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    Alrighty
    -my DS almost 4 gets up and watches tv of a morning, from 630 til 9 am. I don't get up before 9
    -He is late for kindy most days (I don't get up til 9)
    -I judge how late I am based on what show is on Disney jnr
    -I am, shock horror, a uni student on single parent benefits (not partnered as I live apart from my DP) and have been for 2.5 yrs
    -pregnant and still living at home
    -night trained my DS a few weeks ago
    -Very slack about veggies for DS even tho I love them. I like to make ham and cheese toasties
    -My ds drinks diet coke
    -I don't eat sugar almost ever and I am therefore healthier than you
    -very slack at laundry and am reusing DS's board shorts this week
    -terrible at studying and fortunate I test well
    -incredibly unselfconscious in public

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    I leave DS in the car when paying for petrol. Always have.

    DS will be 4 in 6 weeks and still sleeps all night in our bed. I almost always lay with him until he falls asleep, too.

    I drank red wine when pregnant (and my ob recommended it, too!)

    ... I am sure there is a lot more.

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    On days I don't work, I will sometimes lay in bed and make DD get ready for school on her own and only drag myself out of bed to do her hair and organise her lunch if I didn't do it the night before. I suspect tomorrow will be one of those mornings... Lol.

    I think other people's kids are ugly. Not always but sometimes I do, and then I feel like a terrible person cos everytime I see a pic of tr kid on FB I think, "man that's an ugly kid."

    I plan to eat the placenta next birth.

    I couldn't care less if people smack or not. I only don't cos it doesn't work.

    My daughter is nearly 8 and sees me naked several times a week.

    I get Brazilian waxes.

    I like to binge drink. Only a few times a year and always well away from DD but I love it. I love being a drunken idiot.

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    Lots of things already mentioned! DS watches too much TV and I only occasionally feel guilty about it, sometimes I fall asleep on the lounge in the morning while you guessed it, he's watching tv!! I am absolute crap at putting together activities and games for him, I buy DS a lollipop or similar treat every time we do a long shop, we have takeaway a lot, I hate newborns and other peoples children, I judge others. Probably so much more but I really don't think about it all that much, I just try to get through the day with as few tantrums as possible.

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    I have more...

    - I call dh my 'dh' out of habit, but we aren't married and never will. This is because I feel like it is silly to stand up in front of everyone and declare that you will be with that person forever, when no one really knows that. Despite this, we are still TTC child #2.

    - I like to go out drinking with friends and would do it far more often if we had more babysitting options available to us and ds was a better sleeper.

    - I let my 3 year old ds on the skate park with his scooter/bike while all the big kids are skating. I don't hover, I cheer from quite a distance away.

    - If he can show he is ready, I will most definitely leave ds home alone as a 8/9 year old for short periods. In fact, I will be encouraging it.

    - DS wears skinny jeans

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    1)Bottle fed all 3
    2)I have co slept
    3)Let my older 2 have soft drink occasionally
    4)Won't force DS1 who is 6 to eat what we eat (he is super fussy I have to cook sausages, broccoli, cauliflower and plain pasta for him every night)
    5)Got DDs ears pierced when she was 1
    6)Let my dogs come in the house
    7)Elected to have a c-section
    8)My older 2 both have there own iPods, televisions, DVD players, laptops, game consoles and iPhones and we are considering iPads for them
    9)And lastly I let DD ride quads

    Oh my god what a horrible horrible mother I am

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I think other people's kids are ugly. Not always but sometimes I do, and then I feel like a terrible person cos everytime I see a pic of tr kid on FB I think, "man that's an ugly kid."
    Totally agree with this one! And when I see people commenting and saying "she's so beautiful" I think, wtf is wrong with your eyes? It annoys me because obviously I'm blinded by love and think my daughter is the most beautiful child to ever exist, but when people tell me she's beautiful I always think they're lying because everyone tells people their kid is cute, whether it is or isn't!

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    *Bottle fed from birth. All 3 kids.
    *Smoked while preg with all 3 (ashamed of that one myself)
    *Don't allow access to deadbeat bio, an alcoholic who won't pay CS (but he is still the father! )
    *Probably forward faced in the car seat earlier than I should have

    I'm sure there are more

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    * l have had 2 c-sections...had an OB and PHI
    * DS watches way too much TV and uses the iPad heaps
    * l have smacked DS but mainly do the "naughty corner"
    * l use the word "naughty"
    * When l see adults and kids misbehaving we play spot the naughty person with DS
    * l have given both DS and DD Rafferty's and Heinz canned kids' meals for lazy days.
    * DS has eaten Maccas
    * l swear a lot at home
    * l co-slept with DS from about 6 months but with DD did it from 1st day.
    * When pregnant with DD l ate everything l wanted except raw oysters.
    * l give DS undiluted juice
    * my house is a mess even though l am currently a SAHM
    * Use disposable nappies
    * Have only started to toilet train DS at age 3
    * When DS and DD drop food on the floor, l let them pick it up and eat it.



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    Wow.. I haven't been on BubHub that long and I know there will always be people judging others but most of these things are pretty normal to me!

    I'm a first time Mum and I take my hat off to all you Mums doing the best you can for your families! Kudos to the Mums doing it on their own too!

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