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Re: : [IP] Periods, Puberty, and Pumping



Better safe than sorry until she can proove to you that she deserves your
trust.
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 7:11 AM
Subject: Re: : [IP] Periods, Puberty, and Pumping


> In a message dated 1/6/02 6:38:29 AM !!!First Boot!!!, email @ redacted
> writes:
>
> << Jenny's class is going to DC and New York next June. Since we are
>  traveling from California, and big bucks have already been paid, we are
>  still going. I *will* go on the trip. The discussion is whether I will
>  be in a room with Jen and two other girls or in another room with other
>  girls.  I am telling her that she needs to be very, very good about
>  remembering to bolus between now and then if she doesn't want me in the
>  same hotel room. So far, my  "reward" (or is it a threat?) doesn't seem
>  to make much difference. >>
> No way would I let my son go himself when he was in 8th grade.  He was on
MDI
> at the time and I knew from letting my daughter go on the DC trip that
they
> ate at fast food restaurants at odd hours and didn't get much sleep.
Another
> boy with D. went and his father stayed in another room with other
chaperones.
>  Guess what?  His son seized in the middle of the night from all the
> exercise.  He was also on MDI at the time.
>    I would say to you that if your daughter really wants to go, I would go
> with her and make her check in with you her bs numbers, etc.  I would
> definitely go with her too.  As far as staying in the room, definitely
yes!
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