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I was at seaworld 2 weekends ago and this little girl was wondering all by herself (her mom had 2 other kids and the dad was drinking a beer talking on cell phone [drater]), nobody tried to take her, they all tried to help find her mom, which we did not much later (she was about 50 yards ahead).
stop being so paranoid. kids have survived for how many years in big crowds/cities?
btw, on the wipes warmer, its a nice addition to your own bathroom when the babies grow up. perfect on those cold winter nights :)
means you need to work on discipline...
some people have their nursery (and all bedrooms) on the second floor. I`m not going to just start tossing diapers out the window, this thing keeps the smell at bay until I empty it on trash day (twice a week). the solution you suggested is my travel solution, used grocery sacks get tied and taken out immediately.
the article in general is poorly written, some of the sentences really just don`t make sense:
"I tried to reason with this product until I came to the conclusion that all it was doing was (fine to this point...then) crap and piss warm for you" what?
the wipe warmer is also nice, I know I don`t like ~75* wetness on me especially if I`m having trouble regulating my temperature. unit <$25, refill for the wet-pad (used for warming) 2 for $10. uses regular wet wipes.
the leash is wrong and so is the man boobs for feeding.
the book is great for teenagers or 20 year olds, I know we read through it, but don`t buy it...you can check it out at the library and return it, its not worth keeping.
my sister got a diaper genie at her baby shower. it`s never been used, even once. used turd catchers go into a grocery bag, get tied and thrown out the back door into a trash can in the yard. what kind of person wants a container full of pooty diapers sitting around their house?
As for leashes, it allows your child to walk freely, at a much younger age. It gives your child the an advantage over parents that keep their kids home or, stupidly, allow them to wander along the side of the street with no protection. Now, if you are using it on your 3 year old...