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  • Can anyone tell me where I can get the dress that Ruth was wearing on This Morning today?

    It's black sequined and comes to mid thigh, it also has three quarter length sleeves. Have searched the internet but can't find it or one similar - help!

    1 AnswerFashion & Accessories9 years ago
  • What type of boiler should I have?

    Need a new boiler. Current one is standard gas boiler, 20 years old. Which is a better replacement option, a combi or a condensing boiler? Like the idea of getting rid of feeder tank in attic and hot water tank in airing cupboard but also want to be as energy efficient as possible. Am concerned about loss of water pressure in shower and changes needed to heating system. Live in four bedroom detached house with two showers, one bath and five sinks. Please help!!!!

    4 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
  • Giving antibiotics to a 16 month old, help!?

    My 16 months old has impetigo and has been given oral antibiotics. The first one, flucloxacillin, made him vomit as soon as he had taken it. He was then given clarythromycin which has the same effect. I know it is important for him to take these medicines but would love some advice on how to get him to keep them down. Have tried giving them off a spoon and squirting them from a syringe but no joy. Any docs or medical people out there, are there any other antibiotics or remedies we can try that maybe taste a bit better!?!?!?! He also has bactroban cream which I am applying three times a day with no problems.

    2 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
  • Help with giving antibiotics please!!!?

    My 16 months old has impetigo and has been given oral antibiotics. The first one, flucloxacillin, made him vomit as soon as he had taken it. He was then given clarythromycin which has the same effect. I know it is important for him to take these medicines but would love some advice on how to get him to keep them down. Have tried giving them off a spoon and squirting them from a syringe but no joy. Any docs or medical people out there, are there any other antibiotics or remedies we can try that maybe taste a bit better!?!?!?! He also has bactroban cream which I am applying three times a day with no problems.

    4 AnswersInfectious Diseases1 decade ago
  • Dream toy that you would love to own?

    What toy would you love to have bought for your little one but didn't because it was too expensive or you thought it would have been a waste of money?

    6 AnswersNewborn & Baby1 decade ago
  • Dream toy that you would love to own?

    What toy would you love to have bought for your little one but didn't because it was too expensive or you thought it would have been a waste of money?

    5 AnswersToddler & Preschooler1 decade ago
  • Dream toy that you would love to own?

    What toy would you love to have bought for your little one but didn't because it was too expensive or you thought it would have been a waste of money?

    4 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
  • Access and maintenance - long question but please help.?

    Ok, big question but will try to keep it to the point. Haven't been with my child's daddy since before he was born. Initially access was once or twice a week for a couple of hours, now has increased to Monday for around 7 hours, Weds for around 5 hours and alternate sundays all day. I will be going back to work soon and will have to work Thurs and Fri. Explained this to baby's dad and he flat refuses to change access days, the reason being he already has his other two children, from a previous relationship, on mon and weds and it's easier for him to see them all at once. If they stay the same as they are now I will only see my little one for the whole day on tues and at weekends, this kind of defeats the purpose of working part time. I am currently getting £200 per month maintenance, I was wondering if this is average compared to other single parents.. Do you think he is being fair regarding access and if we went to court to settle this would I be better off and stand a good chance of fixing the access days to suit me rather than him. Thanks for any help.

    6 AnswersParenting1 decade ago
  • Is this separation anxiety?

    My little boy is eight and a half months old. I have not been with his father since before he was born but he has always had regular access. Today he spent most of the day with his daddy and his family, when he first came home he was fine but as soon as I started getting him ready for bed he dissolved into tears. I picked him up and he immediately stopped crying but was holding onto me very tightly and snuggling into my shoulder. As soon as I put him down to change him he started crying again. I always thought separation anxiety showed itself when you left the baby but he is fine when I leave him with other people. I just wondered if anyone else had experienced this, when baby gets upset and clingy when they return home but not when you leave them?

    4 AnswersNewborn & Baby1 decade ago
  • Owners of Siemens SL65, opinions please.?

    Thinking of buying the Siemens SL65 phone

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Siemens-SL65-Free-Mobile-P...

    Would just like some feed back from current owners/ users of this model as the reviews I have read on line vary from what a fantastic phone it is to how rubbish. What do you think?

    1 AnswerMobile Phones & Plans1 decade ago
  • Weaning advice from health visitor, is it right?

    My gorgeous five and a half month old little boy has been having solids for about a month now. In the beginning he would eat anything, carrots, parsnip, sweet potato, apple, banana etc and really enjoyed his food. In the last couple of weeks he has started to flatly refuse to eat vegetables, he keeps his mouth firmly shut and gags if I do manage to get him to take any, fruit is no problem and he has a good appetite. I mentioned this to my health visitor yesterday and was told to mix the veg with cream and butter. I did this for his tea and he polished off the lot! Was just wondering is it a good idea for a little one this young to be having cream and butter (obviously I use unsalted). Does anyone have any other tips on how to get babies to eat veg, don't want meal times to turn into a fight!

    10 AnswersNewborn & Baby1 decade ago
  • Can you help me with a tricky fancy dress outfit?

    In the school where I teach we are dressing up for Children in Need on Friday, the theme is "When I grow up I want to be .........". The adults have to dress up as well but I'm completely stuck, would like it to be funny but NOT embarrassing and it needs to be something that will appeal to the children (aged 4 - 11 years). Something that is not too expensive to do would be a bonus. Help!!!

    11 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • Removing dado rail from living room wall and individual tile from bathroom wall?

    Moving into a new house and want to remove dado rail and wall paper from living room wall in order to paint on flat surface, how do I get the dado rail off without causing damage? The bathrooms are half tiled and have a patterned border along the top and randomly placed patterned tiles amongst the plain ones. I only want to remove the patterned tiles and replace with plain white to match the rest, is this possible?

    9 AnswersDo It Yourself (DIY)1 decade ago
  • Can you recommend a luxury holiday destination in Cyprus?

    Want to go to the Limassol or Paphos area. Would like to find really nice hotel or villa with jacuzzi etc but not too pricey.

    9 AnswersOther - Europe1 decade ago
  • Age of Empires?

    Is it possible to download Age of Empires from the internet - I don't mind paying, or to play for free?

    7 AnswersSoftware1 decade ago
  • How do I remove gel nails?

    Had gel nail extensions last Friday and already two have pinged off! The others are starting to lift at the corners and I would like to remove them. How can I do this without damaging my nails?

    4 AnswersOther - Beauty & Style1 decade ago