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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:00 am

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I believe that is what's in store for me, Vrals.
Just wait until she starts dating.
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*crokes*
You guys will have to come visited me on the E block.
Just bring a file with you.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:42 am

as long as she doesn't date people like me I think you'll be ok, pretty much EVERYBODY who I meet instantly assumes I do drugs since I have long hair
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:44 pm

Vrals597 wrote:
as long as she doesn't date people like me I think you'll be ok, pretty much EVERYBODY who I meet instantly assumes I do drugs since I have long hair
Well those people are assholes. That's the type of people I want my daughter to stay away from.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:00 pm

To be honest I don't mind it, my hair is about to my shoulders and many people who do drugs also have hair that length. Funny thing is, many people who I see doing drugs will go up to people who I'm talking to and go "this kid has to do mad drugs" and I just "actually, I don't" and then we all laugh about it. However, one guy came up to me as I was walking down the street and asked me for a cigarette, now THAT was a little offputting.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:13 am

I know I bitched about my parents sheltering me the last time I posted on here... but I'm so incredibly thankful that they do now Embarassed

YES, I JUST SAID THAT! Razz

Recently with everything that's been happening, my psychological condition has worsened... I'm constantly shaking and I don't sleep or eat, almost always crying and just... I'm a mess.
My parents, sister included, actually came up to me in tears, apologized for me having to go through this situation, told me I will never have to face it alone, and then asked me not to hurt myself... and just, oh my god, i feel so loved and protected I love you
My sister in tears as she held me and stroked my hair, and then made me promise her that I wouldn't hurt myself again was like one of those rare moments... me and her have never ever sat down and talked about the sort of things that me and her did, and to see that she actually cares and isn't just the bitchy sister who steals my clothes and makeup and teases me, is just.. wow.. I'm so thankful. Kiss

My dad took some time off work to drive me to uni with mum next week. They're both coming in with me to talk to the student advisor and whatnot.. and mum and dad agreed to basically escort me around the uni to keep me safe, because my dad saw what I was like on orientation day and that was only 3 hours.. pale

My mum held me tight and said that if I don't feel comfortable to not force myself to stay at uni, that its okay to not be okay and to admit you don't feel safe and don't want to go.
She said I can drop out whenever, take up an online course, or even just stay home and get a part time job for a year or two until I'm stable and safe.
She really really doesn't want me to go to uni altogether because of how traumatised I am, but I told her i would feel like I screwed up another part of my life if I drop out Crying or Very sad
She just reassured me that no matter what, as long as I'm happy and safe, then no matter my choice I could never be a screw up in her eyes.

I am so incredibly thankful that my parents do care, and are overprotective of me, especially now.. even though they aren't the easiest to get along with, their love and care really shines through when i'm in a state like this.

Also, I want to thank my family on here, you guys, thankyou for protecting and loving and caring about me, I appreciate it more than I can express.

Kiss

I know that I can get through this with the help of my families.. I love you all so much for being here and watching me grow and giving advice as I "level up" Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Feb 25, 2013 8:23 pm

Well, a few days after I posted, Grace had the biggest poop of her life (Side note: for those of you who are not parents yet, once you have kids, you talk about poo... A LOT!). It was big for a small adult!

She's been eating pretty well since, but still pickier then she used to be, but that's just her age.

My girls turned 2 on the 19th, and we had a party for them on the 23rd, 9 kids running around, a 75lbs chocolate lab, and 14 adults all crammed in around my dinning table in a 550 square foot area... it was a lot of fun, but so warm and loud lol.

I will be posting a picture or 2 in the faces and families thread in a couple... well, as soon as I remember.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:59 am

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Yes. You are correct. Never before in my life have I talked about "crap" as much as I do now.

I told your babies "Happy Birthday" on your Facebook page. Hope that they got the message. Wink
February 19 is a special day for me as well.



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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:09 am

I said that to someone, "Never in my life have I talked so much about crap and I talk a load of shite." I need flash cards with answers cause I'm gonna crack answering the same questions over and over again.

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:19 am

Cel wrote:
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Yes. You are correct. Never before in my life have I talked about "crap" as much as I do now.

