Hey OP. Who choses to go that route? If there were excellent zoned schools we wouldn't have to. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 11:48 AM Flag
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No, they're not - SB and ERB are highly reliable individually administered tests developed for 4-yr olds, and OLSAT is adaptation of unknown reliability. Of course ERB and SB will agree. They all measure the same thing, cognitive ability. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 09:04 AM Flag
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educational psychologist here: you are incorrect. all measure cognitive ability, without exception. this ability is influenced by various factors in young dcs including development, exposure and testing conditions, especially including the tester and how the dc is handled. the olsat is not given in a way to pull out answers from a non-forthcoming dc, and thus, some kids will not do as well with this format. some kids will do better with some testers who really pull for them, sometimes inappropriately, and beyond what is called for in the guidelines. so the OP's dc may have various factors that affect this constellation of scores. the idea that one test results in a score that we call IQ makes no difference whatsoever. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 11:14 AM Flag
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If you look at the operational definition for "intelligence" as tested by the SB or WPPSI you'll see that what they are testing is remarkably similar to the operational definition for cognition as tested by the OLSAT. So, you can call it whatever you w want. these are all just constructs - but it's beyond debate that the OLSAT is a lot like an IQ test. And no one ever said it was validated for use with this age group, so there's no point in throwing that in there to boost your argument; it's a moot point. The OLSAT is similar to an IQ test. Period. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:50 PM Flag
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np. I'm happy you agree so strongly with what I wrote to want to repeat it, but if you're going to quote people word for word it's considered poor form not to acknowledge it in some way. Even on an anonymous message board. Thx. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.31.08, 08:45 AM Flag
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OR here: When I said "they all measure the same thing", I meant all three - SB, ERB and OLSAT. SB and ERB are gonna agree because they are both good tests, while comparatively crappy one, OLSAT, is more likely to be off. The best estimate of child's IQ is SB given by psychologist, a little worse is abbreviated WIPPSI (ERB) given by well-trained non-pro, and by far the worst of the three is OLSAT given by poorly-trained teacher under time constraint of mass group testing. Kids that young cannot be tested accurately in such conditions, and there is no evidence that they are. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 06.06.08, 07:47 AM Flag
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Most are. Enough are. That's good enough. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 01:14 PM Flag
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The OLSAT is multiple choice. How could that not be relevant? How can you test the ability to make connections and think creatively with a multiple choice test? YOu've posted before and never have an answer to this question. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 02:38 PM Flag
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IQ tests that you as an adult take are multiple choice, too. The form of the test only matters if you want to consider the maturity of a child when it comes to taking tests. The questions and problems on all those tests that are asked assess the same more or less. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:05 AM Flag
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Actually that sounds like so many scores I've heard of last year. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:54 AM Flag
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OP. I suppose that the part I object to is that my DC -- who has all of these wonderful qualities (like all of our dcs) and actually does exceptional on iq tests, has no chance of going to anderson or any other G&T program. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:08 AM Flag
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Well, maybe the forces at work know that your dc wouldn't thrive at Anderson. Not every school is for every child no matter how high they score on an IQ tesst. KWIM? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:09 AM Flag
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what's "KWIM?" [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:10 AM Flag
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np - Know what I mean? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:10 AM Flag
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sounds dirty to me [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:08 PM Flag
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op. i prefer KWIMJ - know what i mean jellybean - but i see your point. just means we have to work that much harder to pay for all of this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:16 AM Flag
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firstly, your kid will do well in general ed. Secondly, you can take the test again for first grade. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:18 AM Flag
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No Hunter or private? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:19 AM Flag
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op -- didn't get into hunter. will be applying to private this fall. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:29 AM Flag
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You can try G&T again next year, there are first grade spots in most schools. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:31 AM Flag
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Every kid tests different. Our DC got a 97 on the SB and a 98 on the OLSAT/BRSA. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:36 AM Flag
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vba [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 02:04 PM Flag
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Our ds scored 99 on all three tests, but I have posted before that I know a few kids that made Hunter Round 2 and scored below cut-off on OLSAT. I also know one dc with an 88 SB/90 ERB who got a PERFECT score on the OLSAT. It is not an IQ test, but a school readiness test. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:58 AM Flag
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NP: I think that it's a joke calling it a "school readiness" test. I know quite a few kids in upper grades who are at the top of their classes, yet still bombed their OLSATs in G&T testing. Which is a better correlate as to how well they will do in school- the OLSATs or the teacher's evaluation? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 09:11 AM Flag
