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From Kim, Child's Age 6 - 08/26/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My daughter is 6. She is obese…as confirmed by her doctor. She is also tall for her age. We have seen the dietitian several times and done food diaries. She is very active but loves to eat. We can control portions when she is with us, but we work full-time and she started 1st grade so she has to learn to make better food decisions on her own.
She has a wonderful self image. I absolutely love that she knows she is beautiful. She has many, many friends and has always been popular and well-liked among her peers. I don’t want to do anything that will put any negative self-esteem thoughts in her head.
Her older brother is a tall, skinny kid. We emphasize eating well for proper health for both of them, not for weight control. But I know I am more careful about what I put in her lunch and give her as a snack. My husband and his mother have Type 2 diabetes ... (view more)

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From Linda, Child's Age 10 - 08/23/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My son takes medication for his behavior problems. The only prescription that works causes terrible weight gain. He started taking the pills a year ago and gained 60 pounds in that time with 25 being gained just this summer. His behavior is good now but he's miserable from the weight. He keeps begging me to stop the medication but we tried that and his behavior problems came back worse than ever. He's short for his age and wasn't fat before so his friends all tease him for getting so fat. They call him pregnant and fat factory. The weight isn't proportional on his body. It's gone mostly to his belly and that's why they call him pregnant. He's always exhausted now from hauling around the extra weight and he complains about his belly being uncomfortable. He says it's too heavy when he's standing up and it feels squeezed when he's sitting down. He had to quit soccer because it's too hard to... (view more)
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From kya, Child's Age 12 - 08/09/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hey my daughter has been doing sit ups and having the muscles under her fat makes her look bigger! Is that true?
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From kya, Child's Age 12 - 08/02/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
My daughters 5'2.8 inches and weighs 120, she had been bigger when she was younger, but im scared shes not going to grow out of it! How do you know if she will grow out of it?? And PLEASE REPLLY it seems like a lot of people never get replys!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/19/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
alright, i've stopped posting about my daughter, and for the last time, i accidentally wrote 20 when i meant around 10. maybe the scale was bad, it happens. and no, i am not sammie's brother, and i'm sorry if i make him sound so wonderful, but he's my son. and he takes care of his body. but sammie is a beautiful young girl, and i will love her no matter how much she weighs. she is losing pounds rather fast, yesterday we cleaned out the kitchen of all unhealthy foods, like one of you suggested. so please, this website is for helping your kids, not for gossiping about me. i'd rather you solve your own issues, and this is one of the reasons i've stopped posting. and as for calling me a troll, i still understand that sometimes, people are like that. also, i talked to sammie about the preteens board, and she said that she was going to ask the other kids to do the diet plan to see if it works,... (view more)
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From Veronica, Child's Age 16 - 07/18/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hey Taylor I beleive you.John is probably a troll or maybe brother of the real Sammie on preeteens board.I mean,common,the way he described her brother(himself) so beautifull and perfect he is and talking nasty things about poor Sammie,like shes Jubba the Hutt or something.But beleive me,after a week of binge eating i gained 10 lb so its possible to gain weight that fast.But i daubt Sammie gorges herself every second like "John" described.
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From Nomi, Child's Age 10 - 07/17/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
to be honest john, i think you're a fake, because all your posts are way to detailed.

From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/07/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
for your information, we have taken her to the doctor, and it is just an increase in appetite, he said probably do to puberty. i now realize letting her eat so much from a young age wasn't a good idea, and maybe i eggagerated on a few things, but for goodness sakes, taylor, what have i ever done to you? i appreciate your help, and am trying to be as nice as i can to you, but really, it does no good to fight. like you wanted, i have stopped posting, and have gotten my daughter real medical advice, and she is doing great. so, there is no need for you to be angry with me anymore. can we finally call a truce, and leave it at that without another fighting comment, please?
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/07/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
i no longer require any help. my daughter's doing great, and sweating the pounds away in a healthy way.
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/07/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
i appreciate all of you who are standing up for me. taylor, again, i have no problems with you, as i see you are trying to protect this page, but please, would you back off? i think you might find yourself more content on the teens page. why not help them?i'm sure alot of teens must post fake stories. truce?
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From Lisa, Child's Age 12 - 07/05/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
Hey Taylor, I think you are insecure and need to get your own life. Stop blaming people for making things up. You have to remember nothing is impossible. I've gained 10 pounds in a weekend before. Not really that hard. So let off and stop bashing people.
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/04/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
taylor, what i meant by act, is that we all know the opinions of our kids, and how they will feel. for instance, if one of the children who likes to eat goes on here, they will probably encourage the parent to let their child eat anything. and as for my daughter, she has not eaten this extreme her whole life, just now, i guess because of puberty or something. i do not sense the reason of why you continue to argue about my posts. truly, if you have a problem, maybe you should not go on this board. my daughter has a serious weight problem, and i am trying to get her help. i mean this in the kindest way possible, that i am not trying to start a fight, and i realize neither are you. some people really do create fake posts for some sort of cheap thrill, or something. also, my daughter has been changing her mind alot about what she wants to do, i assume she might have gotten a little teased at school, but she likes to eat. thank you for your concern. -john-
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/04/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
this is a message for Taylor, and anyone following along with her. when i typed in 20 pounds, i actually meant to write about 10, but i typed the 2 instead. next, i don't understand why you are so obsessed with ratting me out for something. also, if you are a teen, then what purpose do you have for viewing the parents page? i am not trying to be mean or anything, but i am not sure what exactly you are trying to do, parents want advice from other parents, they already know what teenagers act like. i hope you can forgive me for whatever horrible thing you think i did.-john-
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From john, Child's Age 12 - 07/04/09 - IP#: Click here to reply  
today again, as soon as i went downstairs, i caught sammie eating.that's when i decided to finally put locks on everything. while sammie was outside, i locked up the fridge, and cabinets with special locks with combinations. suddenly, i heard slamming in the kitchen. i saw sammie crying, and punding herself against the fridge, screaming she wants cake. i told her calmly she would thank me later, and she slammed into me, and knocked me to the ground. she screamed again that she wanted cake. i told her no, and she sat crying in the kitchen for most of the day. when it was time for lunch, i secretly opened the locks, and pulled out a bag of salad for her. she ate the whole bag in a few minutes or so, and screamed she was hungry again. i sent her up to her room, and she seemed quiet for a while, until i came in and found that not only was she eating food in the kitchen, but piles of candy... (view more)
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