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    Quote Originally Posted by looloo711 View Post
    I'm pretty bad at swearing when I'm driving. So one day we are driving home and I suggest playing eye spy and DD goes;
    DD: let's play the f***k game
    Me: oh, who plays that?!?
    DD: you do mummy.
    Me: oh, how does it go?
    DD: what the f*** are you doing? F***n MOVE!
    Me: nah, that's sounds like a boring game.

    She hasn't really said it since, but I try not to say it anymore when I'm driving.
    If she ever does I just say it's not a very nice word to say and mummy shouldn't say it.
    At this stage that seems to be enough, hopefully!
    its so hard not to swear when driving because there are just so many idiots on the road, lol

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    My ds used the f bomb in context before he was 2. I just ignored it and now it's stopped .

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    DH was just parking the car

    DH - **** it
    DS - yep **** it daddy



    We we just ignore it or say yes "shut it, we are going to sh-ut it"

    DS was walking around about 6 months ago saying "frup" (****) quite a lot and we kept saying "yes sharp it is sharp"

    I find ignoring it works the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by looloo711 View Post
    I'm pretty bad at swearing when I'm driving. So one day we are driving home and I suggest playing eye spy and DD goes;
    DD: let's play the f***k game
    Me: oh, who plays that?!?
    DD: you do mummy.
    Me: oh, how does it go?
    DD: what the f*** are you doing? F***n MOVE!
    Me: nah, that's sounds like a boring game.
    I don't think I'd have been able to keep a straight face!!

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    I don't swear much, and try not to around the kids, but sometimes I let slip whilst driving.

    Yesterday struck was turning right, but on the left side of the road. It's a really busy intersection (no traffic lights so you just have to wait) I said "fu$&ing w@nker" and my 3 yo said it several times. I just ignored but laughed about a minute later and he asked what I was laughing at and I told him I was laughing at the truck! He hasn't said it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by looloo711 View Post
    I'm pretty bad at swearing when I'm driving. So one day we are driving home and I suggest playing eye spy and DD goes;
    DD: let's play the f***k game
    Me: oh, who plays that?!?
    DD: you do mummy.
    Me: oh, how does it go?
    DD: what the f*** are you doing? F***n MOVE!
    Me: nah, that's sounds like a boring game.

    She hasn't really said it since, but I try not to say it anymore when I'm driving.
    If she ever does I just say it's not a very nice word to say and mummy shouldn't say it.
    At this stage that seems to be enough, hopefully!
    Lost it!! That sounds like my type of game!

    Ds is almost 3 and has picked up f*@k off. I couldn't even disguise it because it was as clear as day! We've just been ignoring him and he rarely says it now.

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    I got pulled aside last week because DS said the F word at school, in class. I.was.mortified.

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    My 3yo DS has dropped F today, although it sounded like fudge which is what I try to say if I remember. Yesterday he was getting out of the car and dropped a car so he said "oh sh ! T"

    I ignore it and it seems to work. He can be pretty cheeky so if he gets a reaction he will keep going I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    I don't think I'd have been able to keep a straight face!!
    Yeah I did struggle not to burst out laughing.
    DH does like to tell this story though.

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    SAgirl we're going through the exact same thing. Dd is nearly 3.

    I can't see her dropping it either. So embarrassing when out 😔

    The more we tell her off the more she uses it!


 

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