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January 13th, 2009

Where Can I Buy Plavix, The temperature didn't get above zero today, so we decided to hang out at home all morning. When I told Siena it was time to get ready for preschool, Plavix canada, the kids were playing happily in the living room. They had played pretty nicely together all morning, and everyone seemed to be in a good mood, Plavix usa. All roses and sunshine in our house, Plavix craiglist, which I mention only to help you understand how utterly baffled I was by what came next. 

Siena. Went. Completely, Where Can I Buy Plavix. NUTS.

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So to say it caught me off guard would be a bit of understatement. 

At first, I responded to her freaking out with patience compassion exasperation:

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"SIENA. We're going to be late if you don't get ready now." 

"SIENA. You just kicked me, Plavix overseas. STOP IT." (as I was attempting to put tights on limp-noodle legs while she complained at the top of her voice and then, Plavix us, suddenly, regained muscle control in time to knee me in the chest and squirm away).  

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I'll admit, it took me way longer than it should have to just talk to her about what was going on. I kept thinking she was just being obnoxious, that the morning indoors had made her all squirrelly but she would snap out of it in a minute and remember how much she loved school, Where Can I Buy Plavix. And then we would put on our coats and hop in the car, 10mg Plavix. Or on the back of a unicorn, 100mg Plavix, whatever, for I was clearly living in a fantasy world at that point. 

I finally came back to reality when it struck me: maybe there is something going on at school, some situation that she is upset about, 750mg Plavix, and that's why she is dreading going back today. Plavix australia, Duh. Maybe I should ask her about it, and she'll tell me everything, 1000mg Plavix, and I'll use this teachable moment to help her feel better about the situation and learn that you can't just avoid your problems -- you have to face them. Where Can I Buy Plavix, (Still hadn't totally left the fantasy world, it would appear.) 


She told me nothing. Plavix ebay, Well, she told me a few vague and possibly invented-on-the-spot stories about one child not letting her use the doctor toys, and another child not playing with her, Plavix mexico, but they didn't seem big enough to be causing this level of drama. 250mg Plavix, I mean, that stuff happens five times a minute with preschoolers.

I tried a few more times, in the car on the way to school and again when she came home, 50mg Plavix, but got nothing substantial in response. 20mg Plavix, School, apparently, went fine today, 40mg Plavix. She did not seem eager to revisit the whole unpleasant incident, Plavix japan, which is understandable, but I hate to just drop it. I really want to know what was going on, Where Can I Buy Plavix. Even more important, I want to show her that she can talk to me about anything, that I'm on her side and ready to help her deal with whatever problems come up at preschool and beyond.

I'm a little bummed that it took me so long to recognize an opportunity for talking about what was going on. Instead of power-struggling to get ready, I should have sat down and asked some questions. (This "talking about anything" business is a key feature of my Parenting A Teenager Strategy, a vague game-plan I have started to mentally compile for when that dreaded time comes. Where Can I Buy Plavix, In fact, "talking about anything" is perhaps the only feature of my Parenting A Teenager Strategy that I've really thought about so far. Surely we'll get through those years with lots of open, calm, heartfelt conversations about everything in her life. Why would there be any drama. Who needs drama when you have a pet unicorn. We'll be fine. Oh, right, the fantasy-vs-reality thing again.) I digress, but only a little, because if there's one thing Siena knows how to do already, it's be dramatic, Where Can I Buy Plavix. So I need to hone my listening/talking/calmly-supporting parenting skills now, while she's still too young to drive. 

So I'm asking you for advice, because if you're reading this blog you are probably at least as qualified as I am to be a parent (knowing how to read and owning a computer being the two main things I have going for me in that department right now; actual brainpower and/or parenting skills seemingly in short supply). 

Do I drop the whole thing. Do I keep pressing her to talk. Do I risk driving her crazy by hounding her about it until she talks, or do I just wait and see if it comes up again. What do you think?

And what are you doing around 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. Because Siena needs a ride to preschool. .

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5 Responses to “Where Can I Buy Plavix”

  1. Logan Says:

    When I was young I playing and told it was time to leave. I through a fit that (I’m told) lasted 5+ hours. Sometime children can’t see past the fun they are having. I wouldn’t worry about it too much unless it happens again. That’s my advice from the cheap seats.

  2. Amy Says:

    Um, you should…I have no idea. I just keep focusing on the getting pregnant part. I thought that was the hard part. In my fantasy world, everything after that is easy.


  3. sara Says:

    Siena is pretty good about telling you when something is wrong – so I agree with Logan up there – she was probably just having so much fun at home. However, if you can’t shake the feeling that something isn’t quite right at school you can always ask the teacher. I’ve had to do that before and I think they’re used to it… “it” being us sensitive-parent types!

  4. Laura Says:

    Thanks. I was leaning toward the “just having fun playing” too, but then they had me pick her up early today. So now I’m leaning toward getting sick? But she doesn’t really seem sick? And the teacher thought she seemed normal yesterday, but then “tired or something” today. So who knows. . . we’ll wait and see.

  5. Laura Says:

    Oh, and Amy — you stay right where you are, in the fantasy world. Don’t think too much about what the reality will be like — they say that stress can make it harder to conceive, right? Best to avoid the reality until it’s screaming in your face, or asking to stay home from school. :)


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