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18-04-2012 09:49 #11
18-04-2012 09:50 #12
18-04-2012 09:55 #13
Oh God, a cheese and bacon roll is worthy of judgement now? I bought DD2 a packet of chips at the shops today. I must be the worst mother ever
I wouldn't worry about it OP
18-04-2012 09:57 #14
Nobody has ever commented to me about DS except to say nice things. Where do all these random, judgemental people live??
Next time, OP, just ignore the look and don't even attempt to justify your choices. Why should you?
18-04-2012 10:01 #15
What a tool
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18-04-2012 10:10 #16
This is a perfect example of when it is completely acceptable to tell someone to mind their own business.
18-04-2012 11:58 #17
Better to have 1/3 of a cheese and bacon roll then to be screaming the shop down cause she is hungry.
I'm sure he would of had something to say if he couldn't hear himself think over the tears and tantrum.
Very rude and none of his business. And as PP said - it could have been worse like a bottle of coke and a donut.
I'd def be telling him that what my children eat is none of his business.
18-04-2012 11:59 #18
We do things a little differently too. We have done BLS and she eats family foods, I don't make separate meals for her. I might have to vary her serving sometimes ie. If i make hot peperoni pizza, her slices will have no peperoni but more mushrooms.
If we have steak and veg, she has less steak and more veges etc. That is the first time anyone has ever said anything to me.
18-04-2012 12:39 #19
I would have said " Oh so I should'nt give her the can of coke then, my bad" . Some people just need to learn to mind there own bussiness
18-04-2012 12:40 #20
He probably has been told by his Doctor he's not allowed white bread cause of it's high sugar content and so he feels either concerned that other people (especially children) are eating white bread or jealous (or more likely a bit of both). But, seriously white bread is fine, just not all day, every day.
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