Postby Mr_Bob on Tue 6/Jan/09 9:10pm

dented wrote:
Mel wrote:You don't get an entry for every kid you have dented, just the one entry. :D

:lol:
Now you tell me!
(crikey, Heidi tells me this afternoon, that we should probably have 4, because if we only have 3, then one of them will always feel left out)
:cry:
You'll need a bigger wagon, again :huh:
:D
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Postby Mel on Tue 6/Jan/09 9:25pm

And another bike trailer!
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Postby dented on Tue 6/Jan/09 9:28pm

Aint gonna happen.
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Postby Malcy on Wed 7/Jan/09 12:13am

New lesson for dad today.

When you have your daughter on the bed, do not turn your back. Not for a second.

SPLAT

Quick as that, she rolled herself off the bed! Grrr... I felt sick inside. :(



On another note, for the mums, when your little 'uns grew teeth, how did you cope with the occassional painful bite on the nip from the bubbas?
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Postby sifter on Wed 7/Jan/09 9:04am

Malcy wrote: New lesson for dad today.

When you have your daughter on the bed, do not turn your back. Not for a second.

SPLAT

Quick as that, she rolled herself off the bed! Grrr... I felt sick inside. :(



On another note, for the mums, when your little 'uns grew teeth, how did you cope with the occassional painful bite on the nip from the bubbas?


Been there, done that. Kaitlyn was very little, and propped up in the corner of the couch... First time we'd ever heard that particular cry...

We did most things on the floor - changing, playing, reading, bathing etc etc...

Next up was the infamous dub to kindergarten... :(
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Postby Mel on Wed 7/Jan/09 9:32am

Malcy wrote:On another note, for the mums, when your little 'uns grew teeth, how did you cope with the occassional painful bite on the nip from the bubbas?

After the initial "OW" at the shock (and pain) of it. I say "No! No biting" in a stern/gruff voice with a Very Serious (TM) :hmmm: face. She knows she's done something wrong, and usually gives me a confused look before carrying on with her feed.

Tooth number two is pushing through and she's just 6.5 months old. :huh:
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Postby Bigfoot on Wed 7/Jan/09 9:34am

What about when the dad's do it?
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Postby jnumbaz on Wed 7/Jan/09 6:26pm

The child was feeling the heat today methinks....
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Postby shmoodiver on Wed 7/Jan/09 10:32pm

there will come a point when wee girls think it's funny to see dad in pain, they will wake you up with flying elbows, spoon you on the cranium and do almost anything in their power to see you in pain. You've got a few years before she starts taking action but be prepared. i have a very confident and social 11 year old that i have bought up on my own. My parents have been a godsend and my mates are somewhat understanding. take any help that is offered and don't be afraid to tell your parents off, yes it is their right to spoil her but....

it's never too early to get them on a bike, tayla has been riding for 6 years now, late starter, and altho she bitches about going for a pedal she quite often shows up a lot of my mates down a hill
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby Malcy on Wed 14/Jan/09 5:39pm

CJ has worked out almost everything that she needs to do to get around the place now. Just needs it all coordinated in one hit. Crawling backwards a little at a time, and hauling herself up to stand.

Pretty soon we're going be chasing her all around the house!! Scary.

Does anyone have a set of stair gates they don't need anymore and wanna sell?
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby lubie on Thu 15/Jan/09 8:28am

you need to sign up to Freecycle, Malcolm :)
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby Malcy on Fri 16/Jan/09 2:57pm

Nice one Lubestar!

Thanks!
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby neels on Fri 16/Jan/09 3:10pm

Yay, got the wheels back all nice and straight for my daughters new (well refurbished secondhand) bike. Now all I need is a crankset, chain and cassette and she'll be good to go. I wonder if she'll notice the difference going from her steel rigid warehouse Milazo to a Marin hawk hill with a brand new drive train :p
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby Datsane on Fri 16/Jan/09 10:12pm

At the speed I work maybe I should start looking for a MTB now :paranoid: :lol:
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Re: Go The Dads!

Postby neels on Fri 16/Jan/09 11:00pm

She isn't getting this one until her birthday in march, but I am also slow and horribly disorganised, that's why I''m starting now :p
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