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FREE to good home (or bad whatever) a pair of complete monsters!!!

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
2 Boys Age 6 & 3
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Their bad behaviour knows no bounds
They insist they will only east crisps, chocolate, ice-cream or biscuits.
Will trash your house randomly at least 10 times a day (although they have surpassed this already today and its only 3pm!
Disaster follows wherever they may go!
Probably might be able to talk some sence to the 3yr old but with the 6 yr old there's not a lot of hope!

So any offers or tell me what I can give you to take them off my hands just let me know!!

They are doing my head in already and its only the 2nd day of the holidays!!!!
#2
Swap ya 5 boys aged 12, 8, 6, 5, 3? 12yr old has ADHD and the 6yr Autistic lol
#3
amcol
Swap ya 5 boys aged 12, 8, 6, 5, 3? 12yr old has ADHD and the 6yr Autistic lol


Wow! I was going to offer my 2 up but you definitely have your hands full!
As least you never get a chance to be lonely :giggle:


6 year old girl (going on 15) and 4 year old monster boy, provide hours of entertainment with their boxing/pushing/kicking/squabbling matches - will save you a fortune if you usually pay for pay-per-view!

EDIT: Oh my gosh! It IS only the 2nd day of the holidays :w00t:
#4
£5? lol
#5
god lisajt i sooooooo know how you feel but... would you ever be without them? i think not!! lol
#6
I'll take them! i need a little brother. If your anywhere near Durham, i'll look after them for a quid an hour.
#7
amcol
Swap ya 5 boys aged 12, 8, 6, 5, 3? 12yr old has ADHD and the 6yr Autistic lol

ADHD & autistic!! I guess you do have your hands full!
The 6yr old has special needs, he is still without complete diagnosis other than he has hypermobility and global development delay. They are looking at a sensory processing disorder at the moment.... also looking at ASD.

Mrs.Z
Wow! I was going to offer my 2 up but you definitely have your hands full!
As least you never get a chance to be lonely :giggle:

6 year old girl (going on 15) and 4 year old monster boy, provide hours of entertainment with their boxing/pushing/kicking/squabbling matches - will save you a fortune if you usually pay for pay-per-view!

EDIT: Oh my gosh! It IS only the 2nd day of the holidays :woot:

Perhaps you'd like my 2 so they can amuse your 2!!

dontdothatagain
£5? lol


Is that what you want me to pay you as it seems like a bargain 2 me!!
#8
sounds like something good to put in your enemys house at night.
#9
LisaJT;4854386
Is that what you want me to pay you as it seems like a bargain 2 me!!


Aye. Could do with little brothers :)
#10
alfie and harrys mum
god lisajt i sooooooo know how you feel but... would you ever be without them? i think not!! lol


I wouldnt mind at least for the rest of today!

borolad94
I'll take them! i need a little brother. If your anywhere near Durham, i'll look after them for a quid an hour.


Dont sound like enough danger money too me....unfortunately we r nowhere near
#11
Smeagol<3sDeagol
sounds like something good to put in your enemys house at night.


Could be a plan... praps I could hire em out!!

They're like gremlins (not cute gizmo ones though):-D
#12
FREE? nice...times are getting hard, and beef and lamb prices have gone up...lol
#13
awoodhall2003
FREE? nice...times are getting hard, and beef and lamb prices have gone up...lol


ah dude lol
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Lol I always feel like I'm the only one in this situation.

My 2 oldest who are girls are 5 and 3, they have everything you could possibly want and what are they fighting over right now?? A chair from the table and chair set they have, now there are 2 chairs, but no, they must fight over the specific 1.

I've tried sending them to the toy room, but apparently the 8ft pink trampoline plus umpteen toys we have in there isnt good enough to keep them entertained for anymore than 10 mins.

DVDs nope not having that either cos all they wanna do is bounce on my bed, even tho I have mentioned the trampoline.

I have heard crying today I dont know how many times, I'm sick to death of them telling on each other. Zoe did this, Hannah did that.

The DS's have already been put to the side today also.

The baby well he pretty much looks after himself, not long learned to walk, into everything and he's only just turned 1 on the 27th March.

Now I know what your thinking, well why not just play with them and yes I do but I also have cleaning to do, not to mention go behind them picking up whatever they leave at there *****.

