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I feel you, my kids seems to race to see how fast they can eat anything in the house, literally. I have spent the last 7 days training them how not to do that.
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Good luck with that!
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My mom used to...

Read stories to us

Cut up yarn and toss it in the yard & we'd watch a bird build a nest with it thru the window

Take us into the yard and ask us "what do the indians see that you don't see"? and then point out birds, squirrels, bugs, etc.

Play card games & board games (old maid, yatzee, etc)

Make a pillow fort or throw a blanket over a card table.
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Dont worry, believe in god.
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My mom used to...

Read stories to us

Cut up yarn and toss it in the yard & we'd watch a bird build a nest with it thru the window

Take us into the yard and ask us "what do the indians see that you don't see"? and then point out birds, squirrels, bugs, etc.

Play card games & board games (old maid, yatzee, etc)

Make a pillow fort or throw a blanket over a card table.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78340003


ah the good old days! Today, we are all too busy to play such games :)
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I am finally to the point where i am not letting them outside anymore.
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I don't have any children, but I keep thinking about how awful this must be for people who have them. My best friend has 2 kids and she is so worried.

I have 2 dogs that I have had since they were puppies, and I worry over what will happen to them if something happens to me, that is bad enough.

God bless you OP and keep your family safe and together.
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I don't have any children, but I keep thinking about how awful this must be for people who have them. My best friend has 2 kids and she is so worried.

I have 2 dogs that I have had since they were puppies, and I worry over what will happen to them if something happens to me, that is bad enough.

God bless you OP and keep your family safe and together.
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Yep it is scary with kids. They are more likely to catch it
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I don't have any children, but I keep thinking about how awful this must be for people who have them. My best friend has 2 kids and she is so worried.

I have 2 dogs that I have had since they were puppies, and I worry over what will happen to them if something happens to me, that is bad enough.

God bless you OP and keep your family safe and together.
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Yep it is scary with kids. They are more likely to catch it
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
 Quoting: Oxi moran


I would love to hear from other parents... it was fine until this virus came into the picture
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I have 3 kids and I’m not too worried. We’re staying home and I go out for food occasionally. My kids know that when push comes to shove they have to eat rice if they don’t want to starve. I have some prep food but while the supermarkets are still open I’ll keep going out and buying food.

Kids are hardly effected by this disease.
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
 Quoting: Oxi moran


Yup. Been getting stressed out relatives with kids emails. People don't understand that kids need a schedule and parents need to stick to the schedule. Parents also need alone time to themselves.. as part of the schedule. Even if they go lock themselves in the car with a book.

Example:

Bake artisan bread from day before.
Breakfast
Cleanup with everyone helping
Make / prep lunch (even if PBJ) and soup. Kids make their own sandwiches.
Prep loaf/loves artisan bread for next day (kids can take turns and put / cut their initial on top of loaf
Prep dinner with everything ready to go for dinner time.
By 10 am start Homework 2 hours
Lunch / clean-up
Physical play time / parent alone time
Homework / reading time - 2 hours
Physical play time
Reading books or art time - learn how to play musical instrument practice
Crafts
Dinner / clean-up / baths
Board games or reading




Baking bread goes a long way to help with mealtimes and much cheaper then buying bread.

Bread recipe - NO KNEADING
if you love those round crusty french bread types of artisian breads, hot out of the oven and you have no time. THIS is a recipe for you!

here is the recipe from the nyt:
[link to www.nytimes.com]
[link to www.nytimes.com]
above is a video on how to make it.

all you will need is a dutch oven (like a big 4 quart metal pot you make stew in)

get a bowl. throw in 3 cups of flour
1 3/4th cup of warm water
1/4 tsp yeast
1 1/4th tsp salt

I use a spatula to mix it up or you can mix that all up with your hands. do it fast you don't need to be perfect about it.
cover the bowl with saran wrap!
that's it then.

Let it sit somewhere warmish for around 24 hours. it really doesn't matter too much if it's 18 hours or 23 hours. just somewhere in there. 24 is easy to remember.

The next day, preheat your oven to 450 F. with the pot IN the oven heating with it. This is an important step because when you pour your dough into the pot then it kind of seals it immediately and stops it from sticking.

