This posting rubbed me the wrong way.
A New Home Means New Skills:
Learning To Drive (Reluctantly)
|8/26/13 04:31 PM|
I'm working on the earlier vs later potty training model. I just started with my 14 month old twins, hoping to be done by 18 months-2 yrs latest. I primarily let them have a few hours of naked time and offer the potty frequently or after they go. It's like having puppies, haha. We read potty books and model the behavior. All positive with praise and clapping, nothing forced.
Readers' Best Potty Training Advice & Tips Reader Intelligence Report
|7/31/13 10:34 PM|
Very cute! I'm curious about clothes storage. If the closet is a "drawing room" is there another space for shoes and clothes?
Katie's Eccentric Charm Small Cool Contest
|5/14/13 09:46 AM|
I use the Woombie for my twins and love it. I started with blankets and then the Summer swaddle pod when they became more active (and I became more paranoid). When they outgrew those, I looked for something similar and the Woombie won. I have the convertible Woombie, it allows for either arms in or arms out for when the baby can roll over, like mine. It was great having both options, my son was struggling to transition to self soothing so I put his arms in if he was really fussy!
The Woombie: A Better Way to Swaddle? Test Lab Review
|10/26/12 07:58 PM|
I don't think there could ever be a replacement of teachers by computers. That said, I think there are some fantastic uses for tablets in the classroom and home to help the student. If the right software is installed, lessons could be studied at an individual's pace rather than the whole class going at just one speed.
Is Your Home Tablet Your Child's Next School Teacher?
|10/8/12 08:03 PM|