• What will yahoo do after I report a mean comment someone put?

    Also I am wondering did one of my questions get deleted cuz I don’t see it anymore please answer both parts honestly
    Also I am wondering did one of my questions get deleted cuz I don’t see it anymore please answer both parts honestly
    7 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Is it wrong to make my 10 and 4 yr old take a nap every Saturday afternoon while I do my work?

    My 4 ur old son gets sleepy anyway but my 10 yr old daughter will throw a tantrum over it. They sleep from 230pm to 330pm every Saturday and she rarely falls asleep and I put her on restriction by giving he extra chores. They take a nap so that I can grade papers. My 10 yr old daughter will otherwise want to be... show more
    My 4 ur old son gets sleepy anyway but my 10 yr old daughter will throw a tantrum over it. They sleep from 230pm to 330pm every Saturday and she rarely falls asleep and I put her on restriction by giving he extra chores. They take a nap so that I can grade papers. My 10 yr old daughter will otherwise want to be loud with the YouTube videos. She one time threw a tantrum over nap time from 12pm to 245pm last Saturday.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you be offended if someone asked this about your child?

    Best answer: Maybe try being less direct about it. Something like, "Last time I wanted M---- she had some trouble sleeping and I couldn't quite figure out what was wrong. Is there something different I can do this time? Any special routines or comfort items I should know about?" If she's 5, not very verbal,... show more
    Best answer: Maybe try being less direct about it. Something like, "Last time I wanted M---- she had some trouble sleeping and I couldn't quite figure out what was wrong. Is there something different I can do this time? Any special routines or comfort items I should know about?"

    If she's 5, not very verbal, small for her size and still nursing, then yes, she probably does have some physical and developmental delays. The parents really should have been upfront with you about that, but maybe they have had trouble finding childcare because too many sitters are intimidated by the idea of caring for a special needs child. I'm not saying it's right of them to conceal important information, only that they may have been in a real bind. If you don't want to watch the kids again I think that's totally your call.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • 2.7 year old toddler toothache or anger/tantrum? Please help!?

    My toddler is 2.7 years old. She still doesnt talk or listen to me. But last night I actually heard her singing the ABC song. She did really good. Now my issue is I am not sure if her behavior sometimes is tantrum or toothache. If she get upset about something she would scream really loud and start slamming her... show more
    My toddler is 2.7 years old. She still doesnt talk or listen to me. But last night I actually heard her singing the ABC song. She did really good. Now my issue is I am not sure if her behavior sometimes is tantrum or toothache. If she get upset about something she would scream really loud and start slamming her head on the floor. She is refusing to take her naps lately ( after I try to help her to sleep for 3 hours with no success) and goes to sleep around 8 - 9 pm but thats where issues come in. She than would get up at 1 or 2 am screaming crying and wants to be carried. If I dont pick her up she will throw her body like she is possesed on her bed, head slamming on the sides of the bed, head upwards with body up, feet trying to hit me, turning her whole body quick it looks painful and extreme. It scares me that she might hurt herself. She than wont let me sit and hold her but walking and holding her would work (I also pregnant now so its harder to carry her)Than she would fall asleep in my arms and as soon as I approach her bed she would wake up and climb onto me and hold on to me tight screaming and crying. She even starts slamming her mouth on my shoulders or bite me or even she would throw herself backwards in my arms. I know that the last second molar is almost out I was wondering if maybe thats the reason she gets like that at night sometimes or during nap times. What do you think? Did you have any experiance like that? How did you manage it? What is your opinion?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can yahoo delete my questions?

    I asked a name question about my plans for the future and someone put a mean comment saying it is funny and sounds immature Can I contact yahoo to delete it is really bothering me.
    I asked a name question about my plans for the future and someone put a mean comment saying it is funny and sounds immature Can I contact yahoo to delete it is really bothering me.
    4 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Do you think 40 year olds are too old to be a parent of a 14 year old?

    Best answer: Not at all. A 40 year old who is the parent of a 14 year old was 26 when the child was born. If the parent went through 4 years of college, which many people do today, the parent was only 4 years out of college when the child was born. Subtracting 9 months for the pregnancy off of those 4 years out of college... show more
    Best answer: Not at all. A 40 year old who is the parent of a 14 year old was 26 when the child was born. If the parent went through 4 years of college, which many people do today, the parent was only 4 years out of college when the child was born. Subtracting 9 months for the pregnancy off of those 4 years out of college means the parent was just over 3 years out of college when the child was conceived. That means the parent had about 3 years from the time he or she graduated from college to find a good job, get married and get settled into being an adult before starting a family.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • What can I do for assistance?

