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Post by Tina Head Lady on Fri Jul 18, 2008 12:17 pm

me insane, he just in such a clingy stage at the moment, he's bawling at the drop of hat, I walk away to fast or something and its the end of the world and stuck there consoling him for the next 10 minutes, I think it's one of those weeks...lol...I know he is only 18 months old, but geez....it's getting frustrating Shocked ...lol.
Sorry just venting and what a better place than here...lol. With a bunch of woman who have either been their or who are going through similar...
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Post by CreativeMe68 on Fri Jul 18, 2008 1:10 pm

Oh Tina this is not a good sign....hate to tell you this but this age is when my son started to drive me nuts with all of his whining and chucking tanties! He had lots of operations and medical dramas when he was small though so this may of not helped.
I am telling you that even now that he is almost 19 he is still causing me grief! Love him to death but ohhhh sometimes he does my head in. Sorry for giving you this bad news. But on a more positive note my 17 yr old daughter has been a blessing and a delight since the day she was born.

This afternoon he went to the Dr's because he has had a cough for about a month now (I have been nagging him to go to the DR's, because he has his major jaw surgery in a month from tomorrow and I want him better!) finally he went and the Dr put him on 2 courses of antibiotics. But because he wants to go out and get drunk tonight he won't start them until tomorrow. Bloody kids ARRGGGHHHHH Sorry for venting too!
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Fri Jul 18, 2008 1:19 pm

lol well it seems you have more on your plate than I do....Kids are all a blessing in disguise, but then they are all also hiding there horns....lol
No my saying goes and this helps me get through those really tough weeks and nights it can't last for ever ...hopefully
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Post by CreativeMe68 on Fri Jul 18, 2008 1:22 pm

We are truly blessed to be able to be parents...I am so thankful every day! That is a good motto to live by.....will keep that one in the memory bank!
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:56 pm

Yes we are blessed and lucky to be able to be parents, I know a few people who have had trouble falling pregnant and I know that I would hate to be in that situation. I sympathise though because it took me a while to fall pregnant with Cody, but it is small time compared to some people who try for years... Sad
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Wed Jul 23, 2008 3:30 pm

Finally Anthony is asleep...woohoo kid free my mum takes Cody to sllep at her house on Wensday's loving it...lol
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Post by kirsten on Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:17 pm

My 2 year old, locked us all out of the house yesterday (in the cold) for about 30 minutes. She was so tired and cranky and couldnt un lock the door. Then she is screaming at me saying " I dont want to talk to you mum". And would go and sit under the table. very frustrating. went over the road to call the real estate for the spare keys, and DH walked over with her in his arms. She unlocked the door and was screaming cause she was scared (oh and tired). gotta love it
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:29 pm

oh that would of been a great time...cough cough...I don't know wether I would of wanted to yell or cuddle her if it was Cody...lol. She has locked me out once but luckily I was able to mange to talk her back into unlocking the door....arrgg
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:40 pm

Well anthony is still awake and it looks like I won't be getting to sleep anytime soon...lol..So who's up for a midnight coffee...lol
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Post by scrappin4joy on Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:52 pm

I'm up for a cuppa....ahhh the joys of kids....although I'll be hunting for teenage tips after what I've read...LOL....my 15 yr old (soon to be 16) is having boy troubles...she's been seeing the same guy for 15 months now.....but I'm not liking the path things seem to be heading.....he's now left school (apprenticeship) and she is still there...but she's starting to dress a little too revealing for me....she recently thought it funny to get a sprayed on 'tattoo' across her lower back...and this weekend she bought the pretend 'stretcher' type of earrings.....she's just starting to look trashy...and it really isn't her....sorry....I should vent in a different thread...catch you over in Natters...
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Post by CreativeMe68 on Thu Jul 24, 2008 2:57 am

