• If liberals succeed in taking over the country, when will I start getting free stuff?

    I want my free stuff.
    I want my free stuff.
    17 answers · 19 hours ago
  • If I was born in 2000, did I miss the 90’s?

    Best answer: This is the third question asking if the year 2000 was in the 1990's.

    Relax, breath, and think about it.

    The 1990's were

    1990
    1991
    1992
    1993
    1994
    1995
    1996
    1997
    1998
    1999


    That's all.
    Best answer: This is the third question asking if the year 2000 was in the 1990's.

    Relax, breath, and think about it.

    The 1990's were

    1990
    1991
    1992
    1993
    1994
    1995
    1996
    1997
    1998
    1999


    That's all.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do I do when my 5 year old hates me?

    she says she doesn’t love me anymore and hates me.. she hits, bites and scratches me. She only wants daddy now .. she tells him she loves him but won’t say it back to me ..she wouldn’t even hug me when she came back from Grandmas. I’m balling my eyes out , my child doesn’t even want to be around me. She just... show more
    she says she doesn’t love me anymore and hates me.. she hits, bites and scratches me. She only wants daddy now .. she tells him she loves him but won’t say it back to me ..she wouldn’t even hug me when she came back from Grandmas. I’m balling my eyes out , my child doesn’t even want to be around me. She just screams bloody murder the whole time she’s with me. What do I do ? how can I make her love me ?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Potty training 2 year old boy?

    My son is 2.5 and we have decided to explore potty training. We have elected to go the "cold turkey" route and have removed all diapers during the day time, with the exception of a diaper for use during his nap and one for overnight use as well. We are in no rush to nap or night toilet train right now and... show more
    My son is 2.5 and we have decided to explore potty training. We have elected to go the "cold turkey" route and have removed all diapers during the day time, with the exception of a diaper for use during his nap and one for overnight use as well. We are in no rush to nap or night toilet train right now and I'd be happy if he just peed in the toilet for starters. Because we are using regular underwear (the Gerber training pants), he has peed himself several times already and he has verbally said "I'm wet", which I know is what he needs to feel to associate his urination with going on the toilet. I am just curious as to how long I should wait before pulling back on all of this. I don't want to confuse him by stopping too soon, but I also don't want to spend 2 weeks going through 8-10 pair of underwear and shorts/pants every day either. I am taking him to the toilet every 20 minutes during the day and he has no fear of using the children's potty we have set up. But I guess I just want to know how long other people have gone through the process. If we see no improvement after a significant period of time, obviously he isn't ready and we will pull back a bit and try again in a month or so. We are wary of using a rewards based system right off the bat because he hasn't actually peed in the potty yet and we'd like to have something to escalate to in case he has a hard time initially and we need bribery for the next level.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • My 4yr old melt down HELP?

    My 4yr old is well behaved lovely little girl but over the last week has become a nightmare. We have recently come back from a holiday and both kids (1yr old) are out of there sleep routine which we are working on (any advice would be good). Anyway my four yr old is unwilling to do anything wants her own way hits... show more
    My 4yr old is well behaved lovely little girl but over the last week has become a nightmare. We have recently come back from a holiday and both kids (1yr old) are out of there sleep routine which we are working on (any advice would be good). Anyway my four yr old is unwilling to do anything wants her own way hits scream we have tried time out but she just screams sorry we talk to her about her behaviour when shes calm but this just keeps happening.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • People born in the 20th century (1900-1999): Does it make you feel better than the first two digits of your year of birth begin with 19?

    Best answer: It is just a number. I really don't care. I have no control of the year I was born in so I don't obsess over it.
    Best answer: It is just a number. I really don't care. I have no control of the year I was born in so I don't obsess over it.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • How can I help child in my class with separation anxiety?

    I am a dance teacher and am teaching a class of 4 year olds for the first time (in the past I have always worked with older dancers). One of my students has pretty bad separation anxiety and cries the entire hour-long class (I personally feel an hour is a little long for 4 year olds, but I am not the one who makes... show more
    I am a dance teacher and am teaching a class of 4 year olds for the first time (in the past I have always worked with older dancers). One of my students has pretty bad separation anxiety and cries the entire hour-long class (I personally feel an hour is a little long for 4 year olds, but I am not the one who makes that decision). She will stop wailing if I pick her up and hold her, but she still quietly cries even then, and as the teacher, I have an obligation to all my students, not just her, and I can’t be very effective as a teacher if I’m holding a child the entire class. I tired giving her a stuffed animal, I tried reasoning with her and explaining her mom would come to pick her up after class, and I tried giving her special jobs to get her mind off it. Nothing seems to help. I have considered trying some tough love and just letting her cry it out without babying her too much so she doesn’t get used to being coddled every time she comes to dance class, but I would feel downright mean just ignoring her and letting her cry. Moms, dance teachers, and pre-school teachers, what kinds of things have you found successful in helping young children get over their separation anxiety?
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is Hillary Clinton too old and too unhealthy to run for president a third time ???

