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Hunterian Museum at The Royal College of Surgeons of England in London has this fascinating medical specimen on display that shows what a child’s skull looks like when its adult teeth are waiting in the wings. It won’t be long before those deciduous (baby) teeth are booted out.
So, I called the on duty manager to find out just where the hell I should bring my non-gendered children and their non-gendered friends since it was my turn for carpool. They behaved so well that i said we could get slurpees before i send them home to their houses but then they had to pee. you know it's hard to know what to do with non-gendered children when they have to pee and it's even harder to find the proper facilities. so often they end up peeing themselves. so glad this place has special facilities for these very lovable, special but delicate children.
Preparing Your Child for A New Baby -- Ellie has great tips to help that transition from one to two kids. What would you add to the list?