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    Our new car is longer than our old car and the back door is in line with a pillar in the garage so we can't get out daughter into the car or buckle her into her car seat without backing it out first. What a pain / first world problem lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Our new car is longer than our old car and the back door is in line with a pillar in the garage so we can't get out daughter into the car or buckle her into her car seat without backing it out first. What a pain / first world problem lol.
    We have the same issue - our carport has pillars in slight odd positions so if you park so the driver can get out you either block the front passenger or rear passenger door on one side. So annoying!

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    Had a party on Saturday and had our back door open all afternoon, and despite spraying for flies about 500 times since, there are still so many buzzing around our house. I think they've all been affected by the spray because they're slow, but not enough to kill them. They are seriously annoying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Our new car is longer than our old car and the back door is in line with a pillar in the garage so we can't get out daughter into the car or buckle her into her car seat without backing it out first. What a pain / first world problem lol.
    Can you reverse in so the door is on the inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Can you reverse in so the door is on the inside?
    I could but then can't get baby in on the other side as I can't get the door open wide enough!

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    I have 16 mosquito bites. On one arm. I also have bites on my legs, feet and back. They are driving me loopy. Soooooo itchy!!!!

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    Seriously regretting having leftover chicken in my sandwich. I thought it was only a few days old but have remembered it was fro last Wednesday and have been on the loo for the past hour

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    My ears hurt. I don't have an ear infection or anything but every time I am sick I end up with sore throat/glands/ears/sinus. Hoping the nurofen kicks in soon so I can sleep...

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    My damn stutter!!

    I used to stutter as a kid. It wasn't treated professionally but my parents ridiculed me enough for "talking stupid" that I worked on it myself and it pretty much went away (over years of course).
    It only really reared itself when I was crazy nervous (the last time I remembered really was when I was getting a speeding ticket and the police officer was super intimidating).

    The last couple of weeks it's been popping up heaps. It's driving me crazy. I don't know why it's back.

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    What is the point in trying to take DS to do fun things if he continually refuses to put shoes/socks/sunblock on or get into his car seat so that we can leave. I give him 3 chances and then say we aren't going. Then he gets upset and throws a wobbly because now we aren't going to the park/for a walk at the beach/see our friends/playgroup. It's happened often enough now that he knows what will happen. I'm sick of trying to do fun things and him refusing to cooperate then getting upset when we don't go because he won't cooperate. I'm sick of being stuck in the house 4 days a week.


 

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