I told your babies "Happy Birthday" on your Facebook page. Hope that they got the message. Wink
February 19 is a special day for me as well.
They did, thank you. I'm bad replying/liking comments to my posts on Facebook :S
Why is the 19th special for you?


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I said that to someone, "Never in my life have I talked so much about crap and I talk a load of shite." I need flash cards with answers cause I'm gonna crack answering the same questions over and over again.
Haha, that's hillarious!
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:49 pm

Well, I fear I am creating girls that will be way too irresistible to the oppsosite sex.

There are times when the want to watch Mickey Mouse Club House, but a lot of the time they ask for hockey or baseball (my wife and I are both fans of these), if not those they say Space - Space is the Canadian version of the SyFy Netowrk (they are "partnered" and show a lot of the same shows), and like things like Star Trek (all iterations) and Star Gate (all iterations). Next comes tech gadgets like my iPhone, iPad, computer, PS3 - Gaming! My wife and I are both beer and rye (whiskey) drinkers (when we drink), meaning my girls will probably drink these when they are of age (NOT BEFORE - who am I kdding, sigh).

On top of it all, they are incredibly fun, and beautiful! Smile

My big saving grace is that they love "lipstick" aka chap stick, and dressing up as princesses, hopefully the princess thing (high maintenance) sticks and helps to keep the boys at a bay a bit.

What is a dad to do!?!?

(PS - Cel, I still don't know why Feb 19 is special for you - see post above)
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Sun Mar 10, 2013 1:02 am

There are so many things I can relate to in that post RHYNO.. So many.
My little one LOVES the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse... Don't get me doing a jig to the Hotdog song. .. Cause I will. Very Happy= :D
Xy loves to "dance dance". Shocked Break out The Fresh Beat Band and there she goes.
"Lips stick" is a favorite of hers and I'm just like you.. Chap Stick only but she thinks it's make up so it's all good. No red lipstick.. Like ever.

I don't want to start thinking about her dating. pale
No! No
But when the time comes... If I permit it, that is.. Cool
She is goingt to be old enough to understand sex. I'm thinking 80 years is reasonable. Very Happy= :D

And I'll PM my special date-- Don't want to taint the cuteness that is this thread. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Sun Mar 10, 2013 3:30 am

Hot Dog Hot Dog Hot Diggity-Dog... I do the Goofy dance to it for my girls. If you have an iPad there is a great free MM Club House app called road rally. It uses touch, voice controls - "Oh TOOTLES!", is quite educational, etc., and it's about as long to "play" as an episode.

The funny thing about the chap stick/lipstick thing is that my wife doesn't wear a lot of make-up, and/or doesn't use bright vibrant colours (yes, with a u, I'm Canadian Razz ). We have never played pretend with them about it, but the know about it... so weird, and interesting at the same, how they pick up on things.

As for the dating thing: They will be old enough to understand consequences, they will be open and honest, I will try my hardest to be understanding, and I WILL meet the boy. I figure that polishing my knife collection will a nice thing to do as he arrives... knives are way more intimidating then guns, they are up close and personal.

Yes, 80 years sounds great, or marriage. I figure if they are married they can probably touch each other.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:32 am

RHYNOX!!!
Let me tell you what my Buggy put me through yesterday.. Sad

So.. Six's brother lives 3 doors down from us. He comes by at least once a day. My daughter loves him..to death. Buggy and Six's kids all call him Apple Jay. Very Happy= :D
He has a certain knock that all of us know that it is him at the door... My daughter knows this knock as well.
So Apple Jay knocks and all the kids come running towards the door.. He opens the door, backed with the force of Buggy running and he little head met the edge of the door. Sad

POW!!! And she went down.. I quickly pick her to comfort my baby in what I thought was just an ordinary bonk.. No
This bonk was huge and it had a small cut in it.
Not going to lie.. It scared me to death.
As I held her and hugged her, Six cleaned and covered her boo-boo. I almost cried.
Minutes later she was back to normal but I felt a little heart attack all while this was going on.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:37 am

Friend of mine told me that a few bumps on the head is good for a child. This is the parent of a child who when he doesn't get his way he beats his head off something until he gets what he wants.

However a few bumps and bruises are to be expected so the kids will learn to be a bit more careful. Unless they are like the other friends kid that jumped off the couch head first to cut his head off something then after a hospital visit decides to do it all again...

