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  1. Many pros can be cons depending on the family. And vice versa. OP, take a look at your personality and see how it meshes with your goals. Pros: already stated in many posts. Ability to control what grade level the kids are working at. In our case we have accelerated learners and there's only so much they can do about that in B&M school. I personally miss the ability to go on vacation when others are in school and to hit up pumpkin patches and whatnot during the week. Cons: Lack of exercise. I actually found the exercise bit for the kids much improved by going
  2. Keep in mind that she'll be in high school in just a year. Academically, things could be very different. It's a lot easier to accelerate and take more challenging course in high school.
  3. We have an adult Rescue and it’s not that hard. She doesn’t eat multiple times a day. We give her greens each day and feed crickets or super worms maybe twice a week. Baths twice a week. Baths are easy and we just put water in a small sterilite bin with certain drops (removes chlorine maybe?). She chills in there for a few minutes (it’s how they hydrate) and sometimes poops. Proper equipment is a must. Heat lamp plus uv light (Repti-glo 10.0) is critical. Calcium spray for food. Our beardie has metabolic bone disease because the previous owner didn’t use the right lights. You
  4. I’d just get her to the dermatologist. You’ll drive yourselves crazy trying to figure this out on your own. (Says fellow celiac sufferer)
  5. Pamela’s bread mix. Don’t even bother with anything else.
  6. This is like 50% of people I meet. I don’t get it. Even the tiniest bit of effort on their part would give me somethjng to work with.
  7. I assume you mean not snow boots? Booties are all the rage now and come in a variety of styles. http://m.solesociety.com/natasha-dark-mushroom.html Or https://m.zappos.com/p/born-trinculo-brown-leather/product/8735710/color/216
  8. Oh, and if you bring something, put some in a Tupperware for yourself beforehand in case it gets grossly cross contaminated while you’re waiting to get food (like someone drizzling gravy all over the potatoes).
  9. I always assume I can eat the turkey and nothing else. We usually take along a side, a veggie, and a dessert that are safe and eat those. It makes a complete meal. If I’m feeling crazy, I’ll eat mashed potatoes, salad, veggies.
  10. Dead lift. Or trying sticking your butt way out when you squat. It’ll still hit the quads but bring in more butt/hamstring action.
  11. Altra. They are the best if both worlds (barefoot and conventional).
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