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Old 08-06-12, 01:38 PM
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Kaitlyn will NOT go in the pool unless I go in. Seriously? WTH Its annoying the heck out of me and Nicole wont go in w/o Kaitlyn. The water has to be at least 75* to go in, so if anything I will take a dip and get out. Im an adult and dont "play" in the pool unless its in the upper 70s and then I would throw them in and such. Heres it is summer and Kaitlyn wants to be up my butt ALL day long!
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Old 08-06-12, 02:07 PM
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Probably not normal but its my life too. Leanna is like that. She does things only when she is ready not before. We had a playset 2 yrs before she would climb up to the top. She is 11 & still won't spend the night at a friend's house...just a week ago she tried and I had to pick her up at 9pm. If I stayed over too she would have stayed.
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