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Old 04-18-2011, 10:35 AM   #11 
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Anyone here a cloth diapering parent? :D We use Fuzzibunz OS and I make my own wipe solution. It's just so convenient and easy to use cloth diapers nowadays!
I cloth diapered for the past year and just gave it up. It has become way too much trouble going into the potty training stage. To be honest, he poops like a grown man and the cloth cannot handle it anymore!

I'm selling my stash if you are interested! Mostly larges and some OS. I have some Fuzzi Bunz too!
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Old 04-18-2011, 10:36 AM   #12 
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On a COMPLETELY different note, my youngest has to go to the pedi today. He woke up complaining about his foot hurting. Come to find out he is unable to walk and his left foot is swollen. He has been crawling or needing my help to get around.
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Old 04-18-2011, 10:44 AM   #13 
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where do i fit? haha not a teen and not a parent. hmmph
lol, me, either!
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On a COMPLETELY different note, my youngest has to go to the pedi today. He woke up complaining about his foot hurting. Come to find out he is unable to walk and his left foot is swollen. He has been crawling or needing my help to get around.
I hope the pedi can figure out what to do to help his foot. Poor baby!. My daughter just got over a double ear infection. Out of the numerous kids that came in with ear infections, hers was the only one that got a prescription for an antibiotic. There seems to be a trend towards not prescribing antibiotics unless the infection is severe.
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Old 04-18-2011, 10:45 AM   #15 
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I cloth diapered for the past year and just gave it up. It has become way too much trouble going into the potty training stage. To be honest, he poops like a grown man and the cloth cannot handle it anymore!

I'm selling my stash if you are interested! Mostly larges and some OS. I have some Fuzzi Bunz too!
I'd be interested in any OS... shoot me a PM! :)

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On a COMPLETELY different note, my youngest has to go to the pedi today. He woke up complaining about his foot hurting. Come to find out he is unable to walk and his left foot is swollen. He has been crawling or needing my help to get around.
Aww poor boy! I hope it's nothing too serious and something that just some rest can cure. Kids are such troopers...
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On a COMPLETELY different note, my youngest has to go to the pedi today. He woke up complaining about his foot hurting. Come to find out he is unable to walk and his left foot is swollen. He has been crawling or needing my help to get around.
Aww, poor little guy! I hope he feels better soon!
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On a COMPLETELY different note, my youngest has to go to the pedi today. He woke up complaining about his foot hurting. Come to find out he is unable to walk and his left foot is swollen. He has been crawling or needing my help to get around.
Oh no! Feel better little one.
My daughter was born with her left leg 1/2 an inch shorter than her right. She had to had all this special therapy but learned to walk at 8 months, earlier than most cause of the therapy. She was suppose to have spina bifida but somehow, before I gave birth, everything fixed itsself. It will be ok! Life works in crazy ways.
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:12 PM   #18 
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Looks like he sprained his ankle. Poor little guy, I know how painful that can be (I sprained mine in middle school). We were told he should be walking again in the next few days.
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Old 04-18-2011, 03:34 PM   #19 
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Looks like he sprained his ankle. Poor little guy, I know how painful that can be (I sprained mine in middle school). We were told he should be walking again in the next few days.
Poor kid. I wonder what he did. Is he a jumper? My kids are jumpers, my daughter especially. I am shocked she hasn't broken her leg yet. ***knock on wood***
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