You may need something else to stop the bread from sticking to the pan. so throw in at the bottom of the pan in a good covered layer some corn meal, or oatmeal, or muesli, or any course type grain you want on your bread. sesame seeds, poppy seeds whatever.

Take the HOT pot out of the oven and with a spatula just get the dough from the bowl (that's been sitting around for a day bubbling with yeasty tasty goodness) in there fast. don't make a big ordeal about it. don't worry if it's shaped funny, it will all even out when it cooks.

Bake it with the lid on for 35 - 40 minutes - turn oven off -
then take lid off and bake another 10 or 15.

That's it. it's should pop straight out of your pot onto the counter to cool!

+++

i have made variations of this recipe where i added cocoa powder and sugar (it's not like a chocolate muffin but more like a biscotti)

i have made a variation where i added raisins, cinnamon and molasses

i have made one where i have throw in in almonds and sesame seeds and dried fruit like figs or dates.
or sometimes just mixed nuts.

i have substituted flour with cream of wheat!
i have done it with a sourdough starter.

you can do 1/2 wheat and half corn flour
or 1/2 wheat and some rye.
anything goes!

just mix it up, let it sit, and bake.
voila.

Soda Bread

Ingredients
170g/6oz self-raising wholemeal flour
170g/6oz plain flour
½ tsp salt
½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
290ml/½ pint buttermilk

How-to-videos: [link to www.bbc.co.uk (secure)]
Method
Preheat the oven to 400F/200C/Gas 6.
Tip the flours, salt and bicarbonate of soda into a large mixing bowl and stir.
Make a well in the centre and pour in the buttermilk, mixing quickly with a large fork to form a soft dough. (Depending upon the absorbency of the flour, you may need to add a little milk if the dough seems too stiff but it should not be too wet or sticky.)
Turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead briefly.
Form into a round and flatten the dough slightly before placing on a lightly floured baking sheet.
Cut a cross on the top and bake for about 30 minutes or until the loaf sounds hollow when tapped. Cool on a wire rack.


No Knead Crusty Rolls

For the water, I just use hot tap water. It’s important to make sure your oven reaches 450° F. (my oven takes 35 minutes). For the overnight method, simply switch to COOL water and let the dough rest overnight on the counter top for 8 to 24 hours. Be sure to aerate your flour before measuring. - Jenny Jones

Prep Time: 5 minutes.   Cook Time: 25 minutes. Total Time: 4 hours.  Makes: 8 rolls

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups (320 grams) bread flour or all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon (1 gram) instant or dry active yeast
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups hot tap water (up to 130° F)
Instructions:
In a large bowl combine dry ingredients. Stir in water. Mixture will be thick and sticky.
Cover with plastic wrap & let stand on counter top for 3 hours.
After 3 hours (mixture will be puffy and bubbly on top) place dough on a well-floured surface. Using a scraper fold over about 12 times, adding enough flour so it doesn’t stick (about 2 Tbsp).
Using a scraper cut dough into 8 pieces. With floured hands, shape each into a ball by folding and tucking, like making a drawstring bag.
Place on parchment paper-lined baking sheet (not wax paper) & cover with a dish towel. Let stand at room temperature for 35 minutes. They will puff up but will not double in size.
As soon as rolls are covered, start preheating oven to 450° F. Oven must be 450° so use an oven thermometer if possible.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until golden brown. To re-crisp the next day, preheat the oven to 325° F and place the rolls directly on the oven rack for 10-12 minutes.

To Freeze: Once baked & cooled, they freeze beautifully. To re-crisp, place frozen rolls directly on the oven rack in a preheated 325° F oven for 10-12 minutes. They'll be even more crispy than first-baked! 

Variation: To make sesame seed rolls, gently brush rolls just before baking with egg white and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
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its a great time to teach your kids not to be pathetic weenies. the sooner they learn that hardship is a part of life, the better.
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It's because you're a moran that fell for their lies.

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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
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its a great time to teach your kids not to be pathetic weenies. the sooner they learn that hardship is a part of life, the better.
ohyeah
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Yes.
Will help them build character too.
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Possibly the most dangerous words to be spoken that can strip the veneer of civility from anyone are "Daddy, I'm hungry."
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Ikr.... parents have to e freaking out right now
 Quoting: Oxi moran


Grandparents too!

