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    *sigh* So don't we all.

    *sigh* So don't we all.
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    Motorcycle laws vary by state. I remember riding...

    Motorcycle laws vary by state. I remember riding on them when I was very young with my uncles, but that was many years ago. A quick Google search indicates the laws haven't really changed much since...
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    Aww, i'll bet he'll look so cute! :wub:

    Aww, i'll bet he'll look so cute! :wub:
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    I'm surprised the officer just left her like...

    I'm surprised the officer just left her like that. It must be a very safe area. Even where I live, where nothing ever happens, an officer would generally either offer the teen a ride home or wait...
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    Ash you camping trip sounds like heaven! I'm...

    Ash you camping trip sounds like heaven! I'm soooo jealous of the pub on the campground, and right next to the play area?! Woo hoo!! Although, you know if they had that in America, all the rednecks...
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    I'm gonna be a sexy grandma!

    I'm gonna be a sexy grandma!
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    :hi:

    :hi:
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    Have fun Ash!

    Have fun Ash!
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    I saw that! It was great!

    I saw that! It was great!
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    :laugh: Now I want to just to see the look on...

    :laugh: Now I want to just to see the look on people's faces!
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    Exactly. There's nothing wrong with being shy at...

    Exactly. There's nothing wrong with being shy at all, and it's awful that society treats shy children as if they're afflicted with something. John & I talked about this and he remembers his mom...
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    I do think we pick up mannerisms and such from...

    I do think we pick up mannerisms and such from the people we're closest to. My nephew is biologically not my brother in law's, but he stands and gestures like him. But I think the core of who we...
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    We used to tease her frequently, actually, about...

    We used to tease her frequently, actually, about her strong academics. Rich was also a high school drop out (he did get his GED, before I did actually). We'd say, "All kids have to rebel. Leave it...
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    Jennifer, you know you could have a biological...

    Jennifer, you know you could have a biological child and have it turn out nothing like you or dh, right? I mean, that appeared to have happened with Bobbie. Sure, she went through a traumatic...
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    I'm especially convinced of it because I know for...

    I'm especially convinced of it because I know for a fact Bobbie and Jesi were raised exactly the same-same parents, economical status, rules, etc. They even dressed the same. They are night and day...
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    I'm convinced of it. Some kids grow up and...

    I'm convinced of it. Some kids grow up and overcome such extremely horrendous life circumstances, with very few (if any) positive role models. How do they do it? It must be their personality. ...
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    I can't speak for anyone else, but what I meant...

    I can't speak for anyone else, but what I meant by the 'ask one time' rule was immediately-at that moment-in the store. Jesi is the only one I recall throwing a fit over a toy she wanted, and I...
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    I do the exact same thing. It only worked with my...

    I do the exact same thing. It only worked with my daughters. Maybe boys (in general) are different, but after having four I firmly believe you really have to parent to the child. No two children...
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    My girls never did. Conner is the only one...

    My girls never did. Conner is the only one that's asked for stuff in the store every single time we go.
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    So does Conner. For the most part, he's stopped...

    So does Conner. For the most part, he's stopped the full blown temper tantrums, but he does get demanding and rude at times.
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    The downside of that, though, is they get to know...

    The downside of that, though, is they get to know the meaning behind the "we'll see" Just the other day Conner told me, "That means YES!" when I told him we'd see about something. I cringed,...
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    I think calling the parents 'liars' is fairly...

    I think calling the parents 'liars' is fairly typical of little kids. That's why they say you should never promise something if there's any doubt about whether or not you'll be able to follow...
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    Oh how I wish!!! Yes, what Kate said. I...

    Oh how I wish!!!


    Yes, what Kate said.

    I think L's idea of having some snacks and unbreakable's in a little one's reach, with permission to help themselves, is a good one. I might do just...
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    :hooray: You must feel like a new woman!

    :hooray: You must feel like a new woman!
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    God that sounds awful. I am glad you were able...

    God that sounds awful. I am glad you were able to somehow manage to have fun despite the sleeping hell you are facing. I worry about you. You cannot continue for long like this. ((hugs))
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