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Taking a child to the supermarket at 3.30am????

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Gwenick Sun 22-May-05 09:29:37

just because he couldn't sleep?????

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Still - quite amazing what kids can do given a seconds chance!

Should I start worrying about DS2 yet do you think - 18 months and can alrady escape from a zipped Grobag, was escaping from his high chair (strapped in an tray pushed in as far as it would go) at 12 months..........

Hermione1 Sun 22-May-05 09:32:33

lol thats quite funny. what alittle sod eh?

noddyholder Sun 22-May-05 09:33:21

he looks a right little monkey!

Frizbe Sun 22-May-05 09:33:35

Funny, but why wasn't he put back in bed, when he got up?

WideWebWitch Sun 22-May-05 09:35:22

She's mad, I'd have put him back to bed until he got the message, no way would I have gone shopping!

Hermione1 Sun 22-May-05 09:36:17

I expect the supermarket was really quiet at that time of night.

Enid Sun 22-May-05 09:53:59

I took dd2 to Tescos a couple of times at about 3am - but she was only about 8 weeks old.

WideWebWitch Sun 22-May-05 09:55:32

WEll 8 weeks, fair enough but a 3yo, blimey, I wouldn't, just wouldn't want to set a precedent. But hey, what do I care?

happymerryberries Sun 22-May-05 10:08:40

I think his mother is an idiot tbh. What sort of person who, when her son is trapped in a plastic case, buys a disposable camera and takes photos? ffs!

She would have been better off getting her son into better sleep habbits before he second child arives. A baby is one thing but a toddler like this can't be allowed to rule the house.

Catbert Sun 22-May-05 10:12:43

"He definately didn't get a toy"

Way to go - mom of the year! [sarcastic emoticon]

Catbert Sun 22-May-05 10:13:40

We'll be seeing her on "American House of Tiny Tearaways" no doubt!!!

ghosty Sun 22-May-05 10:14:46

Of course he is adept at climbing out of his playpen ... he is 3 years old ffs ... who puts a three year old in a playpen?

lockets Sun 22-May-05 10:33:29

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