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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
PostPosted: Fri July 20, 2018 7:58 pm 
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OK, team, so my daughter (first and only kid we are having) is now 3 1/2 years old. She is in that testing limits and barriers phase - you know, a threenager. I hear age 4 is a little easier...any truth to that?


nope. sorry.


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EJ wrote:
Coach wrote:
OK, team, so my daughter (first and only kid we are having) is now 3 1/2 years old. She is in that testing limits and barriers phase - you know, a threenager. I hear age 4 is a little easier...any truth to that?


nope. sorry.


Yes. 3 was the worst. Threenager, though? That’s awful. Don’t use that again unless you catch her flicking her bean.


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daft twat wrote:
EJ wrote:
Coach wrote:
OK, team, so my daughter (first and only kid we are having) is now 3 1/2 years old. She is in that testing limits and barriers phase - you know, a threenager. I hear age 4 is a little easier...any truth to that?


nope. sorry.


Yes. 3 was the worst. Threenager, though? That’s awful. Don’t use that again unless you catch her flicking her bean.


How do you know she's not doing that already?


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daft twat wrote:
EJ wrote:
Coach wrote:
OK, team, so my daughter (first and only kid we are having) is now 3 1/2 years old. She is in that testing limits and barriers phase - you know, a threenager. I hear age 4 is a little easier...any truth to that?


nope. sorry.


Yes. 3 was the worst. Threenager, though? That’s awful. Don’t use that again unless you catch her flicking her bean.


How do you know she's not doing that already?

My oldest son just hit 4.5 and it has been a great, noticeable change from his 3-4 expression.


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From experience, three year olds are the toughest.

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My 4 yr old is tough at the moment.


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My 4 yr old is tough at the moment.

what's he up to?

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I need to have some kids so I can contribute to this thread.

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daft twat wrote:
EJ wrote:
Coach wrote:
OK, team, so my daughter (first and only kid we are having) is now 3 1/2 years old. She is in that testing limits and barriers phase - you know, a threenager. I hear age 4 is a little easier...any truth to that?


nope. sorry.


Yes. 3 was the worst. Threenager, though? That’s awful. Don’t use that again unless you catch her flicking her bean.


threenager is a common phrase over here where it just means they act like an entitled baby.

I would say that the majority of people feel 3 is the worst, with 4, 5 slightly better so I will continue to accelerate space time to a year ahead

Incidentally, so far today she's been very good.


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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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That is an idiotic term.


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That is an idiotic term.

My younger brother is acting all weird lately. Stupid thirty-threenagers

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My son is having surgery to put in tubes for his ear infections. Anyone else go through this lately?


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I had a tube put into my right ear as a kid. It pretty much stopped my ear infections.


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I had a tube put into my right ear as a kid. It pretty much stopped my ear infections.


I had tubes in both ears as well. I'm just curious about the surgery itself. We're hoping it will help with his balance for walking as well. Right now he can take steps but always defaults to crawling.


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My son is having surgery to put in tubes for his ear infections. Anyone else go through this lately?
No experience with this surgery but surgery experience. Fair or not, it's your job to be the calm and completely supportive person for both your child and your spouse. You get to listen and listen some more. The person of strength they can both rely on, regardless of your own fears or worries about things. Good luck to both you and your son. Tell us how it goes.


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surfndestroy wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
My son is having surgery to put in tubes for his ear infections. Anyone else go through this lately?
No experience with this surgery but surgery experience. Fair or not, it's your job to be the calm and completely supportive person for both your child and your spouse. You get to listen and listen some more. The person of strength they can both rely on, regardless of your own fears or worries about things. Good luck to both you and your son. Tell us how it goes.


What if I am afraid of hospitals/blood? This is a pretty easy surgery by the way. Should be in and out in a few hours.


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Monkey_Driven wrote:
surfndestroy wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
My son is having surgery to put in tubes for his ear infections. Anyone else go through this lately?
No experience with this surgery but surgery experience. Fair or not, it's your job to be the calm and completely supportive person for both your child and your spouse. You get to listen and listen some more. The person of strength they can both rely on, regardless of your own fears or worries about things. Good luck to both you and your son. Tell us how it goes.


What if I am afraid of hospitals/blood? This is a pretty easy surgery by the way. Should be in and out in a few hours.


My youngest daughter had this done when she was around 1 (she's now 5). Its a routine procedure. Just difficult for parents to go through. At least its a quick procedure. It made an immediate, positive difference for my daughter though.


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EJ wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
surfndestroy wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
My son is having surgery to put in tubes for his ear infections. Anyone else go through this lately?
No experience with this surgery but surgery experience. Fair or not, it's your job to be the calm and completely supportive person for both your child and your spouse. You get to listen and listen some more. The person of strength they can both rely on, regardless of your own fears or worries about things. Good luck to both you and your son. Tell us how it goes.


What if I am afraid of hospitals/blood? This is a pretty easy surgery by the way. Should be in and out in a few hours.


My youngest daughter had this done when she was around 1 (she's now 5). Its a routine procedure. Just difficult for parents to go through. At least its a quick procedure. It made an immediate, positive difference for my daughter though.


Yeah, he's pretty much had an ear infection for the past 4-5 months straight. Tried three antibiotics and the shots. Nothing worked.


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my nephew had this done around the age of 2 too. it was wild how much he immediately felt better


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