...I know some people with messed up kids...

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:16 am

Yeah.. Sad
I mean.. I know bonks are going to happen. She's had more than a few for sure but this one was bad.
There were a few minutes there where me and Six was considering taking her to the ER.
I felt this sense of panic come over me but held it together for her and Six was a freaking hero. Very Happy= :D
Every time I woke up last night I would check on her..
But yeah.. Scary stuff.
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:20 am

Understandable. Lisa gets the same whenever Conor does something.

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:55 am

Wait till your kids do crazy shit like I used to Razz

I was pretty young, I think 5 or 6 and dad was inside washing up and I was on the trampoline with my brother, we were just sitting there playing, dad took his eyes off me for one second, and I decide "I bet I can fly....." I jump really high... Right off the damn trampoline, and land chest/face first on the concrete.
I come to a few minutes later, screaming and asking what happened and dad looked so pale, ohmygod, it's hilarious now that I think about it. I was okay, just a bit bruised and sore... I was a goddamn genius obviously as a child Rolling Eyes Laughing
I still don't think my mum knows about that incident to this day Razz

Mum always tells the story of how when I was a baby, she put me down next to my dad who was downstairs with my uncles one Christmas at my grandmas house, and downstairs was the garage, and they had the garage door open juuuust a little. Dad took his eyes off me for a second.. I crawled out under the garage door, onto the road, right over to the neighbours. The neighbour saw me, she freaked out and brought me back to mum, who then proceeded to yell at dad and then refused to let him hold me for the rest of the day.
Everyone of my uncles and aunties remember this and I'm like... Well.. Sounds like something I'd do Razz considering growing up I've done stupid shit,


Another trampoline related incident.. (Oh I'm famous for these Laughing)
Dad was working on the car, mum hanging the clothes up. I was after school and I was jumping on the trampoline. I was doing my usual weird jump/clap/land cross legged/ stand back up routine. And just before I landed cross legged I decided last second to just stand straight... I landed awkwardly, jarred my back, I remember screaming high pitched and being in immense pain.nnext thing I know I come to a while later, dad freaking it and asking what's wrong while I'm sobbing about how I've hurt my back.
I remember staying home from school for a week and laying in my parents bed which was in the lounge room cuz they were painting their room, and I got to play PS2 everyday for hours Razz

Next incident was 2006, playing handball, I tripped and landed awkwardly, my tailbone hitting the very edge of the concrete. I let out my famous high pitched loud scream... Passed out for a bit, woke up face down and paralysed for about 40 minutes, ambulance people surrounding me and I was shaking from the amount if pain I was in.
Mum and dad were there but I couldn't move my head to see where they were, I could just hear their voices.
Eventually the pain became somewhat tolerable and I tried moving, it hurt like a f**** b!t_h but I somehow dragged my ass up and walked out of the school... Mind you I was walking incredibly slow and stiff, sobbing hysterically from the pain, I just went home and showered and then lay in bed for a week because I was terrified of hospitals and shrugged it off, lying abo how I was feeling to the paramedics so they wouldn't take me there facepalm2

2009/2010 I think I injured my neck and then had blinding headaches and that was from another stupid accident of mine, Rolling Eyes

That was also the year I fell over in Soccer and tore my ligaments in my ankle and was home from school for 8 weeks in a half leg cast because I refused to not walk on it, so that was their last resort to get me to not move Razz

Oh and a couple weeks ago I fell down some stairs and screwed my ankle which is still sore.

So yes, even as an 18 year old, within 6 months of being born... I became the most accident prone idiot to have ever lived and still am.

Surprisingly I haven't broken or fractured any bones, my back is fine, my ligament healed, my ankle is a little sore stiff, no more headaches unless I stay awake for too damn long, and I'm in relatively decent health Razz


My point to all this: I hope your children are never as accident prone as I am Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:12 am

Duct tape and bubble wrap.

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:18 am

I think I would have took the trampoline away for a while. Laughing
Glad you are okay but I must admit.. I laughed at some of your stories, Sayber.. I think it was because of how you told it.

