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Mar 10th 2011 10:55AM Ok while I agree with your statement. your wrong about one thing, Disney did not write these stories. most are based on the grim tales, mother goose, and cantabery tales. they where not the orginal writers as far as evil step mothers, and older women being bad guys,these are stories that were written years and years ago when women were esentually nothing in the world. unless you were young, pretty and of birthing age. if you notice most of the disney princesses were young teenagers ready for marriage. of course Disney never actually said how old they were, but its obvious giving the orginal sources. yes yes I know my spelling and grammer is horrid, so I dont need the trolls coming at me with it, ill troll myself. I suck at it.
Feb 11th 2011 3:54PM I know! I was listening to it this morning for the first time..and I kept thinking this sounds like something I have heard before and it was on the tip of my tongue! glad someone else was able to put a name to the tune, that was humming in my head after hearing the new one
Feb 11th 2011 2:23PM I agree with you Ern, that was a very sick thing to say.
Now my problem with this situation is why were the cords so close to the baby's crib? its no differnt than cords to a blind. or even cords on kids clothes. which I tend to cut out. It is terrible that these children died. I couldnt imagine losing my kids. I dont think they can blame the manufacturer for this one. its just out right not paying attention to where you put your monitors. mine are kept no where near their beds, or in their reach from anywhere
Jan 26th 2011 8:49AM I thought the same thing, and as far as 80's music goes. this is actually good lol. it maybe embarrasing now, but what about the 80's wasnt?
Jan 18th 2011 11:45AM Ok I didnt seem to make myself clear as far as spanking. do I believe in spanking? hell yes. am I going to spank my child for something simple as a tantrum over a cookie? Hell no. now I will let her get it out, let her know and give her words as to how she is feeling, and tell her that is NOT acceptable behavoir. As far as spanking that is reserved for when they do something that will get them hurt or killed. Like going for the hot stove after I told them not to, or running out into a busy parking lot or street. to get their attention and to know that I mean business. I would rather give a firm spanking than they get hit by a car, or have a hot pot of food fall on them. as far as slapping a child in the face. you should be a shamed, that is out right abuse there, and if I was to see you do something like that. first I would go to jail for kicking your ass up and down the store isles. second I would have dhs all over your ass for the rest of your life.
Jan 18th 2011 8:53AM Ann I completely agree with you! It is teaching. Kids will have a meltdown not only because they didnt get what they wanted, but also because they have no idea how to label what they are feeling. you are not born knowing what your feeling. its no differnt than teaching a child to use the potty. you have to teach them how to deal with emotions. and you cant do that till they learn they feel mad, sad, angry ect....my three year old son so far seems able to control his tantrums in public. we havent had the display of him laying on the ground and screaming his head off..yet. now his 15 month old sister? differnt story, she is already doing the scream my head off for no reason and laying on the ground kicking till she cant breathe, when that happens I just let her lay there and get it out, then let her know what she is feeling, I dont give a damn how many other people stare at me while she has her fit. its my child and ill deal with it how I know how with that individual child. you cant reason with her, you cant stop her. as with many kids they sometimes have to just let it out! as an adult when your having a crappy day dont you feel better getting home, and getting it out? so do they. they just dont know its not ok in public yet lol
Jan 2nd 2011 10:57AM actually, they seemed to have slimmed her hips and thighs down a lot. ive seen her live on tv. and she is much bigger than this picture shows. he chest, and waist look about the same though. she does not have a gross body at all, but she is NOT purpotioned at all. I honestly dont know someone gets that big in one place but not others. and no im not dissing her at all. just pointing out that mags do this crap all the time, if they were going to show off her curves, they should have left them as they were, and not slim and reshape them
Dec 18th 2010 11:59AM My best friend went with a gender sensitive name for her son. His name is Cassidy Lyric. It has been really hard on her and her husband because the fathers family fought and fought against the name till the day the baby was born, and when the birth certificate was signed, the fighting got so bad over it, that his family litterally disowned him over him naming his son cassidy. this was a name chosen by both parents! it is so sad that they family says oh he will be picked on, and he will be discriminated for by his name..so the family does the one thing that they said everyone would do. they now want nothing to do with this baby and his parents because of his NAME..exactly what they claimed everyone else would do
Dec 18th 2010 7:46AM I agree, it does sound like a smear champain. drinking is bad ill admit that, but when we dont even know what causes SIDS you cant put a reason to it. some babies die. its sad its horrible and its the truth. no differnt than any other animal suddenly dieing. YES I have kids im not some cold person. I have a two year old and a 14 mo old. and yes I drank at night before putting them to bed, but not so much that I couldnt lay them on their backs. course I have stopped drinking. found out I was self medicating for post pardom depression, got medical help and its all good now. its tough having babies this close together but worth it in my case considering it was over 8 years before my husband and I concieved. I dont think its a matter of the drinking, I think its the parent. if you drink so much that you dont wake up when you hear your baby in distress, or to feed them, or hell just tend to your baby, your a bad parent
Dec 14th 2010 6:40PM I didnt hesitate to change my name when I got married. Not only was it tradition to me, I was also proud to be a married woman and WANTED to change my name. I agree that its not for everyone because some women, even some men, believe that you become your husbands property when you change your name to his. That may have been true in the 1800's. so that stigma sticks with it. either way I was proud to be my husbands wife, and proud to take his name. My name change didnt change who I was, or where I came from.