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27-06-2012 20:31 #51
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27-06-2012 20:35 #53
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27-06-2012 20:36 #54
27-06-2012 20:42 #55
Sarcasm...... How refreshing...( lol incase anyone thinks im serious and missed my joke)
27-06-2012 20:42 #56
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27-06-2012 21:06 #57
As for it being work for the child, we don't know that. My 3.5 year old begs to carry the 3 month old. So much so I decided she's big enough (8kgs) I let him hold her purely to put him off the idea! (as in my hands were 2cms away so when he said "too heavy!" I took her back immediately.)
And when I was 8 I'd have begged to look after little babies/children. I always chose to baby sit family friends children at gatherings. For some children caring for babies is way better than play.
Though I do agree a soft-structured carrier would have been better and I do hope she wasn't totally unsupervised.
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28-06-2012 13:27 #58
I've made my teen change nappies, it's character building :P
28-06-2012 13:28 #59
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28-06-2012 17:47 #60
i'm sure if the child didn't want to do it, she wouldn't.
i have a 9 nearly 10 yo who dotes, DOTES on his baby sister. if anything i have to stop him doing too much
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