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    When you have a yoghurt? Do you..

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    Lick the lid?

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    always and the tub also

    Of course!

    Nope.

    No, nor do I shake it first to get the stuff from the lid into the pot. That's horrible semi-solid ikky stuff, not like the good stuff in the pot

    Yoghurt is the food of the Devil:x

    Toooo right - best part of it

    Nope, the dogs do

    mikebike;4560507

    Yoghurt is the food of the Devil:x



    :thumbsup:

    defo do not but like llm my two dogs love love love a yoghurt pot!

    if there is enough on the lid then Yes, otherwise it's straight in the bin.

    Nope. I sometimes scrape it off, or else chuck it straight in the bin.

    When no one's looking! If not, I just scrape it.

    yep:thumbsup:

    yup...but tbh-i prefer frubes-none of that messing about with a spoon either+less packaging.
    open fridge.lift 2 frubes.lounge while eating frubes.make wrapper into knot to throw at ur mate.relax...job done.

    shaneomac;4561118

    yup...but tbh-i prefer frubes-none of that messing about with a spoon … yup...but tbh-i prefer frubes-none of that messing about with a spoon either+less packaging.open fridge.lift 2 frubes.lounge while eating frubes.make wrapper into knot to throw at ur mate.relax...job done.



    frubes cut my mouth :-(

    shaneomac;4561118

    yup...but tbh-i prefer frubes-none of that messing about with a spoon … yup...but tbh-i prefer frubes-none of that messing about with a spoon either+less packaging.open fridge.lift 2 frubes.lounge while eating frubes.make wrapper into knot to throw at ur mate.relax...job done.


    I buy these for the babes

    Dog usually has the lid & the tub when it's almost all gone

    njiwana;4561029

    When no one's looking! If not, I just scrape it.



    Me too!

    throw it in the bin!

    oh i love scottish rasberry creamy yoghurts (extra special ones) MMMmmm and yes lick the lid

    Always. Only the lid though, not the pot.

    I don't like the stuff but this little one
    licks the lid - I'm guess she learnt to do it from nursey as she never used to do it & it's the only other place he'd have it.

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    worto03;4561936

    I don't like the stuff but this little onelicks the lid - I'm guess she … I don't like the stuff but this little onelicks the lid - I'm guess she learnt to do it from nursey as she never used to do it & it's the only other place he'd have it.



    how old is she now?

    Ha.. Of course. Credit Chrunch! Gtta get ur value for money!

    Yes I do :oops:, but I hate when others do... Is that weird :roll:?

    zaro777;4562248

    Yes I do :oops:, but I hate when others do... Is that weird :roll:?



    Yes lmao ;-)

    how old is she now?



    Sorry I went to bed - shes 2 at the end of next month - it's quite an old photo - took me ages to work out how to get it small enough for an avator so I've not got round to changing it yet.

    She does 2 days a week at nursery and has done since she was 1, she loves it & cheers when we pull up into the car park - lol

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    worto03;4564023

    Sorry I went to bed - shes 2 at the end of next month - it's quite an old … Sorry I went to bed - shes 2 at the end of next month - it's quite an old photo - took me ages to work out how to get it small enough for an avator so I've not got round to changing it yet.She does 2 days a week at nursery and has done since she was 1, she loves it & cheers when we pull up into the car park - lol



    she sounds sweet, I'm only 25 is it normal for a man to have such strong urges for a baby? The house isn't ready yet but got really strong urges ..... g/f said she needs a ring first.

    lumoruk;4564846

    she sounds sweet, I'm only 25 is it normal for a man to have such strong … she sounds sweet, I'm only 25 is it normal for a man to have such strong urges for a baby? The house isn't ready yet but got really strong urges ..... g/f said she needs a ring first.



    Nope its not strange, my OH looks at baby clothes and stuff like that quiet often. Its scares me :lol:

    lumoruk;4564846

    she sounds sweet, I'm only 25 is it normal for a man to have such strong … she sounds sweet, I'm only 25 is it normal for a man to have such strong urges for a baby? The house isn't ready yet but got really strong urges ..... g/f said she needs a ring first.



    awwwww yes it is normal... some men get broody, some don't.... just like women

    :roll: YOGHURT sends you to the loo for a mighty poo!

    YOGHURT sends you to the loo for a mighty poo!



    lol - and to get rapidly back off topic ;-)

    I wasn't broody and it wasn't until she was around a year old that I felt much at all - I knew it would come and I would never have let anything happen to her but she just didn't seem to do much & I never really developed much of a bond - my gf changed instantly into some sort of super mom - she really wasn't the type before! - it's strange how it effects everyone in different ways.

