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I know all parents get it

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by piggybaker, Aug 13, 2009.


  1. piggybaker

    piggybaker PetForums VIP

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    But as much as you love your kids do wish you could put them in a box to give you a break for the day,

    My son has really given me grief today and been very rude to me, and i just wish i could put him i a box and give myself a break,,

    I expect he feels the same about me .lol
     
  2. Fleur

    Fleur Vassal to Lilly and Ludo

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    But then the time comes when they don't want your constant attention and you really miss it all.
    Us parents are never happy.
    I took last half term off work to spend time with the kids and never saw them, they were out with their friends.

    However I know what you mean - has it been a hard day?
     
  3. animallover111

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    your not alone.....though with me its my daughter...and i know its my fault as she is so spoilt....she is a nightmare at times....and today has pushed me to my limit...but as much as she is a nightmare i wouldnt swop her for anything.....oh hang at times i could quite easily......:)
     
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    As a grandparent I feel the same, shes a hypo monster but inspite of what I say I love her to bits. Except when she wakes up at 2am, then 3.30 and dont go back sleep till 5 then is up again at 6.30 :eek: had some stuff off the docs to help her sleep but it had e numbers in it and just made her worse :rolleyes: honestly you couldnt make it up
     
  5. Inca's Mum

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    I probably think my mum would love to pack us up in a box for a week, let alone one day :001_tt2: well at least she only has 2 to cope with until next Friday!
     
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    I'm just glad we've not got any.
     
  7. piggybaker

    piggybaker PetForums VIP

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    Yes it has been a trying day, and i love my son to bits but sometimes i really want to kick his butt
     
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    this thread made me laugh;) my youngest are 6 & 4 i whish they had a pause button ;) xx
     
  9. piggybaker

    piggybaker PetForums VIP

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    Oh wow how cool would a pause button be... Mine are 6 and 8 and sometimes i just have not got the humff to keep up, mentaily of physcally(spelling sorry) and i just wish they slept in till 8 instead of 6, I don't function till after 8.30 with a cuppa,

    Oh yeh and ho wlong has it been since you parents have had a HOT.... cup of tea?

    and today we had to take the trampoline down because the bed had a hole in it:(
     
  10. sammyben

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    LOL, know exactly how you feel. I dread to think what my 2 (5 & 4) will be like as teenagers if their strops just now are anything to go on. My eldest stomps up stairs banging his feet as hard as he can n then slams his bedroom door!! Reminds me of my childhood :D x
     
  11. karen09

    karen09 PetForums Member

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    i know what you mean unfortunately my daughter is just like me she can talk for england i just want a volume control so i cant hear her to give my ears a break but like all us i couldnt part with her. thank goodness for the out of school club she has started to goto its 11-4pm and its ................................FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  12. bird

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    Oh lucky you, 5yr old grandmonster as well as being hyper also chatters nonstop, just like her auntie and neither of them have a volume button :eek: when they're both here I tend to have a quiet five in the outhouse with the door to the kitchen shut :D
     
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