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Hi Ladies! I am hoping to get some assistance from you, that would also help traffic to your blog. I am working on a post titled- "Rules of life with a toddler". Tomorrow I will be starting this post, and I welcome you to please join the discussion by leaving a comment here with your own rule, as well as a link to your own blog. I will post your comments as part of the post, with a link back to you. Your help with this would be greatly appreciated! I will be posting the discussion on my FB fan page as well as on Twitter. Would any of you be interested in helping with this? Thank you in advance!

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My rule is that in moderation, TV can be the best babysitter. It's free and it lets you get your work done in peace. As a college student this has proven especially useful!
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I think one rule that I learned to live by the hard way is to not beat myself up if I break a rule! Each toddler is different from another, and I think I've ended up doing all of the things I said I'd never do with my daughter! So, being flexible is a rule that I live by now!

Stephanie

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Thanks Shell and Stephanie. I am putting this posting off for a couple of days in hopes of getting some more feedback. I honestly thought more people would want to participate! I will let you ladies know ASAP when the post goes up. Thanks again :)

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