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    Yes but its generally only things like chocolate.

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    No. Well wine only obviously.

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    i tend to guard the whole kitchen a bit fiercely these days, because otherwise they'll get into everything.

    but no, other than my enormous junk-food stash, they eat exactly the same food i do. and even that gets used as treats for them occasionally i'm a tad gullible
    Never would have occurred to me to buy them something cheaper than myself I'd rather they had the better food anyway

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    All food from the weekly shop is shared in our house. The children don't get a cheaper version of anything, if we can't afford it that week then no one gets it.

    Having said that DP & I try to have an 'at home date night' every now & then.
    Then the food is just for us, but it comes out after bed time.

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    Button that is TERRIBLE, omg. Why did your dad allow that? *super duper hugs*

    Oh man, im adding that to the list of things dh can never ever let happen if i die.

    I grew up in a house where dad got steak, we got rissoles. But i think itmwas purely a 'we were poor' type of thing.

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    *shrug* DS would eat a tasty cheese stick over a bit of expensive brie any day, I wouldn't "waste" the brie on someone whose not gonna eat it! No biggie.

    We don't keep much crap food in the house, nothing is off limits to DS. Whether he'll eat it or not is a different story.

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    Thanks DiamondEyes - yeh not exactly normal - add it the list of crazy sh1t my step mum did. Dad worked alot and turned a blind eye. Anyway, she left when I was 12 thankfully and life returned to our version of normal

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    A huge jar of Dutch Licorice, chocolate Bullets and Home Ice cream, all hidden from the prying eyes of the little ones.

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    No separate stash here, even things like chocolate and soft drink aren't hidden the kids know they are sometimes food and we only eat them in moderation

    They eat the same as me unless they don't like the taste which isn't very often anymore

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    Oh wow. So they keep the good stuff for themselves and give their kids the not so great food? Lol No way. I'll keep alcohol, chocolate and junk food away from them but when it comes to the healthy stuff, what DH and I eat, the kids eat.


 

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