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    [QUOTE=GucciDahling;8214057]
    Quote Originally Posted by DreamyMummy View Post

    And me too...
    Nappies, wipes, change of pants, snacks *sigh*
    Literally everytime I go out for the day I end up having to buy everything I should have packed and usually a dummy x 2 because she will lose the one I brought with us, then lose the one I had to purchase. Often Dd will also undo her shoes and lose one also. She's a very expensive child haha.

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    I let DS play with the flag from the bike trailer. And of course DD tried to play with it too so a massive argument occured involving screaming and hitting. Then running around the house knocking things over with the flag. I should have known better......

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    Default Not so serious poor parenting decisions.

    I bought DS toy swords. Hits everything with them.

    I let DS 'help' once with painting the house, we now have a 'mural' of the family on the dining room wall (it's a wall I'm still yet to paint thankfully lol). And now he also insists on helping whenever I'm painting.

    I bought DS the Jurassic park trilogy. We now watch it on repeat, and I have a dinosaur for a child who likes to stomp and roar.

    I let DS play with my phone when I was hungover (don't judge me, it's been my only night out since DD), he sat in bed next to me playing a flash card game, which made sounds such as 'drill,' 'telephone,' and 'washing machine.' Seriously, what sadist makes a kids game with such noises!
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    DSD ate an entire pizza on her Daddy, DT75 and DSD night.

    Her mother found out. Apparently we are child abusers... Hmmm.

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    Thought it was a great idea to mop my ensuite bathroom floor and my son's bathroom. I got the mop bucket ready with some nice warm water, disinfectant and mop. Took less than 5 seconds to walk into the bathroom to make sure there was nothing on the floor, I turn around and DS2, who has just learnt to pull himself up, is have a lovely time splashing all the water out! He is soaking, my carpet is soaking but boy did he have a great time, you should have seen the look on his face!

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