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Be a proper mother!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SeaThreePeeO, Jul 15, 2009.


  1. SeaThreePeeO

    SeaThreePeeO PetForums VIP

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    This is what my 3 year old said to me when I reprimanded her over climbing on the dinning table (I swear she's part mountain goat).

    'Be a proper mother and let me do it!'

    When I again told her that climbing on the table was not allowed she told me she would 'do it when you're not here.' She was told it didn't matter whether I was there or not, it was not allowed. To which she answered.

    'Mummy, I want you to go in the kitchen and clean something now.'

    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    This is why dogs are so much easier to train, they cannot answer back!
     
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  2. animallover111

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    :lol::lol::lol: children dont you just love them.......
     
  3. Dingle

    Dingle PetForums VIP

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    Hahaha...:D

    My little lass Abbie is 2 & a half & she is just the same lol...

    I was going to remove the safety gates & she said not to as she enjoys hurdling them...:D
     
  4. kath123

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    :D:D that is sooo funny, bless her. :D:D
     
  5. animallover111

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    Its funny how its both girls too......i have an 8yr old girl and it gets worse as they grow up.......:D
     
  6. Dingle

    Dingle PetForums VIP

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    oh don't i know it, i have 3 girls in total... a 15 year old a 12 year old & the terrible 2's lol...

    I must be mad...:eek:ut:
     
  7. animallover111

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    Honestly dont know how you cope with three of them......i can only just cope with the one......yet my boy......not one bit of trouble with him.....
     
  8. SeaThreePeeO

    SeaThreePeeO PetForums VIP

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    I don't have any boys, so I cannot really compare what it would be like.

    However I do believe that girls learn to talk you into submission and to use psychological warfare long before boys do.

    Some days Amy (my 3 year old) talks at me so much my brain stops functioning.
     
  9. Dingle

    Dingle PetForums VIP

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    They are my pain in the butt daddy's girls lol...:D

    I think it's lifes way of getting back at me for being a little bugger myself as a kid...:eek:...:D
     
  10. westie~ma

    westie~ma ~ In my shed ~
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    Awww, that is so cute. I can see you will need to watch that one very carefully ;)

    I agree, my DD (who is 10) has a canny way of grinding me into submission. Last week after asking me for something (yet again) when I responded with "we'll see" she said "oh thank you, when you say that it always means yes". I know I'm going wrong somewhere :rolleyes:
     
  11. LostGirl

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    Lol sounds like my daughter she was 4yrs old yesterday but has had an attitude of a 15yr old since she was about 2yrs old lol

    shes ALOT harder work then her brother whos just turnt 5yrs old, give me boys any day!!
     
  12. westie~ma

    westie~ma ~ In my shed ~
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    LOL, you can have mine :D I got a phone call from the school last week cos he had melted some kids pens with the bunsen burner :eek: ..... I mean, what was he thinking? :rolleyes: I can chuckle about it now, but at the time could have swung for him.

    He is a real messer, I know where I am with DD at least.
     
  13. suzy93074

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    :laugh::laugh::laugh: brilliantxx
     
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