Logic circuits in overload - but still holding and helping towards the plan to keep babies safe

Their father is calm and highly concerned

When he was five on a sailboat with me - and Ann unexpected gust turned us over (his first time sailing) ha calmly looked at me nand said “Tell me what to do” without panic

He is leading the plan under GREAT DURESS

Has to take 3 babies ACROSS COUNTRY to his new job and their new address ... 2500 miles and “human contact is off the table”

Just think!

Original plan was to FLY - 6 months ago

Now must drive an SUV with a trailer thru the mountains with zero experience

Prayer requested!
"What are you helping with all this helping?" Buddhist saying
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Your kids are NOT going to die from this.

It's people with respitory problems. Smokers especially those with KOL disease (article in Swedish)
[link to www.doktorn.com (secure)]

*Tuberculosis people (Somalis and Russians especially)
*Diabeeetus people because they're fat and out of shape, their bodies will have a hard time coping with getting pneumonia from this virus.
*Old people, because their bodies in many cases are spent and it's natural for them to die from infections

probably a bunch more, what they all have in common is poor health and/or poor respiration.

Healthy people not so much, so if you raised your children the right way and fed them properly there's no problem.

Vitamin C and D (especially now that you people are staying indoors) supplements.


What could be scary is if they manage to destroy the world economy, then it gets scary, this clownvirus will be forgotten when you got billions unemployed and all shops etc. breaks down, anarchy will reign.
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High fat meals will help keep everyone feeling fuller while eating less. Add extra butter or bacon lard to meals, don't drain fats.
why are birds fruits?

because they grow on trees...
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Just keep the Lord close by and remember what He did for Elijah and how Jesus fed thousands grouphug
Mark 13:19 For in those days shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be. Job 37:13 He causeth it to come, whether for correction, or for his land, or for mercy.
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
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I would love to hear from other parents... it was fine until this virus came into the picture
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I have 3 kids and I’m not too worried. We’re staying home and I go out for food occasionally. My kids know that when push comes to shove they have to eat rice if they don’t want to starve. I have some prep food but while the supermarkets are still open I’ll keep going out and buying food.

Kids are hardly effected by this disease.
 Quoting: RuneMistress


More and more kids are testi g positive and are dying from the vurus
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You're over thinking it, just like they want ya too. I have an 11yo and a 5yo, Went to Disney world last Thursday to Sunday. Had the time of our lives, so did everyone else there. Less than 1 percent of the US has it, just chill.
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Dang!!!! I get it i am freaked out. But you, you dont give a flying eff. Take them to the germ capital of the world!!! Nice
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Helps build their immune system ;)
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To each their own i guess. But how could you put them in that position? I get the attitude of "i just dont care if i get this disease. But thats usually single people. But as parent to put them in a potentially dangerous situation?
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It's not a dangerous situation. The people that are telling you that are lying to you. What you need to look for is the little outs they give themselves. It's lawyer speak, but tune into it. "You are all going to die! (according to the CDC)" It's all about plausible deniability. It's like when Bush was blaming 9/11 on Saddam. Little equivocal outs every time, so later they can say, see, we never said that, you just thought it.

If you're going to be a parent, you need to up the discernment. It's a minefield out there.
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
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They are children, not meals.
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
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I would love to hear from other parents... it was fine until this virus came into the picture
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I have 3 kids and I’m not too worried. We’re staying home and I go out for food occasionally. My kids know that when push comes to shove they have to eat rice if they don’t want to starve. I have some prep food but while the supermarkets are still open I’ll keep going out and buying food.

Kids are hardly effected by this disease.
 Quoting: RuneMistress


More and more kids are testi g positive and are dying from the vurus
 Quoting: Oxi moran


Stop believing this. If your kid was on a ventilator before he/she got Covid, you might have a problem. If your kid is like the other million kids that got this, it's over in a few days.

I've had a kid with a serious viral infection, fever of 105. That was real. This is nothing by comparison.
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I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
 Quoting: Oxi moran


Yup. Been getting stressed out relatives with kids emails. People don't understand that kids need a schedule and parents need to stick to the schedule. Parents also need alone time to themselves.. as part of the schedule. Even if they go lock themselves in the car with a book.