I bought the 16 pack of toilet rolls in Asda yesterday, the packet is now empty and all the toilet rolls are on the trampoline.

I've tried giving them things to draw on and even tho they have the same 3 colouring books each they fight over the same 1, I wanna draw on that page, no I wanna draw on that page, well I'm drawing on this page(followed by squeals).

You would not believe how ****** off I am that its a miserable day today, planned on taking them out each day even if it was just for a walk round the block(or 5).

Also not content with all the toys/dvds/games/computers they have they would rather play with an envelope, a brown envelope that had a Jack Daniels dealer chip in it that I bought from a member on here.

And well being girls they want to put clothes on(constantly), I have alone cleaned away the clothes and folded piled them away at least 5 times this week alone.

I'd love to put locks on the doors and keep them out the rooms that I dont want them in but we have steel door frames and its not easy to drill through it(will need to get a steel bit)

So anyways thats my rant, glad I'm not the only one feeling like there head could explode in 10 seconds.

I've had a headache since 2.30 Friday afternoon.
#15
Whatever You Do Dont Put This On Ebay
#16
awoodhall2003
FREE? nice...times are getting hard, and beef and lamb prices have gone up...lol


lol ewwwy
#17
awoodhall2003
FREE? nice...times are getting hard, and beef and lamb prices have gone up...lol

Not much meat on em though!

AshleyRFC
Lol I always feel like I'm the only one in this situation.
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Thats exactly what I'm talking about!!

They usually go to a special needs play scheme during school hols but its only for 1 day this time and thats not til the end of next week!

Its no wonder their sister goes to stay with my nan most school holidays!
#18
raptorcigs
Whatever You Do Dont Put This On Ebay


pmsl !!!!!
#19
oh my i might have a rethink on the adding to our family idea and stick with just the one lol
#20
Going to my mums on Thursday for a few days so they can wreck her house instead lol.

Altho does anyone ever feel that Grannys make them worse?

I dunno about anyone elses but my Mum lets them away with murder, there behaviour always seems to get slightly worse when they're around her.

Anyone else experience this?
#21
ill swap for a 7yo girl and a 8yo boy they good helpers but they fight from the min they wake up till the min they sleep and they dont sleep for very long haha
#22
ilovepink
oh my i might have a rethink on the adding to our family idea and stick with just the one lol


Oh dont get us wrong, none of us would do without our kids, yes I might want to pull my hair out but my house would also be boring with just the 1 of them, and how could I live without my Hannah and David if I'd only had Zoe lol.

They all have there lovely little quirks that make ya so proud.

Brats?? Yes, but there my brats.:)
#23
SABJ
ill swap for a 7yo girl and a 8yo boy they good helpers but they fight from the min they wake up till the min they sleep and they dont sleep for very long haha


Hmm fighting and good helpers, I could probably live with that, mine are fighters but not very good with the helping but are generally good sleepers, down at back of 8 up at 7-8.
#24
AshleyRFC
Oh dont get us wrong, none of us would do without our kids, yes I might want to pull my hair out but my house would also be boring with just the 1 of them, and how could I live without my Hannah and David if I'd only had Zoe lol.

They all have there lovely little quirks that make ya so proud.

Brats?? Yes, but there my brats.:)


lol, i know my sister in laws both have 3 kids each so i know exactly what its like the good and the bad
#25
AshleyRFC
Hmm fighting and good helpers, I could probably live with that, mine are fighters but not very good with the helping but are generally good sleepers, down at back of 8 up at 7-8.




yes i would give up the help for the extra sleep, dont you just love them my sons here now saying you cant put me on ebay i will chain my self to the radiator i said i will sell that as well he said what sort of mam are you heehee if only it was as easy as swapping them :thumbsup:
#26
Mine are wonderful.............................................

..................................seperately!!! :w00t:
and they're 15 and 6. Sometimes feel like my head is being pulled from both sides as their needs are so different, good kids but they just dont get on :)
#27
SABJ
yes i would give up the help for the extra sleep, dont you just love them my sons here now saying you cant put me on ebay i will chain my self to the radiator i said i will sell that as well he said what sort of mam are you heehee if only it was as easy as swapping them :thumbsup:


Lol, my oldest has gotten worse since shes started school, proper little cheeky madam shes turning into.