    I think part of it was that I went back to work after 2 weeks while my gf had a over a year off - with my gf doing all the breast feeding and spending so much time with her in the day, I didn't really have much to do apart from the bad bits like being woken up most nights and not being able to go out as much as I used to - lol

    I wouldn't change her for the world now - shes a little star.

    Don't quote me on that when she hits her teens though :-o

    dont like yoghurt, too much sugar in it at times

    lyndsbowes;4564885

    awwwww yes it is normal... some men get broody, some don't.... just like … awwwww yes it is normal... some men get broody, some don't.... just like women



    my hubby was very very anti kids. Each time I got pregnant he was like.. oh no!! he'd come up with ways to make extra money, ask for a raise at work.. one time his response was... oh dear... i think i'll have to learn to drive.

    But he has been absolutely fantastic with each and every one of them. He just feels the responsibility i think.

    Often before he leaves in the morning ( has to be gone to work at 6.30ish ) he makes the teenagers batches of hot cookies and muffins to eat at breakfast or take to school. he'll have our little one half dressed, nappy changed so I just have to change his shirt and sweater and find his shoes and socks before i leave with him. he cooks in the evening maybe half the week though sometimes its 80/20.

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    ClarityofMind;4565461

    Often before he leaves in the morning ( has to be gone to work at 6.30ish … Often before he leaves in the morning ( has to be gone to work at 6.30ish ) he makes the teenagers batches of hot cookies and muffins to eat at breakfast or take to school. he'll have our little one half dressed, nappy changed so I just have to change his shirt and sweater and find his shoes and socks before i leave with him. he cooks in the evening maybe half the week though sometimes its 80/20.



    :w00t: oh lord!

    worto03;4565368

    lol - and to get rapidly back off topic ;-)I wasn't broody and it wasn't … lol - and to get rapidly back off topic ;-)I wasn't broody and it wasn't until she was around a year old that I felt much at all - I knew it would come and I would never have let anything happen to her but she just didn't seem to do much & I never really developed much of a bond - my gf changed instantly into some sort of super mom - she really wasn't the type before! - it's strange how it effects everyone in different ways.I think part of it was that I went back to work after 2 weeks while my gf had a over a year off - with my gf doing all the breast feeding and spending so much time with her in the day, I didn't really have much to do apart from the bad bits like being woken up most nights and not being able to go out as much as I used to - lolI wouldn't change her for the world now - shes a little star.Don't quote me on that when she hits her teens though :-o



    awww what my hubby and i did was assign tasks. when they were tiny it was his job to do bathtime and bedtime.

    I'd set the bathroom up so he had everything he needed and then leave them to it. He bathed them even when they were newborn, i think that really helped with the bonding and after bathtime, he'd get them ready for bed and from toddlers settle them at night by reading bedtime stories while i clean up the house.

    lumoruk;4565483

    :w00t: oh lord!



    its probably terrible for their teeth and diet but they get up saying.. yay chocolate muffins for breakfast!! even our kids friends come steal them lol

    our kids refuse to eat anything breakfast related and most dont eat meat so its cookies muffins or veggie curry ! lol

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    ClarityofMind;4565524

    its probably terrible for their teeth and diet but they get up saying.. … its probably terrible for their teeth and diet but they get up saying.. yay chocolate muffins for breakfast!! even our kids friends come steal them lolour kids refuse to eat anything breakfast related and most dont eat meat so its cookies muffins or veggie curry ! lol



    Rather wreck the baby teeth than their adult unless they've lost them already?

    awww what my hubby and i did was assign tasks. when they were tiny it was … awww what my hubby and i did was assign tasks. when they were tiny it was his job to do bathtime and bedtime. I'd set the bathroom up so he had everything he needed and then leave them to it. He bathed them even when they were newborn, i think that really helped with the bonding and after bathtime, he'd get them ready for bed and from toddlers settle them at night by reading bedtime stories while i clean up the house.



    Yeah thats probably a good way to do it, what we did was I took over things that my gf would do before like cooking (which I now enjoiy, I cook about 90% of the time now) while I left her to put the little one to bed so I guess by doing that I missed out on the few chances I had to spend more time with her.

    I just didn't feel like I was missing anything at the time & started to enjoy cooking anyway.

    heh bath time is nuts nowadays - water everywhere!

    lumoruk;4565549

    Rather wreck the baby teeth than their adult unless they've lost them … Rather wreck the baby teeth than their adult unless they've lost them already?



    they start losing their milk teeth at about 6/7 yrs so yes our 20, 15 and 12 yr old dont have them lol the 15 yr old is going through the "orthodontist every week" stage. We've had her have four out and braces both top and bottom. its all cosmetic so a matter of choice. none of them have had to have fillings thankfully but they've all had their back teeth painted with that stuff to prevent fillings?

    the little ones teeth are the worst but he gets spoilt as he's the baby lol
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