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  • I am going to Los Angeles?

    for three days and was wondering what are some of the things that I should see and do while I am out there?

    7 AnswersLos Angeles1 decade ago
  • Adoption disruption and resources?

    If an adoptive parent you knew experienced the revocation of the child by the birth family, what would you say? What are some resources to help them through their loss? Thanks!

    9 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • Have any of you caught the adoption thread in the new 90210?

    What are your thoughts? What parts of it ring true to you, which parts seem contrived?

    2 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • What are some good songs to hear in the delivery room?

    My sister is due with a boy in a month and I wanted to make her a compilation CD. Thanks!

    6 AnswersNewborn & Baby1 decade ago
  • Parents of Preschoolers and THe Beverly Hills Chihuahua movie?

    I saw in a newspaper articler recently that this was appropriate for preschoolers. Anybody out there seen this? What are your thoughts?

    1 AnswerToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
  • New Yorkers and car seats???

    I do not live in NY city. My question is, if so many of you rely upon public transportation such as cabs and the subway, how do you transport your children? Do you drag around a car seat or are there ones available for you to use on the public transportation? Or is this just a misconception and you all have your own cars?

    4 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
  • New Yorkers with children in car seats!?

    I do not live in NY city. My question is, if so many of you rely upon public transportation such as cabs and the subway, how do you transport your children? Do you drag around a car seat or are there ones available for you to use on the public transportation? Or is this just a misconception and you all have your own cars?

    1 AnswerOther - Cars & Transportation1 decade ago
  • End of the world???????

    So with the brouhaha going on in the financial world, does this mean the end is near?

    3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Bailout denial vs. 1929 stock market crash?

    What are the major parallels? What are the major differences?

    1 AnswerInvesting1 decade ago
  • If you live in a community that is predominantly...?

    one culture and you decide you want to adopt should you adopt within that culture?

    Just going off an earlier post where someone commented about being picked on for being Asian and grew up feeling caucasian because that was who she was around.

    Should a child be expected to "adapt" to a culture that is clearly not theirs?

    I am not knocking those who have chosen trans-racial adoption...just curious about the after effects.

    4 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • SYTYCD: The live tour!?

    Anybody out there seen the live tour? How was it? I can't wait to go in November!

    1 AnswerReality Television1 decade ago
  • Catholics and Plan B?

    The Pope says it should be considered an abortion because it is taken with the intent to terminate a pregnancy and of the controversial abortitative qualities it has. Do you agree? If a fellow Catholic took this what would you have to say to them?

    9 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Which states allow you access to your birth records?

    A poster commented that 44 states denied adoptees access to birth records. If that is the case, then which states allow access? Thanks!

    7 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • If a practicing Catholic has an abortion...

    what does it mean as far as how they practice their religion? Obviously they go to confession, but are there any other repercussions for committing a mortal sin?

    6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • First moms and open adoption

    If you had the option for a completely open adoption with your child's adoptive parents, what are some reasons that would make you decide to keep it closed?

    7 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • Adoptees: Have you ever had to deal with...

    an adopted sibling being added to your family and then have the first family come back? How did you handle it? What were some of your thoughts and feelings (beyond the "why didn't my first family come back for me too")? Any advice for those who are adopting a second time around?

    2 AnswersAdoption1 decade ago
  • When do children develop arches in their feet?

    My two and a half year old tends to stomp when she walks and does not have an arch to her foot. When do children get this arch?

    2 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
  • Rehearsal dinner vs. bachelorette party?

    My hubby's sister is getting married this weekend and my cousin the following weekend. Cousin's bachelorette party is Friday, the same day as sis' rehearsal dinner. Cousin did not have a shower; just wanted a "kick-a-- night on the town with the people she was closest to". Sis has made it abundantly clear she does not want her family involved in her wedding. I suspect the only reason we were invited to the rehearsal dinner was because we are related by blood. Sis has been an absolute bridezilla (her mom was the one to call her that!)

    I know this seems like an easy choice, but there will probably be repurcussions with the in laws if I skip out on the rehearsal dinner...what would you do? Splitting time is just not possible because the locales are too far apart.

    9 AnswersWeddings1 decade ago
  • Bachelorette party?

    My sister in law is getting married and she has made it clear that she does not wany anyone in her family (other than her mom) involved with the wedding. This has even included teh bachelorette party. Are siblings typically invited to bachelorette parties or just friends?

    4 AnswersWeddings1 decade ago