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    Thanks for the cool change but did it have to be so windy that everything bangs and wakes up ds
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    Sick of people who don't have kids with them parking in "parents with prams" spots. I know it's not a law or anything and it's just a little benefit if you can get one of the spots, but at my local shops, the PWP spots are the only ones undercover, which meant yesterday my car wouldn't have been such a sweatbox when we got in after doing the groceries. I saw a young guy pull into one of the spots, jump out, run in to the shops then back out and into the car. Only a short visit but it meant I couldn't have that spot and possibly allow my daughter to be a tiny bit cooler when we got in the car. In the time he was away from his car, there's no way his car would have heated up much from parking in a normal spot, which are closer to the door anyway! I don't care if elderly or disabled people use the spots, I'd gladly give up my spot for them (not that I've ever got to use a PWP spot there!), but it's really frustrating when it's a young, able bodied person! Ok first world problem vent over lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Sick of people who don't have kids with them parking in "parents with prams" spots. I know it's not a law or anything and it's just a little benefit if you can get one of the spots, but at my local shops, the PWP spots are the only ones undercover, which meant yesterday my car wouldn't have been such a sweatbox when we got in after doing the groceries. I saw a young guy pull into one of the spots, jump out, run in to the shops then back out and into the car. Only a short visit but it meant I couldn't have that spot and possibly allow my daughter to be a tiny bit cooler when we got in the car. In the time he was away from his car, there's no way his car would have heated up much from parking in a normal spot, which are closer to the door anyway! I don't care if elderly or disabled people use the spots, I'd gladly give up my spot for them (not that I've ever got to use a PWP spot there!), but it's really frustrating when it's a young, able bodied person! Ok first world problem vent over lol.
    We had tradies parking in the pwp parks at our local shop for weeks on end while doing renovations. When about 50m away were heaps of spots they could have used!

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    DS did a huge diarrhoea poop in the McDonalds playground, it was leaving a trail across the floor as we walked to the bathroom and I had to throw his underwear in the bin!! Mortifying.
    Oh my gawd I would have wanted to just die!

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    Go to sleep DS, I need to get past your room to have a shower but don't want to risk you seeing me and getting out of bed!

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    God packing for a little 3 day trip is now such an effort with a 1 year old! Need a whole car full instead of an overnight bag! Portacot, booster chair, stroller, nappies, wipes, tonnes of clothes, food and snacks, sippy cup etc etc!!!! Ah the good of days of just grabbing a few undies and toiletries and off we go are over.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    God packing for a little 3 day trip is now such an effort with a 1 year old! Need a whole car full instead of an overnight bag! Portacot, booster chair, stroller, nappies, wipes, tonnes of clothes, food and snacks, sippy cup etc etc!!!! Ah the good of days of just grabbing a few undies and toiletries and off we go are over.....
    I just returned from a week away with a 4 yr old and 11 month old. We could only take 2 bags and 2 carry on bags so I sent the portacot, high chair and nappies with my Dad. There's no way I could have taken everything without him! I hate packing for kids.

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    It looks like my daughter is getting a mono brow and she's only 10 months old. I was teased so much for mine in primary school that mum finally let me get it waxed in year 5. I don't want all those years of torment for her but also don't want her to think she has to remove the hair if she doesn't want to! :-(


 

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