Do you baby your children? Confess!

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In some ways I do... and in some ways I don't!!

so clear as mud there eh? Al is special needs (yeah i know you all know, but when others start to join they won't!) so it's different anyway.

Tag1234

I think i do but thats what mummys are ment to do. Or i just dnt want them to grow up

pollylolly

It's some thing I'm working on at the moment, Kirsty is almost 11 but emotionally she ranges from 11 to 111 lol.

She is very tactile and overly affectionate - she will join in anything, I can leave her any where but if I leave her home and i'm the one going out she reacts badly.

She still trys to sleep with me I encourage her to sleep in her own bed - it's hard. Seh does her own teeth now though, can make a butty (sort of lol) she also pours tea for Daddy when the pots already been used and she makes cereal.

She would like to learn to cook but arrrrrrrr not sure on that one yet lol

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pollylolly wrote:
It's some thing I'm working on at the moment, Kirsty is almost 11 but emotionally she ranges from 11 to 111 lol.

She is very tactile and overly affectionate - she will join in anything, I can leave her any where but if I leave her home and i'm the one going out she reacts badly.

She still trys to sleep with me I encourage her to sleep in her own bed - it's hard. Seh does her own teeth now though, can make a butty (sort of lol) she also pours tea for Daddy when the pots already been used and she makes cereal.

She would like to learn to cook but arrrrrrrr not sure on that one yet lol

ach polly i still have william trying to sneak into my bed,ive only just got him out of it! lmao isnt it funny or ironic that when theyre toddlers and theyre poorly that they end up in mummys bed? and then they never bloomin leave till ya push them out! lol and every time ive had a child ive said no way are they going in my bed again,and yet once again as i found out lastnight and night before that you just cant help being a soft touch when theyre poorly! lol

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Polly, K is the female equivalent of C

pollylolly

I love her to bits and tbh it's tempting to keep her babied to keep her safe BUT I know that's the wrong thing to do.

Shazz know just what your saying.

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The difference is I will always have to keep C safe, he will never ever be able to be a part osf society on his own

sammi31

I did baby mine (now 13 and 11), but since being with the DH I stopped. That's more because he needed babying ha ha!

I think though had we not got together the kids would still be jumping into bed with me. They always did up till DH moved in with us.

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am a terrible soft touch when it comes to kids,me and oh have have lots of cross words about this,cause hes a typical bloke and i guess am a tpyical woman,but a bit softer sometimes(when it comes to my kids) but as you polly william is affectionate and loves having a cudlle and loves mummy i guess some kids are just that way and i guess sometimes we find it hard letting go.

over the last few weeks ive had to say non stop go in your own bed,dont get me wrong he is in there now,but theres still some nights where hes like can i sleep in your bed mum,and im like nooooo,big boy now,i guess im kinda sad.

sammi31

Not sad at all Shazz, just a loving mum.
I think if DH was the kids biological dad or at least been around since they were really small then maybe they would still jump into bed with us. I do miss it.

Ash is a mummy's boy, total softy who would sit and cuddle me all day if he could, can get a bit much sometimes though.

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