Heather sounds like you need more than cuppa to cope with this, you need a friend to talk to and I am always here to listen and when I get to Bris we could have that cuppa. Hopefully she will find a new path now that the BF has an apprenticeship and is not at school anymore. Is he the same age?
I sometimes think my 19 yr old son does things just to get a reaction out of me so now i have tried to not react. He hangs around with the wrong types of people and starts acting the way they act. Is there any chance you could have a serious talk to her and tell her how you are feeling and maybe tell her she doesn't have to change herself to fit in to where her BF is. I am sure you have guided her but it is up to her to find herself again instead of following the pack. Hope this helps. email me at dalton.s.b@bigpond.com if you want to talk more. Hugs to you Heather xoxo Sharon
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Post by scrappinjo on Thu Jul 24, 2008 7:19 pm

yep shaz your right i've heard and seen it they do venture else where when the partner leaves school and the other is left behind........but then some stick together............but my kid's aren't teens yet but let's just hope it is one of those stages if they still have them at that age.... alien
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:22 am

yeah I am so dreading the teen age years....lol. Judging by Cody's personality she is going to be just as crazy and willful as me...lol. Anthony will be the stubborn one just like his dad....lol
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Post by scrappinjo on Thu Aug 07, 2008 6:34 pm

well my dear son is driving me crazy with this new attitude! i don't need to be told what to do or you can't make me , no don't want to i just want to be naughty, not listening to anything i say or do as he is told tantrum over everything aahh! well today new approach finally got a break threw not so bad after all ...yyyyeeeaaahhh! pre-school does some amazing changes to one child they learn so much goood and bad , ha! but i'm sure most of you know that by now!......LOL!
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Post by *Anthea* on Fri Aug 08, 2008 4:53 am

well I spose life is never boring with kids is it? LOL


all my 3 are either doing it or have done it, even baby is joining in on it, gave his dad curry last night when I was at TAFE! LOL well bout time he coped a bit hey!! LOL
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Post by Lali on Fri Aug 08, 2008 5:42 am

Oh yes gotta love kids and more so when they are all fast asleep, Stella is 9 going on 16 I swear she has an answer for everything and the attitude, little miss casey tries my patients to no end she torments Anabel every minute of the day and Anabel has learnt that if she screams she gets every ones attention.

And teenage years I am so not looking forward to that, think I move out of home especially when it is that time of the month AAARRRGGGHHH
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Fri Aug 08, 2008 12:47 pm

lol...lol...lol. Yes Cody and Anthony have a bit of that going on at the moment....Cody is always bothering Anthony and he knows that when he whinnes or screams stuff happens....lol
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Post by scrappy_suse on Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:28 am

Hmmm, all these things to look forward too once we have no. 2...sounds like fun LOL
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:42 pm

yeah in some ways it's good to have them close, like they learn to share from an early age, they go through stages together (so you can get it all over and done with at once).....on the the hand having them spaced out allows for the first to be a bit more mature around the second, for example tryimng to explain to Cody that she couldn't stick things in Anthony's mouth was like trying to explain to a two year old how the world orbits the sun....no clue she was to young ....but a 3/4 year old understands that the baby would choke.....so yeah...totally lost track of what I was writing....lol...the kids are having one of those days......
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Post by scrappy_suse on Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:48 pm

Natti has been whinging non-stop all day long today...she is driving me batty!!! Her new thing is telling me no in a loud voice. I had enough of this today and sent her to her room...it seemed to curb it for a bit until she forgot the consequences LOL.
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Post by scrappy_suse on Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:49 pm

Actually, I have just realised she is actually asleep on the couch. I was wondering why the whinging had stopped.
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:54 pm

lol did she have a rough night ...maybe she was tired ....i know that when Cody or Anthony are even the tinniest bit tired or uncomfortable they are able to drive me insane by 10 in the morning.....and not the usual time of 5/6 at night....lol
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Post by scrappy_suse on Fri Aug 22, 2008 2:37 am

No she slept fine...she was just out of sorts I think...but she really was driving me insane LOL...hoping for a better day today...not likely!
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Post by Tina Head Lady on Fri Aug 22, 2008 5:20 pm

yep it usually takes about a week to get over the post sickness behaviour....lol....
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Post by scrappy_suse on Sat Aug 23, 2008 2:26 am

I think the fact that she has not really seen her daddy for 2 days straight doesn't help. He has been working on a huge project at work and it requires him to stay at work til late in meetings...doesn't help that today he is going to the drag races all day, so there is another day away from Natti.
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