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Today, my 5 year old lactose intolerant daughter decided to have some chocolate. The result: me cleaning the bathroom walls at 3am, finishing at 4:30am, and then start cleaning again at 5am when her stomach contents decided I had missed a spot. FML

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Hi I just joined up to FML after this comment got posted (as it was mine) and i just wanted to verify some things.
a) my daughter only ate chocolate because a kid at school gave her some, even though her teachers know that she cant have any dairy
b) I do keep all of the dairy in our house hidden
c) she only spewed at 3am because she has late reactions, eg, around 12 hours after she eats the dairy

please stop saying how im a bad parent. accidents happen.

#80 - On 11/18/2009 at 8:37pm by Australian315

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I think her daughter threw up, actually. And it's obvious that kids find out how to get what they want, whether it's hidden or not. Remember, the OP was cleaning at 3am. The little girl may have snuck out of bed and stolen the candy. It's stupid of you to accuse her mother of being a bad parent just because she had some chocolate in the house. My boyfriend has been allergic to nuts since he was a child, and his mother always kept a jar of cashews because she liked them. He was 9 when he found out about the allergy, and knew better than to get sick by eating the cashews. Maybe the daughter in this FML will have learned something after this.

#16 - On 11/18/2009 at 10:53am by Pennykins

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