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    Bulbasaur is offline Life is to short to live without icecream
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    Oh I wanna get involved

    - my toddlers have coke sometimes with dinner (watered down)
    - they also have flavoured milk (strawberry is there fav)
    - I leave them in the car when paying for petrol (I make sure windows are down an the car is locked an I can see them)
    - I am both breast an formula feeding and think there is nothing wrong with formula
    - I wish I got my DDs ears periced but didn't
    - I always by my kids toys (I just can't help it lol)

    I think that's it lol

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    I'll get irate a few of mine

    - DS turned 2 last week and still b e a bottle of rice milk to go to bed.
    - DS has a shower with myself or DP most mornings
    - if DS wakes over night he will come into our bed.
    - I've been to sleep school and it saved a very desperate and depressed mum
    - I BF until DS was 19 months only gave up because I was pregnant with #2 and it was excruciating.
    - DS didn't want dinner tonight so have yoghurt and stewed apple with rhubarb.

    There are heaps more. That was cathartic!

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    I had an epidural and a forceps delivery
    I delivered in a private hospital with an OB
    We cosleep with 18 month old DD most the night.
    I still breastfeed her including overnight - she's never slept through
    I'm extremely messy
    She watches too much tv especially Peppa
    I let her roam the yard
    I tell DH she had a rough night so he lets me sleep in.
    I let her eat most things although I limit junk food and don't allow sugary drinks. But let her go wild on nuts etc
    She does to daycare
    I like going to work (although I miss her heaps)
    I've never spent the night without her - neither has DH

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    My 7.5 year old has her own ipod touch and she listens to Justin Bieber and Reece Mastin on it

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    lol yes my 8 yo has a Touch too.... and Santa will be bringing my DS who will be 6 at xmas one too. DD listens to Call Me Maybe and sings all the Harry Potter tunes and records them

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    DS slept in his own room from birth.

    At least half his solids as a baby were from packets.

    DS will continue to go to childcare three days a week when I am on maternity leave.

    I am loving this thread!

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    Oh man, I have loads.. I'll share half! :P

    - I let my kids have milkshakes with breakfast, homemade ones sometimes with ice-cream in them!!

    - I cook different meals for dinner very often to suit what we all like..

    - I swear way too much!

    - I very rarely put my baby down. I love holding him, so I just do it whenever I want.

    - If I can't be bothered, it's Spagasaurus or 2 min noodle night...

    - I am addicted to being pregnant, love feeling the kicks.. Don't really love the heartburn though!

    - I have a clean washing pile taller than me! I also don't iron, 5 mins in the dryer will do it! (Unless it's the super cute denim dress my little girl has that is pleated.. Dryers don't do pleats!)

    - I have had 4 c-sections and don't feel bad about them, they were necessary.

    - I named my daughter after my fave Disney character.

    - I spend loads of time on the computer entering competitions, and I win, so my kids are a tad spoilt. I know they don't all need iPads and stuff, but if it's free.......?? I can't see the harm, and they do have learning apps. My 3 year old is a great reader already!

    - TV is on way too much here..

    - I breastfeed my 9 week old to sleep just so I can see his drunk face.

    - I let my kids play in mud!! Yay!

    - I got my 3 year olds ears pierced, love them!

    - I always wake up with at least one kid in my bed! :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by oozzle View Post
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    - I spend loads of time on the computer entering competitions, and I win, so my kids are a tad spoilt. I know they don't all need iPads and stuff, but if it's free.......?? I can't see the harm, and they do have learning apps. My 3 year old is a great reader already!
    Completely off topic, but can I ask where you find good competitions? I can only ever find the survey sites and I want to win things! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk EnJayDee View Post
    Completely off topic, but can I ask where you find good competitions? I can only ever find the survey sites and I want to win things! Lol
    LOL... Am I allowed to write the names of the sites or post links to comping sites? Message me if you like, I'm happy to share what I know, there are some great sites!! :-D One paid one I use, but free ones too!

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    My kids both have their own pc's in their bedrooms and spend far too much time on them.

    They also both have tv's in their rooms that are pretty much on all day.


 

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