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    Default *spin off* What do you do that you feel you would be judged by bh?

    So after reading a few threads today.... I'll admit that
    * I give my kids powerade (usually for dehydration from chronic diareah from allergies) but anyone that saw me wouldn't know that.
    * leave my toddlers in the car while I pay for petrol (because personally in my case I feel it's safer then getting them both out (2 and 3yrs) and risk them running in front of a car).
    * while I don't have dd's done I don't think it's horrible to pierce a child's ears, most girls when i was a kid theirs done around 3 yrs and none of my little friends ever regretted it.
    *I also paint dd's nails every week when I do mine.
    so there you go....

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    and being a parent. It seems it doesn't take much to be judged around here and things you think may be normal, think again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    So after reading a few threads today.... I'll admit that
    * I give my kids powerade (usually for dehydration from chronic diareah from allergies) but anyone that saw me wouldn't know that.
    * leave my toddlers in the car while I pay for petrol (because personally in my case I feel it's safer then getting them both out (2 and 3yrs) and risk them running in front of a car).
    * while I don't have dd's done I don't think it's horrible to pierce a child's ears, most girls when i was a kid theirs done around 3 yrs and none of my little friends ever regretted it.
    *I also paint dd's nails every week when I do mine.
    so there you go....
    I do these also, and I also have both my little girls ears pierced. I also on a dew occasions given my 18 month old coke.


    Shoot me now, there are just some very judgemental people around. But people don't know the circumstances some people do things is coke at maccas as a very special treat. For all you know it could be their birthday treat.

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    I think I've done most of those things, too.

    I also tend to leaved ABC 2 on a lot if the time. I find DS tunes in from time to time, but mostly just plays while I catch up with Peppa Pig.

    Oh and I let him watch smoke and Wolf Creek. Well, not really...but thought it might make the rest look pretty tame by comparison.
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    I too leave the kids in the car when paying for petrol. Don't always put my trolley back. Had dd1's ears pierced when she was 1. Given them both sips of cool drink as toddlers and take away kids meals. Formula fed dd2. Given store bought baby food at times. walk naked around the house occasionally in view of 8 year old dd1.

    So many things.... What else....

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    Practice Catholicism, and will raise our children to do the same
    Ohhhh the horror! Lol

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    I let DS play the computer far too much. We're trying to reduce his time but sometimes it's easier to give in.

    There are many other things I've done over the years that I'm sure others have judged. Meh....says more about them than it does me.

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