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April 19, 2013 3:27 am at 3:27 am in reply to: Would you eat salmon tonight that was cooked last Thursday? #947313
By the way, if you have a sensitive stomach dont eat it today. Its already 8 days…..April 19, 2013 3:26 am at 3:26 am in reply to: Would you eat salmon tonight that was cooked last Thursday? #947312
Yes- thats how you would marinate fish.
Contact the Jewish community center in you neighborhood. Try you local public library.
I have seen an ad a while ago that in Monsey they ran a free training program, dont remember the details. I think it was from tomchei shabbos.
I learned quickbooks on the job. I did have more advanced computer training, but not in QB.April 19, 2013 2:05 am at 2:05 am in reply to: Would you eat salmon tonight that was cooked last Thursday? #947307
Marinated fish lasts one week.
Dovid HaMelech – the women that I know that had a doula at childbirth are the ones whose husbands walk out of the room during delivery, therefore they dont want to be left alone. Doctores and nurses are there for the physical need, a husband or doula is there for emotional need and ice chips.
If your wife wants one, find out why. Is it because she feels you wont be there for her.April 8, 2013 1:41 am at 1:41 am in reply to: Questions About Monsey's Litvish/Chasidish Sociological Mix #1132803
I live in the perfect neighborhood for you. My neighbors are so anti anyone who isnt as yeshivish/litvish as them. They did get some people in my neighborhood to conform to their type(put on hat, wear white shirts..). They will not give you an aliya if you have the wrong havarah. They actually had a meeting discussing ways to insure chasidim dont move here. They failed since a few blocks away shtreimels moved in. I am ready to move out, do you want to buy my house? Maybe a new person like you would have great ideas how to keep the others out.
By the way, I am part of the others they want to keep out. The problem is that I was here first.
Jewish Childrens Museum – crown heights
Brooklyn Childrens Museum
Childrens museum of manhatten. It is a great place. If you take the subway its 2 trips in one.
How about a baby. Pigtails with a paci, bib, bottle…..
MorahRach- You are correct. I thought you purchased “Sheva brachos outfits”.
There is a sign outside. I thought it meant you have to wear some sort of footwear. There is a sign saying rollerblades are not acceptable. I thought anything else is ok. Walk into the mall erev pesach and you will find a variety of jewish people dressed however they like and no one will bother them – except maybe the guy that had a model seder outside last year.
Mammele – you are right. Some moms dont teach their children social skills. It can happen to a chosid with his long beard, a person in a wheelchair…. anyone that looks different than the child’s family.
MorahRach:I was in monsey when I was engaged, with my mother shopping for Sheva brachos outfits at name removed.
I think you may have made a mistake. name removed only sells childrens clothing. Unless you wore a kids size at your wedding, I dont see how you could have purchased clothing there. I have shopped in that store many times and have seen all different types of customers. I have also never noticed a sign on their door.
I personally had a bad experience there myself and it took me years to go back (they have hard to find items). It was right after I gave birth and I went in looking like an over-tired mom. When I asked for help finding something basic, I was told they dont carry it. I was greatly offended.
Contact Chai Lifeline. They may be able to help.
I give my sisters 24 hrs to tell everyone, then I blabber.
Did she need your help, and therefor told you? If yes, it’s still a secret.
Health- I did not say to work up every girl.
I know a few young girls that have gone to an ob/gyn. They had a medical reason for going and parents who care about their health. At that visit they were reassured that they can have kids. I do not think people should go to any doctor without a medical need.
golfer- I love reading the CR. It is sometimes better than any book. No one can ever come up with such creative characters. I dont usually post cuz I dont want to mess up the plot 🙂
health- I agree with you. I just think having the boys mom talk to her doctor will give her information she can trust- even if there may be no answer.
fyi- I know plenty of really young girls, myself included that have gone to an ob/gyn to rule out infirtility issues. I do not think every girl should go, but in most situations it was due to the fact that infirtility is not a taboo subject anymore.January 14, 2013 7:28 pm at 7:28 pm in reply to: Having kids while having a history of genetic disorder #924801
People may do more invasive testing to confirm any health issues the baby may have.
If c”v any baby would have any red flags I would not give birth in my local hospital.
I would have a converation with my family doctor/ob gyn.
Leaving it up to Hashem is great, but there is a reason you received the knowledge. I would rather go into a shidduch with confidence, than with any concerns.
It is a sore point in my marriage, but we do know and appreciate how perfect we are for each other in many different ways.