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Aw, I think I'm addicted to this game, lol!

 

 

- Breakfast and lunch staples

 

Gently> you might want to look at a food pyramid, as those aren't listed. So not quite balanced. Maybe, throw in a few vegetables?

 

But, hey, if they work for you, who am I to tell you what, or what not to eat!

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Aw, I think I'm addicted to this game, lol!

 

 

- Breakfast and lunch staples

 

Gently> you might want to look at a food pyramid, as those aren't listed. So not quite balanced. Maybe, throw in a few vegetables?

 

But, hey, if they work for you, who am I to tell you what, or what not to eat!

 

On a positive note though, staples are probably high in iron!

 

Regards,

Kareni

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Does anyone find it frustrating trying to keep a boy in books?

 

 

 

 

 

I'm not touching that one with a 10 ft. pole.

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Does anyone find it frustrating trying to keep a boy in books?

 

 

 

 

 

I'm not touching that one with a 10 ft. pole.

 

It took me a minute to get that one!

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I still don't! Grrrr. Lol!

 

I think it's about the WTM version of "books," which are actually the female body part that's spelled similarly and located on the chest.    :D

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I still don't! Grrrr. Lol!

There is the female body part euphemism, but I was also trying to figure out why someone would want to put a boy into an actual book in the first place. There were a few thoughts flying around in my head when I read that one and typed my response. :D

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Anything to help 5 year old's frequent soft stools?

 

Ummm, what exactly to you want to help them with?

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Going out of my comfort zone.

There is a sixth dimension beyond that which is known to woman. It is a dimension as cozy as a blankie and as timeless as mac and cheese. It is the middle ground between fear and ecstasy, between frump and fashion, and it lies between the pit of woman’s tears, and the summit of her heels. This is the dimension of relaxation. It is an area which we call ... The Comfort Zone.

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Anyone have experience with hives?

 

 

Well, this place is the mother of all hives, is it not?

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Easy finger food recipes/ideas?

 

Honestly, what's wrong with you people!

 

This is pushing it a bit far. Stick with staples!

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have any flea advice?

 

yes, be very good fleas!

don't sass your flea mother

always make your flea bed when you get up

sit straight (if you can)

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Anyone have a Malti-poo?

 

Not at the moment, but I've heard that you can get multi-poos by eating a few packets of prunes.

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I do not like "The Woman Upstairs" should I finish it?

 

Only if it's done in a humane manner.

 

Actually, it goes against the 10 Commandments so leave her be!

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s/o Stocking my toddler shelf :)

 

Ok, I know this doesn't really fit the Game's rules, but I totally read this as "Stalking my toddler self"  :lol:

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Oxford

 

How could I forget those saddle shoes that I had to wear as part of my uniform at Catholic schools?

 

Regards,

Kareni

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"Dads at playdates"

 

how often do your kids' dads have playdates? do you think itks important for their socialization or does it just wear them out? if they do have playdates, are they one on one or in groups? do you pack or serve snacks for them? B)

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Who has a narcassacistic mother?

 

I don't know about a "narcassacistic" mother. Is that a combo of a narcissistic mother and a sarcastic one? 

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