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    Oh and I also let bub have a dummy

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    Are we now judging people on whether what they feel judged about is worthy or not . Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    Should I feel guilty about how many things/times I have listed? Hahaha


    3) I am one of those mothers you see at a playground on their iPhone
    Lol, I've been busted doing this on occasion too I remember seeing the response to the original controversial blog post about this and it made me cry when it got to the part about talking to your sister, mine lives away from me right now but sometimes due to my phone it feels like she's right there with me and I so need that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    Agreed, I've never seen any negative judgments about co-sleeping,vbacs or baby led weaning on bubhub, yet people are listing them in this thread. People saying its not right for them or they didn't do it doesn't constitute judging.
    I've seen BLW called lazy and a choking hazard many times on here , same with co sleeping being dangerous - I think the point to all of this is that no matter what , we all do things that someone will judge !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashram View Post
    Are we now judging people on whether what they feel judged about is worthy or not . Lol
    Seems that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathermy View Post
    Yep, I hired a Medicare sub'd private middy, who does home or hospital birth. Up until a few years ago she actually was employed at the hospital I would have birthed at so I figured she was legit! Lol but when I had to have an emergency appt at our local public hospital with said middy present it was a battle from the get go <img src="images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" smilieid="11" class="inlineimg"

    They assumed I was home birthing and wrote it in inverted commas on my file on a sticky note, despite the fact that my midwife doesn't book them officially until 36 weeks to determine risk level anyway and created all kind of hassles with communication. It was just awkward and horrible in what was already a stressful situation.

    Now that I am actually considering the non hospy affiliated birth centre, which is essentially a home birth, I'm finding it even harder to avoid the implication that I don't have bubs best interest in mind. So yep, I feel pretty judged and it's not fun.
    How horrible! Mine also worked previously at the hospital I have birth at. You're not talking about the RWH in Melbourne are you??

    Mine had no clinical rights but no prob having her in the room. She ended up missing my birth by 3 minutes lol!!

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    I've let my cat sleep on my bed since we got home from the hospital. Bubs is in a bassinet next to me, I always feel that I have to explain that the cat hates any movement and I'm the only person he will curl up next too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    How horrible! Mine also worked previously at the hospital I have birth at. You're not talking about the RWH in Melbourne are you??

    Mine had no clinical rights but no prob having her in the room. She ended up missing my birth by 3 minutes lol!!
    No I'm in qld, still seeking visiting rights too but apparently it's in the pipeline. The only hospital I would have considered has a cooperative working relationship with her because she refers any necessary ob appointments there and accompanies births there, but trying to take her to support me at our local was a nightmare. It's almost as though they had never heard of such a thing and just assumed that if I wanted my own middy then I must be HB & a bit of a loose cannon, when all I really wanted was continuity of care because I have huge anxiety issues related to previous birth trauma. They kept booking ob appointments for me to check this or that despite the fact that I was booked in at another hospital, because obviously I couldn't be receiving proper care without their interference! Lol blah, raving on but it was just super stressful and made me feel like a bit of a pawn in a battle much bigger than myself.

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    Double post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post

    I'm confused on the letting my DS eat curry/sushi one?i had no idea they were judge-worthy. Those are my DS' fave foods! (And mine)
    I let my kids eat curry and sushi as from the time they start solids around 6mths.

    I remember being told that babies like bland food.


 

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