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    But that is your Dh's culture, maybe it isn't in their culture?

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    Using ur foot is really disrespectful in dh culture. Using your foot to move something or near someones face especially. Its disgusting. Poor baby

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    Is that your professional opinion KG?

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    But that is your Dh's culture, maybe it isn't in their culture?
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    In my opinion anyone who finds the picture amusing have serious issues! There is nothing amusing about it whether it's real or not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovzbeingamummy View Post
    This photo is really sad, why isn't the mother feeding the baby and interacting with her preschooler instead of taking a photo?? It should not be the 6 year old's responsibility to be taking care of the basic needs of a baby. Multi tasking is a good task when used correctly
    Um, have you had a 6yr old and a baby at the same time? I have, and I dont have to ask my 6yr old to help because he is bugging me non stop for things he can do to help with his little brother. I think it's wonderful, you should see how close they are, DS3 absolutely adores DS1, its beautiful to watch.

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    My 7 y/o niece saved her 1 y/o little sister from choking not long ago.
    She also gets her out of the car and calms her down when she's crying.

    It's just something that happens between siblings. Especially when there are 3 kids around! They have to have each others back!

    I think it's pretty natural. And their mum & dad are the most hands on people I know!

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    I'm pretty sure it's a joke! Haha

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    Gosh, I'd really hate to show some people around here my son's scrapbook. He does all sorts of stupid things and I make sure to document whatever I can! If a camera is handy of course, and if he's not doing anything dangerous.

    I think that it's a picture on the internet. It's cute. It's funny. It's nothing to get that worked up about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wikidwitch View Post
    Gosh, I'd really hate to show some people around here my son's scrapbook. He does all sorts of stupid things and I make sure to document whatever I can! If a camera is handy of course, and if he's not doing anything dangerous.

    I think that it's a picture on the internet. It's cute. It's funny. It's nothing to get that worked up about.

    My son is only 3 and half my Facebook statuses and uploaded photos are of him doing crazy sh1t! But I still think that photo is sad

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    and this is a low grade photo of a child living in famine. I reckon this little darling wouldn't mind how you held the bottle in his/her mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    My son is only 3 and half my Facebook statuses and uploaded photos are of him doing crazy sh1t! But I still think that photo is sad
    Do you mind me asking why?

    I mean, I know everyone has different tastes. I find most memes pretty stupid and I raise my eyebrows at the endless cat macros that cross my tumblr dash. But I also laugh hysterically at pictures of llamas. (I love llamas!) I think that some previous posters have perhaps overreacted by calling it outrageous and dangerous and offensive.

    But I really am curious as to why you think it's sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Perspective time.


    and this is a low grade photo of a child living in famine. I reckon this little darling wouldn't mind how you held the bottle in his/her mouth.
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    Sorry, couldn't help myself.

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