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  • dosent it pee you off when

    the sitter knew for 2 weeks you were going to watch the last lot of racing for the year at barbagello, that you have taken the day off work....then phones you to say...sorry, no can do!

    So I have to take the baby- too big for my back pack now...oh well, looks like the car:mellow:

    UPSIDE: not many can say they went to watch state champs at 9months of age....lucky little girl

  • #2
    Originally posted by nin-jetblack 2 View Post
    UPSIDE: not many can say they went to watch state champs at 9months of age....lucky little girl
    Pffft, sif.
    Zach at the historics and Northam at 2 months of age.
    Get them into it!!

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    • #3
      I wonder if you can attach a baby seat to a motorcycle...

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      • #4
        double post*
        Last edited by bobinatcat; 27-09-2009, 11:22 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by polony View Post
          I wonder if you can attach a baby seat to a motorcycle...
          specialist helmet too

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          • #6
            Originally posted by polony View Post
            I wonder if you can attach a baby seat to a motorcycle...
            why bother?

            Can you help with foster care?
            http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...needed-163289/

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            • #7
              for you, would have been nice to get out on the bike without the bub, oh well hope you enjoyed the racing anyway

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Stoneville View Post
                for you, would have been nice to get out on the bike without the bub
                Or even nicer to spend some quality time with your kid doing something you love?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Desmogod View Post
                  Or even nicer to spend some quality time with your kid doing something you love?
                  pfft Quality time, them in a pram, it's only visual stimulation, they won't remember it tomorrow more than likely at that age, it's more of a show off, look I have a pram and a baby blah blah blah

                  I'd rather go to the races on my own and spend quality time, one on one when I got back, if I was that way inclined.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Stoneville View Post
                    pfft Quality time, them in a pram, it's only visual stimulation, they won't remember it tomorrow more than likely at that age, it's more of a show off, look I have a pram and a baby blah blah blah
                    If you think it has anything to do with how I perceive myself to look to others then you are far more superior and narrow minded than I ever gave you credit for.
                    Which is a fair amount.
                    I'll stick with "just visual stimulation" for my kid thanks, plus the interpersonal interactions he'll receive, plus the being out in the open.
                    If you don't think a 2 month, 9 month or year old can't benefit from this I'm amazed your kids are as well adjusted as they are.
                    Last edited by Desmo; 27-09-2009, 01:12 PM.

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                    • #11
                      I've asked both my kids if they remember suchnsuch, and it's usually no. They don't have a clue.
                      I agree with leave them home if you can and have a good day.
                      No sunburn, sticky crap, running to the bloody toilets at last minute, plus the having to really keep your eyes on them coz they seriously disappear in a flash once they are walking.
                      More fun without.
                      And why should other people have to put up with my kids in public?

                      nin-jetblack 2, My sitter too bailed on me today, so I'm a sad panda. Took the short child to Hilary's anyway to AQWA and a dunk in the ocean. I guess we made the most of it too.

                      And YES Stoney, that is extremely necessary!!
                      VVV
                      Last edited by karen; 27-09-2009, 05:20 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Pfft I'm more for a single parent being able to get time out on her own every now and again, the kid isn't going to miss one day
                        Last edited by Stoneville; 27-09-2009, 05:20 PM.

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                        • #13
                          I had a nice long reply typed out about filling a young child with as much stimulation and input as you possibly can, and then I remembered.
                          You are always right, about everything.
                          My apologies.

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                          • #14
                            So Stoneville has an opinion...

                            As do you Jim...

                            Who is right?

                            Get over it...

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                            • #15
                              Stoneville, do you have any positive contribution to any thread ever?

                              Back on topic: Rob and Bex brought their new addition to the track too. Not only is it a visual stimuloation, but it gets them used to the noise too...
                              Originally posted by vk6hgr
                              My Hyosung couldn't do that speed if it was dropped in from orbit.

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