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    Breastfeed a naked baby on the toilet because of upset guts right on bath time!

    Watch a metre long spray of poo fit out of my daughters bottom onto our new carpet 3 times!!

    Use a dummy., didn't work but tried EVERY brand possible

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    I am the same.. I set out saying I would never use a dummy .. Well not me, but for the baby. Haha. I lasted two days and my friend practically threw it at me. He is 7 mths old now and he only uses it for sleep, so I guess it's not so bad.

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    deal with poo in the bath

    say the word no a thousand times in an hour swear to god DD tests me

    lock myself in toilet just to get some alone time even if its just a minute

    talk about my kids all the time, they pop in every second sentence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Go to the toilet whilst cuddling my son - it sounds terrible. But he was really really sick and would just cry hysterically if I put him down to the point of losing his breath. If I had him in my arms he was calm. Sooooo I was busting to pee and the rest is history.
    I've done this too! DH thought it was gross. I dont see the issue.

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    Getting p!ssed off at the non-parents parking in the parent's parking.

    Stalking other mum's when I think they have a nice pram/nappy bag etc. So that I can "accidently" start up a conversation and ask where they purchased said item.

    Scrubbing my bathroom and toddler because he has poured almost all my nailpoishes on the floor/walls and decided he's a mini picasso.

    Stalking the parks for "potential" friends, yes when I take my kids to the park it is more enjoyable if there is a decent adult around to chat to, i've even considered the "mummy cards" but usually just drop hints about facebook lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    Give a dummy to them. Lucky dd doesn't like them. DS on other hand, 3 yrs and still has one.
    Omigosh - you're me, 2 years from now. Gave DS a dummy at 4 months (DD wouldn't have one) because he wouldn't sleep/go back to sleep without a breastfeed - and at one year he's still going strong.

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    Use my hair dryer to dry out a library book. DS didn't put the lid on his drink bottle properly

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    Let bub sleep in my bed!

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    Never thought I would bottle feed or use a dummy, but DD had other ideas! Intolerances and reflux saw us doing both by 13 weeks. Oh well, gotta be flexible I guess or we'll go crazy!!

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    Spitting on my hand to wipe my kids faces in the car when I realised they were grotty... they HATED it btw lol

    use a dummy

    cleaning poop off walls after my 12 mo son decided it was fun to poo paint literally 15 mins before we had to go to family function

    even contemplate using a child harness


 

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