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Good parent? #2928

Having a child does not make one a good parent -- just like --
Owning a piano does not make one a concert pianist!

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Thanks to: Jeanette Federigi - Vallejo - USA. - rec.:Sep 30, 2004 - pub.:Nov 1, 2004 - sent.:Feb 7, 2005
1st Trimester Cramping #332

During the first trimester of pregnancy until the last trimester of pregnancy, you may experience cramping, which are associated with ligament stretching. Those ligaments are stretching to accommodate your growing uterus. The cramps may be on one or both sides of the abdomen and if they are not accompanied by spotting or bleeding they should be fine.

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Thanks to: Kristan Dennison - Detroit - USA. - rec.:May 22, 2002 - pub.:May 23, 2002
Never Ignore a Mother's Instincts #4681

Ignore a mother's instincts about her child's health at your peril!

Whether you are a health professional or a parent with an unwell child, you must always remember that a mother knows far better than any doctor or physician whether her child is seriously ill or not. No member of the medical profession should ever ignore a mother's instincts in these matters, and neither should the mother - or father!

A mother knows when her child's cry is shriller than normal. A doctor doesn't. A mother knows when her child's suck when feeding is weaker than normal. A doctor doesn’t
A mother knows when her child fails to stop crying when picked up. A doctor doesn't.
A mother knows when her child is not as active or interested as normal. A doctor doesn't. A mother knows when her child is very ill. A doctor doesn't. A mother knows!

Many children are alive today for one single reason. Mother’s instincts!

Magic and Irreplaceable!

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Thanks to: Peter Nisbet - Blaenavon - United Kingdom - rec.:Sep 11, 2006 - pub.:Oct 9, 2006 - sent.:Nov 13, 2006
Traveling with kids? #5059

To avoid constant washroom stops while on a long drive, give the kids a cup of crushed ice instead of a soft drink

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Feb 28, 2007 - pub.:Feb 28, 2007 - sent.:Mar 3, 2007
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