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^^time to start getting it done. 


but she just started walking...and already wanna use the potty
she will be in college at the end of the year. omgosh


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I just remembered take him back. She stole the man, then found out her wasnt $Hit and was asking the orginal lady to come back for him.

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I wanna thank the to Africans living in the Queen's Land for the good time im slated to have later. At 2:00 a.m this morning i begged for a fuqq then just a while ago i texted the bf that i loved the boom wuk and other filthy lyrics!!! CB i edited the post check out the link
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Am I doing the most by wanting to start potty training mini me already? Either way I just sat her on her potty to see what she would do and she actually sat still for about ten minutes and peed. 
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Originally posted by Lady ICE Lady ICE wrote:

^^time to start getting it done. 


but she just started walking...and already wanna use the potty
she will be in college at the end of the year. omgosh

Giiirl! don't say that or it will be that time for real by the time I turn around lol
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i know lol i said that with my kids and they're old now. time is flying. but...

pump that girl full of drinks and keep asking if she needs to potty
sit her on that pot (every 10-15mins)with a toy/ watch tv and she'll do it in no time.
dont forget to clap and cheer. make it a big deal so she'll be happy to do it again


OMGOSH shes growing too fastCry somebody else needs to have another baby. *cough..cherry..cough*
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Am I doing the most by wanting to start potty training mini me already? Either way I just sat her on her potty to see what she would do and she actually sat still for about ten minutes and peed. 

No, not at all. Once you arent screaming forcing or shaming her if she doesnt remember or wets the bed everything is okay. I was potty trained early (i actually told moms, i want to "wee wee toilet") im not smarter or duncer or more well adjusted than anyone else. i dont relate to/understand  this whole craze over the perfect time to potty train and all the books and aids to help kids potty train i see in North America. Mimi-me will learn and be quite fine
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Quote During the nadir [the years between 1890 and 1920, when African Americans were again put back into second-class citizenship], segregation increased everywhere. Jackie Robinson was not the first black player in major league baseball. Blacks had played in the major leagues in the nineteenth century, but by 1889 whites had forced them out. In 1911 the Kentucky Derby eliminated black jockeys after they won fifteen of the first twenty-eight derbies. Particularly in the South, whites attacked the richest and most successful African Americans, just as they had the most acculturated Native Americans, so upward mobility offered no way out for blacks but only made them more of a target. In the North as well as in the South, whites forced African Americans from skilled occupations and even unskilled jobs such as postal carriers. Eventually our system of segregation spread to South Africa, to Bermuda, and even to European-controlled enclaves in China.
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Quote When textbooks make racism invisible in American history, they obstruct our already poor ability to see it in the present. The closest they come to analysis is to present a vague feeling of optimism: in race relations, as in everything, our society is constantly getting better. We used to have slavery; now we don't. We used to have lynchings; now we don't. Baseball used to be all white; now it isn't. The notion of progress suffuses textbook treatments of black-white relations, implying that race relations have somehow steadily improved on their own. This cheery optimism only compounds the problem, because whites can infer that racism is over.
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Quote I had once believed that we were all masters of our fate--that we could mould our lives into any form we pleased. . . . I had overcome deafness and blindness sufficiently to be happy, and I supposed that anyone could come out victorious if he threw himself valiantly into life's struggle. But as I went more and more about the country I learned that I had spoken with assurance on a subject I knew little about... I learned that the power to rise in the world is not within the reach of everyone.

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