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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post


    Are you sure you don't have more than 2 arms?

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    Loads of practise! To be fair, the tent kinda pops itself up most of the way..

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    Due to a weak pelvic floor and a tap being left on half the night, I may or may not have gone to the toilet with dd still attached to my breast... *shifty eyes*

    I can also put my two 5 year olds in the shower, get them out and dry them and put them in their pjs with a baby in my arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acadaca View Post
    I have cooked dinner while bf and changing a toddler into his Pj's.
    I've done this too lol. I've also mowed half a lawn while breastfeeding in a baby carrier tricky to get the position right but once that was sorted we were ok- well for 20 minutes anyway hence only half the lawn. But it was a real achievement.

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    Amazing the things you can do with one hand!

    I am now skilled in one handed sandwich making.. Butter on fresh bread with one hand. Tricky!

    I often do my makeup whilst BFing. It only gets ugly when my dominant arm is on use.

    I have prepared dinner and packed lunches. I also recently filmed ds for a school project while burping dd. Keeping an iPad steady in one hand as you are patting a bum with the other.. Makes for a few retakes due to see sick like video movements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    I can make a sandwiches for dd1 & dd2 while holding dd3

    I can hang out washing
    How do you hang out the washing! I tried it once but hurt my back so much bending over holding him I gave up.

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    I've vacuumed with 11kg dd on my hip! (I'm 5ft and under 50kgs) maybe that's why I'm crippled at the end of the day?? Lol
    And not to mention the way I try to carry everything and everyone in/out of the car just as to not have to make another trip!!!

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    I could change dd nappies while holding ds and vice versa. Got a bit tricky at the wriggling stage.

    Ds was one of those babies I couldnt put down without him screaming which made it difficult with a toddler aswell so there wasnt much I didn't adapt to doing. Feeding myself, dd and ds at the same time was a challenge.

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    I can push a wheelchair, set up a camper trailer and also juggle shopping at Aldi while also pushing another DD sleeping and that's no mean feat cause I gotta back my bags too! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by IslandPrincess View Post
    I can push a wheelchair, set up a camper trailer and also juggle shopping at Aldi while also pushing another DD sleeping and that's no mean feat cause I gotta back my bags too! Lol
    Please tell me how you push the wheelchair. I have tried so many times I keep going around in circles. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Please tell me how you push the wheelchair. I have tried so many times I keep going around in circles. lol

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    Lol lol

    I've pushed using my body up against the chair back if that makes sense? Not the fastest way or really the most comfortable way but then my dads pretty heavy. Then I just turn with one hand when I need to. It's a lot of stop starting.

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