    I have no idea what to do.. I left my parents house because I was in an abusive household. I had no where to go and could have ended up in a shelter.. but my friend who lives in Texas said I could stay with him in his apartment. So I have a place to stay now.. but I have no car and there s no public transportation... show more
    I have no idea what to do.. I left my parents house because I was in an abusive household. I had no where to go and could have ended up in a shelter.. but my friend who lives in Texas said I could stay with him in his apartment. So I have a place to stay now.. but I have no car and there s no public transportation where I live and I don t have money for food I ve been trying to survive off ramen.. where can I get assistance that I actually qualify for? My roommate has his own bills and job but ik I probably wouldn t qualify because of him for any assistance what do I do..
    4 answers · 22 hours ago
  • My son is 21 months old and doesn't talk?

    He is very smart he knows words but he just doesn't say them. I tell him to throw his dirty diaper in the trash and he will do it. When i tell him something is dirty he throws it in the trash so he knows what the trash is for he just doesn't say it. I tell him to hug his sister, grandmother and grandfather... show more
    He is very smart he knows words but he just doesn't say them. I tell him to throw his dirty diaper in the trash and he will do it. When i tell him something is dirty he throws it in the trash so he knows what the trash is for he just doesn't say it. I tell him to hug his sister, grandmother and grandfather and he will go hug them so he knows what hug means and can distinguish each person but he doesn't call them by any name all he says is something like"eyy". He knows what to do with Kleenex he knows it's to blow his nose so he does it but when he needs one he will point to the Kleenex box and say"ayyy ayyy". The doctor has said he is behind on speech and should know how to say more words by now but doctor didn't put him in any kind of therapy to help him. What is going on with my son he is almost 2 and my daughter was talking complete sentences by 2. I know I shouldn't compare my kids but it's a big difference. I've tried flash cards and constantly repeat things to him so he can learn the meaning and learn how to pronounce it but it's not helping he doesn't talk at all. What else can I do and is this some type of disorder? Any past experiences are appreciated!
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Should I put my daughter in diapers?

    My Wife passed away from cancer five months ago. My family is having a really hard time right now as we are trying to deal with her loss. I have a five year old daughter who started wetting the bed a couple weeks ago and she has a wet bed every morning. I brought her to see her pediatrician and he did numerous of... show more
    My Wife passed away from cancer five months ago. My family is having a really hard time right now as we are trying to deal with her loss. I have a five year old daughter who started wetting the bed a couple weeks ago and she has a wet bed every morning. I brought her to see her pediatrician and he did numerous of tests and ultrasounds to find out what is causing her problem. Thankfully there was everything okay with her health, but still, her bedwetting problem remains. My daughter is in psychological therapy for 7 months now to help her deal with everything that's going on in her life and I talked to her therapist about the problem and she said that it's very common in young children to start bedwetting when they are very stressed. My daughter is very embarrassed about her problem and she told me that she's scared of going to bed because she is afraid of wetting the bed again. I told her it's okay and there is nothing to worry about, but slowly, I get tired of washing her sheets all the time. I'm sorry for her. The therapist told me to be patient with her and that it would go away but since she didn't have a dry night since 2 weeks, She told me to think about putting her in a diaper, just until she is able to deal better with everything, so she wouldn't always have to be worried about having a wet bed. I just don't know if it's right to put my fove year old in diapers. What do you think?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • 5 year old acting inappropriately!?!?

    So my daughter goes to school (6 years old) and a boy in her class is very obsessive over her. I took many actions to letting the teacher know for them to not play together and the principle but seems like they do it for about a week and back to the way it was. This 5 year old boy is making my daughter kiss him and... show more
    So my daughter goes to school (6 years old) and a boy in her class is very obsessive over her. I took many actions to letting the teacher know for them to not play together and the principle but seems like they do it for about a week and back to the way it was. This 5 year old boy is making my daughter kiss him and tries to get her to go in the bathroom with him to him even asking her to have sex with him! This is my first daughter and it's nerve wracking. What should I do if school isn't doing much about it? I tried switching her class and they can't do it. I don't know what more to do besides pull her from school. He even tells my daughter to lie just so they can play together.
    11 answers · 6 days ago
  • My son (4) is eating his own feces out of the toilet. What should I do?

    He comes home from school and goes potty then I catch him eating it. I can't always watch him because I have 5 other kids older and younger in the house. What should I do?
    He comes home from school and goes potty then I catch him eating it. I can't always watch him because I have 5 other kids older and younger in the house. What should I do?
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why is my 5 year old peeing herself at home and sometimes at school?

