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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post

    She's watched so much Futurama that she can see about 2 seconds of the start of an episode and know which one it is and whether she likes it or not.
    There's an episode of Futurama that someone doesn't like?!

    I can't remember the last time I gave DS a bath...

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    Oh god. Where do I start.
    DP and I both work full time. DS (almost 2) is in daycare. He gets dropped off between 7 and 8 and sometimes doesn't get collected until 5.30. I feel awful about this.
    DS eats honey on toast for dinner some nights, however usually on a daycare day when I know he's had a good lunch.
    We often don't eat with him and eat after he goes to bed.
    He plays with my I phone all the time, to the point where he spots it and says "elmo?????" because I let him watch elmo on you tube.
    TV is on for an hour at night while he is winding down.
    He doesn't get read to as much as I would like.
    He stole a sip of Coke on more than one occasion.
    I'm sick of forcing him to eat veggies so I smuggle them into his food.
    He won't drink water so he sometimes gets cordial (extremely weak) for the sake of getting him to drink SOMETHING.
    He watches Real Housewives when I do.
    He is sometimes left unsupervised while I run out to the bin, etc.
    he has had two major accidents involving the coffee table and resulting in bleeding from nose and mouth.
    He fell off the change table, once in my care and once in DPs.

    I feel like a crap mother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Lover View Post
    Oh god. Where do I start.
    DP and I both work full time. DS (almost 2) is in daycare. He gets dropped off between 7 and 8 and sometimes doesn't get collected until 5.30. I feel awful about this.
    DS eats honey on toast for dinner some nights, however usually on a daycare day when I know he's had a good lunch.
    We often don't eat with him and eat after he goes to bed.
    He plays with my I phone all the time, to the point where he spots it and says "elmo?????" because I let him watch elmo on you tube.
    TV is on for an hour at night while he is winding down.
    He doesn't get read to as much as I would like.
    He stole a sip of Coke on more than one occasion.
    I'm sick of forcing him to eat veggies so I smuggle them into his food.
    He won't drink water so he sometimes gets cordial (extremely weak) for the sake of getting him to drink SOMETHING.
    He watches Real Housewives when I do.
    He is sometimes left unsupervised while I run out to the bin, etc.
    he has had two major accidents involving the coffee table and resulting in bleeding from nose and mouth.
    He fell off the change table, once in my care and once in DPs.

    I feel like a crap mother.
    At least you smuggle veggies!!! I have given up on this recently because he figured it out.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    There's an episode of Futurama that someone doesn't like?!

    I can't remember the last time I gave DS a bath...
    LOL!

    I think it's more when you've seen it a million times in the last month, and you're a bit over it. I groan when I hear certain episodes playing. Other episodes will always make me laugh...

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    - my son fell over a toy and smashed his mouth on it. Ended up in emergency and then a trip to a dentist. I remember looking at that toy thinking ' I should pick that up but I can't be bothered and he'll just pull it out again anyway '
    - Ds gets a 'chocco' or a 'pop' nearly every time we go to the supermarket. It's the only was I survive the trip most days.
    - I leave him in the car when I pay for fuel.
    - He has played outside unsupervised.
    - We smack occasionally.
    - I yell....alot

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    My kids eat food off the floor all the time. I call it immune building nutrition.

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    Tv is always on in our house. Kids don't always watch it, but it's on.

    Kids often eat in front of the tv.

    Kids drink juice and have too much sugar and biscuits

    Lots more...have to think. I'm busy getting dinner to eat while watching news.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    I do this too. The seven second rule generally applies
    I thought it was ten second rule

    My son has dropped some food on the floor and instead of picking it up off the floor, he lays face down and eats it off

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