Oh this isn't news but well, it's cute to read that he is in the list of the owner of THE stroller .
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I must confess that babies with dummies are yummy...
oh god no! I hate it when people give babies dummies (pacifiers whatever anyone else call them) Its an easy way for parents to shut up them from crying... even worst seeing toddlers walking around with them and trying to get them to break the habit...
My son (and other people in my family and myself) never had one and all that time, he didn't need one well you will find most breast-fed babies don't need one... babies don't need it if you don't give them one... parents to give it them for the sake of it...
Last Edit: Aug 16, 2008 16:31:08 GMT 10 by loopyallie
TOTALLY agree on the pacifier bit. Totally.....and that is exactly what they are supposed to do....pacify. I recieved so many as gifts when we got my son and tried one. He sucked on it a bit and then looked up at me with a 'what the h...' kind of look and spit it out. Guess they don't use them in Korea. LOL
personally i have to disagree with some of you on the use of pacifiers,in my case out of my five kids i did use one and yeah one may have used it too long but my youngest daughter chose her thumb and after numerious tries offering the pacifier,she chose her thumb now she is going to need braces and she still at times has the thumb in her mouth when she is very sleepy. guess what im trying to say is what works for some doesnt work for all.
thats cute rory at least im not the only one who has dealt with one or should i say still am dealing with unfortunately my daughter is going to need braces, she just recently realized that its not going to be (fun) as she thought in the past she told me she no longer wants braces but she just wants a retainer, lol.
Hey! Thumb is awesome...yes, IS. I refused to use a paci when I was little, I used my thumb instead and to my mom's surprise it didn't ruined my teeth.
About the veins, they look terrible. It has affected his left leg and it looks like it's growing in his right leg too? What is the proceidure to remove them? Surgery?
Well the latest technology to remove them is an outpatient surgical procedure with a laser. A catheter with a laser is inserted into the troubled vein, usually the Great Saphenous, then as it is pulled out, it burns the vein and closes it so blood no longer flows there eventually. Then the big lumps of varicose veins are removed through small incisions. The deeper veins take on the job of circulating your legs better and decrease your chances of having medical problems, that would have probably occurred with varicose veins. Patients are up and about that same day. Maybe he likes them or they don't cause him any problems because I'm sure he has heard about ways to remove them. But wow, I had no idea he even had them.
I love the Gators men's basketball and football teams! National Champs x 3 !! Congrats UF's men's basketball team, NCAA Nat'l champs 2007.
It's great to be a Florida Gator!
Carter to Abby: Oh no they're Luka's cookies. I would never touch Luka's cookies... Too bad he did touch Luka's cookies....