Weekends we are barely even home. DH takes them out shopping and for lunch on a sun and we usually go into town markets on a sat an home for sleeps, maybe out again for an early tea.
We have a routine and we already have daily activities to go to. I cant swap and change them.
DD is in daycare wendesays and i take ds out shopping - we are not around wendnesdays!
It may not be "normal" to cry all day but my kids do. What is not normal is the parent sitting around on FB while they cry. This is not me. I bend over backards for these kids then do backflips for them. Its never enough.
I must have caught her in a ****ty mood already....
Last edited by Beefie; 08-11-2013 at 12:33.
***considers the possibility that unsullied may be another of beefie's p'd off neighbours***
Surely somebody has the right to bring their children out into their own backyard...so what if they scream, so what if they cry...
Yes, neighbours should be courtious to eachother, so why didn't the old bat stick her head over and ask if OP needed any help with the kids?? Rather than creating an uncomfortable situation??
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OP - squirt her with the hose next time
In all seriousness, ignore her. She probably thought her advice was helpful (clearly it wasn't).
Living next door to a young family with little kids? Poor neighbours
I can think of so many worse neighbourhood scenarios for these people due have to endure. The OP is not home all day with her kids screaming outside. It is a periodic annoyance for these people that happens maybe once or twice a day.
OP, I think your neighbour is really rude. If it is a genuine issue for them, they should have the decency to come and talk to you about it like adults, not make snide comments over the fence.
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