Jun 17th 2010 9:03PM Hi Erica
I did the same thing! I kept all the precious nunus ( we called them binkys) my son's 16 now..... those years went so fast! It was nice to read your letter your point of view was so much nicer than some of those people.....I'm glad they weren't my mother, ewww! :-)
Jun 17th 2010 8:56PM Hi... great discussion!
My son had a binky and he was getting to the age when it was time to see it go.
I had an idea, and it worked! I told him we needed to give the BINKY FAIRY a binky so she could take it to give to other little children much younger than him that needed binkys.
We had a collection of them, and one by one over a period of months a binky would disappear and in it's place was a "fairy thank you note" and a small token toy....it worked and it made my son at an early age realize how good giving can be on a level he understood. He's 16 now, he's wonderful, I think I did a good job :-)
Mar 17th 2010 7:43AM DOUG,
I agree, the article was missing a little more info.... what did he do with the parent's house while he was living in the tree house? How did it work as far as utility companies, they can be real stickler about codes. This "code casuality" leads me to believe this was in another country just as you commented. I just don't think anyone is learning to correctly write anymore...
everyone is getting dumber and dumber..perhaps there is some huge diabolic plan being carried out...now I'm begining to sound creepy and cat lady-esque...sorry about that..Take Care- Dawn :-)
Feb 17th 2010 2:48PM A wonderful idea would be for all the successful musicians having had their start there purchase the property. It's a very very popular tourist destination, Abbey Road,they could renovate it into a British Planet Hollywood sort of restaurant with perhapsa theater inside as well. Part of it could be used as a British Rock and Roll Museum.This would do EXTREMELY well. After paying back the investors they could let all the profits go to charities it would be a totally win win deal for everyone concerned. And by the by... be nice to Paul....SHEESH!
Jan 28th 2009 5:40PM Hi---
This sounds like kismet and will most likely turn out well......
my husband just went thru meeting his birth mother and it wasn't a fairy tale. We were warned by the adoption agency search counselor
to be aware of your birth mother being a damaged person having endured a lot thru the decades. Oh how true. Fortunately my husbands wonderful adopted parents instilled enough self esteem and
love inside him to last him through out his life. If he had stayed with his birth mother she probably would have killed him eventually. Good Luck To All..!
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