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    Default Proud kidlet moments.

    I'm so proud of my three rugrats. We've had such a busy/topsy turvy weekend and they've sailed thru it magnificently.

    Fri- in laws surprised us mid nap and woke all three up. As in went to their rooms and woke them. The big two managed to get thru the day very well no tantrums and dramas. Dd3 just slept more on me.

    Sat- pretty much nothing went to plan so no one napped/ate properly but all three were happy chaps.

    Sun- my extended family had a big event. Kids were beautifully behaved in church, ate their lunch well and dd3 napped nicely in the pram and in dhs arms.

    Mon- all three were up and cheerful at dawn service then proceeded to play well at the gunfire breakfast with other kiddies. We went out to brunch and even tho tired, the kids read their books and did some colouring in.

    We've got more socialising this afternoon and now all three are snoring away.

    Feeling very content and happy. What have been your proud mummy moments this weekend?

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    Our weekend sounds similar to yours. Only dh went to dawn service but we watched dh in the 10am march and then went to RSL to socialise and have a nice meal. Just back home now. No day sleeps for us but a quiet afternoon. The kids were calm and ate a big lunch. Proud.

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    Proud of my 3 year old, who was brilliantly behaved yesterday at the markets. We dragged her around for over 2 hours, and she helped us do everything we needed to do and never complained once (a rarity!!).
    Also proud of her for never whinging on our walk this morning, and playing so nicely with her cousin. Again...difficult things for her at the moment.

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    Realising how much my 18mth old DS understands, even if he doesn't say many words yet. So clever ☺ We will really have to stop our swearing though. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Danza View Post
    Realising how much my 18mth old DS understands, even if he doesn't say many words yet. So clever ☺ We will really have to stop our swearing though. ..
    I had this same moment with my 17 month old DS in the last few days. It really is amazing!

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    I decorated my 10 month old DD's bedroom a few days ago while she was at daycare. I put jungle themed wall stickers over two entire walls. When she saw her room for the first time she looked around, bright eyed and laughing. Then she would look at me and look back at the room laughing again. It was as if she was tying to say 'OMG mummy I love it, you did this just for me? Wow I love it, thank you'.

    So I'm proud of my baby girl being able to communicate using her body language in a manner other than grabbing at my boobs when she wants milk

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    I'm proud of my boys going to the dawn service this morning, and being on their best behaviour despite not actually falling asleep last night at all at the ANZAC sleepover!
    And I'm proud of them for listening to my advice about going to bed before the sun came up this morning, so that they actually fell asleep for a few hours this morning lol. They had planned on having a movie marathon instead!

    And on Saturday I was very proud of DD's anxiety management prior to what is a huge anxiety trigger for her. All our hard work does pay off sometimes!

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    My 18 year old has come out of his room and is playing board games with my 11 year old. Now that has never happened before.

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