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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
PostPosted: Tue February 19, 2019 4:04 am 
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Kids rule. Especially age 6 and above. Babies are super cute too.

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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Having never really been around babies/toddlers on an every day basis before, I'm really enjoying seeing my son develop and learn new things every day. Every month just gets better and better.


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That's a really great period. It gets even better when they can start carrying their own stuff around so you're not burdened every time you want to go anywhere.


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That's a really great period. It gets even better when they can start carrying their own stuff around so you're not burdened every time you want to go anywhere.


That's the dream right there.


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Our daughter getting selected out of the lottery for the local preschool (only $225 per month with bussing both ways) is the most relieved we've been regarding anything about her since she got discharged from the NICU. She turns 4 on September 12th, which also means she'll get to go for two years, and, apparently--we didn't know this until after she got selected--this means the twins don't have to enter the lottery and are automatically in, so in 2 years we won't have to go through the same stress with them.

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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Less stress is always awesome.

My son got into the high school program he wanted so he's excited. He also found out that one of his friends got into it as well so he's even more relieved: The high school would be a boundary exception and he was worried about not knowing anyone.

I figure he's going to regret that about one month in when they get different friend groups.


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That's awesome ST!


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Our youngest tried out for the Middle School cheer team all last week. We finally got the news she made it. Then, they proceeded to tell us cheer camp in the summer was $300+ dollars. And, get this, they're already starting practice now, and because it's being held at one of the local gymnastics places, we have to pay $60 a week. Just for fucking cheerleading practice!

I'm officially the dad of a cheerleader. God help me.

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Our daughter getting selected out of the lottery for the local preschool (only $225 per month with bussing both ways) is the most relieved we've been regarding anything about her since she got discharged from the NICU. She turns 4 on September 12th, which also means she'll get to go for two years, and, apparently--we didn't know this until after she got selected--this means the twins don't have to enter the lottery and are automatically in, so in 2 years we won't have to go through the same stress with them.

i hope your insurance offerings include a dependent flexible spending account

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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Simple Torture wrote:
Our daughter getting selected out of the lottery for the local preschool (only $225 per month with bussing both ways) is the most relieved we've been regarding anything about her since she got discharged from the NICU. She turns 4 on September 12th, which also means she'll get to go for two years, and, apparently--we didn't know this until after she got selected--this means the twins don't have to enter the lottery and are automatically in, so in 2 years we won't have to go through the same stress with them.


That's awesome S/T. Really happy for you.

We lost out on the lottery, but our 4-year-old daughter is doing well at a local private pre-school - it's expensive, but open 'till 6 pm which is key for two full-time working parents. ;)

I have other friends who have told me that siblings are always guaranteed to have spots in these lottery situations, which makes sense.


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You should pump out a few more kids and then sell the lottery spots

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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Simple Torture wrote:
Our daughter getting selected out of the lottery for the local preschool (only $225 per month with bussing both ways) is the most relieved we've been regarding anything about her since she got discharged from the NICU. She turns 4 on September 12th, which also means she'll get to go for two years, and, apparently--we didn't know this until after she got selected--this means the twins don't have to enter the lottery and are automatically in, so in 2 years we won't have to go through the same stress with them.


Either you left off a zero on the end of that preschool cost or you are a lucky SOB

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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Simple Torture wrote:
Our daughter getting selected out of the lottery for the local preschool (only $225 per month with bussing both ways) is the most relieved we've been regarding anything about her since she got discharged from the NICU. She turns 4 on September 12th, which also means she'll get to go for two years, and, apparently--we didn't know this until after she got selected--this means the twins don't have to enter the lottery and are automatically in, so in 2 years we won't have to go through the same stress with them.


Either you left off a zero on the end of that preschool cost or you are a lucky SOB


Noooooooooooooope ::air horn:: ::air horn::

Even when the twins get in, it'll only be $550 per month.

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You should pump out a few more kids and then sell the lottery spots


Haha, nope, we are one kid and done. That's enough. I'm too old at this point anyway and I'd like to retire someday. :)


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That sums up parenthood nicely.


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That's a good one.


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 Post subject: Re: RM'ers with kids.
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Last night when my daughter (3.5 years old) was going to bed, she tried to take a big fluffy blanket off of the couch as she walked by it. My wife told her no, that she uses it when she sits on the couch, that she would tuck her into bed and make her comfy and cozy. At 2:00AM last night, our daughter snuck out of her room, got the blanket from the couch, snuck into our room, woke my wife up, and said to her: "I told you I would take it." Psychopath in the making.

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Last night when my daughter (3.5 years old) was going to bed, she tried to take a big fluffy blanket off of the couch as she walked by it. My wife told her no, that she uses it when she sits on the couch, that she would tuck her into bed and make her comfy and cozy. At 2:00AM last night, our daughter snuck out of her room, got the blanket from the couch, snuck into our room, woke my wife up, and said to her: "I told you I would take it." Psychopath in the making.

and so what was the punishment? don't be a pushover.


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Simple Torture wrote:
Last night when my daughter (3.5 years old) was going to bed, she tried to take a big fluffy blanket off of the couch as she walked by it. My wife told her no, that she uses it when she sits on the couch, that she would tuck her into bed and make her comfy and cozy. At 2:00AM last night, our daughter snuck out of her room, got the blanket from the couch, snuck into our room, woke my wife up, and said to her: "I told you I would take it." Psychopath in the making.

and so what was the punishment? don't be a pushover.


i hope he holds out sex with mom until she learns to keep her word

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