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NoDramaMama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Can I flap my wings and fly even though I "want to be a bird" but wasn't BORN a bird?

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NoDramaMama2 2 points ago +2 / -0

My husband and I have horse paste on hand just in case. But when we got covid, we skipped it and went on the Zelenko protocol early on. Fortunately, our symptoms lasted about a week, chills, low-grade temp, coughing was the worst I've ever had, lost smell and taste for a couple of days, VERY tired. Still holding on to the horse paste, though. Good luck!

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NoDramaMama2 4 points ago +4 / -0

Such great advice, tips, and jokes here! BUT, you must also remember to learn how to store all of that "good eats." Canning, freezing, dehydrating, freeze-drying. Not hard to do but well worth the time, as you will have food throughout the winter and spring.

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NoDramaMama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

We used A Beka online for subjects I wasn't comfortable teaching - Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, Calculus. Great teaching, and the advantage of going back over a lesson if you didn't quite understand it the first time.

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NoDramaMama2 8 points ago +8 / -0

My children never attended public school, we homeschooled. But as a young mom, I didn't know - I trusted the doctors. ::: sigh :::

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NoDramaMama2 6 points ago +6 / -0

If you want your child to attend a public school (even some private schools) or public university, proof of vaccination is required.

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NoDramaMama2 7 points ago +7 / -0

Yes, I've heard of this lately... mothers saying they'll get their child vaxxed BUT with only one at a time and with a wait time in between. That's better than what the docs are offering. I wish I'd known.

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NoDramaMama2 45 points ago +45 / -0

One of my highly intelligent children was perfect - until his shots at around 2 years. He's now grown and has been diagnosed with Asperger's. I began to notice the signs - although at the time didn't know why - when he went to preschool. This loving, smiling, engaging, happy child became isolated, quiet, and had severely delayed speech. If I had a do-over, I would NEVER have given my children the shots !!! One: I wonder if it's necessary to the child's health or just "'convenient" for working mothers to not have to nurse a sick child (I had measles, mumps, and chicken pox and survived just fine). Two: A baby's and young child's immune system(s) aren't always sufficiently developed (imo) to handle the multiple-dose shots they're given and at such early ages!

I'm in my 60s, and when I was a child, autism and the "spectrum" were unheard of, and shots were not required. The only immunization I had was polio and smallpox before I started school.

Can't prove it, but a mother knows when her child changes after being vaxxed.

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NoDramaMama2 4 points ago +4 / -0

Adding... with more than one of my babies "unborn" -- I'd sing to them, and they'd calm down.

and AFTER they were born, they'd still soothe to the same songs!

Don't tell me they don't hear, sense, or feel.

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NoDramaMama2 7 points ago +7 / -0

One of my children had to be a C-section. I was behind a curtain and couldn't see what was happening - thankfully ! He was crying like crazy, and after they'd checked him, weighed him, they brought out this screaming meemie towards me.

I called his name. ..... He became quiet and looked towards me. While I couldn't hold him, he knew me, he felt safe.

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NoDramaMama2 6 points ago +6 / -0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R68JF-zAqj8

I clearly remember the first time I felt my baby's "flutter" - it was REAL and amazing, with only much more to come. Not a "blob of cells" -- he eventually even responded to my voice. I could feel his elbows and/or knees and touch them, and he'd respond to me. God bless the babies - and not the ones who are in their 20's.

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NoDramaMama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't "get" the down vote here. While his delivery is rough around the edges, his logic is reasonable. WE don't want the gov'ment telling us what to do with OUR bodies... yet the body of an unborn baby isn't "ours" - it is his/her body - don't they get a say as to whether or not they can live?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R68JF-zAqj8

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NoDramaMama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

To be honust, all of this talk about hoarding food tore at my heart strings to the point that I decided to donate ALL of any extra food I had to our local food bank. Yep. Nothing weighing on my conscience.

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NoDramaMama2 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well, look at BLM and Antifa in 2020. The Liberal-promoted-terrorist protestors care NOTHING about law or decency.

While it is, as I understand it, a FEDERAL crime to do so, it seems the DOSJ (Department of Selective Justice) has to organize its sock drawers rather enforce the LAW. Go Younkin !!

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NoDramaMama2 3 points ago +3 / -0

Part of me says AGREE. The other part says to DEFEAT it. If you turn away from Evil - like a weed - it just comes back. We have field that for 40+ years we've done all we can to eliminate a certain weed. It just keeps coming back - Fighting keeps it at bay.

I don't think we humans can truly "defeat" Evil..... God says He will do that (and He can) - we must stand the ground and FIGHT it until it happens. JMO.

Yes, I'm sick and tired of it.

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NoDramaMama2 8 points ago +8 / -0

When Snopes says something is false, I view it the same as CNN and MSNBC .... it must be TRUE.

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