I'm living in Argentina now and I was thinking recently about the holiday stuff again.
I had decided to do the easter bunny thing and the santa thing but mostly as a celebration of the turning of seasons...kinda pagan I know. But…"
"Your son is adorable. I enjoyed reading your "2 Year" post; very romantic. Love your beagel, we have a lemon one.
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"I am having trouble getting my 3 year old to even try. He argues and refuses no matter what motivators are used (stickers, candy, toys, money, etc). I agree with Jennifer about patience but also don't feel pushed by what they "should"…"
"My son had no interest at all.
About 2 weeks after his 3rd bday I told him no more diaps.
He wore pull ups at nap & bedtime only.
He did really well.
He wears pull ups at night but goes great during the day.
Pooping takes a bit longer for boys…"
Hi everyone. My son recently turned one and I've been looking up info on potty training. I know it might be too soon but I'd like to be ready when he is. Any advise on when is a good time to start or what I should do. I need some tips from actual mommies.thanksxoKittySee More
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I'm 26 and mommy of 1 year old Leonardo Dali. I love to do things with my hands. And I'm currently learning to knit and crochet.
I'm an atheist, painter, sculptor, illustrator, designer, aspiring baker and stranger in a new country. I just moved to Argentina with my hubby and baby and everyday is a new experience.
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