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    Default Leaving a newborn baby

    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    No, I think she is saying they have different priorities.
    I must have read it differently

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    Default Leaving a newborn baby

    Would I leave a newborn? No.
    Do I care about other parents having time away from their newborns? No.

    Who cares if someone wants to have a night out? Who cares if you don't want to leave your child until they are 18? It shouldn't be anybody else's business.

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    Default Re: Leaving a newborn baby

    Quote Originally Posted by singlemumma82 View Post
    DD was about 3 when she finally spent nights away from me and that was only due to her having finally having over night visits with her dad who I separated from when she was 15 months old. But she's always been a mummies girl and as a baby couldn't fall asleep without me and my hair haha
    Yeah that's like my dd. Won't take a bottle and She won't sleep unless she is with me. 14 months and counting since I had an evening to myself! I'm fine about it though. However ds was so different. I went out clubbing when he was a newborn.He slept with his dad or nanna (my mum) so easily, he didnt wake at night really and if he did he would happily take a bottle and be back to sleep. Plus I was younger then, actually had friends and felt like a night out. My son was cared for and safe. It May not be for everyone but it worked for us at that Time. My priorities were still my baby. I was probably gone for 5 hours max anyway.

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    Meh. I left DS @ 4 months to go to a party and I had a ball. I had expressed and he was fine. Each to their own.

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    Default Leaving a newborn baby

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    Meh. I left DS @ 4 months to go to a party and I had a ball. I had expressed and he was fine. Each to their own.
    I don't consider 4 months to be a newborn.

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