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Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

Maybe the child could leave the binky for the easter bunny to take for the baby bunnies. My sister-in-law did that and the easter bunny left her all kinds of
WM ROMAN
Mar 24, 2010
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4190

cradle cap/ ring worm

Hi Alicia It always flares up inwinter and pretty much dissapears in summer. It looks exactly like psoriasis which is what makes me think this is what it is.
SUSAN HAKE
Mar 24, 2010
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4189

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

I just took the binki away from both my two and three year old my two year old has really bad excema (sp) and its really irritated his upper lip its so bad it
Kristine Correa
Mar 20, 2010
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4188

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

do  you still have the moon sign? please let me know ... From: Rachel Anderson Subject: Re: [mompowergroup] Re: Taking Away "The
janet
Mar 19, 2010
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4187

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

Get a farmers Almanac. In there somewhere is a moon chart that tells when to plant, when to harvest, when to wean. wean by the moon sign. I think it is the new
Vickie Washburn
Mar 19, 2010
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4186

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

moon sign?     Rachel Marie Anderson ________________________________ From: Vickie Washburn To: mompowergroup@yahoogroups.com Sent:
Rachel Anderson
Mar 17, 2010
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4185

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

Children have a need to suck to sooth themselves. If you are no longer breastfeeding and the child sleeps in their own bed and he can't write his name yet
wymzie@...
Mar 16, 2010
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4184

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

Do it by the moon sign. Works everytime. Has for centuries. _
Vickie Washburn
Mar 16, 2010
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4183

Re: cradle cap/ ring worm

I know this may seem a little silly but how about eczema? The biggest ? is does it ever itch. If it does then that's a very good possibility I went from dr to
mom2shu@...
Mar 16, 2010
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4182

Re: cradle cap/ ring worm

If its moist tea tree oil will dry it out some plus its anti-bacterial which gets rid of fungus. Can u post a pic of it? Does it only happen around a certain
Alicia Brooks
Mar 15, 2010
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4181

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

I did it cold turkey, too. When my oldest son was 18 months old, we just took it away one morning. We made a deal of it, though. We 'said byebye' to his
joan_of_archaeology
Mar 15, 2010
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4180

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

Does your child just use it when going to bed? If not I would start there. When I took my son off the binky I slowly did by bedtime 1st then only at night
alloei_09@...
Mar 15, 2010
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4179

Re: cradle cap

I havn't tried tea tree oil for cradle cap yet, but another good use for tea tree oil is head lice. I used this on my 5 year old dauhter and myself (and I have
lifedesiree
Mar 15, 2010
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4178

Re: Taking Away "The Binky"

I did all my kids cold turkey. One was kind of hard tho and with him I cut the ends off of them and he didnt want them anymore. Guess it kind of depends on how
michelle mclauchlin
Mar 15, 2010
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4177

Taking Away "The Binky"

Need ideas for taking away the Binky. My girlfriend just took her son to the "Build A Bear" store and they put it inside the bear and had him closed up. Now
slojazz2001
Mar 15, 2010
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