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Old Feb 26th, 2008, 18:46 PM   11
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This thread has made me laugh so much Thanks girls!

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Old Feb 26th, 2008, 19:16 PM   12
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This thread made me giggle, and relax in that making mistakes it totally normal and OK.



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Old Feb 26th, 2008, 21:54 PM   13
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Charlie was down for a nap on Sunday, I was alone in the house, and decided to go and pick all the dog poo up from the garden. Bearing in mind we have an alsation and it hadn't been done for a week, there was rather a lot. So, I stuck the baby monitor in my pocket and went out. When I was putting all the nappy sacks in the bin (a good 20 mins later) my neighbour popped her head over the fence. I stood gossiping to her for another 10 mins or so, then her phone rang, so I came back in. Only to find Charlie stood at the top of the stairs screaming his head off and in a right state! I hadn't turned the monitor on.

No idea how long he was there for, but it took 2 chocolate chip cookies and loads of iggle piggle on the tv to calm him down!!

(thanks for starting this thread Helen, it's made me feel so much better getting that off my chest - I hadn;t even told Stu!!!)



 
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 07:05 AM   14
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(thanks for starting this thread Helen, it's made me feel so much better getting that off my chest - I hadn;t even told Stu!!!)
I'm just so relieved other folks have posted. I was worried there would be an awkward silence while people reached for the phone to ring Social Services!



 
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 07:14 AM   15
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oh golly gosh this thread has made me giggle! ok here are mine...

i often find rhys in the kitchen eating the cats biscuits! i swear he loves them!

the other day i was on the computer, turned around and rhys had used the surround sound speaker as a step to climb onto our coffee table and was stood on it watching tv

im awful for leaving the baby gate open and finding rhys half way up the stairs!

yes the whole head bashing confession applies to me too!

when rhys was couple of months colin dropped him, he was ok though!


and along with the pennies, the scissors, the knives and the hot cups of tea... im just as bad as everybody else!



 
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 07:30 AM   16
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i dont have any children but this thread made me laugh and i asked me friend if i could tell her bad mother story and she said i could so!

her 2year old daughter tottered off while my friend was on the loo,as they do and she found her chewing the head off off her rampent rabbit which she had found under her bed and it was turned on...

a few weeks later she caught her son trying to snap her double ender in half!

this made me laugh alot, i told her she needed to get a lockable box for her adult fun time toys.



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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 08:09 AM   17
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OMG I can relate to most of these posts

Yesterday when I was making dinner, Lucy was in her pram in the livingroom, and Rebecca was wandering to and from the kitchen. I noticed she had been quiet for a few minutes, came through and she had climbed in the pram and was sitting bouncing on Lucy! My god I went hysterical, but Lucy was a bit shell shocked but was giggling!

Sometimes I can be soo scatty!I should know NEVER to leave Rebecca unattended as shes into everything!xx



 
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as soon as i goes quiet i start to worry



 
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 09:09 AM   19
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OMG I can relate to most of these posts

Yesterday when I was making dinner, Lucy was in her pram in the livingroom, and Rebecca was wandering to and from the kitchen. I noticed she had been quiet for a few minutes, came through and she had climbed in the pram and was sitting bouncing on Lucy! My god I went hysterical, but Lucy was a bit shell shocked but was giggling!

Sometimes I can be soo scatty!I should know NEVER to leave Rebecca unattended as shes into everything!xx
Ella's always doing stuff like that! Now she can talk she can tell me why Alex is crying, normally it's because she's either bit or headbutted him! When he was a few weeks old she shoved a cheerio down his throat when I was in the kitchen, I came in to find him choking and puking!



 
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Old Feb 27th, 2008, 09:25 AM   20
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Tezzy, my mother was so worried to discover me eating dry dog food when I was a toddler, so she spoke to the doctor, and he told her 'well it is probably better for her than what you feed her'.



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