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The dos and don'ts of raising children

http://www.c00lstuff.com/1133/Do_s_a...s_with_babies/

I think the 'Nursing Baby' is my favourite!
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Old 25.01.2008, 15:39
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

Making Baby Smile.... made me smile
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Old 25.01.2008, 15:43
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

All are good and funny. They missed Dave's favourite "How to muzzle the baby" illustration
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

How to make baby laugh, throw it slightly up in the air, don't chuck her as far as you can catching head in ceiling fan resulting in fractured skull
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

Funny stuff. Thanks for posting that.
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

Hi,

That was a funny link.Thanks for posting it and making people laugh.
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

Terrific stuff. Very amusing.

I don't agree with Calming Baby - I used to get a teaspoon of gin to quiet me down when I was teething and, as I sit here with my early morning cocktail looking through "Liver Donators Monthly" , I reflect that it never did me any harm.
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Re: The dos and don'ts of raising children

I have a Greek friend who is a qualified midwife. she got into rather a lot of hot water for advising mothers to strap a flannel soaked in brandy on top of the baby's head to calm it down. Apparently this is a well known greek remedy as it gets absorbed through the kid's fontanelle
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