I believe Buggy is already accident prone. Sad
Last night me and Six told Buggy "Hey it's time for night night"..
She then said "Okay come on" and ran blindly to the little end table and it threw her back a few feet. Shocked
Duct tape and bubble wrap please!! facepalm2


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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:20 am

...Kidding me you need to live in a bouncy castle and put the girl in a straight jacket first.

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:26 am

Laughing
Six told her the day of the bonk, "Do we need to have a E.M.T. live with us?" Laughing
I'm telling you, I don't know if it's because of her age or the fact she has a big head that causes the unbalance or what? Shrug This girl scares me. The one thing I can say is she is tough. She may hurt herself a billion times in a week but she recovers quickly and doesn't cry too long.
She will be the death of me. No
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:54 am

There was also one time I kissed the neighbours dog and it bit me in the face Thinking
Pretty sure animals hated me as much as the trampoline or stairs did Razz

Then the time I thought I was going to miss out on a ride at the spring fair, I tripped over, jarred my arm, mum thought I broke it, she liked me to the ambulance station and then I demanded to go back to the fair and go on the rides regardless of me being on oainkillers and having my arm in a sling...
My god, I was such an idiot as a child... "Oh what's that? I nearly snapped my arm? I don't care, gimme some cotton candy and lemme go on that dangerous ride that would definitely break my arm if it isn't already" facepalm2

I also broke my brothers arm... By hitting him with a pillow.... on two separate occasions Laughing

So yes, I was both accident prone and the cause of accidents Razz


Believe me, dont let your little girl have a pillow fight, she can break someone's arm... Or even her own Shocked
IT'S COMPLETELY POSSIBLE, despite how crazy it sounds Cool

You're gonna need to have a permanent bubble shield around her, duct tape and bubble wrap can also turn into an accident... Don't ever let her duct tape her own mouth and then cry when she nearly rips her lips off... Or think she can run into sharp objects like table corners just because she has a single layer of bubble wrap on her... pale
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:05 am

Cel wrote:
This girl scares me. The one thing I can say is she is tough. She may hurt herself a billion times in a week but she recovers quickly and doesn't cry too long.
She will be the death of me. No

She's a toddler, right? scratch I thought this is what toddlers do.

I only finished growing about four years ago, and up until then I'd whack, bump, smack, run-into and stub pretty much anything and everything until I re-learned where everything was, at least until I stopped growing.

Shrug If none of the injuries are serious, then I don't think I'd worry about it yet. She's probably still learning about the world around her and what she can do (or can't do).

In swimming classes when a kid comes sputtering up because they had some water go in them we just ask if they're okay, smile, and then just continue on if they're all right. Try not to make a big deal out of it if it's not serious.

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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:40 am

Stella- Yep. That's very true. On the flip side, I believe some kids are worse than others.
I helped raise my two nieces. Both went through that unsteady period where just walking would cause some accidents.. But nothing what Xy goes through. It's getting to be more and more frequent.
After Buggy fell asleep last night, me and Six was talking. He told me his daughter was big on boo boos hence her nick name " Boo Bear ".. He said he thought she was bad until he met Xylie. Crying or Very sad
And anytime there is a fall or a bonk or any kind of accident, I play cool.. As much as possible. I ask her if she's okay and kiss it then tell her she's just fine and she's tough and to throw away her tears because she doesn't need them.
But the other night when I seen how big that bump was, though I was calm on the outside, I wanted to cry on the inside. I mean... MY BABY!! Crying or Very sad



Sayber- I don't think theres enough bubble wrap and duct tape in the world for my liitle one..
And now pillows aren't safe? Damn.. Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: Parenting 101 - ( Leveling up our future Nationites )    Wed Mar 13, 2013 12:44 am

Pillows... curtains... just.. anything that isn't bolted down to the floor was a hazard when I was a kiddo. Laughing

Oh also, if you got one of them cool sliding doors on your wardrobe, never let your girl hide in there... I did once, the door got stuck and I was stuck in there for a few hours Embarassed

I will admit my stupidity as a child cannot be outmatched by anyone Razz

My brother was pretty bad too, he climbed in the car, released the parking break and it rolled down our driveway and crashed into the neighbours house Shocked

SO YEAH, we're special children here Laughing

I'm sure if you just put her in one of these things she'll be just fine Wink
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