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    I'm trying on clothes to buy. Shoot me! Shoot me now!!!

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    I am envious of @A-Squared out clothes shopping. I'm in that dreaded post partum tween stage. Maternity clothes are baggy daggy and pre pregnancy clothes still don't fit I want to shop for some clothes that fit right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    I am envious of @A-Squared out clothes shopping. I'm in that dreaded post partum tween stage. Maternity clothes are baggy daggy and pre pregnancy clothes still don't fit I want to shop for some clothes that fit right now!
    I'm 2 years PP and my clothes still don't fit. Anything new I try on makes my mummy pooch stick out like a sore thumb. Thinking I might just head to the fruit and veg store for a potato sack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I'm trying on clothes to buy. Shoot me! Shoot me now!!!
    Don't scare me, I need to do this in a few weeks. I've got wedding to go to. I'm a sz 12 in the waist and a 10dd up top thanks to breastfeeding. Really not looking forward to trying to find something that is going to allow me to feed at the wedding as both kids are invited

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I'm 2 years PP and my clothes still don't fit. Anything new I try on makes my mummy pooch stick out like a sore thumb. Thinking I might just head to the fruit and veg store for a potato sack!
    Tell me about it! My body has changed so dramatically with each pregnancy that it will be a miracle if I don't need a whole new wardrobe. I know I'll have to toss all my lingerie - my b00bs are never the same size or shape aaarrrrr it's doing my head in just thinking about it!

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    super angry with my parents - I know they are doing it tough with my dad's health & having to care for DS in my home (again though not my fault as there were options elsewhere before they interfered with DHS) & I know that DS is no angel & making life difficult with me not being home but you seriously know exactly why I don't want him visiting here. Do not bring him here. I know he wanted to see me but I am not about to be granted leave when I am in AMA & it is not a safe or pleasant environment for him to be. So instead, be the adults & tell him he isn't able to come here. Now you have made it worse because he is going to use the fact that you brought him here once to his advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    super angry with my parents - I know they are doing it tough with my dad's health & having to care for DS in my home (again though not my fault as there were options elsewhere before they interfered with DHS) & I know that DS is no angel & making life difficult with me not being home but you seriously know exactly why I don't want him visiting here. Do not bring him here. I know he wanted to see me but I am not about to be granted leave when I am in AMA & it is not a safe or pleasant environment for him to be. So instead, be the adults & tell him he isn't able to come here. Now you have made it worse because he is going to use the fact that you brought him here once to his advantage.
    Hugs. I once convinced family to take me and my brothers to visit my dad when he had been scheduled. I was older than your DS, and my youngest brother probably 14. I wasn't scared at any point, but it certainly was an eye opener. I don't think my dad was terribly impressed with my family members either. But, if it reassures you, I didn't ask to go again. I knew it had upset dad that we were there, even though he was glad to see us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    Hugs. I once convinced family to take me and my brothers to visit my dad when he had been scheduled. I was older than your DS, and my youngest brother probably 14. I wasn't scared at any point, but it certainly was an eye opener. I don't think my dad was terribly impressed with my family members either. But, if it reassures you, I didn't ask to go again. I knew it had upset dad that we were there, even though he was glad to see us.
    That does help, thanks. I really, really don't want him here, especially when there have been times that I've had a code grey called due to my behaviour while here & there was a code black with a lot of police and capsicum spray used only a week or so ago


 

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