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Carl Monster replied to Ulises Torres's discussion I am responsible for co-sleeping
"We co-slept for a quite a while, combination of having a great sleeper and a room she had to share with our older daughter. We could not Ferberize her like our younger, because the older's sleep would have been disrupted. Around when we weaned…"
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Tarquin Anstruther replied to Ulises Torres's discussion I am responsible for co-sleeping
"There was a post somewhere about this before which you might be able to find. make your daughters bedroom special for her, put things she likes there, get her a soft toy she loves and let her choose the things she wants around her. A lot of parents…"
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Ulises Torres replied to Ulises Torres's discussion I am responsible for co-sleeping
"It's also almost 3am so I apologize for all the typos!"
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Ulises Torres posted a discussion

I am responsible for co-sleeping

My daughter is now 15 months and fit the most part sleeps on.my chest. Whether it's nap time, or bed time. I do acknowledge that this is wrong. Me and my fiancée are first time parents. Her mom passed away in January of 2015. Her dad also passed away when she was younger. My parents live about 30-40 minutes away. They on the other hand have to deal with my oldest sister who has decided she didn't want to "adult" anymore and now my parents help her and her three kids al the time. Needless to say…See More
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Apollyon replied to Nevada Smith's discussion Myers-Briggs Personality Types
"I am INFP or INTP. That's why I can't seem to be accurate in these types of tests. I seem to be halfway in-between each time I take it, so I'm basically both, depending on the questions. Usually F/T are close enough where it's…"
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Pale Horse replied to Nevada Smith's discussion Myers-Briggs Personality Types
"It's a decent tool to, depending on how you interpret the old saying, "know thyself." And, she said that she took an MBTI test for her job."
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Sir replied to Nevada Smith's discussion Myers-Briggs Personality Types
"I don't see much value in it.  I get that I'm an introvert, but the other axes, how does it help?"
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James White replied to Tony L's discussion The Strenuous Life
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