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    I thought babies just slept. I was mrs mcjudgy when I found out a ftiend's kid went to tresillian. Omg! Such bad parents I thought!

    Fast forward to now , I've had 2 of my kids at sleep school and would happily take the 3rd if needed!

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    That it's unnecessary and bad parenting for a baby to watch tv...

    The ONLY thing that would soothe my 8 week old the other day was watching golf in his bouncer. I turned it off. He cried. I turned it back on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    I guess that's one up side of divorcing and re partnering...we've got 5 kids between us and because it's a relatively new relationship (met 9 months ago), DP and I are experiencing that all over again with each other
    It's also depends on the age of your kids. Are your 5 with you all the time? How old is the youngest? I get 3 hours broken sleep on average. That's my excuse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ButterflyMa View Post
    That it's unnecessary and bad parenting for a baby to watch tv...

    The ONLY thing that would soothe my 8 week old the other day was watching golf in his bouncer. I turned it off. He cried. I turned it back on.
    My DS1 (2 at the time) had a thing for the magic bullet infomercial. Each time it came on, he would make himself comfortable and watch it. Weird ! Lol


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    My dd's outfits will always match - I've let that one slide at home because sometimes I just can't be bothered

    No bottles past 12 months - she was 2 1/2 before I forced her to give them up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminary View Post
    My DS1 (2 at the time) had a thing for the magic bullet infomercial. Each time it came on, he would make himself comfortable and watch it. Weird ! Lol


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    they are strangely fascinating commercials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    My dd's outfits will always match - I've let that one slide at home because sometimes I just can't be bothered

    No bottles past 12 months - she was 2 1/2 before I forced her to give them up
    Wait til she starts choosing her own clothes 😩. DD1 has a wardrobe of lovely clothes and hates everything except one pair of black leggings, a pair of shorts and well loved ratty old tshirts.
    That *clutches pearls* never match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Wait til she starts choosing her own clothes 😩. DD1 has a wardrobe of lovely clothes and hates everything except one pair of black leggings, a pair of shorts and well loved ratty old tshirts.
    That *clutches pearls* never match.
    Nope, never happening
    She has a preference for dresses so hopefully that lasts, at least then I won't have to have a silent meltdown about spotty pants with a striped top.

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    That I wouldn't buy the same toys for the kids, they need to learn to share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    Nope, never happening
    She has a preference for dresses so hopefully that lasts, at least then I won't have to have a silent meltdown about spotty pants with a striped top.
    You're living in a fools paradise . I have learnt to embrace the pattern clash .....because dd had made it necesssry . My dh is forbidden from raising the topic of clothing with dd ahead of any major event without first clearing it with me because then she comes up with some whacky outfit and refuses what I have chosen or bought specifically. I let her choose sometimes.

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