One more update!
Last night I updated the website. Some things have been moved around to make everything a bit more navigable, others have been left alone, and there are a few more additions. Check it out and see what you think.
In other news, Jonathan has officially learned the word ‘no’. What he has yet to learn is when he should say it. It’s okay to say ‘no’ when he doesn’t want food or a toy. It’s a whole other deal when I tell him not to touch something and he says ‘no’. Grrr. . . but he’s learning. ‘Please’ has officially re-entered the vocabulary as well, the only trick is to get him to use it all of the time. Getting him to say ‘please’ and rewarding him by letting him touch or play with everything is one way to encourage him to keep saying ‘please’, but it also teaches him he can get http://v-nep.org/classroom/student-essay-help/04/ cialis witherbee medical marijuana essay le pouvoir du viagra book review template vigria pills https://www.nationalautismcenter.org/letter/phd-thesis-table-of-contents-guide/26/ thesis topics psychology often do take viagra science help homework sas homework help esl reflective essay ghostwriters services au professional university university essay topics thesis tungkol sa wikang ingles belle movie review thesis statement abortion essay helpers essay pay it forward cialis how long before https://nyusternldp.blogs.stern.nyu.edu/how-to-give-introduction-of-myself-in-class/ levitra purchase coffee shop business plan viagra launched go here cialis online greece thesis source watch how to write an html link https://naturalpath.net/natural-news/consommation-de-viagra-dans-le-monde/100/ how to writing essay 1145 order antibiotics overnight professional admission paper proofreading websites for phd everything he wants by saying ‘please’. If you stop doing that, then ‘please’ becomes sort of worthless – he might as well grunt because it will do him just as much good. The experiment continues.
Allergy shots are fun. Just thought you’d like to know.