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    Lightbulb Tips for first time fathers


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    No wonder my kids didn't turn out right....

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    A lot easier to read than the nhs stuff. I've already been told I can't take a newborn on a motorcycle
    only a week to go.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Now i know the way my wife 'massages' my son is definitely wrong. LOL

    btw i hate those baby carrier things. I don't think they're a suitable way to carry a child. If you haven't got the stamina to carry an infant in you're arms when you go shopping use a pushchair, not have them strapped to you - such an annoyingly middle class thing to do. Another thing that annoys me is middle class parents riding the cycling equivalent of the bendy bus...those contraptions where the kid is sitting about 20 feet behind petrified of getting hit by a lampost as mum takes the next left - one timezone ahead.

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    i cried with laughter

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    If you haven't got the stamina to carry an infant in you're arms when you go shopping .
    If you were just carrying the baby in a crowded shopping centre it would be really easy to have the baby knocked out of your arms by someone jostling you.
    And if you ARE in a crowded shopping centre a pushchair becomes a huge hassle, both for you and others. A baby carrier is far more sensible - and it isn't middle class - peoples all over the world strap their babies to them in some way to keep them safe.
    But I do agree about the 'bendy bus' thingies

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    I lolled then forwarded that to my mother and sister.

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    Particularly like the Drying Baby tip

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    Hahaha very funny

    Although any new dad knows that you don't even have to look to check the diaper! Hell I can smell them from work sometimes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    If you were just carrying the baby in a crowded shopping centre it would be really easy to have the baby knocked out of your arms by someone jostling you.
    And if you ARE in a crowded shopping centre a pushchair becomes a huge hassle, both for you and others. A baby carrier is far more sensible - and it isn't middle class - peoples all over the world strap their babies to them in some way to keep them safe.
    But I do agree about the 'bendy bus' thingies
    women who strap their babies in developing countries have little choice as they often have to travel miles to fetch and carry food and water....and carrying babies this way is the most practical thing to do.

    strapping babies in this country to go shopping or for a stroll IS a middle class thing. I agree pushchairs can be a hassle but shops, supermarkets and public buildings are very pushchair friendly these days.

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    OK if you say so - as always you obviously know far more than I do about shopping with small babies.......

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    I wouldn't fancy pushing a pushchair around my local asda, people are far too inconsiderate these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    I agree pushchairs can be a hassle but shops, supermarkets and public buildings are very pushchair friendly these days.
    What shops you go in? It's hard enough just walking down isles of shops let alone push a pushchair.

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    Boy! Am I glad that my kids are old enough to propel themselves these days.

    They are at just about the right age at the moment... old enough to travel independently on the buses & young enough not to be borrowing my car!

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    haha no wonder kids dont like me at times

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