Example:

Bake artisan bread from day before.
Breakfast
Cleanup with everyone helping
Make / prep lunch (even if PBJ) and soup. Kids make their own sandwiches.
Prep loaf/loves artisan bread for next day (kids can take turns and put / cut their initial on top of loaf
Prep dinner with everything ready to go for dinner time.
By 10 am start Homework 2 hours
Lunch / clean-up
Physical play time / parent alone time
Homework / reading time - 2 hours
Physical play time
Reading books or art time - learn how to play musical instrument practice
Crafts
Dinner / clean-up / baths
Board games or reading




Baking bread goes a long way to help with mealtimes and much cheaper then buying bread.

Bread recipe - NO KNEADING
if you love those round crusty french bread types of artisian breads, hot out of the oven and you have no time. THIS is a recipe for you!

here is the recipe from the nyt:
[link to www.nytimes.com]
[link to www.nytimes.com]
above is a video on how to make it.

all you will need is a dutch oven (like a big 4 quart metal pot you make stew in)

get a bowl. throw in 3 cups of flour
1 3/4th cup of warm water
1/4 tsp yeast
1 1/4th tsp salt

I use a spatula to mix it up or you can mix that all up with your hands. do it fast you don't need to be perfect about it.
cover the bowl with saran wrap!
that's it then.

Let it sit somewhere warmish for around 24 hours. it really doesn't matter too much if it's 18 hours or 23 hours. just somewhere in there. 24 is easy to remember.

The next day, preheat your oven to 450 F. with the pot IN the oven heating with it. This is an important step because when you pour your dough into the pot then it kind of seals it immediately and stops it from sticking.

You may need something else to stop the bread from sticking to the pan. so throw in at the bottom of the pan in a good covered layer some corn meal, or oatmeal, or muesli, or any course type grain you want on your bread. sesame seeds, poppy seeds whatever.

Take the HOT pot out of the oven and with a spatula just get the dough from the bowl (that's been sitting around for a day bubbling with yeasty tasty goodness) in there fast. don't make a big ordeal about it. don't worry if it's shaped funny, it will all even out when it cooks.

Bake it with the lid on for 35 - 40 minutes - turn oven off -
then take lid off and bake another 10 or 15.

That's it. it's should pop straight out of your pot onto the counter to cool!

+++

i have made variations of this recipe where i added cocoa powder and sugar (it's not like a chocolate muffin but more like a biscotti)

i have made a variation where i added raisins, cinnamon and molasses

i have made one where i have throw in in almonds and sesame seeds and dried fruit like figs or dates.
or sometimes just mixed nuts.

i have substituted flour with cream of wheat!
i have done it with a sourdough starter.

you can do 1/2 wheat and half corn flour
or 1/2 wheat and some rye.
anything goes!

just mix it up, let it sit, and bake.
voila.

Soda Bread

Ingredients
170g/6oz self-raising wholemeal flour
170g/6oz plain flour
½ tsp salt
½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
290ml/½ pint buttermilk

How-to-videos: [link to www.bbc.co.uk (secure)]
Method
Preheat the oven to 400F/200C/Gas 6.
Tip the flours, salt and bicarbonate of soda into a large mixing bowl and stir.
Make a well in the centre and pour in the buttermilk, mixing quickly with a large fork to form a soft dough. (Depending upon the absorbency of the flour, you may need to add a little milk if the dough seems too stiff but it should not be too wet or sticky.)
Turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead briefly.
Form into a round and flatten the dough slightly before placing on a lightly floured baking sheet.
Cut a cross on the top and bake for about 30 minutes or until the loaf sounds hollow when tapped. Cool on a wire rack.


No Knead Crusty Rolls

For the water, I just use hot tap water. It’s important to make sure your oven reaches 450° F. (my oven takes 35 minutes). For the overnight method, simply switch to COOL water and let the dough rest overnight on the counter top for 8 to 24 hours. Be sure to aerate your flour before measuring. - Jenny Jones

Prep Time: 5 minutes.   Cook Time: 25 minutes. Total Time: 4 hours.  Makes: 8 rolls

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups (320 grams) bread flour or all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon (1 gram) instant or dry active yeast
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups hot tap water (up to 130° F)
Instructions:
In a large bowl combine dry ingredients. Stir in water. Mixture will be thick and sticky.
Cover with plastic wrap & let stand on counter top for 3 hours.
After 3 hours (mixture will be puffy and bubbly on top) place dough on a well-floured surface. Using a scraper fold over about 12 times, adding enough flour so it doesn’t stick (about 2 Tbsp).
Using a scraper cut dough into 8 pieces. With floured hands, shape each into a ball by folding and tucking, like making a drawstring bag.
Place on parchment paper-lined baking sheet (not wax paper) & cover with a dish towel. Let stand at room temperature for 35 minutes. They will puff up but will not double in size.
As soon as rolls are covered, start preheating oven to 450° F. Oven must be 450° so use an oven thermometer if possible.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until golden brown. To re-crisp the next day, preheat the oven to 325° F and place the rolls directly on the oven rack for 10-12 minutes.