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these are just terms and really are not useful...if anything misnomers. these tests assess various cognitive functions. some give and IQ score, some don't. in 4 yos, they are all looking for school readiness and cognitive ability in one way or another. development, exposure and practice with concepts and testing format all come into play [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 11:17 AM Flag
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I know of 2 kids going to hunter who made nowhere near the olsat cutoff (low 80s and a high 70s). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 02:08 PM Flag
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maybe they are just not that smart, and sb was related to Janet jackson or something [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:30 PM Flag
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neither did jj [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.31.08, 01:26 PM Flag
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those kids at Hunter had the same SB tester. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:15 AM Flag
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not crazy at all. btw, i know plenty of kids who scored high 90s on SB and mid to low 80s on ERB, and vice versa. it's the vagaries of testing young kids. happens all the time. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 09:30 AM Flag
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Tests on children this young are a total crapshoot. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 11:18 AM Flag
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agree [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 01:26 PM Flag
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Testing 4 year olds in so insane. I wish ALL our kids went to zoned schools K-2, "g&t" beginning in 3rd, with opportunity to test in for 4th or 5th. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.31.08, 08:57 AM Flag
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that sounds brilliant. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 06.06.08, 06:55 AM Flag
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I couldn't agree more and have posted that here, too. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 01:27 PM Flag
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tritto [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 02:43 PM Flag
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quatro [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 06:18 PM Flag
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What do the kids who are reading and doing math several grades ahead of their peers in Kindergarten do when there are no gifted programs until 3rd grade? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 06:56 AM Flag
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I think this is a far more limited number than the vast majority in G&T (especially district programs). Perhaps you have add a few citywide programs (in other boroughs) that start in K, or you have fewer K-2 G&T classes, then expand programs in 3rd grade. Somehow many school districts have figured out how to do this. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:28 AM Flag
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my K kid is reading many grades above peers. in gen ed. not an issue--at most schools, kids choose books to read from appropriate level. there are lots of other things to do as a group and then actual math, reading, and writing work is individualized. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:36 AM Flag
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I love when the voice of reason chimes in. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:37 AM Flag
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How is this different than testing into a G&T middle school for 6th grade instead? To late? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:06 AM Flag
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97 SB, 65 Olsat here [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 06.06.08, 07:02 AM Flag
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That stinks! So close to Hunter and not even in the game for any G&Ts! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 05:53 PM Flag
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I am very sure OR's child is doing just fine wherever she ended up. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:06 AM Flag
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That's not very uncommon. Plenty of high scoring erb/sb testers experienced the OLSAT Split. There really are camps of people who believe the OLSAT is crappy,in some instances administered by persons of dubious qualifications and temperaments, age inappropriate for the kids tested in nyc and a poor indicator of true 'giftedness'(I'm in that tent and our child got the best possible score) and the camp that feel it is a measure of giftedness(as long as it gets their kid out of gen ed). [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 06:01 PM Flag
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It's also interesting how many of the 'surprise', lower-scoring OLSAT kids don't err on any of the BSRA ?s. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 06:27 PM Flag
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just the opposite for us. dc pretty much aced the olsat but apparently couldn't pick out a triangle to save his life (which is just nuts). i thought about challenging the score, but figured what's the point. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.23.08, 06:48 PM Flag
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Have you tried to challenge the results? A friend of mine's child didn't do great on the BRSA and she put in an inquiry. It was a grading mistake and was fixed. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:10 AM Flag
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wow. i guess it's too late to challenge at this point. good to know, though. thanks. maybe he'll have a shot next year. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:39 AM Flag
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The BRSA is just an assessment on what your child knows. Shapes, colors, numbers, letters, etc. That part has absolutely nothing to do with the OLSAT. Since the DOE wants to test for learning deficiencies as well in the future the BRSA is a good tool for that. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:08 AM Flag
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Fine, but why include the learning disablity test with the so called gifted test, then? Just test kids with both, but don't combine BRSA with OLSAT scores. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:14 AM Flag
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The BRSA is not a learning disability test per se. It can be used for that. It can also make sure that your child is on par with her peers when it comes to general knowledge. How is this not important when it comes to G&T assessment? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:27 AM Flag
