Quoting deleting : No, I don't agree with it. And my friends all do it and their children are around 3 and understand what ... [snip!] ... in a different state of mind around your child. I feel differently about one drink at dinner or once the baby has gone to bed.
Quoting elastic vagina: every time i see this post i want to have a drink
Quoting *sarah*jean*: yep. vodka and cran for me ;)
Quoting *sarah*jean*:" Hahaha..... So is this the wrong place to see how my fellow BG mamas feel about Momtini's? (playdates w/ cocktails)"
Quoting *sarah*jean*:" So what do you guys think about me sharing my beer with my daughter? I figured I'd build up her tolerance a bit early. lol."My parents and their friends drank around me and their two boys growing up. It wasn't a big deal. They even gave us watered down wine coolers once. I wouldn't do that with my LO, but I don't think less of my parents for it. Plus SO and I don't really drink except maybe a couple times a year, like New Years or St Patricks Day. I think seeing my parents drink responsibly allowed me to know from a young age that when you are old enough it is ok to drink, but don't overdo it.
Quoting ☆stumbleine ☆:" I drink with my kids home, I'm not going to send them to a sitter every night because I have some wine. ... [snip!] ... over guitars and smurf that the boys love. Some of my best memories are of my parents parties. Good times with good people."Sounds like exactly what me and my friends do. I have a newborn and my friends like to sing and play guitar and we drank a little while everyone awed over my newborn. It was harmless! There is limits and people need to understand that, past that it's not a big deal.
Quoting :" i say no its not.Just for the fact that anything can happen once someone is drinking..eventho theres someone sober around.i just wouldnt want that kind of scene going on around a baby."