#7. Create a small tread or "no-slip grip" on the bottom of your child's sock with puff paint.
#10. Fresh vegetables are inedible but filthy playground mulch is delicious.
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Here's the thing: There is no truth to the saying, “Spare the rod spoil the child.”
#6. Potty training can take anywhere from three days to three years. Clear your schedule accordingly.
#3. You will yell, “Get your finger out of there,” “Don’t lick that,” and, “Get off of that” within 30 minutes of waking.
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#5. Tiny hands can do terrible things with yogurt.
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#7. "I am now a professional wiper." — Julianna W. Miner, Rants from Mommyland
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#3. Any quick and easy method is a farce.
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3. Different kids require different techniques.
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My biggest advice? Sitting still is not required.