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shabutie 4 kids; Redlands, California 4095 posts
1st May '10

mehhh as well as can be expected as long as he gets his tylenol with codiene he doesn't seem to have too much pain. So he's doin pretty good.

HeatherOO7 18 kids; California 43054 posts
1st May '10
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shabutie 4 kids; Redlands, California 4095 posts
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HeatherOO7 18 kids; California 43054 posts
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shabutie 4 kids; Redlands, California 4095 posts
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shabutie 4 kids; Redlands, California 4095 posts
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shabutie 4 kids; Redlands, California 4095 posts
1st May '10

I lost 4 pounds... but right now I want chocolate.

Mrs Dexter Morgan 1 child; Virginia 19134 posts
1st May '10
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Sammy Realon Japan 2 posts
5th Jun '13
Quoting shabutie:" Did any of you have a toddler with a broken arm? How hard was it for the little one to have a cast on? And how was bathing & such?"

In regards to bathing, although trash bags and duck tape might get the job done, there's a product called DRYPro which is a much safer and durable bet. It works wonders (especially during the summer when your kids are going to want to go to the pool or beach). Although a garbage bag might work for a quick bath or shower, its definitely not going to survive a fun-filled day at the beach, pool, or waterpark. Here's a few testimonials if you want to check out what other's think about it. Hope this helps!!
http://www.drycorp.com/content/testimonial-drypro/index.html
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