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  1. No to the cushion. We used the tray for quite awhile. Easier to have baby play close to you if you’re not at the table. I’d get one again.

  2. Enjoy your vacation! It sounds like your family has it under control. Plus, it might be better for you to stay away so you don’t catch whatever they have.

  3. Stork bite/angel kiss. My son has them. He’s almost 3 and they’ve faded quite a bit.

  4. That is a good idea. It's Portland and raining though.

  5. I live in Portland. Get a tuffo rain suit and boots. Get outside. Can’t stay in all winter!

  6. Perfect gap IMO. My kids are 26months apart. They get along as well as siblings can now that they’re 3 and 5.

  7. Bissel Pet Pro. That thing has gotten the absolute worst stains out of our carpet. Lifesaver.

  8. If you ever get to Bend, The Looney Bean makes an amazing pumpkin spice dirty chai. Best I’ve ever had.

  9. We keep our house at 68 all the time. When our kids were babies we used footie pajamas or two piece with socks. Woolino sleep sac over the Jammie’s. Wool is perfect at keeping them just the right temperature. If babe feels extra cold, put a hat on them.

  10. I feel this to the core! I’m getting stressed with Christmas coming up and know we’re going to get a bunch of toys they’ll play with for an hour (including crap my husband insists they need). It’s time for a huge toy purge. The last time I gave away bags of stuff. I hate this so much.

  11. Turf! We put it in and it’s a life saver. We used Synlawn. They’re more reasonably priced that others…

  12. I’ll check a quote from them. Do you find it gets hot in summer? My yard is direct sun and I’ve heard that artificial turf can get dangerously hot in the summertime.

  13. Nah. We’ve installed it at 2 houses and haven’t had a problem. Our kids run barefoot on it. If it feels too warm, a quick hose off cools it fast. It’s been an honest to god life saver.

  14. I’ve been to the Oregon zoo several times but I’ve never seen these pooches! How did I miss them?

  15. They’re over by the cheetahs. They spend a lot of time on the far back of the enclosure. Easy to miss!

  16. That’s ridiculous. My 5yo wears pull-ups at night. He’s usually dry but we like the protection. Our pediatrician said she doesn’t worry about night time peeing until second grade.

  17. Try Healthy Paws. I'm in the same boat - I can handle regular vet visits but if my dog gets cancer or hit by a car, I'm gonna need an assist.

  18. We have Healthy Paws. We used it A LOT the last couple of months. It’s been an absolute lifesaver.

  19. Who ever is downvoting my comment,may I know. Whats wrong with the comment?

  20. Bc you need to stop interfering and let them get their own rhythm. You jumping in to “help” is hindering your support persons ability to take care of your child. It helps in the moment but is detrimental for the long term.

  21. So I should not go see the baby at all when she is crying? I thought 15 to 20 minutes is long enough wait. Is’nt that so? Sorry if this sounds like a dumb question.

  22. Not a dumb question! I’d definitely give longer. Think back to when your baby was a newborn. Didn’t it take longer than 20 minutes to soothe sometimes? You were still getting to know each other. Now it’s easier bc you know what they do and don’t like. Maybe give a list of tips to your caregiver. Otherwise, give them time to figure it out. It will get better. I promise!

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