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    threechooks is offline If my spelling annoys you that's your problem.... I have better things to do than proofread !
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    I swore my kids would never have dummies...fail

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    Not pick him up straight away when
    Crying, no sleeping in my bed.

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    I can't add anything (yet) but its a good read

    DF and I have some ideas that I just know wont pan out though. We wanted our little one to not even know what McDonald's is till he's 5... Yeah, I can so not see that happening

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    Mine were no wiggles, no junk food daily, no tv on after a certain time, no co sleeping, no dummies, no grubby faces, no snotty noses in public.. Man my list can go on. Haha these were not ever something I believed I would stick to anyway but man did I fail!
    DS1 LOVED the wiggles, DVDs, CDs in the car and 3 concerts.. DS1 still sleeps in my bed most nights :/, DS2 is always grubby and snotty he is just that type of kid.. They both eat junk food everyday. (they do eat proper healthy meals and milk and cheese etc but will normally have a snack pack of chips or equivalent daily) the tv is always on.. I think more for background noise than anything else but ALWAYS on!

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    Said I'd never use a dummy and didn't want to formula feed. Was doing both by 13 weeks due to intolerances and reflux! Said I wouldn't have dd in our bed... Guess where she slept last night

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    I wouldn't have a child who had tantrums. BAHAHAHAHAHA

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    Have a 3 year old daughter who wasn't toilet trained.. My daughter is 2 and a half almost and we haven't even started really =\

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    little kiddy heels..yep like Suri style..

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    No co-sleeping; no dummy; no leaving the house with messy clothes/face/hands (seriously, how do you keep an 11month old spotless??!); I would make awesome fresh meals for her everyday, no pouch/jar food.

    Yeah...that lasted...not.


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    Watch heaps of tv. That's my biggest thing. Would never let Barbie in the house... she's now in the house. Co-sleep, fought it for 4 years and just gave up about three months ago, smack- I've smacked. Shout - I've shouted. It took almost 2 years for me to shout for the first time. I was so upset I called DH in a mess. When he told the ladies at his work what was wrong they all started laughing! Never say never that's what I've learnt.

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