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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes I have, but haven't verified them and then there wasn't anymore updated info about those babies.

I wanted to know how long post vax those babies were conceived, if mom took vax in 2nd or 3rd trimester and they still came out like that.

I'm curious to see the Leftists' baby for that reason, I know what their first one looks like. Problem is they've been locked down in their house for 2 years, they even MOVED to a new house but won't invite us over for a house warming party because of covid. (Shrugs)

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

This plus the stress of it all makes pregnancy less likely to happen.

However, I know of 2 recent healthy babies being born to unclotted Mamas, and there is one young lady in my church currently pregnant. I dont know if she is vaxxed though.

Also one baby girl born last year in the summer, one parent was double shot dont know about the mother. However they are both Leftist so chances are high that they both are jabbed. Haven't heard from them about their child other than she was born and doing okay.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

Goes to show that no one should EVER trust a public school to not be doing crap like this. They are all GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS, and patriots should know better than to trust a school administrator one tiny inch.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 3 points ago +3 / -0

Agree. I'm getting real tired of other women pushing this bullshit on and then getting yelled at by men for saying its my fault as a woman that the world has gone to hell.

I have been maskless since the beginning, NEVER masked my kids, I homeschool and bust my ass to find normal places to take my kids so they have a decent childhood. I've been kicked out of several stores before, now they've let up so I tell everyone walking in to take off their masks. I've helped some parents in my church to be brave and go maskless more often and successfully made our children's ministry go mask optional. This being in freaking PORTLAND no less!!

I don't see ANY real men in my area, all look down with shame when I confront them about their cowardly masking actions. How I wish there were more strong men around to lead, I don't want to be the only one fighting evil. I do it for my kids, woe be unto the fool who tries to get between me and my babies.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sounds like my husband, he's trapped on his phone or computer due to remote work. He's so used to having the phone with him, not sure how to help him there since he's always getting calls and emails he has to respond.

Good luck to you sir with your child.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd say both. I've also seen masked tards acting stupid and having blank faces when talking to them.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hydrogen peroxide kills everything too, but man are sinus infections awful. I had one a couple years ago while I was pregnant because I kept getting sick from all the daycare viruses my eldest would bring home. I hope you get better soon!

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

I want to print these out but I don't have a printer, and I'm not sure if I would even get my order at Office Depot 😅

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

It is very hard to break the phone habit, I know because I used to have one. What helped me was to give up social media for Lent, so 40 days not using it. By the end, I didn't even want to go back so stayed off. You could offer it to her as maybe a personal challenge with a reward at the end, something she really likes.

Keep trying, you sound like a good, strong father. Raising kids is hard, raising GOOD kids; especially in these times, is very complex and demanding.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

I like GPS but also don't because it makes you lose the ability to navigate without it. I love zooming in on maps in other places using topo or satellite maps.

I've known way too many people who simply cannot drive home from work without GPS, and that is just frightening.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

A 2 year old should not even HAVE screen time. I have 2 under 6 and they only just recently got allowed how its made YouTube videos and always next to me, never alone.

I did that for exactly what you mentioned, at 2 the screen's hold on their little brains is horribly strong. Please stop the screens until they reach at least 4, their brains really can't handle videos well.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

While I agree with you now, try telling my 18 year old self I had to stay at home would have caused me to just pack up and leave. I love my parents but at 17, I was ready to leave the nest and felt stifled being stuck at home dependant on my parents. I wanted to try my luck at independence and so chose a university the furthest away in the same state as my parents in order to keep my full ride scholarship.

I made stupid decisions, I took stupid risks, consequences for those decisions weren't fully understood until years later. But I learned. For someone like me, I needed to fail so I could get back up again. My eldest daughter is not like me, she is very sweet and compassionate, she is very shy and I can see university destroying her sense of goodness. In her case, I would think about offering her the idea mentioned in a comment below to stay near home until 20 before fully letting go. My youngest daughter though, she is just like me and is fearless to the point where even I am sometimes worried she is too strong. For her, I will have to think of something else because I also don't want her to suffer like I did, but I know she needs to fail in order to grow stronger like me. Being a parent is very difficult and complex, because while your kids are reflections of you, they are not you and need to make different decisions based on their own temperaments.

I will try to not stifle them when they become teenagers, as best as I can, and I think a key to not doing that is letting them take on more responsibility so that they can prove to me and to themselves that they are ready.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can also gargle with salt water, strong lemon water, vinegar water, or a tsp of hydrogen peroxide (don't swallow!)

Point is to kill the virus in your throat versus just taking Tylenol to mask a symptom, you treat the cause.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

For the cough, I breathed in the steam from my humidifier (1 gal water with 1 tsp Hydrogen peroxide mixed) to help kill off anything growing in my lungs.

It worked and I felt better after 3 days and only needed Vicks Vaporub on my chest to ease the coughing. Also, I kept drinking hot teas with honey. Good luck.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

PNW here, some store shelves are empty like this but do get lightly stocked. However, I think it might be worse because I've found at many stores that they stack the one or two items right at the front leaving the rest of the shelf empty.

Hard to tell from far until you start moving things back and see there isn't anything behind it.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

Glad I'm not the only one. During lockdowns, I was outside going places even if it was just the dumb grocery store for the 3rd day in a row.

It was surreal to be the only car on the road during peak traffic times.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

Look at you doing just that. By the way, the Nicene Creed uses "catholic, and apostolic church" for a reason. Catholic means universal, meaning all Christians.

Protestants have no connection to Biblical history because they have separated themselves from it. My church started with Jesus, yours at best was with Luthor at worst only a couple decades ago!

Catholics don't worship Mary, but they give her the respect she is due as the Mother of God. Orthodox do the same and it can be argued that the Orthodox are just as original as the Catholics. Many Orthodox can trace their church's foundation to St Paul, no Protestant can say the same.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

They do give Hep B shots to newborns, have been doing that for a while. You can deny it at the time of birth, might have to get loud with the nurses who will try to bully you into giving it though.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

What the flying fuck!!!! Who fucking yanks out the placenta! It pops out on its own a few minutes after the baby is born! WOW!

I would have strangled the dr who did that to me with my own damn placenta!!!

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had stocked up some before all this but its been so long without the brand I usually get, and it is one supposedly made in America too! I purposely chose US manufactured cat food to avoid this hassle and its been crazy trying to find even crappy blue buffalo brand!

I only feed my cat grain free food, my cat used to get bloody poop that stank horribly until I figured out probiotics for cats was the key to stopping that.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

Eww, thats just disgusting.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

I couldn't believe I was actually seeing one of these creatures in real life. A greasy, overweight, 30 year old pussy still living with his mother, probably in her basement.

He could barely breath with his muzzle on.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 1 point ago +1 / -0

That is true, this needs to be done before hand. Asking them why they're on a porno site and why its bad is a weak wristed way of parenting.

My comment was meant as support for the method mentioned by u/king07828, because it is a solid method of teaching critical thinking.

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TrappedRed_in_blue 2 points ago +2 / -0

I do exactly this and both my kids have been model children. When we used to go out more, I would get compliments on their behavior, at even toddler ages!!

The best parents give their children loving, kind affection and honest discipline. I am the parent, so I've got to be on my best behavior to teach them. When I mess up, I own up to it and tell them why I was wrong. It is hard, but the reward of good children is so worth it.

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