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    I try not to. But some things (beside the obvious abuse/neglect scenarios) really bug me when I see them, like parents at play centres or similar venues who don't supervise their children (who are gleefully pushing, punching and generally bullying every smaller child there) or seeing a toddler drinking coke or energy drink. Can't help it!

    ETA- I was a mother at 21 so no, I don't judge on age

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    I don't judge. I'm too worried about being judged to worry about judging others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomie View Post
    I don't judge. I'm too worried about being judged to worry about judging others.
    I'm the same!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by second baby not so easy View Post
    I totally judge.... mainly in me head, but I judge everything not just Parents etc

    I dont judge "young mums" if your doing a good job who cares. I do judge Parent's that are not looking after there kids, like it being cold and they are rugged up but the kids do not have socks on (I hate that!!!) sitting outside a shopping centre with countless kids and smoking away, or letting there children swear.... I really could go on but

    People proabably judge me.... meehhh
    I often get around with my 19-month-old in the pram with no shoes or socks on...I promise he did start the trip with them on lol!!!

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    Hi - I'm 2Bboys and I am compulsive judger.

    I can't help it - I am always quick to form an opinion on everyone, however, I never voice my judgements so would never cause offence to anybody.

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    I am honestly so bad with getting people's age correct it probably wouldn't even register how old you are. In fact, at 21 you probably look older than me... I turn 30 in 4 days.

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    Ahh ok lol! that was my choice for the next little one

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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    I often get around with my 19-month-old in the pram with no shoes or socks on...I promise he did start the trip with them on lol!!!
    Katelyn doesn't even have socks, tights all the way! Hilarity watching her try to take them off, we tell her she can't because they're stuck to her bum

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    I don't notice age and I don't think it affects how good a parent you are at all. I admire young parents really . I especially admire young girls who have been abandoned by their loser boyfriends and decide to go this parenting lark alone . I hugely respect them.

    I know when I had my first I had a very high standard if care for my son , I stupidly thought I was doing such an amazing thing cloth napping , breast feeding , co sleeping, no crying, calm , gentle , no moaning about being sleepless, you name it i did it and yes I judged secretly to myself anyone who I thought could do a better job with their child. THEN I HAD NUMBER TWO and then NUMBER 3 and I soon realised how crap I had been and how hard it actually is and how we all do our best. My judging stage stopped once my little one turned around 1 . In also no longer judge as I have a child with autism. You never know what families are dealing with so yes I have been a judger , a very brief judger but a judgers no more thank god!

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    One thing that really annoys me, I don't know whether it's judging.. Well yeah, it probably is.

    Is people who whinge about their new born babies:

    'He doesn't sleep', 'he wants to feed all day and all night', 'he just wants to be held all the time'

    What did you expect?? It upsets me to think that these little bubbies are being forced into a routine just because the mum wants it to be easier... I don't think you can spoil a new born baby.. I think they need as much love and attention as you can possibly give them. Even if it does mean all day and all night. We have nurtured them in our warm cosy belly for 9-10 months, of course they want to be comforted by us when they enter the big bad world!


 

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