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Re: [IPp] halloween candy



You know, thats what I think is the best part of the pump. It takes allof
the pressure off of the kids. The can make choices and if there "numbers"
aren't in range, they don't blame themselves.  Maryann
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From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 10:18 AM
Subject: [IPp] halloween candy


> I am happy to say that all of our halloween candy is gone.  This is the
first
> year that Jacob could just sit down and munch as much as he wanted when he
> wanted to.  No more deciding between candy and shot or no shot no candy.
> Yes, I know that the candy is increadably bad for him BUT it was so nice
for
> him to come home from school, ask if he could eat some halloween candy,
and I
> didn't have to say, "Well, you can have some but you have to get a shot."
It
> was absolutely wonderful.  So, I let him pig out once and a while.  This
is
> the first year that he has ever been able to do that.
>
> Shanna
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