    Best answer: No way!
    That girl's got moxie!
    Pump her full of the meds and hide the colostomy bag and she's gold!
    Third times the charm!
    Best answer: No way!
    That girl's got moxie!
    Pump her full of the meds and hide the colostomy bag and she's gold!
    Third times the charm!
    23 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Question for Trump supporters - Do you watch FOX News?

    I'm proud to be a Trump supporter. However, I hate people telling me I'm brainwashed by FOX News simply because I don't ever watch it. I don't watch TV period. I'm a Millennial, I get my news online. I think only old people watch TV nowadays. Question for Trump supporters - Do you watch FOX... show more
    I'm proud to be a Trump supporter. However, I hate people telling me I'm brainwashed by FOX News simply because I don't ever watch it. I don't watch TV period. I'm a Millennial, I get my news online. I think only old people watch TV nowadays. Question for Trump supporters - Do you watch FOX News?
    27 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How easy is it to cause shaken baby?

    I feel like I’m always having to wrestle my 1 1/2 year old to get him to lay down so I can change his diapers. If I ask him to lay down he’ll run around playing but if I pretend to ignore him he’ll listen and lay down. That is until I get near him then he’ll quickly get up and run away again. Earlier he wasn’t... show more
    I feel like I’m always having to wrestle my 1 1/2 year old to get him to lay down so I can change his diapers. If I ask him to lay down he’ll run around playing but if I pretend to ignore him he’ll listen and lay down. That is until I get near him then he’ll quickly get up and run away again. Earlier he wasn’t listening and he sat down on our couch. So I took that as opportunity to change his diaper. He wouldn’t lay down so grabbed him by his ankles and started pulling him slowly to lay him down on his back but he tried rolling over and I quickly moved him back over to his back by his ankles. I am worried that since I used a bit of force to roll him back over that it’s shaken baby. He’s my first kid so I’m always worried any bit of force can cause shaken baby.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Son is obbessed with fire hydrants?

    My 5 year old son is obbsessed with fire hydrants for some reason. Everytime he sees one he gets excited. He only likes certain ones though. He likes the "new ones" only an red ones. Everytime i go to the store he always has to stop an look at them an is trying to figure out how they work. What do i do??... show more
    My 5 year old son is obbsessed with fire hydrants for some reason. Everytime he sees one he gets excited. He only likes certain ones though. He likes the "new ones" only an red ones. Everytime i go to the store he always has to stop an look at them an is trying to figure out how they work. What do i do?? Is this normal for a 5 yesr old??
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I get my 6 year old daughter to stay put?

    My 6 year old is in my opinion overly adventurous. She thinks that she can do anything and as a result she is constantly hurting herself, be it a bruise, a scrap, needing stitches most recently. I tell her to stop, I spank her, and I’ve tried just making her sit....she generally either ends up crying from getting... show more
    My 6 year old is in my opinion overly adventurous. She thinks that she can do anything and as a result she is constantly hurting herself, be it a bruise, a scrap, needing stitches most recently. I tell her to stop, I spank her, and I’ve tried just making her sit....she generally either ends up crying from getting hurt or crying because her punishment as a result of punishment from not stopping. I’m tired of hearing her cry and I just need her to chill the hell out for 5 mins. No adhd drugs, she’s not hyperactive...she focuses fine. She’s just reckless
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • The baby I’m babysitting fell on her back on concrete?

    I was babysitting a one year old today and she was sitting on a chair that had no back. I was right next to her and she fell back and hit her back and maybe head on the concrete. I picked her up right away but she was crying a lot. Her mom warned me before to be careful when she sits on that chair. She is a very... show more
    I was babysitting a one year old today and she was sitting on a chair that had no back. I was right next to her and she fell back and hit her back and maybe head on the concrete. I picked her up right away but she was crying a lot. Her mom warned me before to be careful when she sits on that chair. She is a very very nice lady so I feel absolutely guilty. I’ve been thinking about it all day and I can’t get the image of her on her floor out of my head. I don’t even want to go back because I’m a terrible babysitter now. Should I even go back? I think if I do i might have a panic attack.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is 24 too old for a 18 year old?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My daughter has been sent home from daycare several time this year for having a fever, who do I talk to so this stops happening?

    I am just getting so frustrated. She has been sent home this year several times from her daycare for having a fever. I understand laws and keeping everyone healthy. But this is getting out of hand. EVERY SINGLE TIME they call us we have to leave work early. The problem is every time they say she has an... show more
    I am just getting so frustrated. She has been sent home this year several times from her daycare for having a fever. I understand laws and keeping everyone healthy. But this is getting out of hand. EVERY SINGLE TIME they call us we have to leave work early. The problem is every time they say she has an astronomical fever. When they call I’m at her daycare within 20 minutes then I bring her right to the doctor right away. Each and every time we bring her to the doctor she has no fever and they can’t see why she was sent home. If she was really sick how could she lose her supposed fever of 103 to 98.7 in a matter of 20 minutes. They don’t give her medicine either. I’m just getting so mad about getting pulled away from my classes and work for her not to be sick.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago