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    your not fit to own a dog you [at][at][at][at] so fuck off.
    I do own a dog and I'd never ever turn him out. What reeks is that you have made the case how well off you are, new car, nice pad and all that. Now your wife has to work and your unborn child will be disadvantaged for life missing the ties that bond to her/his mom cause you drink too much, spend too much, are not capable of earning a better wage. The word for that is n*gger.

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    ^ Harsh and unfair I think.
    Life has it's practicalities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    I do own a dog and I'd never ever turn him out. What reeks is that you have made the case how well off you are, new car, nice pad and all that. Now your wife has to work and your unborn child will be disadvantaged for life missing the ties that bond to her/his mom cause you drink too much, spend too much, are not capable of earning a better wage. The word for that is n*gger.
    No shit. Take your feud from ajarn.com and go right back to it. Your tough guy act is getting very very boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    I do own a dog and I'd never ever turn him out. What reeks is that you have made the case how well off you are, new car, nice pad and all that. Now your wife has to work and your unborn child will be disadvantaged for life missing the ties that bond to her/his mom cause you drink too much, spend too much, are not capable of earning a better wage. The word for that is n*gger.
    No shit. Take your feud from ajarn.com and go right back to it. Your tough guy act is getting very very boring.
    Are you a mod now? If I bore you ignore me, unless you're a mod .. you sure sound like a mod.

    How about you. Did you put your children in a kennel at age 6 months while bragging how well off you are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Malcom
    and cannot fathom how people give up their babies after a tiny maternity leave.
    it's not giving them up, it's finding someone to help out looking after them a few hours a day. if plan A fails then we will need a nanny or nursery. life, innit.

    plus i think the sooner she has social interaction with her peers the better.
    When you see the pure and utter fear on their face, and not a 'I'm a spoiled baby who wants all the attention and everything my own way' kind of fear, but the 'Holly shit my mother has been dragged off and is never, ever, ever coming back to me' fear you'll probably think different.

    I had the same plans, put them in to a nursery at around 6m so they get used to being away from mum, get used to other babies etc. Start 'em young.

    I've since learned to go relatively natural. If babies were naturally ready to be away from mum at 6m they'd be walking and talking by then.

    Giving them a very safe, secure and loving first two years is more important than getting them used to peers by being locked in a room with 10 other babies and 2 Isahn/Lao child carers being paid 10k a month.

    Ours now at under a year has been eating freshly grated and cooked carrots, broccoli, and bloody salmon (great for DHA etc) twice a day for a while now and compared to the other babies we see/bump into she's a female Albert Einstein compared to them. Give her the first two years with her mum and everything she needs, there'll always be another job for the wife after (if she's good at it. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    What reeks is that you have made the case how well off you are, new car, nice pad and all that.
    by having a house and a car (an 'effin Nissan March!) i'm bragging that I am well off???

    any idea how we could afford that supercar and the mansion? by working you 'tard.

    If you had bothered to read the thread you would see that this was a backup plan if my wife does not start her new position as soon as planned. but you really have no advice to offer or any interest in the thread at all other than to flame me 'cos I called you a [at][at][at][at] on another forum.


    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    cause you drink too much
    you have sex with goats. male goats. fat male goats. very young male goats. see? just 'cos i wrote that does it make it true?



    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    The word for that is n*gger.
    write it like a badass but too afraid to spell it?
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    When you see the pure and utter fear on their face, and not a 'I'm a spoiled baby who wants all the attention and everything my own way' kind of fear, but the 'Holly shit my mother has been dragged off and is never, ever, ever coming back to me' fear you'll probably think different.
    Love it! My favourite piece by Piaget .. an object's physical constancy, the first stage of maturity. That's why we as parents leave the bedroom door open at bedtime, a light in a hallway, some sign we haven't been beamed up by aliens.

    I couldn't get enough of my kids at 6 months. That's when they need you the most and, for me, when I needed them the most. That's the start of their forming a personality. I'd rather they be more like me and mum than the [at][at][at][at] who directs the kiddie kennel. Or is that being selfish?
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    We paid a relative (wife's sister) to come and stay with us for the second one.

    My wife wasn't even working... just being lazy I guess.

    Just paid for her travel, food and a bit of money to send home.

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    It's different with a relative. You know what they're made of. A public place is different, kids with colds, the flu, crude behaviour, all there, wall to wall. The place is full of children of parents who haven't time to be parents. What could go right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel Toe
    I couldn't get enough of my kids at 6 months.
    good job. 'cos they've ditched you the last 10 years or so now haven't they. i hope you made the most of it.

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    Flaming inthe family room? C'mon fellas.

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    Bump.


    So at 1 years old my wife has been trying to balance working from home with looking after a kid. Hard and stressful for her, me and our marriage, but lucky to have neighbours willing to babysit and in-laws not too far away for the occasional day off.

    With both of us working the daughter still takes 1 day overnight trips to the in-laws during the busy times but she loves it.

    We still wanted her to meet and play with kids around her age though. Baby Gym and the like were 700bht for 45minutes which while OK for a one off is not affordable for regular use.

    ..because of our location we went with Tiny Tigers at Patana, 500bht for 2 1/2hours with a western teacher, a parent has to be there but that's not a problem. Same kind of setup at St Andrews(?) on 107 I think, Pandas over there though.

    Soft play and running around in AC, followed by a snack and a story then off into the outside Nursery area to play.

    Mostly Thai parents or nannies which is great for us as my wife doesn't feel so out of place. It's basically a pre-nursery for students wishing to enter Patana, as we won't ever be able to afford 'real school' Patana it's a bit of a shame after seeing the facilities but never mind...

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    If you decide to change, we sent our son to a military nursery,it was very good and had a English teacher there to.

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    Maybe I missed it up the thread somewhere, but why don't you hire a nanny to babysit rather than needing the neighbours to do it? Having said the a baby gym once or twice a week is great for structured activities and socialization.

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    bump again.

    at 16 months she attends a nursery once a week. One of these KiDO: Play And Learn Co., Ltd.. 3 kids to every adult max. She's only been twice so far but seems to enjoy once she's over the fact we're leaving her

    They have an app so I can watch her as well so it's not great for my productivity but does give us a bit of peace of mind.

    After spending the majority of my school hols with her I think it's probably been harder for me than her

    About 800bht a day which is pretty good I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    but why don't you hire a nanny to babysit rather than needing the neighbours to do it?
    the neighbour wants to play with her. not worth hiring a babysitter for an hour.



    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Having said the a baby gym once or twice a week is great for structured activities and socialization
    She goes to a school playgroup twice a week during term time too.

    She's remarkably social considering her parents aren't...

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    ^ glad everything is settling down for you. fuck what the others said previously.

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    Glad to hear everything is going well, Poo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrylad66
    fuck what the others said previously.
    some people just don't like meh, can't imagine why

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