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Fedupmama's picture

It's just a zoo in here some days. Skids walk around here like they have lead in their feet, each step pounds the floor, shakes the house. Doors slammed, waking up the toddler, waking up the baby. Yelling at fornite. Yelling at toddler. Eating chips like it's an effing contest to see who can chew the loudest, with their mouth open, while sticking their unwashed hands in and out of the bag crunching it. 

It's enough to drive one mad. 

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SteppedOut's picture

All that is a big nope for me. I can't do chaos and I damn sure can't do someone else's feral teens yelling at my toddler. 

missginger's picture

SD (now 16)  used to eat tortilla chips so annoying a couple years ago that, first I had to leave the room whenever she ate them (She and DH would love when I would  make a spincah dip appetize w/ tort chips), and now I just dont buy the spind dip)

shamds's picture

with hubby while hubby was at work. Ss open and closed doors that the house was vibrating and woke up my daughter who had fallen asleep. Know what happened when i posted about this on a parenting site?? They picked on me for being careless having my daughter sleeping in her baby nest in living room. 

Chores athome need to get done and they claimed I inconvenienced ss. He open and slammed things then had the nerve to say the door makes that noise and hubby said no it doesn’t because you are opening it roughly, ss then exaggerated to hubby that our daughter cries all the time trying to make me out as a bad mumma, lucky hubby caught him in that lie because he knew our daughter woke up when her sleep was disturbed by noises, hungry, hot or needed diaper changes.

i was told that my daughter needed to nap in a bedroom during the day and not in common areas... 

shamds's picture

with hubby while hubby was at work. Ss open and closed doors that the house was vibrating and woke up my daughter who had fallen asleep. Know what happened when i posted about this on a parenting site?? They picked on me for being careless having my daughter sleeping in her baby nest in living room. 

Chores athome need to get done and they claimed I inconvenienced ss. He open and slammed things then had the nerve to say the door makes that noise and hubby said no it doesn’t because you are opening it roughly, ss then exaggerated to hubby that our daughter cries all the time trying to make me out as a bad mumma, lucky hubby caught him in that lie because he knew our daughter woke up when her sleep was disturbed by noises, hungry, hot or needed diaper changes.

i was told that my daughter needed to nap in a bedroom during the day and not in common areas... 

hereiam's picture

These are the kinds of things that I would not keep quite about. It's your home and it affects you and your little one.