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  1. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    Was just wondering if any of the ladies here was disabled like I am?
     
  2. Amanda

    Amanda Mum of 3

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    Didn't want to read and run.

    I'm not disabled, but Kayleigh's dad is so I have experience with someone with a disability and a small baby.
     
  3. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    it's sort of weird, cause there's forums for my disability, there's forums for pregnancy and parenting so obviously there's people I can speak to on both, but I can't find any where for disabled and pregnant... not in a nasty way but sometimes I feel a little isolated, - does that make sense?

    Need some cheeky replies for ignorant people who make rude comments when I start showing though, lol...any suggestions?

    Does Kayleigh's Dad get any funny remarks from ignorant people when he's out with her? How does he react hun?
     
  4. Amanda

    Amanda Mum of 3

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    That makes complete sense hun. I felt totally isolated when we were together and Kayleigh was little. I could never ever get any time alone as he couldn't cope with Kayleigh at all. So she came with me everywhere and no-one seemed to understand how tied down that made me feel. I couldn't even go out after she was asleep, as if she woke up, he couldn't get her out of her cot.

    Hmm, cheeky replies?? I'm sure there's a couple of people on here who could come up with some good ones for you..... Jase...... Dan...??????? :rofl:

    As for the comments when he is out with Kayleigh, well, that never happens. We split when she was little, and he only sees her about 3 times a year. He turns up in his mobility car, drives her to his flat, and then the only time they leave the house until she comes home is to walk downstairs to the social club where everyone knows him anyway. And when we were together, he didn't leave the house. So, sorry, but I can't help you with that one hun.
     
  5. sian

    sian Well-Known Member

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    hehe i have an answer!!! just cos you can't stand on your legs it doesn't mean you can't lay on your back!!!! lol

    or i just cos i need batteries for my wheelchair it doesn't mean i need batteries in a vibrator! i can have a real man!

    or my baby will think it has its own set of wheels and he'll soon learn how to play in my chair and run you ignorant buggers over!

    you'll be fine hun just ignore the people who can't see past your wheel chair your disabled not useless
     
  6. Jase

    Jase Well-Known Member

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    sod having witty replies just tell them to fuck off or you'll run over their foot!
     
  7. Amanda

    Amanda Mum of 3

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    Loving your work Sian!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

    Minxy - can I ask a personal question? How does your disability manifest itself physically? I mean, how can people tell just by looking at you?

    Tell me to piss off if I'm being too nosey!! I won't be offended.:hugs:
     
  8. Amanda

    Amanda Mum of 3

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    See - I told you Jase could help!! :rofl:
     
  9. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    hehe Sian

    DH thinks we should do a role play thing, for a laugh, when they tyut and say "eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee disabled and pregnant!" lol, he's gonna say "what? You're pregnant!? How did that happen! Your disabled and disabled people don't have sex!" lol

    Could You imagine!? I think I'll fall outta me fluffy pink chair and roll around the floor laughing! lol

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    Oh Amanda, that's so sad hun. You know, he could've had his OT gat a cot that he could manage to open and stuff himself you know, - that's what I'm doing. Yes I feel crap about it, but if it means I can get my baby out of the cot myself, surely that can only be a good thing!
     
  10. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    lol Jase

    I can't really walk hun, a few steps here and there, so most of the time I need my electric wheelchair (nerve damage in all limbs) so...it has bright pink fluffy covers on it! hehehe

    here's a pic of my cats pinching it! I'd put a pic of me and hubby up, but even Sian will tell u I look horrific in those pics! lol Sorry I don't know how to change size...sorry mods :(

    https://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b291/darthplagis/forum/PIC00005.jpg
     
  11. Amanda

    Amanda Mum of 3

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    He was, and still is, a lazy, good-for-nothing dole-ite ,that was relieved when he was diagnosed, as it meant he could live off the state and smoke dope for the rest of his life and not have to pay anything towards the upkeep of his kids (he has another daughter as well). Most people with his condition (ankylosis spondylitis), manage to retrain and lead a relatively normal life. But not him, the lazy arse. Bitter me? Nope!! :rofl:
     
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    Ain't that most ppl that come from telford??
    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
  13. sian

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    i have another one!!! lol i've been thinking about this!!! lol

    how come disabled can't have kids but you can??? i mean there should be a law against ugly people having them! them poor kids having a troll for a mother!!

    sorry it goes on a bit lmao!!
     
  14. 2nd.Time.Daddy

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    just ram your crutch up their arse , never fails and will always do the trick
     
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    2nd.Time.Daddy Well-Known Member

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    you should have put laxative in his food and drinks :rofl:
     
  16. Uvlollypop

    Uvlollypop finally a mum

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    lol @sians witty comments.

    its totally crap that society is in such state that you feel you need to be armed with witty comments its not fair at all.

    i <3 pink fluffy chair!! and your kitty is cute:D
     
  17. Mickie31

    Mickie31 Well-Known Member

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    I'm disabled, but you cannot see my dissability. Apart from if you count my torn cartilage which is a different thing and will be sorted with an operation.
     
  18. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    wow this is an old post!
     
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    Sinead Well-Known Member

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    Come back to haunt you!!!!!
    I haven't seen it - so need to say your puddy-cats are lovely and obviously very spoilt!!!!!
    MrTashandBump will have the same issues as you I think????
     
  20. Mynxie

    Mynxie Well-Known Member

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    nah, I don't have the child related disabled prejudice cause I don't have any LOs huni
     

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