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I met a guy on match.com about a year ago. We became fast friends but we never crossed the romantic line until about 3 months ago. So far it has been fantastic. I have never been happier, I truly feel like I found my sole mate and he feels the same way. We've even gotten to the point where we have met each others families.
So, this is the problem. He told me he took down his match.com profile and canceled his subscription over a month ago. I believed him. For whatever reason, I decided to check last week and he was still there and he had been active within just a few days. As of today he has not logged back on but still.... Why does he have his profile up when he told me he took it down? There's nothing else about the relationship that would indicate he's not confident about pursuing just me. I'm so confused. We have tickets for a concert tonight and now I don't want to go. I know I need to confront him but I'm so upset I'm not sure how to bring it up. Any advice is appreciated!4 AnswersSingles & Dating9 years ago
Can anyone give me an idea of why this is happening? When I turn my heat on it blows smoke/steam and fogs up the windows. It's been leaving a white residue. When the heat is off there is still that steam/smoke coming out of the vents. It does not matter if I have the defrost or the regular heat on and it smells. Any ideas of what this could be? Thank you!4 AnswersJeep1 decade ago
It's more like soup. Any ideas of how to thicken it up? Thanks!7 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
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I can't seem to keep up with my 3 year old daughter's toys! It's driving me crazy. Her room is a mess and it will take me at least an hour to get it back together. The problem is the organizational stuff that I have is over flowing. I got rid of a lot of toys a couple of months ago to make room. Any one have a great organizational system that they would like to share?
Thanks!3 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
Thankfully it's not wall to wall and I have cleaned and scrubbed with a carpet spray.I've thought of taking it outside and hosing it down but it is way too heavy. I have guests coming Saturday and the stench has to be gone!
Thanks!5 AnswersCleaning & Laundry1 decade ago
I have taken her to a Dr and prescribed Miralax. Not to get to graphic but the poop simply comes out. She has been fully potty trained for months. She is going to move up to the 3 year old class room in a few weeks and they do not allow pull ups and require the child to be fully potty trained.
Is there an herbal cure that may be better? Any other advice to keep her more regulated besides diet because that has not made a difference.6 AnswersOther - Diseases1 decade ago
Ever since I potty trianed my 2 year old, my beagle has been peeing in the house. She's 7 years old and has NEVER peed in the house except when she was a puppy. Could it be coincidence and she has a health issue or could it be a behaviour issue?
Thanks!6 AnswersDogs1 decade ago
She seems to get embarrassed and hides her head in my arm or lap. I'm not raising my voice just letting her know that something is inappropropriate or dangerous.
In the last month she seems to really internalize it and feel bad about it. I reassure her that she is not bad and explain as much as a two year old will understand.
Is she super sensitive? Any suggestions would be wonderful.5 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
I'm just curious about your schedule during the week.
Here is my schedule:
6:30 a.m. alarm goes off
Time for breakfast, get dressed and light housework
8 a.m. out the door
8:15 daughter is at daycare
8:30 leave for work
5:55 p.m. pick up daughter
run quick errands on some days or just go home
watch a video and/or play with daughter
7:30 p.m. bath
8:15 book and bed time
My daughter is 2 1/26 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
My daughter has been potty trained since the beginning of April. She has been doing exceptionally well. Last weekend I asked her if she had to go potty, she said no and right in front of me peed on the floor. I decided to give her the benefit of the doubt. Maybe it just came out when I mentioned potty.Tonight, we were on our way to the potty for the last potty break before bed and she pretended that she was going to pee on the floor again. I said "no!" let's go to the potty. She walks in to the bathroom and pees on the floor.
There is with no doubt in my mind she did it on purpose because she started laughing and acting like she was very proud of herself.
I don't get really mad that often but I saw red. I had to walk away. I put her down for bed with out the regular routine of books and a small snack and she screamed. After she settled down I went into her room and told her that I loved her. She asked to read books and I said no.
How would you have handled a situation like this?5 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
I'm curious about how different parents would handle a situation like this:
Your pre-schooler is playing ball with another pre-schooler. Your pre-schooler, out of the blue pushes the other pre-schooler. When the other pre-schooler gets up wipes himself off your pre-schooler pushes him again.
Just wondering how parents would discipline their pre-schooler that pushed.8 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
How involved are you with the day care?
Do you ask the teachers questions on a regular basis?
Do you visit your child on your lunch break?
How many hours a day/week is your child at this daycare?
I'm asking because my daughter is in daycare. I'm a single Mom and work a full time job. I drop my daughter off and spend about 15 minutes in the a.m. with the teachers and my daughter. She's one of the last ones to be picked up (which I hate). I feel like I should be asking effective questions since I can't spend a lot of time. I don't feel like I really know how she is doing day in and day out. I get daily reports but it's just a summary. Thankfully she seems very happy and loves her teachers and is all in all a great kid.12 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
Does anyone have any suggestions of activities that I can do with my 2 1/2 year old. I am a single Mom and work 40 hours a week. We come home around 6:30 every evening nad I feed her dinner and would love to know what other parents do with their child between dinner and bedtime. Sometimes we break out the markers or puzzles and other times we go for a walk and there are other times that I just throw in a dvd (which I hate!).
Any other one on one activities would be greatly appreciated!9 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
The cold on my kitchen faucet is leaking. I've googled and have the instruction. However, I can not for the life of me get the get the "working" of the faucet off. I have tried various tools and all the strength that I have. Any ideas?
I have a compression faucet and calling a plumber is not in my budget.3 AnswersDo It Yourself (DIY)1 decade ago