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About MrsWeasley

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  1. My six year old reads quietly to himself during quiet time. Before he could read, he could look quietly at books or listen to an audiobook.
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  3. Truly, if he still complains about his fingers hurting, I don't think he gave guitar enough of a chance. Can you and his teacher find a goal for him to work towards and once he reaches that goal you revisit switching? Can you commit to practicing with him as he works towards that goal?
  4. I haven't done any strength training since I was in high school. Three kids later, I want to ease back into it. I can't fit a gym membership in the budget. I'm more than a little intimidated. Couch25K got me into running, and I would love an easy to follow program like that. Help?
  5. You need a lawyer. I have a brother who is a professional educator who got arrested for a DUI. It's no joke!
  6. A neighbor lets her dogs run free in the woods behind our house. It drives me nuts. These are big dogs that are not well trained. My kids are terrified of them, because they jump up on them and knock them over. My neighbors think my kids are being brats, because they freak out whenever they see those dogs. Whatever. Leash your dogs!
  7. Kindle edition is $20 while the print version is $30, at least on Amazon.
  8. I must have missed the thread on this. I can't decide between pre-ordering the kindle edition or the print edition. I love reading things on my kindle, but I worry a book like this would be difficult to use on the Kindle. Thoughts? Which did you all order?
  9. My six year old is saving money to attend a Suzuki Institute next year. He really wanted to go with his friends from his music school this year, but I don't have the money. I feel bad about it, but mostly because I can't make it happen this year. I don't think it's mean asking him to pay for it next year. If I didn't, he wouldn't be able to go. I think it's the same for your daughter. Letting her pay this year means that next year you have the money to let her go, even if she doesn't make as much money.
  10. I really miss the old mothering forums.
  11. I don't think showers are about helping a new couple get on their feet. Maybe it used to be. But when I had my first kid young, and then I got married young, no one threw me a shower and I didn't have the space or money to host one (plus it's kind of looked down on to throw your own). Most showers I have been to are extravagant affairs for people in their late twenties/early thirties, probably because they have the income to throw a big party. It's definitely worth celebrating! Get them a gift that's not on their registry. Think of it more like a birthday present.
  12. Congrats! Hoping for a sticky baby for you!
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