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  • Links to websites about surrogacy?

    Does anyone have a link to a website about surrogacy that involves the father of the child actually sleeping with the surrogate mother, i.e. not using artificial insemination? I need factual links please. This is for a discussion I was having with someone and not for my own personal use. Thank you.

    2 AnswersTrying to Conceive1 decade ago
  • Changing a Toilet Seat--does one size fit all?

    We just bought our first home, and moved in this past weekend. The previous owners had a really tacky toilet seat in the guest bathroom. I decided to switch it with the seat in the master bathroom, since it won't be as noticeable in there until I can buy a new one.

    I found out that the seat from the master bath is a lot shorter than the one from the guest bath and will not fit the toilet--I thought all seats were supposed to be the same size? Isn't that a standard? What do I do when I go to purchase one, i.e. how do I know if it will fit my toilet at home?

    Thanks.

    4 AnswersDo It Yourself (DIY)1 decade ago
  • Exercising while pregnant?

    What excercises are ideal for pregnancy? I know not to exhaust myself, do anything rigorous, no sit-ups/crunches, etc. but what IS allowed besides walking and swimming? I was thinking of taking up yoga, and was wondering if light weight lifting is ok on our bowflex--I have a 30lb. toddler to tote around, so it would be less than that for working out. Thank you.

    3 AnswersPregnancy1 decade ago
  • Chickens as Pets and the Law?

    I am thinking about purchasing a chicken for a pet, but am not sure if it is legal to do so where I am living. I had a couple chickens and ducks when I lived in PA, but it was a rural area that was allowed. I am now living in GA, a surburban type neighborhood with a quarter acre of land. Is this allowed or not? I am not looking for farming several chickens, just having one as a pet. Thank you.

    7 AnswersBirds1 decade ago
  • Growing Peaches?

    I am interested in growing some peaches in my back yard. I live in Georgia, so this seems perfect. However, I was wondering if I could use seeds from peaches I bought at the store that were labeled from Chile, or not? I was thinking they might not work because they were cultivated for the climate of Chile, not Georgia. Should I wait and get seeds from Georgia Peaches?

    5 AnswersGarden & Landscape1 decade ago
  • New Year's Eve appetizers ideas while on a budget?

    Any ideas for quick, easy, and possibly not so expensive appetizers I can serve my family for New Year's Eve? Kid friendly would be nice too, since I have a toddler at home. Thanks!

    13 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
  • Does anybody know about my Barbie doll(1980s)?

    I am trying to figure out a type of Barbie doll I have(it is my first Barbie doll as a child). She is from the late 1980s, probably 88 or 89, since I was born in 85. She is also a ballerina Barbie, she came with a light pink silky leotard, sparkly bright pink long tulle skirt with old fashioned type metal snaps. She came with shoes and a brush, and I'm not sure what else. She was one of the last dolls to have plastic non-bendable legs. She also has silky hair, not the soft kind.

    I want to find out which doll she is so I can look for another one in better condition to put on display.

    Does anyone know anything about this doll, or perhaps point me to a site with a list of all the Barbies ever made? Thanks!

    2 AnswersToys1 decade ago
  • Do you have a recipe for cookies using bananas?

    I have some very ripe bananas I need to use up today. I already made banana bread, and was thinking of trying something new, like a cookie, since I am making holiday cookies today anyway. Does anyone have a recipe for banana cookies? Thanks!

    3 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
  • Toys R Us in Des Moines, IA?

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me if Toys R Us in Des Moines, IA has Melissa and Doug toys or any other wooden toys in stock? I know the website sells them, but I was just curious if the Des Moines store had them. I am going on vacation there, and thought I could possibly wait until I get there to buy my son's presents, instead of buying them online. Thanks!

    1 AnswerToys1 decade ago
  • Waterproofing a suede jacket?

    I bought a nice suede jacket and matching purse last year and never got a chance to wear it. I decided I am going to take it with me on a trip to see family in Iowa. I know it is very snowy and wet there, so would it be important for me to waterproof my jacket and purse before I go? I got a can of waterproofing when I bought it, but never used it. Is this necessary, i.e. will the suede get ruined if it gets wet? Any tips on how to waterproof, or do I just spray it on? Thanks!

    9 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • Can you help me with WIC?

    I have a WIC appt. tomorrow, I have been on it before when I lived in another state, but am just now signing up for it since I moved. I lost the paper that tells me what I need to take with me, and can't remember what they needed before. This is for me(pregnant) and my toddler son.

    I know I need my proof of address(lease), ID cards, proof of income, but what else?

    Oh and I can't find my son's shot record...will that be a big deal? Do I need to take his birth certificate or social security card? Thanks so much for any help!

    14 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
  • Traditions for Women in the military?

    I am doing a report on women in the military, and part of the report, I have to discuss specific traditions for women in the military(i.e. special songs, sayings, customs, etc.). I have searched and searched, but have found nothing but what kinds of jobs and roles women have had(which is good, because I need that too). Does anyone have any knowledge or traditions women have while serving, or past traditions? Maybe a link? Thanks.

    7 AnswersMilitary1 decade ago
  • Recipe for Liquid Face Wash?

    I make my own soap, and am looking to make my own liquid face wash. What should I use as a base? I was thinking of castille soap, but some people tell me that it is too harsh for the face. Anyone have a recipe or ideas? Thanks!

    1 AnswerHobbies & Crafts1 decade ago
  • Cranberry Sauce Ideas?

    I have a 12 ounce bag of cranberries. What can I do to make some interesting and easy sauce for tomorrow? Thanks. :-)

    8 AnswersCooking & Recipes1 decade ago
  • How can I make my own bath confetti?

    I make my own soaps, and was wondering how I could make my own bath confetti? I have searched and searched the internet but have come up with nothing. Does anyone have an idea on how to do this? Thanks!

    2 AnswersHobbies & Crafts1 decade ago
  • Free Christian Online Radio?

    My friend was asking about a free radio station that offers Christian Worship music, other than Yahoo radio. Does anyone know of a site that would have an online radio station on it with worship music? Serious replies only, abuse will be reported. Thank you.

    10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • What is the Japanese word for cucumber?

    The english word for the cucumber that is used in making sushi. Thanks.

    Languages1 decade ago
  • What is the Japanese word for Sea?

    What is the Japanese word for Sea? How would I spell that in English, and what would the character be? Also, Ocean? Thanks!

    7 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
  • Can Someone Help Me With HTML?

    I have a website that uses HTML formatting and I want to put up a song on it that plays in the background while you are browsing my site. How can I do that? Can I use a song on my computer and do that(MP3 file) or does it have to be uploaded onto another site first? Any help would be appreciated thanks!

    8 AnswersProgramming & Design1 decade ago
  • nori in korean cooking?

    i need to get some nori seaweed, and do not know of any japanese groceries where i live, but there is a few korean ones. would they carry nori, and what would it be called? i.e. is it the same word in korean as japanese or is it a different one?

    thanks!

    4 AnswersEthnic Cuisine1 decade ago