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    My hubby is out tonight and we had breakfast for dinner too lol!
    Haha great minds!!

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    Crucify her! Gosh I do this every day, I just get rid of them secretly. Dare ...
    Oh I do get rid of them secretly already

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    Average fur baby parenting - forgot to feed them, so I'm home alone and at 9pm too scared to go outside to get their bowls so I brought them in and fed them on disposable plastic plates lol.

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    I fed my 18m old Cheerios (with chopped strawberries) this morning because I couldn't be bothered with Weetbix or porridge as its a struggle to give it to him (doesn't really like it much, but will eat it when hungry).
    He loved the Cheerios, was actually grabbing the spoon off me!

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    I fed my 18m old Cheerios (with chopped strawberries) this morning because I couldn't be bothered with Weetbix or porridge as its a struggle to give it to him (doesn't really like it much, but will eat it when hungry).
    He loved the Cheerios, was actually grabbing the spoon off me!
    Lol when I first read this I thought it said you fed your son cheezels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    I fed my 18m old Cheerios (with chopped strawberries) this morning because I couldn't be bothered with Weetbix or porridge as its a struggle to give it to him (doesn't really like it much, but will eat it when hungry).
    He loved the Cheerios, was actually grabbing the spoon off me!
    If it helps, nutrition wise Cheerios are on par with weetbix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    If it helps, nutrition wise Cheerios are on par with weetbix
    Really? I'm off to get me a box now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Average fur baby parenting - forgot to feed them, so I'm home alone and at 9pm too scared to go outside to get their bowls so I brought them in and fed them on disposable plastic plates lol.

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    I needed cat food last night and was already going to Maccas so I bought the cat a hamburger instead. It saved me having to go to the store as well. She loved it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jl81 View Post
    I needed cat food last night and was already going to Maccas so I bought the cat a hamburger instead. It saved me having to go to the store as well. She loved it!!!
    Bahahahaha! That's awesome! If it were cheap enough I'd be stealing that idea on lazy nights for my 50kg fur baby!

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    This thread was started to show the human side of parenting and to reminds us we aren't perfect.

    With threads of this nature there will always be posts that one member will think is funny while others find upsetting.

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