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The pickle my DS has just got himself into!

(25 Posts)
Flossam Tue 24-May-05 09:16:58

A bit blurred as taken before I had to twist those chubby legs out bless him. He didn't enjoy that poor thing!

Nemo1977 Tue 24-May-05 09:18:10

cant see

Titania Tue 24-May-05 09:22:45


Flossam Tue 24-May-05 09:24:12

OH, and he was fast asleep. Untill cruel mummy came along and struggled to get him out again!

macwoozy Tue 24-May-05 09:25:41

Distel Tue 24-May-05 09:42:10

DS used to do this all the time and wake himself up because he couldn't turn over. Health visitor told us to tuck cardboard down the side of the cot.

Carla Tue 24-May-05 09:44:21

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Hausfrau Tue 24-May-05 10:15:11

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Toothache Tue 24-May-05 10:29:28


Dd does this too, it's a shame and all that..... but still bloody funny.

moondog Tue 24-May-05 10:36:49

Oh that's sweet! I'm not the only one performing minor orthopaedic surgey on a regular occasion then!

lockets Tue 24-May-05 10:37:44

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Gwenick Tue 24-May-05 10:38:25

oh that's so sweet.

I really must get digital camera - there's so many 'kodak' moments I'd love to share

suzywong Tue 24-May-05 10:38:34

SNORT!@ that picture!

gingernut Tue 24-May-05 15:04:32

LOL! Yes, mine does it too! It's usually just arms though as we use grobags.

Gobbledigook Tue 24-May-05 15:05:49

PMSL!! Mine do that too!

SleepyJess Tue 24-May-05 15:06:21

Aw bless, he looks so chunky and squeezable! I miss having a baby in a cot! EEEEK! *Runs far , far away from dangerous thread.. especially dangerous as DH has had a vasectomy!!*

Thomcat Tue 24-May-05 15:07:55


NomDePlume Tue 24-May-05 15:08:22

My DD used to do this all the time !

Thomcat Tue 24-May-05 15:08:32

PS i found Lottie asleep curled round her wardrobe when I went to check on her last night!

Merlot Tue 24-May-05 15:09:22

Aw bless!

Flossam Tue 24-May-05 17:52:34

Gingernut, we use a sleep bag too at night, just not for nap times! I wasn't sure if he would sleep or not this am, he was a bit whingey so I put him down. Whined for a little bit longer then silence. Checked on him and found him like this. Wonder if not being able to move anywhere led to him getting bored and dropping off? Poor lad, with a mother like me eh?

starlover Tue 24-May-05 17:53:03

ahhh, so that's how you get them to go to sleep during the day!

Flossam Tue 24-May-05 18:07:56

damn you saw right through me!

Gwenick Tue 24-May-05 20:24:32

"It's usually just arms though as we use grobags."

So do we - but DS2 (18 months) can escape from them LOL

gingernut Wed 25-May-05 15:41:20

oh yes - well our ds1 is 3.5 so we've had all that escaping from grobag/climbing out of cot stuff . We are now on to things like setting off our burglar alarm in the morning, by creeping downstairs while we were still asleep. he likes to keep us on our toes.

but with ds2 (nearly 6 months) it's just arms.

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