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Our DC: SB 95, OLSAT 99, didn't take ERBs [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:17 AM Flag
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Ours was SB 96, OLSAT 99. It made sense to me because I think dd gets extra "points" for focus, ability to follow directions, etc. I agree that it's mostly an IQ test but I think that the big difference b/t those with high SB and high OLSAT and high SB and low OLSAT is ability to sit still and answer 128 questions. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 09.24.08, 07:42 AM Flag
[ - ] how quickly after conception can you find out if you're pregnant (by taking a blood test)? 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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in about a week, i believe [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:48 AM Flag
[ - ] frustrated dh here w/pointed question for insecure moms: what does your dh do to make you feel sexy/desired, and does it work? 9 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:41 AM Flag
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Well, I'm not insecure anymore. DH just always tells me how great I look and is all over me, not just in bed but just touchy-feely in general. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:43 AM Flag
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(op) I'm exactly the same way - and I'm totally sincere, too - but dw is still kind of a shrinking violet... [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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Can you ask her what she'd LIKE you to do? Do you think she could articulate what the issue is? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:47 AM Flag
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no - I've been down this road with her before. She looks fantastic but admittedly her stomach and boobs aren't what they used to be after db #2. Not terrible, but not what they were before dbs. She won't undress with the light on and sometimes gets self-conscious when I look at her during sex. I can't keep my hands off her after 15 years together and she gets stares on the street from other men, but none of that seems to matter to her. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:51 AM Flag
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Maybe it's time for a therapist? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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You said DH is all over you/tells you you look great - do YOU think you look great? The problem is in her head and I'm trying to get her to see herself the way I (and most people) see her. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:54 AM Flag
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I don't think I look great actually. But I'm aware that I look pretty good for being 40 and having two kids, and I know very well that hiding from DH will ruin our marriage. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:55 AM Flag
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he doesn't really do anything special but I love him anyway. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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tell me I look great, make me feel irresistible [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:53 AM Flag
[ - ] Did DOE farm out the 41/3 lottery too? When will we hear? 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
NY Schools 05.30.08, 07:41 AM Flag
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I thought it was pretty well established, they had a company in PA do the basic data entry. Everything else they did. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:43 AM Flag
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What? I don't understand? They did farm out the lottery to PA (like the prek admissions) or they did not? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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they paid a company in Pennsylvania to have that company take your piece of paper and put the information on it into a computer program. The actual lottery and all the real work was done by DOE staff. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:50 AM Flag
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I'm sorry, I'm being so dense, but could you answer a few more questions? How do you know and what do you mean the actual lottery was done by DOE - what do you define as actualy lottery? Are you saying the sent all of the 41/3 apps to PA. Someone in PA typed names, addresses and preferences in the computer and then.....? what happened to determine placement? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
[ - ] Im renting a house in East Hampton for a few weeks this summer, but i see that the non-resident beach passes are sold out! Day passes are available, but not on the weekends. Can anyone suggest other options? TIA. 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
New York City 05.30.08, 07:40 AM Flag
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this is why the Hamptons is bad in a$$. No option that I am aware of other than day passes. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:43 AM Flag
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hope you have a pool. no other options. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:49 AM Flag
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Can you get a pass from the owners? That's really lame. However, my friends in East Hampton don't even go every weekend, I have to make them, they want to stay at the pool. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:01 AM Flag
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np: We pretty much always stay at the pool too. Or do other stuff, just not the beach. I think beach is overrated, too cold for real swimming, you have to watch kids like a hawk and can't relax for one minute. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:36 AM Flag
[ - ] I'm soooo over all of your public vs. private school postings. Happens every year. 16 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:40 AM Flag
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They are silly in a general sense, but I enjoy comparing a specific private to a specific public if people have a choice, but you can always collapse. Litte dash at beginning of the OP. Then they won't bother you. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:42 AM Flag
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I agree. Like 158 vs. a UB second tier; Dalton vs. Hunter/Anderson; LL or PS6; Anderson the Tribeca school is also a toughie. I also understand there are many people that live in poor areas and have very little money, but on UB I get the feeling there are a disproportionate number of people that don't see private NYC schools as a luxury option that everyone isn't entitled to. I love the city but if I can't afford a good zone/am not happy with my choices I will move somewhere with good schools. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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so you are normal. welcome to the minority on UB. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:55 AM Flag