To Freeze: Once baked & cooled, they freeze beautifully. To re-crisp, place frozen rolls directly on the oven rack in a preheated 325° F oven for 10-12 minutes. They'll be even more crispy than first-baked! 

Variation: To make sesame seed rolls, gently brush rolls just before baking with egg white and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
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Excellent bread recipes. Enjoy
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Your kids are NOT going to die from this.

It's people with respitory problems. Smokers especially those with KOL disease (article in Swedish)
[link to www.doktorn.com (secure)]

*Tuberculosis people (Somalis and Russians especially)
*Diabeeetus people because they're fat and out of shape, their bodies will have a hard time coping with getting pneumonia from this virus.
*Old people, because their bodies in many cases are spent and it's natural for them to die from infections

probably a bunch more, what they all have in common is poor health and/or poor respiration.

Healthy people not so much, so if you raised your children the right way and fed them properly there's no problem.

Vitamin C and D (especially now that you people are staying indoors) supplements.


What could be scary is if they manage to destroy the world economy, then it gets scary, this clownvirus will be forgotten when you got billions unemployed and all shops etc. breaks down, anarchy will reign.
 Quoting: AltSwede


THIS is something to be worried about. And they're using people like the OP to bring this about. So everyone, CHILL OUT. Just calm down. Some of us have been at this longer than you've been alive. This virus is not the big one. The global program that is being run for no apparent reason, this can be the big one. But if you know and love truth, you know there is less than nothing to worry about.
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You should promote the New Jerusalem Calendar plan since that is the only hope for the children going forward.
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Re: With 3 small kids, I am freaking out right now!
Um what do you think condoms are for?

For under ten dollars this whole mess could have been solved. You can get three nice condoms for ten bux.

Consider this nature's way of reminding you that conspiracytards should not breeding like rats.
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03/29/2020 09:42 AM
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Re: With 3 small kids, I am freaking out right now!
I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
 Quoting: Oxi moran


I would love to hear from other parents... it was fine until this virus came into the picture
 Quoting: Oxi moran


My advice is this:
Do not scare the kids!!! Even if you are afraid you MUST put on a show imdicating everything is going to be ok and you 'got this' .
VERY IMPORTANT!!!
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03/29/2020 09:43 AM
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Re: With 3 small kids, I am freaking out right now!
I don't have any children, but I keep thinking about how awful this must be for people who have them. My best friend has 2 kids and she is so worried.

I have 2 dogs that I have had since they were puppies, and I worry over what will happen to them if something happens to me, that is bad enough.

God bless you OP and keep your family safe and together.
 Quoting: Peepaws


Yep it is scary with kids. They are more likely to catch it
 Quoting: Oxi moran


This is a lie.

You are a panic-bot.

Not working.
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03/29/2020 09:55 AM
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Re: With 3 small kids, I am freaking out right now!
you can eat the kids if you have to.
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hesright
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You have the same genes as John Wayne Gacey
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Re: With 3 small kids, I am freaking out right now!
I have done a bit of prepping, but i am still freaking out! Its all because of these kids!!! I could handle this if it were just me and the wife. I think any parent has to be feeling the same things i am!
 Quoting: Oxi moran


I would love to hear from other parents... it was fine until this virus came into the picture
 Quoting: Oxi moran


I have 3 kids and I’m not too worried. We’re staying home and I go out for food occasionally. My kids know that when push comes to shove they have to eat rice if they don’t want to starve. I have some prep food but while the supermarkets are still open I’ll keep going out and buying food.

Kids are hardly effected by this disease.
 Quoting: RuneMistress


More and more kids are testi g positive and are dying from the vurus
 Quoting: Oxi moran


I said hardly affected. One child has died that we know of.





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