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Old 09-23-2012, 10:32 AM   #1731
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Almost done with the 2nd strap . I don't know how much knitting I will get done today, but it is nice to sit and knit a bit.
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Old 09-23-2012, 10:53 AM   #1733
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:10 AM   #1734
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I wish. 30 more minutes then a long drive home. Luckily C is home so I'll be able to go right to bed, hopefully.
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breakfast with my parents, then they are leaving with dh and Dd to go on a train ride for the dayy. DS and I have church then home to relax and hang out.
We're skipping church today. We had a baby's first birthday to attend.. It'll be fun as those celebrations are huge here.

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Just got an email that Nick made it to his hotel safe and sound! I was worried, he had to navigate the German train system without knowing a lick of German.
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Any tips for getting B to pee in the potty? She'll hold it for 3-4 hours until she gets in a diaper again. She's sitting on the potty without fussing, but she doesn't respond to the water sound trick anymore.
I would make a shhh sound with E. Loves water play so flushing and washing hands was rewarding. An occasional m&m helped if he was being a punk

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Almost 130am here. I'm off to bed. It was dark and rainy all day but we had to go out to get our week's groceries, veggie and fruits. I also checked out the summer clearance sale at the nearby baby store. I got dd 2 ruffled skirts for next year, 3 dresses and a yukata. We ate out for lunch and dinner. Lunch was as just gyudon but we had sushi for dinner. Dd loved gyudon but does not eat sushi so she had fries and sandwich.
We had japanese food for dinner too! I was naughty and also had an ice cream crepe..mm

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Almost done with the 2nd strap . I don't know how much knitting I will get done today, but it is nice to sit and knit a bit.
Great job!
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:42 AM   #1735
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Any tips for getting B to pee in the potty? She'll hold it for 3-4 hours until she gets in a diaper again. She's sitting on the potty without fussing, but she doesn't respond to the water sound trick anymore.
You go at the same time and narrate it. It worked for my dd.
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:44 AM   #1736
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I finished the first strap of the overalls last night, so I am going to start the second this morning. Nothing exciting going on here .
For the next ones? I would totally encourage you to consider 2aat. This makes it easier in so many ways including being less time consuming and when you are done you are done with both and then you are positive the are the exact same length.
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Old 09-23-2012, 11:46 AM   #1737
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yay for email shannon.

peeing in potty...I'd just get her a bunch of pottys and put around the house don't ask me about potty advise Steven learned when he was 3.5 (I had given up on him because NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING worked on him, he didn't respond to bribing, or shooting cheerios in the potty). Emily is showing no interest and again not forcing it on her. She will do it when she's ready.

Yes Fi...I must need more practice. We've talked about this before, but I'm legally blind if I don't have my contacts/glasses on. And if water is involved I'd like to see so no slipping and falling

great job on getting the strap done Savannah...with a bunch of kids it's hard to find time to yourself to get things done

sorry Mel about the yarn...I may be willing to part with mine

hopefully you are home and dani

Katie...have fun at church....I want a day riding trains
Ah I hear you. I was too until I got LASIK. It's now been almost 10 years without having to wear glasses.
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