Feel it's wrong to baptise children into a church to get into a particular school, or "just because".
There. I'm done.
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30-04-2013 18:18 #11
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30-04-2013 18:19 #12Senior Member
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My kids drink raw milk. I'm pretty sure a few people would have something to say about that one!
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30-04-2013 18:19 #13
30-04-2013 18:20 #14
- Probably the access between DS and his father (purely because it's not 50/50).
- Letting DS have sugary food/soft drink occasionally
- Laying with him till he goes to sleep even though he is six
- Letting DS watch too much tv
30-04-2013 18:23 #15
- Raising my kid vegan
- Referring to her as a kid!
30-04-2013 18:26 #16Senior Member
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I formula fed DD.
I had a c-section and will soon have another.
I let DD play with princesses and pink girly things.
I love wine.
I went back to work part time when she was 4 weeks old.
I didn't baby wear, and don't plan to next time.
30-04-2013 18:28 #17
Not subscribing to listeria hysteria.
Drinking a couple of glasses of wine when pregnant.
Being in a higher income bracket and daring to be a bit put out when things we currently receive are taken away or reduced (like PHI rebate). Because I should just be grateful I earn decent money and therefore should not question how the Govt spends our money (even though when the Govt take money from the "rich" it doesn't go straight to the "poor")
ETA: how could I forget I FF from 4 weeks because I was in agony and hated BF! And I therefore loved FF.
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30-04-2013 18:29 #18
We have a baby girl but had she been a boy, he would have been circumcised. Judge away.
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30-04-2013 18:30 #19
Too much tv - particularly since dd2 came along
Going back to work when my baby will be 5 months old
I kiss my kids on the lips
I co slept with dd1 till she was about 16 months, dd2 was in her own room at 4 weeks ( so potential to be judged from both sides there )
I still have to lay down with dd1 (2 ) for her to go to sleep and she still has a dummy for sleep time.
There's probably a thousand more that will come to me later.
30-04-2013 18:30 #20
Oh, and I had the epidural when she was born.
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