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Old 11-16-2018, 05:39 PM
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Suck it, moms and dads

https://gizmodo.com/cleaning-your-baby-s-pacifier-by-sucking-on-it-prevents-1830488778/amp

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Itís a scene parents and caregivers are all too familiar with: an infantís pacifier falls to the floor. When this happened with my first born, I rushed to clean the soiled soother by boiling it in water or carefully washing it in the sink. But by the time my second child was born, I was considerably more relaxed, and I started do something some parents might consider a bit grossóI sucked on my childís fallen pacifier to clean it.
And donít helicopter the kids either.
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Old 11-16-2018, 06:35 PM
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Exposure to germs is what keeps us strong. These hand sanitizer junkies should lead the next die off.
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Old 11-17-2018, 02:06 PM
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^ This. Kids are getting weaker in our once great land. High school coaches consistently report this. I played in the mud. I grew up in Roswell, NM, weird thing to brag about, but real estate was in long supply. Every grade school I went to had a large playground. We would play serious games of tag at recess and lunch. Lucky me, this was at 3500 ft. altitude. I was a good runner/athlete in HS/College, pardon the boasting. I feel for the kids who don't have the 'luxuries' I had, who never walk to school.
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Old 11-20-2018, 06:25 AM
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Oh for petes sake. Dont fall into the "these kids today" nonsense.

Regarding pacifiers i wiped my daughters pacifier off with the tissue that 99% of parents have in their pockets at all times. Frankly though the sooner a kid is weaned off a pacifier the better.
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Old 11-20-2018, 08:42 AM
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all the sanitizers drive me mad - that said, there are things I do want to clean - like the grocery cart handle..
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:01 AM
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Cool Interesting Article

I remember 40 years ago when my then baby son took a handful of dirt into his mouth~ my Father, a Doctor remarked "it is estimated that children ingest about three pounds of dirt before they become adults, your boy is just getting a head start, not to worry" .

I too grew up long ago and got filthy playing or pretty much every where I went because I was inquisitive .

Maye that's why I enjoy such robust health now, I dunno but I doubt I'll ever suck on any baby's pacifier .

Agreed, they need to get off that thing ASAP .
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