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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 1:53 pm

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3245630/I-confess-Guilt-ridden-mums-leaving-young-children-own.html
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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 2:09 pm

Andrew wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3245630/I-confess-Guilt-ridden-mums-leaving-young-children-own.html

It's confirmed what I've always thought that people should be licensed before they're allowed to have children. There are so many people who aren't fit to be parents and so many children who suffer because of it.

What about the woman who gave her young son the keys to the car, is she completely brain dead for god sake. I wouldn't give my car keys to an adult who couldn't drive let alone a child.

It seems strange that these stories are appearing in the press when it's coming up to GA's case, if I wasn't so cynical I would say it was all connected.

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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 2:19 pm

Yes, the cynical side of me thought that too.

All made up guff, imo.

So you actually leave your child in a dangerous situation, then sometime afterwards, you just have to get in touch with the Daily Mail and confess all.

Rubbish.
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Post  bluebell on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 5:53 pm

If I'd done any of these things I would be mortified.  I certainly wouldn't tell anyone certainly not make it public in the Daily Mail.

The awful happening with the car keys -  I would still be having nightmares about that if it was me - never forgive myself at the horror of it.

Are some parents so selfish that their children's safety comes so low on their list?

OK, don't say it, some are as we know only too well.

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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 6:19 pm

Lucy Cavendish (the Mum who gave her car keys to her young son and almost had a heartache - supposedly - when he accidentally tried to drive the family car off the top of a cliff) is no "shrinking violet" when it comes to getting her name and photo in the DM -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1212376/Sparkle-Ottoline-No-wonder-I-baby-remorse-.html

I must say she's looking a lot better now in her recent DM photo, perky, shiny hair as just come out of the hairdressers in comparison with her 2009 photo, dowdy, looking like she could do with a makeover.  Oh, wait, knock me down with a feather, could DM have given her a makeover for her latest "fantasy" story.

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Post  bluebell on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 6:53 pm

Don't Forget Madeleine wrote:Lucy Cavendish (the Mum who gave her car keys to her young son and almost had a heartache - supposedly - when he accidentally tried to drive the family car off the top of a cliff) is no "shrinking violet" when it comes to getting her name and photo in the DM -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1212376/Sparkle-Ottoline-No-wonder-I-baby-remorse-.html

I must say she's looking a lot better now in her recent DM photo, perky, shiny hair as just come out of the hairdressers in comparison with her 2009 photo, dowdy, looking like she could do with a makeover.  Oh, wait, knock me down with a feather, could DM have given her a makeover for her latest "fantasy" story.


Am I being simple DFM, do you think these are all made up stories just for an article?
I am such a dope if they are as I took them to be true. Embarassed
Actually if they are fantasy stories I would be much relieved because I'll probably have nightmares myself thinking about them.

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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:03 pm

http://www.lucy-cavendish.co.uk/
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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:09 pm

bluebell wrote:
Don't Forget Madeleine wrote:Lucy Cavendish (the Mum who gave her car keys to her young son and almost had a heartache - supposedly - when he accidentally tried to drive the family car off the top of a cliff) is no "shrinking violet" when it comes to getting her name and photo in the DM -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1212376/Sparkle-Ottoline-No-wonder-I-baby-remorse-.html

I must say she's looking a lot better now in her recent DM photo, perky, shiny hair as just come out of the hairdressers in comparison with her 2009 photo, dowdy, looking like she could do with a makeover.  Oh, wait, knock me down with a feather, could DM have given her a makeover for her latest "fantasy" story.


Am I being simple DFM, do you think these are all made up stories just for an article?
I am such a dope if they are as I took them to be true.      Embarassed
Actually if they are fantasy stories I would be much relieved because I'll probably have nightmares myself thinking about them.

No, you're not a dope bluebell.

I read the DM website every day but take much of what is written with a pinch of salt, I suspect half of the stories are made up (just to fill their website each day, some of them are off the realms of reality), I just like reading the comments section on each story.  Although with the political stories regarding the government etc I wish some of those who comment could put themselves forward for election as they seem to know more about how the country should be governed than DC and the rest of the idiots he has backing him do.

Anyway getting back to the mother of the year, Cavendish, if that had happened to me when any children were in my charge I would be mortified and would never be able to face anyone, family, friends, my childrens' father, let alone have my photo (looking beautiful as if I'd come out of a make up and hair session, not looking anxious and worried) stuck on the DM website.  I would be ashamed that I could have almost killed my children by my stupidity.  Although looking at her photo she doesn't look too bothered.


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Post  Guest on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:14 pm

Andrew wrote:http://www.lucy-cavendish.co.uk/

Thanks for that Andrew. I must say she's come a long way from her downtrodden, scruffy looking, unkept photo of 2009.  She obviously now has a lucrative job of writing stories for the press, whether they are true or fiction I wouldn't like to say.

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Post  bluebell on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:17 pm

Andrew wrote:http://www.lucy-cavendish.co.uk/


Thanks Andrew, paid by the word then possibly  ?

After reading that can I say that you should never get A Goat as goats desperately need the company of other goats.
These flipping Townies with their dreams of country squire life just make me so mad.   Chasing a dream???      No         Sorry c/f o/t  I know so I'll just have another glass of wine and chill. drunken .

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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:20 pm

The next lady after Lucy, in the DM article.

http://www.cloverstroud.com/

What a load of rubbish.
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Post  bluebell on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:23 pm

Andrew wrote:The next lady after Lucy, in the DM article.

http://www.cloverstroud.com/

What a load of rubbish.




Read about Clover Stroud on "Mothering" after what she wrote in the Daily Mail - no thank you !!!! (too many glasses of Cava now, sorry)>

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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:24 pm

They're all journo's by the looks of it.

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Post  Andrew on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:26 pm

bluebell wrote:
Andrew wrote:The next lady after Lucy, in the DM article.

http://www.cloverstroud.com/

What a load of rubbish.




Read about Clover Stroud on "Mothering"   after what she wrote in the Daily Mail     -    no thank you !!!!            (too many glasses of Cava now, sorry)>            

Haha - carry on.

Makes a refreshing change to see someone else post after a 'few'.
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Post  bluebell on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 7:27 pm

Cheers Andrew.     Can't leave the cava till tomorrow, loses its fizz dontcha know        cheers

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Post  Freedom on Wed 23 Sep 2015, 10:54 pm

I'm surprised that nice but dim Fiona Phillips wasn't rounded up as well to recount her story again of leaving her children alone in a hotel room.

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