Thanksgiving and other stuff Fluff

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Thanksgiving and other stuff Fluff
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Sun, 11-20-2011 - 11:21am

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 10:20am

My brother is left handed but throws right and hits left in baseball.

The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 10:34am

i'm not a fan of sweet potato casserole, it was rarely fixed even on thanksiginvg growing up. then i met DH, his mom makes the gunk with marshmellows, all the more reason to not like it, Lol.

 

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 10:34am
no meal is complete without bread or dinner rolls! ;-)

 

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 10:36am
thanks, that's interesting. my mother was a natural lefty who was forced to write with her right hand in school. i think mom still cut with a scissors and sewed with her right hand. i have two kids who are natural lefties, they pick up a spoon or fork with their left hands, they kick a soccer ball with their left foot, etc. etc. my middle kid is amblidextrous (sp) and i believe that contributes to her learning difference/disability.

 

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:09am
We rarely have bread or rolls at dinner.

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:30am

1. What is your favorite Thanksgiving dinner side
Probably stuffing.

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:35am
Why would all kids be learning at the same level in a perfect world? Kids have different gifts and talents, not to mention different developmental levels. A kid with a real flair for mathematics might learn the multiplication tables in a week, whereas another child might take several months to learn the same material. A child with a musical ear might learn a piano piece by heart after playing it half a dozen times, while another child might take two weeks of playing and struggling to do the same thing. Why would you want all kids to be the same?
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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:35am

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:42am

Why would you want all kids to be the same?

because that's what normal looks like.

 

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Mon, 11-21-2011 - 11:50am
Why do you think it is normal for all kids to be learning the same things at the same pace? It goes against everything we know about child development.

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