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Hi Ceekay: i kept reading this post on and off ove...

2008-04-22T13:01:00.000-04:00

Hi Ceekay: i kept reading this post on and off over the past few days, and finally read it thru (not because its long, but cos i really wanted to read thru it carefully).
You have totally reflected my thoughts and rules. I may not be as good as you are about "not yelling" and "TV" yet, but I'm working on it.
I like the way you involve J in decisions/rules. A lot of families don't do that



very good post Ceekay. Although I have a boy mysel...

2008-04-17T14:26:00.000-04:00

very good post Ceekay. Although I have a boy myself (to be able to relate to the barbie doll pressures), I am sure I will be facing my (his) own set of challenges. But the general gist of your post is very positive..



BEV: Thanks for taking the time to read through th...

2008-04-17T11:54:00.000-04:00

BEV: Thanks for taking the time to read through this - it was such a long post. It is kids like your niece who made me feel it was possible to bring up my kids the way I wanted despite the peer pressure and all other "evils". And now I am more scared of the influences that a kid faces in India. Here, it is normal for kids to be expected to watch age-appropriate TV programs so my daughter doesn't



That was a really good post.....I could use this a...

2008-04-17T01:18:00.000-04:00

That was a really good post.....I could use this as a study material as and when required for Jelly.



Hi Ceekay,This was a great post. Many times I wond...

2008-04-17T00:29:00.000-04:00

Hi Ceekay,

This was a great post. Many times I wonder about kids growing up in the US but then realise I have to cope with the same stuff over here - young schoolkids ( 6th and 7th grade!!!) are dating, wearing make-up, getting beauty treatments done; even younger kids are watching all kinds of crap ( pardon my French) on TV and eating chips and drinking coke...

Eventually it's