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    My 4 year old thinks the vacuum is great so I give it to him to 'play' with....in some countries I think they call it slave labour 😁

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    My mothering has improved since moving in with my health conscious DF. He makes me feed DS veggies every night and send him to his room when he won't behave at dinner time. I miss the good old days of toasties and chicken nuggets for tea sometimes.
    I sleep til 8:15 every morning before having to rush through school lunches and the drop off. They're unsupervised and watch abc2 until i get up.
    I hate 'doing things for the kids', eg parks and family outings

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    DS and I had Maccas for lunch today. No special reason, I just wanted it and I knew he would actually eat it and be full and happy!

    I let him play with my iPad when I need a time out, more than once a day.
    It's awesome and a talking cat that farts is educational, right?

    I really really hate playing toddler games and I just suck at it, feel so jealous of people who are naturally good with toddlers and kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoknows View Post
    My 4 year old thinks the vacuum is great so I give it to him to 'play' with....in some countries I think they call it slave labour 😁
    My 4 year old loves vaccuming he asks to all the time..... No complains here lol

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    Subbing to read later :-) u guys make me laugh! Love these spin offs showing the "real" hubbers lol xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathermy View Post
    I'm glad to share my exceptional parenting strategies. Ditto the vacuum cleaner & just today the hair dryer.
    Lol I have an app on a spare phone... vacuum sounds is the obly thing icab do to get DS3 to sleep

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    Ohhh if my kids drop something food wise on the floor I don't "always" say no or take it off them. They still eat it


    I knowwwww I'm a bad bad mum!!! Ill admit it.

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    I don't 'play' with my kids nearly often enough. I wish I didn't find it so boring

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    - My 2 year old has better iPad skills than me
    - my 4 and 8 year olds have their own iPad minis
    - my kids all drink juice. And even lemonade on occasion. And they've had diet coke.
    - DD1 often goes to sleep late because DH and I are so busy watching Game of Thrones we forget she hasn't done her homework
    - pizza and chicken nuggets feature heavily on our meal planning
    - I often cancel dinner altogether as none of them really eat it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    Ohhh if my kids drop something food wise in the floor I don't "always" say no or take it off them. They still eat it


    I knowwwww I'm a bad bad mum!!! Ill admit it.
    You're better than me then, because I pretty much 'never' say no or take it off mine.

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