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that's it. i give up. i cannot do this parenting malarkey anymore.

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themildmanneredjanitor Tue 14-Oct-08 13:49:23

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misdee Tue 14-Oct-08 13:50:29

i will swap for three dd's.

mehgalegs Tue 14-Oct-08 13:51:13

Pop them round here, I won't notice a couple more. as long as the fatal flaw is not whining, door slamming or a penchant for emptying large boxes of lego at every opportunity.

ilovemydog Tue 14-Oct-08 13:51:14

hmmmm - house trained?

wingandprayer Tue 14-Oct-08 13:51:54

How old? Are they house trained? Have they had all their jabs?

Joking aside you clearly having shitty day - vent....

mankyscotslass Tue 14-Oct-08 13:52:14

I'll swap your two for my littlest manky. He is a charmer. hmm grin

eandh Tue 14-Oct-08 13:53:10

I'll swap for my 2 dd's (4 and 21months) as they are currently arguing about everything and anything and boys look far easier to me!

stealthsquiggle Tue 14-Oct-08 13:54:34

Go on, TMMJ - you have to be honest about the condition of freecycle goods or you will get a bad name grin.

Will you swap for a 5yo boy whose speech function is stuck on "or what" and a 2yo girl who is similarly stuck on "don't want it"

Tillyscoutsmum Tue 14-Oct-08 13:55:12

I'll swap for 17 month old dd who has "found" the most hideous high pitched scream in the world and is taking great delight in practicing it at every opportunity

elliott Tue 14-Oct-08 13:56:47

Do they wake up very early?

themildmanneredjanitor Tue 14-Oct-08 13:57:36

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stealthsquiggle Tue 14-Oct-08 13:57:40

Tilly - DD has one of those - where do they get it from?

Niecie Tue 14-Oct-08 13:58:50

I have two of my own, thanks very much and of the same age too, iirc.

Just interested to see what sort of bids you get. I might consider it myself.grin

northernjess Tue 14-Oct-08 14:03:52

Can I swap in a 3 for 2 styleee? go on you know you want to! smile

differentWitch Tue 14-Oct-08 14:04:07

I'm ttcat the moment. Will they scare me off actually having my own?grin

themildmanneredjanitor Tue 14-Oct-08 14:06:37

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magso Tue 14-Oct-08 14:07:37

I assume they are not machine washable? ( the shoes not the dcs).

ImnotMamaGbutsheLovesMe Tue 14-Oct-08 14:08:08

How old is DS2?

What would you like us to try and help with?

Geepers Tue 14-Oct-08 14:08:09

how old is he? does he have a medical condition causing loose poo?

themildmanneredjanitor Tue 14-Oct-08 14:08:52

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Geepers Tue 14-Oct-08 14:11:23

It must be awful for the poor little chap, and awful for you too.

I don't have any helpful advice. Would a visit to the gp help?

PsychoAxeMurdererMum Tue 14-Oct-08 14:11:23

TMMJ......has he always had poo issues???

I ask as my DS2 has also always had poo issues, (altho he is far better now that he was), and for him it has been down to milk intolerances and, what we now know as, IBS.

have you seen someone about it??

oh, and much <<sympathy>> as I remember the hell and frustration that I went thro (and still do occasionally).

stealthsquiggle Tue 14-Oct-08 14:12:16

Have you been to GP? Symptoms sound very much like friend's DS (at the same age) - it turned out he was v. constipated - counter-intuitive with loose stools I know, but after a while they get 'leakage' as it were and often have accidents.

Worth a try - unless you have already been?

themildmanneredjanitor Tue 14-Oct-08 14:14:45

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PsychoAxeMurdererMum Tue 14-Oct-08 14:15:48

is it mucousy (sp?) too at times??

cos then I would say for certain it is intolerence of some kind.

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