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Q: How to look after babies?

4 years 33 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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Easy!

1) Have baby

2) Stay at home, in bed, for 1 month and don't wash yourself, while mother or mother-in-law cares for baby

3) have your mother or mother-in-law stay for a few months to help you with the baby 

4) send mother or mother-in-law back to your hometown WITH the baby 

5) get on with your life as if you don't have a child that you should be responsible for! 

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Easy!

1) Have baby

2) Stay at home, in bed, for 1 month and don't wash yourself, while mother or mother-in-law cares for baby

3) have your mother or mother-in-law stay for a few months to help you with the baby 

4) send mother or mother-in-law back to your hometown WITH the baby 

5) get on with your life as if you don't have a child that you should be responsible for! 

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I paid my baby daughter a half rmb everytime she did something good.

But she is getting wise now. She knows she is not a baby anymore, so she now asks for 10 rmb Smile

(Edited for tense)

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i give nothing, my north American kid already blew everything I gave him for university and setting up a life

my African kids UNICEF .....  thank me on occasion.....I tear up whenever I hear from them.

My Chinese daughter asks for nothing......  she is determined to "do it on her own".

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