Since it was her that decided it was over, then it is she that should leave. Don’t give her the upper hand. You can’t be expected to suck up the pain as a result of her choices. She is worried about leaving the kids. That is her choice. It is a package deal. I suspect the balance of their time between you and her won’t be affected by that…[Read more]
I am curious as to the details of getting kicked out of “your” house. I am not familiar with the legalities, but advice I have seen is that if you leave you are at a disadvantage. It is often suggested that if she wants out of the relationship, then she should leave and you should stay. Of course that depends on who the house actually belongs to.…[Read more]
It also isn’t clear if the children’s area is divided for girls and boys. But in point 1 young females are taken to the children’s area attached to the male changing area. So boys 8-12 are changing in the same room as young girls?
I agree with your assessment. Definitely gender bias here. I don’t get point 2. Why do young males 8-12 have to go to the children’s area? At least it’s nice that they give you an out with point 7.
Curious if this place has family swim where parents and children would be changing together, or if it’s just kids lessons. Guessing that since they…[Read more]
Installing car seats quickly, for car seats that use the seat belts to hold in place – I have a video, but don’t see a way to upload. So I will do my best to describe it.
Tools needed: a long stick, flat if possible, and a spring clamp.
First, pull the seat belt out and clip the spring clamp on it to hold it out.
go about half way down the length…[Read more]
Before installing car seats, lay down puppy training pads to collect any spills or other debris and save your car seats. This is especially nice when using a rental car.
They are also nice to have with when travelling for clean up emergencies as they are super absorbent and can be safely and cleanly handled from the plastic side.
Use them under a…[Read more]