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Answer the questions below Most embarrassing public tantrum? Worst thing your child has ever said to you? Best day with your child or children? Most romantic thing your husband has ever done for you? Favorite quick family meal? Best potty training method (in your opinion)? Worst diaper you have ever changed? Favorite brand of diapers? Favorite city/state/family vacation spot? Most scary thing during your pregnancy? Favorite holiday tradition?

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These are my answers. The most embarrassing public tantrum was when my son was 3 years old, I took him to the grocery store with me and he wanted a little key chain with a teddy bear on it. When I told him no he flipped out he started kicking and screaming. As I walked through the store he was grabbing thingd off the shelfs and throwing them and making a big scene, I was soo embarressed it was terrible!!!  The worst thing my child has ever said to me was when my daughter said she hated me because I made her sit in time out. Best day with my children was when we went to the zoo this year it was awesome we had soooo much fun!  The most romantic thing my husband ever done for me was on our anniversery he took me to olive garden, and after dinner he took me to a big hotel and had the room lit up with candles, I loved it.  I really like red skin potatos with cheese and bacon bits on it.   I really think that potty training works better if you just take them to the bathroom every 10 minutes and give them  m&ms when they potty.     I like pampers.    Me and my family went to florida on vacation, we went to disney world.  The most scary thing during my pregnancy, I cramped alot and I thought I was having a miscarriage it scared me alot.   My favorite holiday tradition is on christmas, Me my husband and children make ornaments and decorate the tree on christmas eve :), and then we light the fireplace and watch christmas shows and drink hot cocoa its awesome.
Most embarrassing public tantrum? My kids really don't throw tantrums in public.Worst thing your child has ever said to you? No. But, my kids are still little...Best day with your child or children? Probably the night my daughter spent with us in the hospital after my son was born. Most romantic thing your husband has ever done for you? He takes the kids outside for playtime and walks and if the season is right he'll bring me wildflowers that he finds. Favorite quick family meal? Soft tacos.Best potty training method (in your opinion)? Following your child's lead. Every kid is different and has different needs.  Worst diaper you have ever changed? My son has had some pretty bad blowouts...Favorite brand of diapers? Earth's Best. They're super absorbent, made from renewable materials and they're biodegradable.Favorite city/state/family vacation spot? City-NYC. State-CA. We haven't gone on any real family vacations yet, we're waiting until the kids are older.Most scary thing during your pregnancy? With my daughter I was induced 11 days after my due date. After examining my placenta my doc told me it had started to calcify. With my son I had a threatened miscarriage at 7 weeks. This time around there hasn't been anything scary (yet).Favorite holiday tradition? Opening presents on Christmas morning with everyone in their special Christmas jammies and spending all kinds of time making big delicious dinners for everyone.

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