• Can you drink rain?

    86 answers · Newborn & Baby · 3 days ago
  • Do you like motorcycles?

    Best answer: Like ? I love them :)
    Best answer: Like ? I love them :)
    44 answers · Newborn & Baby · 3 days ago
  • Do you prefer the name Chantelle, Chanaya, or Chanique?

    Shawn-tel Shun-neya Shun-nique
    Shawn-tel Shun-neya Shun-nique
    25 answers · Baby Names · 2 days ago
  • My husband just moved out and within two days, moved another girl and her kids into his house. Am I crazy to think that’s not ok?

    Here’s the thing, we’re divorcing cordially and staying out of court. We don’t have lawyers and are pretty good friends. Up until this point, things were great. We would still hang out and have dinner or hug each other, etc. The communication was pretty good also. The plan was to live together and pay down debts... show more
    Here’s the thing, we’re divorcing cordially and staying out of court. We don’t have lawyers and are pretty good friends. Up until this point, things were great. We would still hang out and have dinner or hug each other, etc. The communication was pretty good also. The plan was to live together and pay down debts so that when he moved out, it would be easier on both of us. Well, he moved out and within two days, moved his friends with benefits in and her three kids. He hadn’t even moved his own kids into his house! He claims this is only temporary as she needed a place to stay but he doesn’t see the problem this poses to our kids. We were supposed to help them adjust. The first night he moved out, we all went over and played games and had pizza. He thinks I’m crazy and that it’s “my hangup” and not a big deal. I’m trying to explain to him that we are dismantling our family. It takes time and we need to give the kids the courtesy of adjusting to Daddy having a new house. Throwing three other people into the mix isn’t fair for them...Now, not only do they have to adjust to something new and scary, they have to share their Dad with other kids. He still just doesn’t get it. I’m posting this in hopes I can show him that I’m not alone in thinking he needs to put the kids first. If this were a year down the road of him having a house and being moved out, I wouldn’t care - not my place but he literally JUST moved out. It’s still the sensitive adjustment period :(
    13 answers · Parenting · 23 hours ago
  • How did parents who lived in the 80's stay in touch with their children?

    Best answer: Pre-arranged times. I will meet you at the fountain in the mall at 7:30 p.m. Or I'll be there to pick you up from your friend's house tomorrow morning at 10:00, and the teenager would be watching out the window for when their parent pulled into the drive. All of that was decided before the teenager was... show more
    Best answer: Pre-arranged times. I will meet you at the fountain in the mall at 7:30 p.m. Or I'll be there to pick you up from your friend's house tomorrow morning at 10:00, and the teenager would be watching out the window for when their parent pulled into the drive. All of that was decided before the teenager was dropped off. People also had house phones, and if you were staying at your friend's house you would use their house phone to let your parents know if there was any change in plans. Most schools and sport teams, etc. had phone books your parents could reference so that they knew the phone numbers of your friend's family's house phone, or people would just memorize phone numbers, and parents would make sure they knew the parents of your friends and how to get a hold of them.
    At stores if only one person went in, the driver would either park where they could see the person come out of the store or they would circle the parking lot entrance regularly as they waited so they would notice the other person when they came out.
    And if you got lost while you were still learning to drive around the area (there was no gps, so you had to figure out for yourself how to get around to places) then you would look around and stop at a payphone telephone booth and call your parent's house phone for help with directions. Usually your parents knew the area well enough to be able to guide you from sign posts and stores that you observed around the telephone booth.
    People weren't constantly reachable, so there just had to be more planning and discussion beforehand. Sometimes parents would stay up near the phone so they would be there to get your call if you needed them and they knew you were going somewhere unfamiliar or were out late.
    19 answers · Parenting · 2 days ago
  • Baby girl name ideas?

    Need G or J names that are feminine. We like names that are not very common but people have heard of that name and easily pronounceable. Thanks
    Need G or J names that are feminine. We like names that are not very common but people have heard of that name and easily pronounceable. Thanks
    16 answers · Baby Names · 2 days ago
  • Zain or Zayn? Which spelling??

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  • Clara or Carla?

    Best answer: Clara sounds more elegant to me.

    Clara Belle
    Clara June
    Clara Elise
    Clara Lucille
    Clara Yvette
    Clara Lily
    Clara Vivian/Vivienne
    Clara Celeste
    Best answer: Clara sounds more elegant to me.

    Clara Belle
    Clara June
    Clara Elise
    Clara Lucille
    Clara Yvette
    Clara Lily
    Clara Vivian/Vivienne
    Clara Celeste
    22 answers · Baby Names · 3 days ago