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    My 9 month old son cried because I took the wipes packet off him to stop him ripping them all out!



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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    My 9 month old son cried because I took the wipes packet off him to stop him ripping them all out!



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    Haha my 7 month old does this! Or if I take the nappy rash cream off her to put some on her bum. She screams and rolls around until she can grab them too.


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    My 22 month old cried because I took the wrapper off his cheese slice for him. He put it back on ( scrunched the slice and wrapper all together ) and ate the cheese around the wrapper . Sigh

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    Today my 10 month old cried when she put a bottle top on my plastic drink bottle and couldn't get it back off. Also when I took away a bag of frozen beans she wanted to chew on.

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    Today my 16 month old went from crying over the vacuum cleaner (he has been petrified of it since birth) to crying because I turned it off and stopped pushing it... Um???


 

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