Gee where do I start:
Had a c section by choice and loved it
Bottled fed by choice and loved it
Have not vaccinated DS post 12 months
Have always left DS in car when getting petrol
Worked part time since DS was 6 months old and love it and would hate to be a SAHM
Let DS watch a lot of tv and movies that are sometimes M rated (he is nearly 5)
Would not leave DH for having a one night stand
Do not mind watching por-n
Let DS drink soft drink sometimes and he eats too much processed food
Have a high household income and not ashamed by it
Do not think SAH parents should get parental leave at the same rate as working parents
And the list goes on and on
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30-04-2013 20:13 #71Senior Member
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30-04-2013 20:14 #72
30-04-2013 20:14 #73
Ahh I feel so much better after reading all these!!! Here I was thinking all you BH ladies were superwomen but really underneath it all we are very much alike! I can relate to many things already listed. Who knew we are all just human after all
30-04-2013 20:15 #74
I could be judged as being either too involved or not involved enough in my stepdaughters lives and relationships with dp.
Don't clean daily when dp and girls aren't here.
Regularly request my much wanted and loved baby get the hell out of my ribcage
I'm a mothering disappointment even before giving birth
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30-04-2013 20:18 #75
30-04-2013 20:25 #76
I keep thinking "oh, me too!" at every second thing! My list is growing!
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30-04-2013 20:26 #77
* I bribe my 2 year old with a treat of a donut at the shops. Then let him lick all the icing off.
* never ever 'worn' either of my boys... And don't plan too
* ds1 goes to daycare twice a week even tho I'm on mat leave with 6 month old ds2
* enjoyed the odd glass of wine thru out my pregnancies
30-04-2013 20:30 #78
- I have PHI and an ob
- Don't intend to have a birth plan (seriously these guys studied for years and are well paid, who I am to know better than them)
- Intend to go back to work when bub is 5 months old
30-04-2013 20:31 #79
I hate co-sleeping. It was the happiest day of my life when we moved DD to her own room at 8 months.
I ATE MY PLACENTA AHHHHHHHHHH
30-04-2013 20:35 #80Senior Member
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I formula fed without guilt, am completely comfortable with having c-sections, put the kids into their own room from the first night they were home without a baby monitor, leave them in the car for petrol, let DS go to a sleepover at 6. *gasps for air* let him play on the computer when I need half an hour to myself or as a Reward, let the kids play with toy guns, dress the kids in tops with slogans... Oh & DS uses men's toilets on his own & has done since he was almost 5.
*prepares marshmallows & waits for the mob & their torches*
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