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    I think I enjoy the process of unlearning more than the process of learning.
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    The one who buggers a fire burns his penis
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    I think @whatever would beat @Sinclair in a fist fight.
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    Each night I go to bed with promises to myself of waking up and being the most perfect, disciplined, stable and charming person ever - only to wake up in the morning and repeat the same old mistakes of procrastination, gluttony, asociality and excessive brooding.
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    Thinkjng of getting a leash harness thing for my son. He just turned 8 months last week and just started taking his first steps last week as well. I have no issues with watching him. It's just that in certain situations I would like for him to roam and explore without having to chase him down. Holding hands to me is to restrictive. Like walking next to a creek at a park. I want him to have freedom to detour off the path, but a leash to keep from having to chase him and hope I catch him before he hits the water. Stuff like that.
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    I used one for my son because he hated holding hands. It made Disney World tolerable with a toddler.

    Related- damn, walking at 8 months? Precocious little booger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    Thinkjng of getting a leash harness thing for my son. He just turned 8 months last week and just started taking his first steps last week as well. I have no issues with watching him. It's just that in certain situations I would like for him to roam and explore without having to chase him down. Holding hands to me is to restrictive. Like walking next to a creek at a park. I want him to have freedom to detour off the path, but a leash to keep from having to chase him and hope I catch him before he hits the water. Stuff like that.
    Cool that he's starting to walk. Did you do anything special for him to walk when he's so young? When did he start crawling?

    I've seen some neat leashes on Amazon. They have like little book bag-looking thingies with angel wings on them. I'll be so excited when my 7 month old needs one. She crawls right now and has been walking with assistance since 4 months. If I have another kid, I won't do any of that assisted walking again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Each night I go to bed with promises to myself of waking up and being the most perfect, disciplined, stable and charming person ever - only to wake up in the morning and repeat the same old mistakes of procrastination, gluttony, asociality and excessive brooding.
    It helps me to start small. I do at least one task a day that I consider work. Actually, that isn't true. Sometimes I just say screw everything. I'm going to enjoy myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Each night I go to bed with promises to myself of waking up and being the most perfect, disciplined, stable and charming person ever - only to wake up in the morning and repeat the same old mistakes of procrastination, gluttony, asociality and excessive brooding.
    With you there man. :/ not easy being an intuitive feeler male.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I used one for my son because he hated holding hands. It made Disney World tolerable with a toddler.

    Related- damn, walking at 8 months? Precocious little booger!
    I know, right? His kid also belly flipped at a really young age IIRC. Seems to be an early developer (motor-wise).
    Our daughter is 13 months old and THIS close to walking. Any day now, but so far she can only stand while supporting herself on some furniture. A friend's daugheter didn't walk until 15 months and statistically boys need longer than girls.

    So,..go figure!
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