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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    gosh i've never really thought about it, i leave him alone alll the time LOL! We live in a small flat, but yeah i'd leave him from day dot when he was sleeping, and would go into other rooms, go downstairs to get the paper or whatever. Haha it sounds like he was never with me, but most of the time we were in the same room, i just didn't think twice of going into the kitchen to cook or whatever. He's 2 now and has been roaming the house unattended since he could crawl, really. Our place is pretty child proof
    This for me too.

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    I was just about to ask a similar question..... I really want to eat some gherkins, I have had the jar on my bench for about 3 weeks, dh is away and I am craving gherkins but I CANT OPEN THE JAR!!!! I'm seriously considering driving the 3kms to my, not so bad looking neighbours house to ask him to open it..... should I? DS is asleep in his cot, he cant climb out of it and not likely to wake up..what would you do?

    Sorry for the hijack op, I will go elsewhere if you want me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    gosh i've never really thought about it, i leave him alone alll the time LOL! We live in a small flat, but yeah i'd leave him from day dot when he was sleeping, and would go into other rooms, go downstairs to get the paper or whatever. Haha it sounds like he was never with me, but most of the time we were in the same room, i just didn't think twice of going into the kitchen to cook or whatever. He's 2 now and has been roaming the house unattended since he could crawl, really. Our place is pretty child proof
    This was us ...


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    Well if his good looking... and after all they are gherkins. Is your DS a deep sleeper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azurial View Post
    I was just about to ask a similar question..... I really want to eat some gherkins, I have had the jar on my bench for about 3 weeks, dh is away and I am craving gherkins but I CANT OPEN THE JAR!!!! I'm seriously considering driving the 3kms to my, not so bad looking neighbours house to ask him to open it..... should I? DS is asleep in his cot, he cant climb out of it and not likely to wake up..what would you do?

    Sorry for the hijack op, I will go elsewhere if you want me too.
    "My husband's away and I need gherkin now"...

    Then hope he opens the jar, not his pants?

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    Very deep, and I will leave the dog here in case something happens. I mean no one is going to try to break in and steal ds with an Alaskan Malamute x Rottie now are they.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azurial View Post
    I was just about to ask a similar question..... I really want to eat some gherkins, I have had the jar on my bench for about 3 weeks, dh is away and I am craving gherkins but I CANT OPEN THE JAR!!!! I'm seriously considering driving the 3kms to my, not so bad looking neighbours house to ask him to open it..... should I? DS is asleep in his cot, he cant climb out of it and not likely to wake up..what would you do?

    Sorry for the hijack op, I will go elsewhere if you want me too.

    I probably wouldn't.



    If it was a jar of pickled onions though I'd consider it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    "My husband's away and I need gherkin now"...

    Then hope he opens the jar, not his pants?

    You are one dirty lady!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azurial View Post
    Very deep, and I will leave the dog here in case something happens. I mean no one is going to try to break in and steal ds with an Alaskan Malamute x Rottie now are they.....
    omg.. in that case.. they're gherkins.. why are you even asking??

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    Quote Originally Posted by blissedout View Post
    "my husband's away and i need gherkin now"...

    Then hope he opens the jar, not his pants?

    rofl

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