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    I'm a sahm
    I own a strider plus
    I care about my appearance
    I give dd maccas occasionally
    I am a young parent
    I vaccinate
    I like my house to be spotless
    I have tattoos
    ...but I really don't care what any of you think

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    I had a csection and plan to again ( medical reasons ) yet pain wise & recovery wise I'd prefer VB.

    My VB I asked for pain relief from the beginning & couldn't imagine not having an epidural.

    Our household is a blended family & adore my SD like she's my own AND I know she's better cared for here with us.

    I don't want to work full time & don't think I should have to.

    I don't get the amber necklace obsession at all.

    I don't get why women worry so much if they bf or ff, who cares, you feed your bub that's all I care about

    I would never co sleep

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    I dislike other people's children - I don't find them cute or funny, I find them annoying and obnoxious - even my nephews and nieces

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    Drinking whilst pregnant ( a glass a week)
    Leopard print is a big part of my girls wardrobe
    she also has gorgeous little polka dot heels ( she wears to see bands )
    not fazed by a bit of make up for shows on my girl
    Not massive advocate for breast feeding
    dont plan on wearing my child
    will never use amber necklace .. Hideous things
    most kids are annoying
    heaps more .. But can't be bothered
    oh yes I am a " slacker mum.

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    I'm going to add a few.

    Hated breastfeeding. Still not sure what all the fuss is about, you ladies can keep it!
    I send my kids to daycare even if I'm not rostered on on that day.
    Dd has nail polish, play makeup, princess dresses. She lives the pink life. Not my choice but I don't care, she's happy!
    I'm terrible at housework. I prefer real work.
    My sheets do not get changed every week.
    I don't clean the toilets several times a week.
    I leave my kids in the car when paying for petrol.
    I love working 2 days a week. I never want to work full time again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Ok when did having private health insurance and an OB become a bad thing ? Did I miss that thread?
    Exactly what I was coming in to ask... I must have missed this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    DH and I also regularly share a bottle of red which means we would both be over the limit and not able to drive DS somewhere if we needed to. We figure the chances of this happening are so slim that it doesn't warrant us never being able to share a bottle of wine, and we would call an ambulance in a medical emergency anyway.
    Thank you. We frequently share more than one and I agree with your logic.

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    I took DD to Coles this morning in her pajamas...and I was wearing leggings, uggs, a flannelette shirt of DP's and a beanie he found on the floor of a pub.

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    I thought of another one. I'd happily never work again if we could afford it.

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    Oh yes I am sure many would call me a slacker mum! I am free range and the helicopter parents I know irl drive me crazy.

    I can't stand it when people only want to talk about their kids.

    I do have some good qualities as a mum, honest! my boy is happy, healthy, well loved, bright and just all round gorgeous. And the fact he is 10 months and loves Peppa Pig is irrelevant


 

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