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How does drinking wine support a child's development?

(12 Posts)
RaRaTheNoisyLion Mon 17-Mar-14 22:27:45

Do you think drinking wine before you start the bedtime routine helps a child's learning and development? And if so in what way?
Thank you

zzzzz Mon 17-Mar-14 22:45:43

Have you put a lot of children to bed tonight rara?

ouryve Mon 17-Mar-14 22:52:27

I prefer to wait until they're in bed, then I don't have to share it with them.

RaRaTheNoisyLion Mon 17-Mar-14 22:52:35

It's a business idea!

NotAnotherPackedLunchBox Mon 17-Mar-14 22:55:05

It's a brilliant idea.
Do you deliver? grin

annabelcaramel Mon 17-Mar-14 22:55:46

Do you need marketing slogans? 'The red for bed' maybe? Or
'Goodnight white '.
Am struggling with rose.

NotAnotherPackedLunchBox Mon 17-Mar-14 22:56:48

Nice and cosy with the Rose?

RaRaTheNoisyLion Mon 17-Mar-14 22:59:58

Yep. No doubt at all that parents will report improvement in their child's behaviour at the very least!

annabelcaramel Mon 17-Mar-14 23:02:41

Brilliant idea. And for those slightly more trying days, how about
'Tucked in with gin'.
I'm in. [dragonsdenemoticon]

OneInEight Tue 18-Mar-14 06:45:08

I think it is essential that you carry out a large-scale, controlled study with free wine to willing participants Perhaps approach your local off licence for sponsorship.

Oblomov Wed 19-Mar-14 22:23:06

I thought it was an essential. Like breathing. Like oxygen.
Met up with my Early Bird Aspergers group last week.
All 6 of us drink a lot of wine.
Verging on being a problem.
Assumed most ASD parents were the same.

ouryve Wed 19-Mar-14 22:26:03

Haven't touched any wine since Saturday, Oblomov. Had slightly too much rum and coke, last night, mind.

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