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Posted on: 10:26:33 AM 9/18/2008

Yes I agree, not good news from your sons point of view. Still children on the whole are a lot more resilient than we think and perhaps a lot more clued in than we give them credit for. At least you are sounding a lot more positive and I'm glad the...

Posted on: 10:09:16 AM 9/18/2008

I would take them outside for a short spell and then slowly increase time allowed outside, and stay with them until they get used to their surroundings. You don't say what kind of area you live in or whether you have a back yard. You could try buil...

Posted on: 10:54:14 AM 9/16/2008

Your indoors plants will require nutrients, and generally do well with a soil that offers adequate drainage, you could achieve that by including sand or perlite with your soil. As you have a backyard you could make a compost using your leftovers rat...

Posted on: 10:22:36 AM 9/16/2008

yes, the legal process can be frustrating and tough economically, my friend had to wait 2+ years and even had to go through a paternity test because the ex made claims child wasn't even his. Your leaving him has bruised his ego enormously (especially...

Posted on: 10:29:53 PM 9/14/2008

I'm curious, Pen and Pen2 are you related? I ask because you both have Boston Terriers on your photos.

Posted on: 8:32:55 PM 9/14/2008

peaches, don't beat yourself up thinking its all your fault, it takes two to make or break a relationship. Looking at the huge increase in one parent families you are not in a minority either. Unfortunately too often we fall in love with an image w...

Posted on: 9:43:28 AM 9/13/2008

Congratulations, she is gorgeous; you must be very proud. My mother always said how rewarding having grandchildren were for her and of course she spoilt them far much more than her own.

Posted on: 10:07:45 AM 9/12/2008

I think the amount your cat will need to eat will depend also on the quality of the food being eaten, for instance a cat will get the protein they need from a smaller serving of a premium food with a higher protein/calorie content than with a cheaper...

Posted on: 3:41:22 PM 9/11/2008

I'm against dry food feeding, principally because the grain content is generally too high. Here is an interesting link about dry cat food that I came across a while back that reconfirmed to me that dry food was not the way to go -

Posted on: 9:56:59 AM 9/11/2008

I can't get past the fact that you actually got a breed of puppy that you already knew are banned where you live - where is the logic in that?

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