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Old 02-17-2009, 03:07 PM   #171
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I don't know why, Flo, but I was so sure today was the day for you. Guess not. Hang in there!

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Old 02-17-2009, 03:32 PM   #172
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:33 PM   #173
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lots and lots of pul colors and prints and knits and

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I AM STILL HERE!!!

I've had a busy morning... had my appt and still 2cm dialated. Had to go in for NST. Everything looks fine. *sigh*

This thread is lightening FAST!
i had wondered about you.

WHO HAS BEEN KEEPING ME IN THE DARK??????? did you know that it is cheaper and faster.... or atleast about the same price and faster to ship ups to canada??????

i could ship usps 1lb to canada for about $10-12 dollars and it would be there in 6-10 biz days.
ups is $14 and GUARANTEED by friday if i get it there tomorrow.

who knew.... maybe you canadians need to inform the ppl on fsot.
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:39 PM   #174
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:44 PM   #175
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OK, no spam, but when you get some done, put it in your siggy, bold enough for us to all notice. thats not spam


i had wondered about you.

WHO HAS BEEN KEEPING ME IN THE DARK??????? did you know that it is cheaper and faster.... or atleast about the same price and faster to ship ups to canada??????

i could ship usps 1lb to canada for about $10-12 dollars and it would be there in 6-10 biz days.
ups is $14 and GUARANTEED by friday if i get it there tomorrow.

who knew.... maybe you canadians need to inform the ppl on fsot.
I thought it was shipping to the states that takes awhile....
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:44 PM   #176
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I AM STILL HERE!!!

I've had a busy morning... had my appt and still 2cm dialated. Had to go in for NST. Everything looks fine. *sigh*

This thread is lightening FAST!
YEAH!!! That's 2 cm down...8 to go. Hopefully you'll get a lot farther before real labor kicks in! I was 5cm with my last before things got too painful!

Just making chicken nuggets, peas, & rice for dinner. Pretty plain for the kids since they're still recovering.

Poor baby needs to go bed...
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Old 02-17-2009, 03:46 PM   #177
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WHO HAS BEEN KEEPING ME IN THE DARK??????? did you know that it is cheaper and faster.... or atleast about the same price and faster to ship ups to canada??????

i could ship usps 1lb to canada for about $10-12 dollars and it would be there in 6-10 biz days.
ups is $14 and GUARANTEED by friday if i get it there tomorrow.

who knew.... maybe you canadians need to inform the ppl on fsot.
The thing about UPS is that they generally charge the receiver HUGE amounts of customs and brokerage fees for "getting the package across the border," whereas with USPS I have very very rarely been charged any customs fees at all. I always ask that people NOT ship to me UPS, because I don't want to pay 50% of the package's worth again in fees once it arrives.
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:04 PM   #178
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Reading is close to done for the day, but I undid one entire leg of my longies because the color was rotating the wrong direction and I didnt notice! :headbang:

Now im off to take our teen to dance class then to a meeting at the office tonight. Lots more reading to do tonight too.
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:34 PM   #179
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Baby weighs I'm guessing likke 14-15 lbs. She was 13.4 a few weeks ago...

Has far has homeschooling, I personally believe small children learn best from play and hands on experiences in your daily life.
For example involiving him while cooking makes him familar with measurements, hot/cold, what happens when mixing powders and liqiuds, reading and following reciepe (directions).
Say he is playing with lego's, thats a fine motor activity, he is learning about building structures that won't fall, colors, counting objects (ie pass me three red bricks please) fractions, you can even turn it into a game of sorting or pattern. It will all be fun and enjoable for him. If he doesn't seem to enjoy something he probally isn't ready to learn it so just leave it alone and try again in a 2 weeks or 2 months.
My son is 3 and not in preschool this yr or going next. If you want any more ideas of some of the things we do and what he learns from it feel free to PM me.
Great ideas!! I plan on using this curriculum http://www.letteroftheweek.com/Preparatory.html DS loves to color and when I read to him so I think this will be fantastic for him!
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:45 PM   #180
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dylon will work fine as long as long as you "fix" the dye to the cotton

meaning, follow the directions except add washing soda to the dye bath (dissolved in water first) for 30-60 minutes after the garment has soaked initially - I also recommend using a lot more salt that the package directions call for. Rinse with COLD water for a few minutes first before rinsing with hot when you're all done

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Thanks!! I got some more fabric to make another sling, and dd wants to make it pink

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I've had a busy morning... had my appt and still 2cm dialated. Had to go in for NST. Everything looks fine. *sigh*

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