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  #1221  
Unread 03-20-2007, 07:58 AM
Hysterectomy dates Feb 05-Feb 12,2007

Pocono~I know how you feel! My 11 yr old son is in middle school and pubescent and it is driving me crazy! He always tells me he turned in his work, but then I find it in his backpack or binder! The counselor at his school told me it is normal, but what happened to my A student? He tells me that the teachers don't ask for the homework and I tell him that is how middle school is. Just turn it in!!!! They aren't going to hold your hand anymore! I wish there was no middle or junior high! Why can't they stay in elementary then go straight to high school? I always heard these are the hard years (10-16)for boys and now I totally believe it! If you figure your son out, let me know! I would love some pointers! Elizabeth
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  #1222  
Unread 03-20-2007, 08:13 AM
Hysterectomy dates Feb 05-Feb 12,2007

When you say it hurts... what hurts exactly? Muscles, just general pain, moving pain? Because gas could be causing pain in this instance.... I've found an increase in that area myself because of increased activity. So in a way its a sign of getting better... Also, try increasing the amount of water you drink each day. That could help.

If its muscle pain it could just be that your muscles are finally coming back to life and realizing what's going on. Just be careful how much pushing you're doing... cause you still shouldn't be doing much in that area. Talk to the doc and see what he/she says about it. If its pain that stays with you AFTERwards, I'd talk to the doc about it.
  #1223  
Unread 03-20-2007, 08:14 AM
Hysterectomy dates Feb 05-Feb 12,2007

If it is any help, my son was the same way in school. He is very smart and sometimes got bored with the material. I always communicate with his teachers which helps.Our school distict has all the student's classes and grades on line. I just enter his student id # and his birthday info at any given time, presto all his grades, assignments, when they are due and if he handed it in, appear.So that is one way to stay on top of it, but if you don't have access, simple non nagging reminders are useful on top of praise. Also boys are sooo different from girls I think,but with some guidence and time it does get better.I think age has some to do with it, my son will be16 on 3/27.This year he is improving and doing things on his own, less hand holding from me.As long as there are no others issues, be helpful and patient.
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  #1224  
Unread 03-20-2007, 09:01 AM
Boys! Boys ! Organizing boys


Hi Rodswife and all other parents of boys - I don't know if it is hereditary - but my father was a byzantine organizer and my brother, my husband and my son all have had issues on organization. When my son hit middle school we went with the one folder - he chose it and I saw it every day for a few months until his new habits were formed - now we made it tought love - if it wasn't in the folder - it didn't exist to us - when he missed an event - I think it was a field trip or party - due to his lack of paperwork - that eneded the problem Schoolwork wasn't a big motivator because he was very bright and makework was his bane. My husband got help from me in college - and then the AIr Force FORCED him to organize or else - (now he can even get neat freakish from time to time!) My dd - she is the queen of detail! Oh well i have been told I am the type A mom - I liked to put the tools for sucess in reach of my kids and hope they used them......by the way does anyone else out there have an issue with the '"group" work assignements that are popuplar these days? My dd spent 5 hours last night doing all the work of a 5 person project and this drives me nuts
Just my 02. from a coffeeshop
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  #1225  
Unread 03-20-2007, 09:05 AM
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Hi all you sisters. Well off to thr DD today. Is anyone still getting the really bad pains befor you have to go to the bathroom you know # 2 sorry. I am like doulbled over in pain. I will be asking my DD about that to. I do have a nice list of questions for him. I hope all is well for everyone. Well be back later to let you know how everything went bye sisters
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Unread 03-20-2007, 09:28 AM
Hysterectomy dates Feb 05-Feb 12,2007

I have sharp pains and I"m pretty certain its gas cause its gone after I "go". But before hand it can be bad enough to double you over. I'll be interested to see what the doc says!
  #1227  
Unread 03-20-2007, 09:34 AM
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I , too, have the school issues, but they just found the missing boy scout from S. Carolina. I'm just so overcome and greatful I can't post now. I was just praying about him, asking please let him be one of those rare and lucky children that is found alive. Hug your kids when they get home
  #1228  
Unread 03-20-2007, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by singingmad
I have sharp pains and I"m pretty certain its gas cause its gone after I "go". But before hand it can be bad enough to double you over. I'll be interested to see what the doc says!
Thank you for helping me with my question. I think you are right. I just hope it does not go on for along time cause it does hurt and, going back to work soon I don't need to have that pain while i am out delivery mail lol. I will let you know what the DD says.
  #1229  
Unread 03-20-2007, 09:51 AM
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Hi there not feeling terribly brilliant at the moment pain around my incision. I am also the mother of a nine year old boy and I love him dearly but he is terribly messy and disorganised. I suppose at his age I do his organising for him. He also late handing in homework but he is also dispraxic which in turn makes him clumsy. He got on his trampoline the other day and ripped his school trousers all around the crotch but then maybe I should have told him to go and change. Today I have been to the hairdressers and they messed up the colour and I nearly came out looking like a canary so they had to put toner on but it took three hours so now I'm stiff and tired. Should have taken some paracetamol before I went. I remember what other sisters have said about taking painkillers before their internal exams. I guess I'll have mine tomorrow but my little boy has his class assembly first and I'll attend that. It's really wierd that sometimes I like to visualise us all in a big room socialising. I am sure that we would recognise each other straight away. I feel that I know some of you quite well now. I am nervous about my post op appointment and wonder if there is anything specific that I should ask? Seems obvious but I know even with dh there I'll become tongue tied and forget what to say. Might post later. Still have bladder issues but bowel issues have settled down. Love to all Bagpuss.
  #1230  
Unread 03-20-2007, 10:29 AM
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Bagpuss45, I also have my 6 week check tomorrow. I have made a list of all my questions to take with me. Because I know that I will forget half if not all of them. My dr is great, but sometimes, he can be a little bit in a hurry if he is not slowed down. So as soon as he comes in, even before my exam, I will ask the questions, if he can't answer till after the exam on some of the questions that is fine. I am also taking a pen to write down his answers so I don't forget, I have a tendency to understand while I am in the office and then forget as soon as I leave the office.

Singingmad, I also have pain when I go, I do not have problem going, but sometimes it just feels like everything inside of me is falling out of my vajaja, ouch. I surely will be asking the dr about that one when I go tomorrow.

Pocono, my son had a traumatic brain injury and has lots of problems with organization. We did the one notebook with all of his homework in it also, with homework written on the front of the notebook and a little note, that said check your notebook as soon as you get in class and turn it in before sitting down. Always carry this notebook in your hand and on top of all your other books. He is a freshman now and things seem to be better. My older son who is 17 and a junior had the same problem, but, he didn't want to turn in his work, because he didn't feel like it was his best work (maybe since your son was always a straight A student, his work might be a little harder and he doesn't think he is doing his best?) We finally told my son, even if he didn't feel it was his best work to turn it in anyway and that way he would know where he was having his problems. After that it was taking away extra things he wanted to do to get both of them to turn in their work. The 17 year old is doing great this year and my youngest son is doing better, but sometimes still forgets. We also have the webgrader at our school, so I am constantly going on line to see if work is getting turned in and to remind the youngest one when things are due in.

Sorry, I got a little lengthy here..Will talk later.

Judy
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