    For about 2 months things have been getting worse. Started where at school she would occasionally wet her pants. Now it's at home she was playing with her sister in her room and found pee on the floor. She acted like nothing happened until I found out. Then she's been drawing all over her toys and toy... show more
    For about 2 months things have been getting worse. Started where at school she would occasionally wet her pants. Now it's at home she was playing with her sister in her room and found pee on the floor. She acted like nothing happened until I found out. Then she's been drawing all over her toys and toy box and so I thought maybe something was stressing her and she started talking to the school counselor and not much has changed. Then last night we cooked at our church and I stopped for a break and sat next to her. She started smiling real big at me and started peeing right there on the chair. So we got stressed out already and we woke up today and I told her to go potty and she went into the bathroom and when she came out I was going to help her put on her shoes and I noticed she peed her pants again. I confronted her about it asking her why she didn't tell me and she threw a huge tantrum. I just don't get it . Should I be concerned? Maybe her friends acted that way, maybe something happened to her or ADD please someone help. I don't know what to do anymore.
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • How would you explain this to your toddler?

    Best answer: Why stuck? You explain your child that not all people are the same. She and her friend have different toys, bedtimes, houses, mommies, and daddies. Explain also that kids develop at different paces and have different needs. Tell her that her need to have breast milk has passed because her body is ready to have... show more
    Best answer: Why stuck? You explain your child that not all people are the same. She and her friend have different toys, bedtimes, houses, mommies, and daddies. Explain also that kids develop at different paces and have different needs. Tell her that her need to have breast milk has passed because her body is ready to have regular food full time. If you have these calm and direct conversations with your child they will get it on some level.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • I just came home for the holidays for a month. My 16 year old sister is so disrespectful. My mom is a push over. Should I step in???

    I'm a 37 year old male. She has no disclipline. She wanted to get her third ear piercing and my mom said no and she threw a temper tantrum for like 30 minutes. She was actually on the floor crying and stomping her feet like a five year old. What should I do?
    I'm a 37 year old male. She has no disclipline. She wanted to get her third ear piercing and my mom said no and she threw a temper tantrum for like 30 minutes. She was actually on the floor crying and stomping her feet like a five year old. What should I do?
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • 15 months still not walking?

    My son is almost 16 months and still not walking. He was born a month early and was in the NICU for a month due to breathing and eating issues. He seems to be very healthy now and has a hearty appetite. He crawled before he turned one. He still crawls and is very good at it. He can pull himself up on furniture and... show more
    My son is almost 16 months and still not walking. He was born a month early and was in the NICU for a month due to breathing and eating issues. He seems to be very healthy now and has a hearty appetite. He crawled before he turned one. He still crawls and is very good at it. He can pull himself up on furniture and actually like to go to doors stand against them and open shut them. He does stand on his tippy toes most of the time which concerns me. We saw his pediatrician a few weeks ago and she seemed concerned telling us it could be cerebral palsy. Ever since I have been stressing out. He seems normal and healthy. He cruises along furniture and even climbs stairs like a pro. I try to hold his hands and walk but again he uses his tippy toes. He has taken a few steps by himself but will just fall to his buttons. I practice a lot with him. Somedays he will cooperate and try. Somedays he just doesn't care and just crawls as if he has no interest. He seems very strong just no Interest and maybe hard time balancing. He can also walk pretty good with a push toy. Again he only does it occasionally. He is a busy body and yet I'm still worried about his walking. I'm worried he will be confined to a wheel chair for the rest of his life. Has anyone else ever experienced a late Walker? Should I be concerned or over thinking also I am guilty of over using and excersaucer in the past. I do let him crawl everywhere now though.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • My 10 month old is not pointing, clapping, or saying any words. Should I be concerned?

    Best answer: It's probably common that a child ahead of the curve in one developmental area--he's walking early!--is behind in other areas. Does he get regular well-baby checks from his doctor? It's worth mentioning to him/her so you can learn from a professional whether this is a cause for concern, nothing at all,... show more
    Best answer: It's probably common that a child ahead of the curve in one developmental area--he's walking early!--is behind in other areas.

    Does he get regular well-baby checks from his doctor? It's worth mentioning to him/her so you can learn from a professional whether this is a cause for concern, nothing at all, or something that needs a little intervention before it's a problem.

    My money's on nothing at all, but I'm not your pediatrician. That's whose opinion matters.
    4 answers · 5 days ago