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2. Achilles Tendinitis!! Been to doctor, please help, need to wear high heels in 2 weeks for wedding!!!?

Hi I feel for you...eek...I had this from playing ball in hs and college... some ways that I relieved it..so I could just play ball..while being careful at the same time... 1. They have things called "night splints". I got mine thru eastboy catalog. They can be expensive..but also inexpensive. You just have to look around. What I would do..is wear it to bed..and then when I woke up in the morning..while sitting on the side of my bed...rub the bottom of my foot..and stretch my achilles (back of heel)..then take a frozen tennis ball...and roll my foot on it (as I sat on the side of bed). Then I would gradually stand..and it felt a little better... 2. Stretch your achilles *towel stretch (fold towel over long way) and loop under foot like a stirrup..lay on your back or sit up and stretch foot/achilles area...gently..not forcefully...ice when finished..followed by a warm foot soak (up to knee area) in the bathtub 3. In shoes..wear a heel lift. I just soft foam (from foot care aisle in CVS) into a wedge..shaped of my heel (traced my heel area...to in front of my ankle bone) and cut out..taped together and put in my shoe of injured foot..it helped give me a support 4. They have achilles band braces ...Might want to wear that at rehearsal or up until the wedding...I find that when i have my shoes off ..it would hurt less..also..would not hurt as much after walking on it..usually the first few steps. 5. Ask for an injection of cortison (from foot dr) if continues to bother you. This would work a few days before the wedding. Tends to wear off after about 5 days. Stretch...is what helped me the most..and ice...! Good luck I hope you feel better...: )

3. How do I help my younger brother, who is 12 yrs old, to stop sucking his thumb?

Tell him to wear some mittens to bed

4. How do I get my 5 month old to sleep longer? Catnaps during the day.?

I am an old mom looking forward to grand kids, but instinct tells me the amount of cereal and formula might be making him gassy and bloated making it hard to sleep or even nap. More food will not induce tiredness in babies even though that's kind of an old 'rule'. Imagine eating a big meal and being sent off to bed. You would probably not feel very good either. A baby should only get one nap a day. Around noon-1:00 but no later and only for about an hour. I know it's tempting to let them sleep longer if they are still sleeping and you are looking at tons of laundry and housework. Waking them up, giving them lunch or a snack if they have already had lunch will help both kids sleep better at night. My rule given to me by an old Jewish mom was no naps after 4:00 even if they have not had one earlier or had a 'waking' half baked nap during the day. Keep them awake - however crabby - till their regular bedtime. No late afternoon or evening naps. At last - talk to the kid's dr. He/she might recommend adding some new foods for the young one starting on solids.

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Are you making your own?, my son-in-law did that, the same as it sounds like you want, it worked out Great. Good Luck.1. How can i make a nice platform bed for cheap?Get up early on Saturday morning and go to garage sales. Every thing you need is there and cheap, a bed your looking for $20 maybe a little more, I have found some really nice things. As time goes buy and you can afford what you want, recycle and have your own sale!2. What kind of wood is the best and most inexpensive to use for building a platform bed for a california king?Pine or Douglass Fir3. I am working on a platform bed? Where can I buy oversize plywood? At least 60"X80"?if you have a good lumber yard nearby, you can special order there,99 ....they are called 'blows' if all else fails for you, purchase, 2 sheets of 1 1/8" T & G 4'x8' and glue & clamp them together and saw to desired dimensions.4. Does anyone here have a platform bed?My best friend has one and they hurt their shins. I also looked at a few at rooms to go and I banged my shin5. How To Build A Twin Platform BedWe have a guest that will be staying the night, a very messy guest room, and a twin mattress ... on the floor. I decided to get busy and Build A Twin Platform Bed with the thought that one of our kids could use it when they are off at college, renting a room off campus. Eventually, I would like to have a queen size bed in the guest room but this makes sense for now! This twin platform bed was pretty simple and inexpensive to build. It needed to be easy to disassemble so it could be hauled around easily and it needed to be inexpensive because ... this is not meant to be a family heirloom. Nope! It has a purpose to serve on a budget! This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase through an affiliate link, we receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Disclosure. Our twin size mattress dimensions are 37-1/2 x 73-1/2 x 11 and I built this bed to fit those dimensions. Adjust your cuts to accommodate your mattress size. Note: My cuts are 2-1/2 shorter than our mattress size. This is because the mattress partially sits on top of the 4 x 4 legs. if you choose not to use casters, adjust the cut of the legs. Our twin mattress has a hard bottom and needed less slats than our Naturepedic mattress did. How To Assemble The Twin Platform Bed This bed is actually pretty simple to build! Make your cuts, according to your mattress size, and sand each piece with 120 grit sand paper. With the Kreg Jig, drill three pocket holes in each end of your headboard and footboard panel. Pay attention to what side of the board you want to be visible and make the pocket holes on the opposite side. Next, attach the headboard and footboard panels to the legs with 2-1/2 pocket hole screws. I placed a 1 x 4 under each end of the panel so the panel would sit back a bit from the 4 x 4 leg instead of being flush. The top of the panel and the top of the legs are flush. The next picture will show what I mean! The headboard and footboard assembled. Pretty basic, right? Then, attach the bed rail hooks on each 4 x 4 leg. I attached mine 2-1/2 from the top and as close to the inside edge that I could, in order to leave room for the side rail. Oh my goodness! These are non-mortise bed rail hooks! I struggled with the mortise bed rail hooks I used on our King Size Farmhouse Bed so I was pretty stoked to find these bed rail hooks! Now it was time to attach the bed slat supports. To do this, I laid the 2 x 4 on the inside of the 2 x 10 side rail and placed my 2 x 2 on top so I would know where to attach the 2 x 4. We want the mattress to sit right on top of this platform bed. I used Kreg Clamps and 2-1/2 Deck Plus Screws to attach the bed slat supports. This part was a bit tricky. The bed rail hooks needed to be lined up just right so the bed rail would sit flush with the headboard and footboard. I laid the footboard and headboard on the ground with the hooks attached. Then, I had my husband hold the side rails up against it, where I wanted it to be, and marked the screw holes. I am glad I did it this way because the hooks sit back a bit on the bed rail in order to sit flush. I would not have known that if I had only measured the correct height. The bed rails were pretty easy to attach and it was all flush ... enough! I used Homemade Stain for my Twin Bed. After the bed was stained, I took it apart, laid the pieces on sawhorses, and finished each piece with a coat of wax. I then attached a caster wheel to each leg. After the wax was dry, I took the bed pieces into the guest room and reassembled it. This is where you would measure the inside dimension of your bed so you can cut your bed slats the proper width. I placed the bed slats and side rail blocks where they needed to go. Next, I attached each block to the side rail support by pre-drilling a hole and then used one self-sinking screw in each block. This was a bit tedious as I used my Kreg Clamp on each block to keep it from moving. We are happy with this simple Twin Platform Bed! It was easy and inexpensive to build and should be a good thing to have around when the kids say goodbye to dorm life and rent a room, when they are off at college. Of course, we are also quite happy that our guest will not have to sleep on a mattress, on the floor. How To Make Wood Stain With Common Household Products Fun DIY House Projects You Can Do Too!
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