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    We take DD out to dinner with us (she pretty much goes everywhere we do!)

    She's pretty well behaved, so we are lucky! we go prepared, incase she gets bored... iPad, with apps and movies, colouring book/textas, toys, all fit in her backpack

    I got to give credit to dp's mates as we are only 19/20 & they go to the effort to "accommodate" DD (making a little bed up, buying baby food etc) makes a Huge difference for me

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    We have taken our kids out got dinner from a young age. DS is always very well behaved. We do aim for an early dinner if we can help it - usually 6pm. DS has always been a night owl so a later than usual bedtime doesn't bother him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~BEXTER~ View Post
    If we go for dinner it's a early dinner and we are home by 7.
    This.

    On occasion we have taken DS out later / like my grandmothers 90th bday, but when he was tired we put him to sleep in his pram

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    Yup! my hubby is a FIFO worker so DS comes everywhere with me he has even attended two hens nights with me lol (obviously just the dinner part, not the clubs!)


 

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