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    Your normally very prudish grandma calls out *step-dad* you fcuking dhead I told you not to do that. Could have heard a pin drop

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    When your ds (then aged 3) stops dead in his tracks and points open mouthed at a man with dwarfism. He really couldn’t work out whether he was a child wearing a suit or a man who was really small

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    When you're *****ing about you DH in a txt to your sister but you sent it to your DH instead.
    Have done this about mine to mum but sent to hubby more then once he was bot impressed he was hurt and wouldn't take an apology.

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    Dh friend came over this morning to see fil as is palliative but dh took mil, fil and bub out so I could sleep being night shift worker and all so not only was I seen in a barbie nightie, hair not done and no bra he then speaks loudly saying he felt he best come see fil soon before he carks it then asks if fil is actually home he was next to their bedroom. I've never been gladder he was out as is in denial some days about condition and not the most sensitive way to talk about a dying man

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    That awkward moment when you have tradies over and you don't know where to sit/stand or what to do, ugh

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    When there's a knock at the door and you've been breastfeeding at some point but forgotten to put your boobs away/fix your shirt up.

    The delivery man copped this more than once!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    When there's a knock at the door and you've been breastfeeding at some point but forgotten to put your boobs away/fix your shirt up.

    The delivery man copped this more than once!
    Oh haha yep this happened to me when ds was about a month old. I'd fed ds and put him down for a sleep and forgot to put myself back together. I'd pottered around the house, went out the front to get the mail and bring the bins in, it wasn't until my in laws had arrived about an hour later that I had realized that I still had a b00b hanging out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Oh haha yep this happened to me when ds was about a month old. I'd fed ds and put him down for a sleep and forgot to put myself back together. I'd pottered around the house, went out the front to get the mail and bring the bins in, it wasn't until my in laws had arrived about an hour later that I had realized that I still had a b00b hanging out!

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    When ds1 was born my hubby big boss had come over from America for a conference. Well my milk came in as I was driving and my entire shirt was dripping wet with breastfeeding milk. Yes I am a flipping jersey cow. Well I get out the car to find out how long dh will be and his boss comes over to me to hug me. I am trying hard to avoid the hug. Well he leans in gets breastfeeding milk all over very expensive suit.

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    My poor DS1 (9.5) and I had an awkward moment today. I got him to take some "before" photos of me in my bra and undies. He did that without a problem and when he showed me the pics, he pointed to my undies and said "Um.... Mummy, you might want to...." And there were my pubes sticking out for the world to see. Totally awkward.

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