levin da babe alone

Rhonda - posted on 07/17/2009 ( 19 moms have responded )

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how long is 2 long to leave da babe alone? sum time I like 2 go out but no sitta so i gots 2 leave da bubs a lone for a few hors. is dis 2 long? how long do u leave yer bubs alone

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Angie - posted on 07/17/2009

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Well...I like to go outside and work on my yard while my daughter is sleeping, but I check on her to make sure everything is alright...but I WOULD NEVER LEAVE MY CHILDREN UNATTENDED FOR THAT LONG!!!!! That is outrageous! I'm sorry Rhonda, I know some of the mom's keep saying your fake, but if you keep posting crap like this...then I'm going to start agreeing!!!

AGAIN...Never leave your children unattended without a sitter...unless you are in ear reach or you can see everything. What do you do when you go out? or are you just hanging outside?

Be careful what you say on here, because people can send Family services on you...

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Stefanie - posted on 07/21/2009

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This has got to be a joke. Either that or I read wrong b/c of the horrid English/spelling...
If it isn't a joke I only have one thing to say, CPS!

Charlie - posted on 07/19/2009

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RHONDA IS A FAKE THAT IS WHY HER PROFILE IS GONE . SHE HAS BEEN FOUND OUT ! there was a little slip up when Sean johnson posted something that was meant to be written by Rhonda , BIG whoops !! Sean + Rhonda + one in the same !

Momma - posted on 07/18/2009

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if you cant hear your kids you shouldt be leaving them alone. i dont know how old your kids are, but it seems to me they are young and i really dont recommend what your doing.

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Um how about NEVER!

You could have an intruder come into your house and kidnap your child! and you wouldn't know because you haven't been home for two hours, or worse things could happen while your not there and you have no babysitter.

People have left their babies in car's while they have "poped" into the dairy to get something then come out to find their car has been stolen with their baby in it.

I take it by your text lingo that you are very young.

Kirsten - posted on 07/18/2009

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I can't belive i read that, i haven't drunk anything unless my son is at my mums since before i was pregnant. Here it is against the law to lock children in a car for even a moment, and leaving them in the house even to go next door is a little stupid, and also against the law, you would also have your children taken away for being drunk whilst looking after them. It takes less than 2 minutes for a house to burn to the ground if your not in and the babies are locked inside what chance have they got?

Abigail - posted on 07/18/2009

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The farthest I ever am from my daughter is downstairs and I have a monitor on. If I feel like going and having some drinks with my husband [legal age is 19 here too] then I have a babysitter. You can always find a sitter you just have to get off your ass and look, it's that simple. You're talking about your children, they are more important then running off a drinking. Horrible things can happen in just a second you really need to realize that.

Nichole - posted on 07/18/2009

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Aren't you 16? The legal drinking age is is 19 in BS. What you are doing is illegal and uncalled for with children who are so young. Take a parenting class or something before you hurt one of your children. He's a link telling you all the drinking ages in Canada also. And stop posting such ridiculous posts. This site is for support and advice and you are definitely not giving it.
http://canadaonline.about.com/od/canadia...

Jaime - posted on 07/18/2009

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Yes, although there are some people that have a drink or two while pregnant, it is usually not advised by doctors if a woman is not a social drinker or if she is not responsible enough to decide what is an acceptable amount. I would strongly suggest that you refrain from drinking while you are pregnant, and like others have said, while you are home watching your children. I don't believe that there is anything wrong with sitting outside in the backyard, chatting with friends and enjoying a drink or two, but it sounds to me like you are not capable of discerning when it is acceptable to have your adult time. It is never okay to leave your child in a car for any length of time---especially if you are having a date night with your husband or boyfriend and can't find a sitter. If you don't have a sitter, you don't go out. And if you want some adult time, then make sure your children are being cared for by someone you trust, so that once in a while you can enjoy an evening with friends.

Jaime - posted on 07/18/2009

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Yes, although there are some people that have a drink or two while pregnant, it is usually not advised by doctors if a woman is not a social drinker or if she is not responsible enough to decide what is an acceptable amount. I would strongly suggest that you refrain from drinking while you are pregnant, and like others have said, while you are home watching your children. I don't believe that there is anything wrong with sitting outside in the backyard, chatting with friends and enjoying a drink or two, but it sounds to me like you are not capable of discerning when it is acceptable to have your adult time. It is never okay to leave your child in a car for any length of time---especially if you are having a date night with your husband or boyfriend and can't find a sitter. If you don't have a sitter, you don't go out. And if you want some adult time, then make sure your children are being cared for by someone you trust, so that once in a while you can enjoy an evening with friends.

Carrie - posted on 07/18/2009

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i ca't believe you told someone to take the baby out and leave her in the car, or lock the house and go out, your giving out really bad advice to other mums that just want support, and you are taking the p now, so i reported it, it's rediculus

Michelle - posted on 07/18/2009

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You should NOT drink while pregnant and it is NOT ok to drink a large amount when your children are asllep upstairs. What if one ofthem wakes up? If uve been drinking your less in control of yourself and what if somthing happens like there is a fire and ur in a booze coma and dont wake up. I had my baby last year and was told you should not drink while pregnant at all.

Michelle - posted on 07/18/2009

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If you have no sitter then you simply dont go out, plus you shouldnt drink when you children are in the house and you should definatly not drink when your pregnant.

Jaime - posted on 07/17/2009

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If it's a matter of being in your backyard, then sitting outside on the porch is not an issue. I would suggest getting a baby monitor so that you have an ear close by when the kids are sleeping. If you are going to a neighbour's yard however, even if its just next door, you are less likely to hear if anything is wrong or if the children wake and need to be changed, fed or cuddled. There is nothing wrong with having some adult time and relaxing in the back yard in the evening once in a while, but you have four children and a fifth on the way so it might be wise to limit the amount of time you spend at your friends houses drinking or chatting. I only have one child and I am exhausted by the end of the day so thinking about staying out drinking at a friends place is the furthest from my mind. My advice is, if you don't have a sitter, then you should stay home....leaving your children alone for any amount of time when you are not in ear shot is dangerous. And if you can't find a sitter so that you can go to your friends place once in a while, then invite them to come over to your place so that you are there for the kids if they need you.

Rhonda - posted on 07/17/2009

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they be sleepin and i am mos time in da neibor yard with my back door open. we liek 2 crack da beer in da nite so we be doin dat when da bubs in bed. sum time on her proch and sum time on my porch

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