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[Free Download: Sleep Solutions for Kids with ADHD]His 14-year-old sister is close on his heels at 5,110 nightly grudge matches. “My show’s almost over,” she says.

“Can I finish it?”“How much longer?”She pauses her show. “47 minutes.”“Go to bed, girl.”At 13 years, son Number Two is coming in at 4,745 bedtime battles.

Twenty minutes after I tell him to shut it down, I find him fussing with papers in his backpack. “What are you doing?”“Checking on something.”“Son, is that some homework you forgot to do?”“Uh,” he says, like this is a trick question.[Like the Teen You Love: ADHD-Friendly Communication Tips]And batting clean-up is my baby girl, who is 10 and going for an even 3,650 evenings of dawdle and delay.

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[Free Download: Sleep Solutions for Kids with ADHD]His 14-year-old sister is close on his heels at 5,110 nightly grudge matches. “My show’s almost over,” she says.
When it comes to family planning and pregnancy, people living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may have a lot of questions and concerns about what’s safe and not safe. How should I deliver? Can I stay on my medication? Does my baby need to be tested? How often should I see my gastroenterologist? Do I need to get my regular colonoscopy? As someone living with ulcerative colitis (UC) and talking about family plans with my husband, I am one of those people who wonders about all of these topics. 

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