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Well, the jury is still out. Soon I could be writing. Oh no, I'm off to the suburbs and I am so depressed, what will I do! I am too poor for NYC at $400K, they did not recognize dd is gifted and they are driving the UMC families out of the city. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:58 AM Flag
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LOL. Want to be friends? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:00 AM Flag
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Yes, but only until your kid gets into Anderson and mine doesn't OR you sell out and go private. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:05 AM Flag
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rofl. my dc is at progressive public general ed, yours? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:06 AM Flag
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I am (see not normal) am watching people post, figuring out how everything works and applying next year to G&T or moving to a new zone (I'm in 198). Unfortunately, I can see I am going to have to just tour the schools and speak to parents at pick up to get the scoop. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:08 AM Flag
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np - Did you tour 198 this year? What did you think? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:12 AM Flag
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I actually didn't tour it yet. The test scores do not look very good. It's actually sad b/c if you look at the zone map, there are maybe six "bad" streets and then I guess no one sent their kids there and they have a separate G&T... I know I'm part of the problem, but I want to send DD somewhere with good scores. I think I am going to try to tour 158 & 290 and look into 59. I toured 6 but the zone is so expensive. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:19 AM Flag
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Yes, tour as many as you can. You get better and better at it. Try the following, 158, 40, 116, 212, 150, 3, 6, 59 and 198. That will give you a really good look at the schools and show you how incredibly different they are from one another. Then when you have it narrowed down to a couple, go to pick up and drop off and ask moms some quick questions - and go to the closes public playground after school and just sit near a group of women engaged in heated conversation - chances are they are talking about the school - you learn SO much that way. The report cards (the write up) are also telling. Ours was right on. Good luck. Oh, and tour some of the privates too - Cathedral, Dalton, UNIS - then you can compare. I had a blast looking. You probably will too [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:13 AM Flag
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Oh, and tour all of the g&t programs too so you can rank them. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:14 AM Flag
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116 is ending their g&t. this will be the last kindergarten class in Sept 09. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:17 AM Flag
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OH, thanks! I was thinking of applying to a private school just to see what happened. But we can't have our bosses help us if we wouldn't really pony up $33K, hence ruining the experiment. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:20 AM Flag
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- That's a great list, thanks so much! [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:21 AM Flag
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I"m not sure why you posted this. I suggested you tour 116 to get an idea of a traditional school - never said anything about their g&t programs? When her time comes, she should tour ALL the g&t programs that are available as she will need to rank options. Just like I said. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:20 AM Flag
[ - ] strarting to feel lile there is an UES curse. first you hear the helicopters then breaking news and some new disaster... 8 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
New York City 05.30.08, 07:37 AM Flag
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that 's a bit dramatic, don't you think? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:38 AM Flag
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ugh - another nasty UB response. going back to the other site. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:43 AM Flag
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np: Give me a break. What should they call it in East New York? Are they cursed too, or is it just when bad things happen in good neighborhoods? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:50 AM Flag
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don't see the screen door hit you in the ass [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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tootle-loo [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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What is the new disaster? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:46 AM Flag
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crane collapse at 91st and 1st. two confirmed dead. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:52 AM Flag
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Another crane collapse - 91st and 1st, I think. At least 1 fatality. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:53 AM Flag
[ - ] anyone still nursing a 12 m/o? if so, how many times a day? 1 Reply [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:34 AM Flag
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I nursed my dd until she was 1.5yo. when she was 1yo I was nursing her mornings and nights only. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:39 AM Flag
[ - ] monogramming robe for father's day-- initials or "Dad"? it's his first father's day. thanks, 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
Newborn 05.30.08, 07:32 AM Flag
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initials, please, PLEASE [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:44 AM Flag
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ITA. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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op: lol. dad is cheesy, right? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:46 AM Flag
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It's just a robe, it's not like he's going to wear it down the street. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 08:29 AM Flag
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a dh: I don't wear robes BUT if I did, I'd want DAD. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:45 AM Flag
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np: My DH would too. He'd think it was hysterical. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 07:49 AM Flag
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Dad is cute [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 05.30.08, 09:32 AM Flag
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