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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Breastfeeding, BLW, baby wearing and pram pushing, anti circ, sposie user, vaxxing, no CC, part time co-sleeping, relaxed routine, constantly playing trains, Peppa Pig hating and scared to have more than one kind of Mum!

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    I'm a do whatever works kind of mum

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    I am a old SHAM mum of 6.

    I have changed styles so many times and I don't label my style of parenting so this is a little hard.

    I am mum who parents differently for each child as they all have different needs and respond differently. They were all vaginal births and I breastfed them all to different ages. I am currently helping one child find a new flat, while helping another prepare for high school, 2 for primary and 1 for prep all while feeding the baby. So I suppose I am a go with the flow kinda mum within the strict boundaries that everybody knows. IYKIM.

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    I'm a freebirthing, breastfeeding, cosleeping, non-vaxing, BLW, disposable using, babywearing, pram pushing, cue following, 123 magic using, free ranging Mummy to 3 beautiful children

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    I'm a...

    Home/freebirthing, breastfeeding, babywearing, co-sleeping, human dummy, delay/selective vaccinating, BLW, once used cloth but now use disposable nappies, gentle parenting kinda Mummy!

    *I can haz typos*

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    Great thread idea!

    I'm an emergency c-sectioned (thanks deflexed DD), breastfeeding, DD in cot in her own room, cat loving, pram pushing and sling wearing, pro vax, out of tune singing, very happy SAHM who also misses work and some times feels on top of things and other times is waiting for the new day to start.

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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    Natural birthing, pro vax, occasional baby wearing, no-cry mum who believes in fed babies, be it bottle or breast Nappies- cloth or sposie, I don't mind!

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    I'm a make it up as I go and hope for the best type mother.

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    Natural birthing, vaccinating, disposable nappy using, occasional toddler wearing but mainly pram pushing, breast then bottle feeding, tizzie hall thanking (just in regards to her routine, not CC), non smacking, early morning co-sleeping, stay at home mumma with no opinion on circ'ing!
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    Default Lets Celebrate how fabulous we are! :)

    I need a 'like' button for every one of u mummas on this thread. U can hear how proud u all are for the decisions u have made for ur children. It royally sux that at every turn, we often have to defend ourselves or our lifestyles! This thread is wonderful!

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