So you've ruined your life...

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Tomous » Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:19 pm

Moggy wrote:
Jenuall wrote::lol:

Nice one, was the movie any good? I quite enjoyed watching the first Shaun the Sheep movie with my lot when it came out so it would be nice to get along to this one as well!


Yeah I thought it was great. If you like sci-fi movies then you’ll spend most of it spotting references.

I’m annoyed I paid online before we left though (£12.40!), when we got there the only staff member was selling popcorn and we walked in with nobody checking we’d paid. I could have got a freebie!



But at what cost? Think of the example you'd be setting to your son :capnscotty:

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Moggy » Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:36 pm

Tomous wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Jenuall wrote::lol:

Nice one, was the movie any good? I quite enjoyed watching the first Shaun the Sheep movie with my lot when it came out so it would be nice to get along to this one as well!


Yeah I thought it was great. If you like sci-fi movies then you’ll spend most of it spotting references.

I’m annoyed I paid online before we left though (£12.40!), when we got there the only staff member was selling popcorn and we walked in with nobody checking we’d paid. I could have got a freebie!



But at what cost? Think of the example you'd be setting to your son :capnscotty:


A good one? They have to learn how to cheat and steal at some point.

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Rax » Tue Oct 29, 2019 9:41 am

Weve been taking Zelda to see movies in the cinema since she was about 18 months, we go pretty regularly and I have to say theres rarely an issue. She did get cranky right at the end of Incredibles 2 and she plain hated Duck Duck Goose but that was shite anyway so cant blame her for that. Saw Addams Family at the weekend and she seemed disinterested but liked the music over the credits and said she loved it and is now trying to click her fingers so she must have gotten somehting out of it.

The little man might be a different proposition, she was always calm and easy going but hes a terror who wants to be moving and doing something all the time, getting him to sit though a movie in the cinema might be a huge task altogether if he keeps that up.

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Finiarél » Tue Dec 10, 2019 11:57 pm

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17 months old. Christ, where has my baby gone.

Please tell me some of you had trouble with the baby sleeping... She is the lightest sleeper and so needy at night.

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Moggy » Wed Dec 11, 2019 8:16 am

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17 months old. Christ, where has my baby gone.

Please tell me some of you had trouble with the baby sleeping... She is the lightest sleeper and so needy at night.


Aww! :wub:

Our trouble is getting him to sleep, he just will not go to sleep until midnight or later. Then he won’t wake up until 9 or 10 in the morning. That’s fine on weekends but a pain in the arse on worknights and when we have to get him up for nursery.

I can’t complain too much though, once asleep he normally stays asleep.

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Moggy » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:50 am

I was bad dad yesterday. I took my son to my grandmother’s house and he was happily watching cartoons on her iPad. My brother and nephew (4 years old) showed up and there was a little stand off as my son refused to hand over the iPad when my nephew wanted it. We cooled things down by telling my nephew we would be going soon and he could have it as soon as we left.

My son then got up and wandered out of the room. Thinking he had gone off to find some toys, I handed the iPad over to my nephew. If he isn’t watching it, then it is only fair!

My son then came back into the room with two bottled drinks. Seeing my nephew with the iPad, he threw the drinks down and ran off crying. Luckily the drinks were unopened!

I went after him and asked what was wrong. In between the tears and sobs, I realised he had left the room to get a drink for himself and one for my nephew. He was doing something really nice! And stupid old dad then went and betrayed him.

I felt terrible. :lol:

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Jenuall » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:56 am

And he never trusted his father again from that day on. ;)

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by Moggy » Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:29 am

Jenu-All I Want For Christmas wrote:And he never trusted his father again from that day on. ;)


To be fair that is a good lesson to learn. :lol:

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PostRe: So you've ruined your life...
by jawa4 » Tue Jan 28, 2020 2:35 pm

I'm gonna be an uncle again... hoorah!

It's a lovely feeling albeit - and I really want to choose my words carefully here - a challenging one, too, as we also know that the lad is gonna have Down Syndrome. Obviously we're all thrilled and excited but there is also a degree of uncertainty as we don't know what impacts the wee guy will have to work with. We won't gain an understanding of this until he arrives and starts to develop.

We will all love him to bits but, yeah, I'm hoping that any potential challenges are not too impactful and can be overcome.


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