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    My kids have had cereal for dinner TWO nights in a row.
    I haven't folded any washing in about six months.

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    I bribe DD to behave everywhere we go. Went to Coles this afternoon and she got a kinder surprise just for not running away. She pretty much expects it now and I don't care because it means we can get in and out with no tears

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    How refreshing, turns out we're all human after all! Here's some more:
    If I drink, it's to get drunk, and I guarantee I will smoke. I'm excellent at smoking.
    My eldest DSD is 11 and thinks kissing is disgusting, so DH often gives me a big kiss in front of her which she finds hysterical and gross
    Our kids are expected to do chores.
    I don't know how to get dd2 to sleep without boob.
    Dd1 drinks tea. She's 10.
    My house is a mess, hasn't been vacuumed for two weeks and the sheets need changing.
    I bow to your awesomeness !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by One of THOSE mums! View Post
    My kids have had cereal for dinner TWO nights in a row.
    I haven't folded any washing in about six months.
    Ummm.....I did have it sorted in piles but that lasted 2 days lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    Ummm.....I did have it sorted in piles but that lasted 2 days lol
    At least it is clean washing ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabella View Post
    At least it is clean washing ;-)
    Yep that's what I reckon....now if only it wasn't sitting right at my front door (tiny unit, no room)

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    I have my 15m old Juice last week. He was barely drinking due to a cold. I called my husband before I offered him the "gateway drink".

    Ds watches tv a lot...he has learnt more words from play school than he has from me.

    If he falls asleep with a bottle, I don't brush his teeth (I feel genuinely bad about this one!)

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    So with the eating food off the floor...my child likes to act like a puppy and will tip his food on the floor and eat it like a dog........and I don't rush to stop him

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    Oooooh, I've got a good one. I am so lazy that I have super glued the shoes onto all of the Barbies/Ken, Strawberry Shortcake etc dolls. I got so sick of picking up those pesky little suckers...ha ha ha kids, got ya there didn't I.
    You deserve the nobel prize for parenting for this. If I ever find all the friggin things, they have a date with a superglue bottle.

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    When my DS gets a party bag with lollies in it, I have been known to distract him until he's forgotten about it then eat the lollies myself

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