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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Yeah, she isn't swayed by the characters. They all seem to upset her equally.
    I thought so.
    We don't use them here anyway.
    Tbh I thought it was better to let sores/scrapes etc dry out instead to promote healing instead of using band aids which keep the area moist?
    Are they really essential?

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    I think not giving my DD them when she was very little so she didn't get dependent on them ie wanting one for every bump and bruise worked to our disadvantage and scared her off wanting one at all.

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    My DS loves them lol.

    I hate them as an adult. Hated them as a kid.

    I also hate (always hated) stickers so I am pretty sure it has to do with that.


 

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