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Tuesday, 13 October 2015

10 Skills Parents Accidentally Learn

10 Skills Parents Learn

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  1. hahaha! I don't think I will ever manage to not swear when treading on Lego. lol

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  2. I think I'm starting to develop the Lego foot equivalent of asbestos hands.

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  3. I actually laughed out loud with this. It is amazing how many ways parents can say no!

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  4. Number 2 cracked me up, this is soooo me haha as for the Lego I don't think I will ever stand on it without swearing and crying lol.

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  5. Hahaha so true!

    I'm eternally grateful my daughter never got into lego, although I can assure you a teeny tiny Sylvania Families piece of cutlery can be pretty painful too.

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  6. I am seriously impressed that you have trodden on Lego and haven't turned into a gutter mouth!

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  7. No 5 is a definite skill... I whacked my shin on the coffee table last week as I blearily misjudged the space!

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  8. Hee hee, this made me chuckle. Not sure I have mastered the not swearing whilst treading on Lego (or any other toy)

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  9. I am still working on the lego thing. I also can not crack an egg one handed. The rest - well I am a dab hand at!

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  10. This is all true. I've been focusing on number 8 for the last few years!

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  11. I'm a master of all these and many more, the joys of being a mum for 27 years!

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  12. Too true, although the Lego bricks still get me!!

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  13. Yes, I'm getting pretty good at coming up with alternate ways of saying no!! :)

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  14. I was interested to see if any of these applied to me and sadly I think a lot of them do...sorry Mum & Dad! ;)

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