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    Giving in to tantrums, letting her play with my phone.... :-/

    Co sleeping is also one, but we have only ever had to do maybe 3 or 4 times in the 2 years of her life when she's been sick and I've been exhausted.

    I find its very easy to judge other mums, but until you have been there you really have no clue.


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    & DS due end of July 2013!

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    A dummy. Ds1 was a reflux bub. So the no dummy rule lasted 2wks.

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    Food rewards and using tv and iPads to get a break

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    Have more then one child
    feed her McDonalds
    let her watch the large amount of tv she watches
    dummy

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    Another who was adamant we'd never use a dummy poor refluxing DS had other ideas though we got rid of it at 6months old and he replaced it by sucking on his fingers which he still does now at 27months lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Have more then one child
    feed her McDonalds
    let her watch the large amount of tv she watches
    dummy
    Pretty much this, not sure I had formed views on dummies, he has several now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Let having kids get in the way of my lifestyle or special time with DH

    Bahahahaha HA!
    Yep this was me. What a riot ha? Our DD rules the household at the moment!

    Other than that I've stuck to my guns with most things.

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    Weren't we all such sweet and perfect ladies lecturing others whilst pregnant that our little darlings would be the most well behaved children on the planet.

    I have a naughty sweet tooth and miss 6 believes a visitor came for a late night coffee and all the yummy biscuits or chocolates have gone!!
    Maccas is shut
    If you don't clean your teeth they will fall out

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    Oh where do I start....

    My kids will never sleep in my bed haha DS 3 yrs comes in nearly every night.

    No soft drink, no takeaway like maccas, no sugary treats. They will eat all veggie and fruit lol yarn right mum, I do try to keep junk food and drinks to a min but they still eat it, and as for veggies unless I can hide them DS won't go near them.

    My children will be called by the names I pick not silly nicknames hmmm I think both DS and DD have about 3 each.

    I will always answer all their questions omg no chance when you have a 3 yr old that asks "why" at least 1000 times a day.

    Hmmm I'm sure there is alot more that I can't think of right now.

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    Educational TV only. Hahaha.

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