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omfg hell no!!! Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13

so i went and took a shower, when i got out my dad was talking to MY 2 MONTH OLD SON and was like did you like that icing? i was like did you give him icing, like icing off of a cake... he was like yeah i did. i freaked the f**k out!!! omg, i swear i can't even take a damn shower without worrying wtf people are giving my child in this house. he is too damn little to be having icing!!! i hope im not overreacting, i feel like im not but idc im pissed. he is only 2 months, and he is giving him sweets behind my back. i guess im gonna have to start taking my son and putting him in the bathroom with me while i shower. idk what else to do. im beyond pissed i had to vent about this. does he not know this could f**king hurt him? ughhhhhh.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5777 posts
14th Feb '13

I mean a little bit of icing isn't going to hurt him so I think in that aspect you're overacting but he's your child so if that's something that you feel strongly about then you either have to sit down and talk to your dad or put him in the bathroom with you

Summer+[two] 2 kids; Louisiana 727 posts
14th Feb '13

I understand why you freaked, I did the same with my first. With my second I was just sort of used to it. Nobody ever listens.

Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:" I understand you're pissed, but honestly, it really won't kill him. At the most, he'll have an upset tummy. Sorry he gave your son icing though, especially at 2 months old. "


I agree.



OP I remember being a crazy hyper over protective new mom, but now my advice would be just to ask your dad not to do it again and move on.

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:" I understand you're pissed, but honestly, it really won't kill him. At the most, he'll have an upset tummy. Sorry he gave your son icing though, especially at 2 months old. "

it just makes me mad because i wish he would of atleast asked me. but no, like he tried giving him a jolly rancher at like 1 month old. im just tired of him always going behind my back feeding my child stuff i don't won't him to have.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Mama BooBoo(::" it just makes me mad because i wish he would of atleast asked me. but no, like he tried giving him a ... [snip!] ... rancher at like 1 month old. im just tired of him always going behind my back feeding my child stuff i don't won't him to have."

A jolly rancher? Um, that is dangerous.

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Summer+[two]:" I understand why you freaked, I did the same with my first. With my second I was just sort of used to it. Nobody ever listens."

they really don't lol! i know i mean sound overreacted, i just didn't won't him having it at 2 months.. i mean i could kinda understand at maybe 5 months i wouldn't be so upset.. but 2 months. idk, i just feel kinda mad cause he didn't atleast ask me :/

Elle With FOUR! 4 kids; Wichita, KS, United States 18964 posts
14th Feb '13

A little icing isn't going to hurt him, however, I DO see why you were upset - it was a very understandable responce.



I used to take the bouncy seat in the bathroom and put my babies right next to the sink....it was for different reasons, mainly being the only person there & if they cried I needed to hear it, but, it worked out really well.

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:" Then don't let him watch your son...? I mean, if you can't trust him to do as you ask, then don't let him watch your son. "

actually it was my mama watching him, while i showered. my dad was asleep, but he must of woke up while i was in the shower and he gave him that.

Devon and Kiara's mommy 2 kids; bremerton, wa, United States 1139 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Captain Obvious:" I agree. OP I remember being a crazy hyper over protective new mom, but now my advice would be just to ask your dad not to do it again and move on."



This!

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:" A little icing isn't going to hurt him, however, I DO see why you were upset - it was a very understandable ... [snip!] ... different reasons, mainly being the only person there & if they cried I needed to hear it, but, it worked out really well."

i think i may just start doing that!

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Lizplustwo:" A jolly rancher? Um, that is dangerous."

yeahhh, that's what im saying. i just feel lately they are really pressuring me into giving him solids and stuff already. i just have to vent sometimes about it. he was trying to give him pepsi like a few days ago o.o i just kind of freaked about the icing because i thought it was too thick, and would hurt him.

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:" Yeah, I'd start bringing him into the bathroom with you when you get a shower. They obviously don't respect you enough to respect your wishes."

i mean iv honestly even asked him plenty of times to not give him anything without asking me first, you know? i feel like he should atleast respect that and not do it if i don't won't him to.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Mama BooBoo(::" yeahhh, that's what im saying. i just feel lately they are really pressuring me into giving him solids ... [snip!] ... pepsi like a few days ago o.o i just kind of freaked about the icing because i thought it was too thick, and would hurt him."

I would sit him down and have a talk with him, and if he doesn't respect your wishes, do not leave him alone with the baby anymore.

Mama BooBoo(: 1 child; South Carolina 620 posts
14th Feb '13
Quoting Lizplustwo:" I would sit him down and have a talk with him, and if he doesn't respect your wishes, do not leave him alone with the baby anymore. "

he has a bouncy seat, i think ill just start bringing him with me.