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    This thread is very refreshing.. everyone is human!!

    Not a parent yet so can't contribute as much but I wear leggings as pants. All the time. Have done for years.

    Sometimes I'll go 2 weeks without washing my hair.

    I swear so much my baby will probably come out saying f**k.

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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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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
    We have them written on our fortnightly meal plan every fortnight their cheap, easy & yum

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    I don't shave my legs or underpits in winter, and my pubes ( although not long enough to plait) aren't "maintained".

    My children are welcome in my bed.


    I don't present a "united front" between me and DP in front of the kids.

    I do "social selling" to earn an income.


    I post foodie pics on Facebook.



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    Quote Originally Posted by IvyRain View Post
    -I had gas and an epidural at the same time (epi only half worked boo)
    My epi fully worked and I sucked on the gas until they wheeled me out for the c-section. Mmmm gas

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    I've got more....
    my 2 and 3 yr olds have their own iPod touch's
    i plan on letting them walk or ride a bike to school one day in the not too distant future rather than drive them
    I swear and yell
    i took ages to toilet train because I hated cleaning up wee's and poo's
    I am a step mum so am obviously evil.
    My dd wears pink and plays with stereotypical toys and so does my ds (although I do paint his nails occasionally)
    I wear sports attire a lot even though I don't exercise cause its comfortable.
    i wear pjs and ugg boots to the shops in winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I sign off on ds#1's home reader even tho we don't always do it.
    Guilty of that one too.

    I didn't realise co-sleeping was one to be judged on.....so add that to my list. I reckon DS would still be in bed with us now if he had half a chance.

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    Ff DD1 and DD2 is BF but still has a bottle of formula each night (dream feed)
    I'm a step mother
    DD has a dummy
    DD part time co sleeps
    I swear. A lot.
    I smoke when I drink, and I'm really good at it.
    I prefer cats over dogs!
    I refuse to accept that amber teething necklaces do anything other than look pretty.

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    When my kids were preschoolers, I used to put them in daycare two days a week - even though I didn't work.

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    Voted Liberal in the last election

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    -My 14mo still has cows milk from bottles.. 1 before each nap & before bed at night :0

    -I've let him have sips of my boost juice

    -He eats sand, dirt & bugs. Whatever.

    -I let him cry for about 5 mins in the early mornings in hope hell go back to sleep (it normally works & I get at least another 20 mins)

    -I've fed him the occasional hot chip

    -he has an egg allergy & I put bonjela on his gums after eating eggs for breakfast & he got hives & threw up everywhere.

    I'm far from the perfect mother, but I never claimed to be


 

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