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    Some bubs hate nappy change time. Like, they will be happily in a highchair eating lunch, have hands and face wipe, be "chatty" and smiling until they hit the change mat then they try to scream the roof off the place lol. But as grown ups we know what they need.

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    It's shameful, made people think of sperm lol.

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    DD hated baths and nappy changes, she would scream every time, so I just had to do it and get on with it. Every bub is different.

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    It's shameful, made people think of sperm lol.
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    Yep, I have pet peeves, judgemental people who get peeved for the way I do things because that's what works for us. If DD is screaming and a cuddle/boob doesnt fix her, I know a change/bath will...its what works for us, I never realised that would annoy anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    It's shameful, made people think of sperm lol.
    I can't think of it, lol

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    Another who doesn't get your point, op.

    I don't care how others do things if it's not directly affecting me.

    They can bark like a dog if they think it'll help, and good luck to them

    None of my business really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    It's shameful, made people think of sperm lol.
    I can't think of it, lol

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    I'm confused too???

    One of the first things they taught us in our anti-natal class was what to do if your baby is unsettled.

    1. Check nappy
    2. Feed
    3. Burp
    4. Tired
    5. Bored
    6. Cuddle
    7. Bath


 

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