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Old Feb 28th, 2008, 11:32 AM   31
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I got home from shopping one day and thought that the easiest way to carry that, Alex and take Ella indoors would be to put Alex in the buggy, load it up with shopping, take Ella out the car and pronto, only one trip!

However as I stepped away from strapping Alex in, the weight of the buggy made it tip and flip over onto it's front, landing Alex face first onto the pavement. Luckily he was only slighty bruised and had a little bit of pavement embedded into his head!

I make two trips now. Shopping first and then the kids.



 
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Old Feb 28th, 2008, 11:41 AM   32
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oh Kina, i use the quinny zapp and am forever putting shopping bags on the handles even though it has specific instructions NOT to. plenty of times in shops i have let go of the handles and the weight of the shopping bags has tipped the pram backwards.

*guilty face*



 
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Old Feb 28th, 2008, 18:04 PM   33
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We've done that pram one as well, we had loads of shopping from Tesco but Bethanie wanted to go on the Bananas in Pyjamas ride outside, so we got her out all excited for her first ever go on one of those rides and the pram tipped up. I was holding Bethanie and Sonny was trying to get her legs out, all of this whilst the pram was still half tipped.. I moaned at him afterwards for not just lifting the pram up lol. That was a bad parent moment lol.

The other day, Bethanie was sitting on my knee and bouncing about, I wasn't holding her well and she threw herself forward. I caught her by her trouser leg lmao and pulled her back up. I was determined she wasn't going to hit the floor though.



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Old Mar 1st, 2008, 06:58 AM   34
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I observed Juleikas skin condition and apparently did not want to know she has eczma until she started to feel itchy, started to scratch and wiggle around a lot

well, I had to put scratch mittens on her that she did not scratch herself bleeding and was off to the GP, who diagnosed eczma!

we have cream and bathing stuff for her now, and I hope her discomfort will ease soon!

but I am a really bad mother

I do not diserve anything for mother's day



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2008, 07:04 AM   35
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I observed Juleikas skin condition and apparently did not want to know she has eczma until she started to feel itchy, started to scratch and wiggle around a lot

well, I had to put scratch mittens on her that she did not scratch herself bleeding and was off to the GP, who diagnosed eczma!

we have cream and bathing stuff for her now, and I hope her discomfort will ease soon!

but I am a really bad mother

I do not diserve anything for mother's day
lucky me, it's a guilt free confessional thread

will not feel guilty, promise



 
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Old Mar 6th, 2008, 04:28 AM   36
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Well, the other night i put callum to bed (in his cot, side right up) and i goes downstairs. No sooner had i got downstairs that i heard callum screaming, runs upstairs and here he is on my bed with nicole!!! Given that callums cot is not in my bedroom it was rather scary!!!

How she had managed to pick him out of his cot and carry him into my room is a mystery!

All she had to say for herself was that "you've got to share your baby with me, and i wanted to cuddle him in on your bed"



 
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Old Mar 6th, 2008, 04:53 AM   37
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Lol, I love this thread! So many confessions have made me piss myself laughing! I can't wait to be able to join in and add my bad mother moments. Hang on, i'm going to be a perfect mother so I may as well not bother Yeah right! It's good to know that everyone makes mistakes and stuffs up with their child. i was worried it was only going to be me.



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2008, 05:48 AM   38
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this morning i went through to the kids room to find they had eaten a whole pack of biscuits between them!!!(cos mummy left them out last nyt) oops!!!



 
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Old Mar 10th, 2008, 14:09 PM   39
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Ok mine is really bad I forgot to pick Raven up from the creche today shes only in a half day on Monday and when I didn't collect her at 1 they left it until three to call me I feel so bad Dh will kill me if he finds out



 
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Old Mar 11th, 2008, 17:45 PM   40
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My daughter Savannah is now 11 months old. But at about 6 months she was still in her carrier car-seat that just popped in and out of a base. Well we were loading up into the car while leaving the mall and i sat the car seat into the base but i guess it didn't click all the way. Well we get about 2 minutes down the road and i turned around to give her, her pacifer and the car seat was almost upside on the base. I guess i didn't pop her car seat all the way in! I felt so bad i made my hubby pull over so i could hold her!



 
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