When I ask for help the big one comes out with "why do I need to help?" and the middle one just says "NO". :roll:

I can hear them playing nice just now but I give it 5 mins and one of them will be through crying lol.
#28
AshleyRFC
Going to my mums on Thursday for a few days so they can wreck her house instead lol.

Altho does anyone ever feel that Grannys make them worse?

I dunno about anyone elses but my Mum lets them away with murder, there behaviour always seems to get slightly worse when they're around her.

Anyone else experience this?


My Mum is over the top easy on them, but then she was quite soft on me. They couldn't stay with her as she is old and they would just run rings round her

My MIL is more strict but gives them lots of treats (like cakes, sweets, etc) and they get to watch cartoons as much as they want. They always come back with a bit more attitude than they had before they went!
#29
Mrs.Z
My Mum is over the top easy on them, but then she was quite soft on me. They couldn't stay with her as she is old and they would just run rings round her

My MIL is more strict but gives them lots of treats (like cakes, sweets, etc) and they get to watch cartoons as much as they want. They always come back with a bit more attitude than they had before they went!


Yeah my Mum was soft on me too so thats probably where it comes from, we're all going on Thursday so that'll be fun lol.

My Mum lives in Dundee so doesn't see them as often as she probably should so that probably plays a part in it too.

Going to take them to Camperdown Park on Sunday so that should be fun, 9 times out of 10 they are very well behaved when we are out and about.
#30
AshleyRFC
Yeah my Mum was soft on me too so thats probably where it comes from, we're all going on Thursday so that'll be fun lol.

My Mum lives in Dundee so doesn't see them as often as she probably should so that probably plays a part in it too.

Going to take them to Camperdown Park on Sunday so that should be fun, 9 times out of 10 they are very well behaved when we are out and about.


mine are really good when we are out, except in any shop that doesn't have toys LOL!
#31
Mrs.Z
mine are really good when we are out, except in any shop that doesn't have toys LOL!


We went to the beach during the October Holidays last year lol, I know how it sounds, beach in October but it was actually a lovely day and Ayr is brilliant, the beach was practically empty, we went there first, then the park, then into Pirate Petes, then the arcade then ice cream shop before home(anyone who knows Ayr will probably know the little Ice Cream shop on the corner that I'm talking about.)

Anyways for that whole day they were on there best behaviour, there dad took them down to paddle in the water(said it was freezing) lol, needless to say the good behaviour didnt last longer than them getting up the next morning, but it was fun whilst it lasted.
#32
ilovepink
oh my i might have a rethink on the adding to our family idea and stick with just the one lol

My thoughts EXACTLY!
#33
AshleyRFC;4854441
Lol I always feel like I'm the only one in this situation.
A chair from the table and chair set they have, now there are 2 chairs, but no, they must fight over the specific 1.

I've tried giving them things to draw on and even tho they have the same 3 colouring books each they fight over the same 1, I wanna draw on that page, no I wanna draw on that page, well I'm drawing on this page(followed by squeals).

Same at this household. My girls 5 and 3 fight for one specific thing in two almost identical things:roll:
DD1 finds time to draw on dining chairs with felt pen even in the morning school rush:roll:
I should be giving them for free, no swaps/trades:-D
#34
Why don't we all, just give our kids away :) Mine is currently trying to ram a smart trike, into my glass cabinets :roll:
#35
could arrange a mutual exchange, most kids behave for other people!
#36
Lulu'sMammy
Why don't we all, just give our kids away :) Mine is currently trying to ram a smart trike, into my glass cabinets :roll:


Glass and kids?? Lol oh you'll learn. :p
#37
Thanks OP but already got two !!!
#38
I retract my offer, i'm now having nice kisses....
#39
Marina
Same at this household. My girls 5 and 3 fight for one specific thing in two almost identical things:roll:
DD1 finds time to draw on dining chairs with felt pen even in the morning school rush:roll:
I should be giving them for free, no swaps/trades:-D


I cant think of 1 wall in my house that hasn't been drew on, I have paint to freshen everywhere up and I'm only using paint until they all move out because they have ripped half of my hall wallpaper off so they could draw on the non coloured bit underneath lol.

My eldest even coloured in my whole radiator with crayon, luckily we were able to get it off with that Flash magic block thing.
#40
Lulu'sMammy
I retract my offer, i'm now having nice kisses....


My youngest is good at this, only probably he drools 10 hours out of the day lol, always a lovely drooly kiss ya get off of him.

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