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    Default If you could change one thing about your kids and DP, what would it be?

    For me:

    DS1: get rid of his allergies and intolerances

    DS2: make him sleep through the night rather than in 1-2 hour blocks

    DP: get her to realise that I'm always right and just do things my way without silly discussions

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    My children- they would sleep 12 hours straight, none of this getting up at 4am in winter, or going to bed at 9:30-10pm in summer.

    DP- Bless him with tolerance

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    DD's - listen more when we tell them to stop doing something/do something we ask.

    DF - nothing.

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    I would like to take away dd's autism. Not to make my life easier, but to make her life easier. I want to take away all her constant struggles and emotional pain. Also give her a digestive system that allows her to consume gluten without pain.

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    I wish the boys would use their listening ears more, would do me a world of good!

    DP, I wish he was more fun, he is so serious all.the.time. which often comes across as arrogance.

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    Ds , I wish he would listen and not be so intense all the time.

    Dp, nothing as I don't have one!

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    DS didn't use his dummy all by him self (I'm scared of taking it away)
    DD would just poop already

    DP clean up after your self... Geeezers!!!!

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    DS - I would take away his eczema the poor thing, It breaks my heart.

    DD - I would change her teeth...that's all I can think of she needs braces and is really scared, I feel really bad for her because not only does she think it will hurt but also thinks she will be ugly. Poor thing. I told her she will still be beautiful but she just rolls her eyes.

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    Kids - nothing :-)

    Bf - I'd make it so that he lived a few hours closer.

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    I wish my DD would listen to me when we're out and actually pay attention to what I say.

    I wish DH would do things when I asked... I don't have time to run his life as well as mine!!! Argh.


 

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