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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    PFFT! Lunch!? You're soft, my 3 big kids had 2 minute noodles for DINNER tonight! Followed by a storebought custard tart
    Awesome! So next time she asks me to have them for dinner I can say yes!! Hahah

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    I let dd have rice bubbles for dinner tonight because I work full time, dh is away and I couldn't be bothered with struggling to get her to eat a proper dinner.
    Also I gave her a snack sized chocolate this afternoon because she was cranky and I wanted to cheer her up! Perfect parenting here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Awesome! So next time she asks me to have them for dinner I can say yes!! Hahah
    Oh, totally! But if you want to ease some of the guilt, you can always stir in frozen peas and corn


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    Oh my goodness, I seem to have found "my people"!

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    Formula Fed and going to from birth with this next bubba.

    Used packet food (rafferties) sometimes....And DS loves tinned spaghetti!

    DS started solids at 4 months and was actually ready for them.

    DS has abc kids on all day, doesnt watch it all the time but Its there all day as background noise.

    DS has a sipper cup of warm milk before bed and still wakes up once a night sometimes for more milk...he's 19 months.

    I had an epidural and pethadine.
    I wear leggings
    I swear just that little bit too much
    I dont cook from scratch much
    I love Glee!
    DH gets up to ds during the night if he wakes up...although DS is quite happy to see dad and doesn't cry for me otherwise I would tend to him.

    Ive had soft serves and my fair share of takeaway since being pregnant. Also Including coke and iced coffee.
    Last edited by Purple Lily; 30-04-2013 at 19:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    I'm a single mum...

    So if I talk to your husband I must want to have sex with him.

    Even if I'm just saying hello
    Oh I'm a step-mum...

    Obviously I'm going to steal your husband away AND your kid! And then the kid will become like Cinderella.

    Even though my DH was separated long before I met him (just not officially divorced)

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    Ah, I love everything previously written!! I have always thought I must be a dreadful mother after reading some threads.....

    Some items are bottle feed, too much tv, swearing on the odd occasion, wine drinker, terrible house cleaner etc etc

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    Pretty much everything, formula fed, gave my DD solids early, fed her brought baby food, gave her baby yoghurt early, even been judged because I use disposables, Ive always left DD in the car while getting petrol, I always have Disney Jnr on, DD has ipad in the car to distract her otherwise she hates it and im about to forward face her at 6 months, I have a brand new car, DP is FIFO (that gets judged a lot) They can call me a bad mum all they want but every child and parent is different but a lot of people think they know best.

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    - Formula feeding and planning to FF the next kid too
    - sleep training
    - ABC2 on more than 1 hour a day
    - Fish fingers and oven sweet potato fries at least once a month
    - Not baptizing the kids or sending then to catholic school (my mum tries to guilt me about that)
    - Childcare
    - Different surname to my kids.

    But all these things work for our family and I feel no guilt.

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    Just thought I'd add....when DS was little he had a dummy until 3, a bottle of milk at night until 2, he had plastic and wooden swords and he had a toy gun.


 

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