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If you have twins or the same age, the situation is, of course, more complicated. Try to keep the pot is always at hand (perhaps it makes sense to put a few pots in different places). So, first, you will be able to plant the younger anywhere in the home, not taking his eyes from the senior. Second, you can put them in pots at the same time. And when they were both sitting on the pots, you will have a minute to rest. The "civilized" countries, often there are cases when the child is accustomed to diapers can not do without them to preschool. (Note from the translator -. Which, actually want the manufacturers of these products.) If the house has a new baby growing up, and parents initially raise it without a diaper, the younger can get better and faster than the older. It is very important to dispense with critical comments about senior, who, moreover, is not to blame: he's not at the time chose the diaper. Featuring one child to another example, do not arrange of this competition: children and so everyone understands. Be gentle, sensitive and gentle. Protect children's self-esteem and respect a child's identity.

A Shared Mercy: Karl Barth on Forgiveness and the Church by John Webster

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Author
John Webster
Publisher
IVP Academic
Date of release
Pages
288
ISBN
9780830849154
Binding
Paperback
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