The Nasey Family (Casey Barker)

Emxxx

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She can start nursery at 3 so September however its not a legal obligation and we all know Nasey fam will lose their 'content' if she goes! She's a lot more chatty now which is really cute.
I don't think they'll put her in nursery until 4, just before school at 5 tbh. Remember when they were meant to go to they gym and send Harlow to that supervised soft play? Happened twice, both times neither of them went to the gym and instead 'edited' in the cafe 2 steps away from soft play.
You start school at 4... but yeah i don't think she'll go to Nursery. She doesn't need to.
 

MangoFandango

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You start school at 4... but yeah i don't think she'll go to Nursery. She doesn't need to.
I disagree. I think she does need nursery to help her socialise with her peers and learn that the world doesn’t solely revolves round her.
At the moment Harlow is used to the adulation of adults constantly. She has not one, but 2 of them at home dancing attendance on her 24/7. And to add to that she is frequently immersed in family situations where she is the centre of attention. If they choose not to send her to nursery she will have one hell of a shock when she starts school.
Not only is nursery vital for the socialisation skills between children and their peers, but it is also instrumental in allowing children to experience other activities which, let’s face it, Harlow has little or no access to.
I mean, apart from shopping and going on holidays what does this child get to experience?
At nursery she will be able to experience painting, sandpits, water play, singing, games, puzzles, sharing and might possibly even learn her alphabet and numbers.
At present all she learns is that we hang around all day whilst mummy gets ready before we go out to the shops/go out to eat.
 

Emxxx

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I disagree. I think she does need nursery to help her socialise with her peers and learn that the world doesn’t solely revolves round her.
At the moment Harlow is used to the adulation of adults constantly. She has not one, but 2 of them at home dancing attendance on her 24/7. And to add to that she is frequently immersed in family situations where she is the centre of attention. If they choose not to send her to nursery she will have one hell of a shock when she starts school.
Not only is nursery vital for the socialisation skills between children and their peers, but it is also instrumental in allowing children to experience other activities which, let’s face it, Harlow has little or no access to.
I mean, apart from shopping and going on holidays what does this child get to experience?

At nursery she will be able to experience painting, sandpits, water play, singing, games, puzzles, sharing and might possibly even learn her alphabet and numbers.
At present all she learns is that we hang around all day whilst mummy gets ready before we go out to the shops/go out to eat.
That's very true. I jyst meant that its not a legal requirement just because of the funding. Nursery nurse here. So yeah it is important but in their eyes becauae she doesn't legally have to go, they wont send her, i reckon.
 

MangoFandango

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I think she will probably go when Dexter starts. Then they will be able to share drop-offs & pick-ups.
However, they ought to think about getting her potty trained first. I see that Dexter is already 1/2 way there & he’s younger than Harlow.
 

Emxxx

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I think she will probably go when Dexter starts. Then they will be able to share drop-offs & pick-ups.
However, they ought to think about getting her potty trained first. I see that Dexter is already 1/2 way there & he’s younger than Harlow.
Every child is different though. My godson has just turned 3 and hes nowhere near ready.
 

idk2

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I think she will probably go when Dexter starts. Then they will be able to share drop-offs & pick-ups.
However, they ought to think about getting her potty trained first. I see that Dexter is already 1/2 way there & he’s younger than Harlow.
I think they attempted potty training when Dex started around the time they moved houses. They gave up at the first sight of an accident (she peed on the sofa and yes, i'm sure they did vlog it!!). No mention of it since. I'm hardly surprised.
They have the ability to be home 24/7 with their kids and yet, she is still running around in nappies. Harlow can have small conversations now so she can most definitely say she needs the toilet. Its all about the right technique for the child.
 

Emxxx

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I think they attempted potty training when Dex started around the time they moved houses. They gave up at the first sight of an accident (she peed on the sofa and yes, i'm sure they did vlog it!!). No mention of it since. I'm hardly surprised.
They have the ability to be home 24/7 with their kids and yet, she is still running around in nappies. Harlow can have small conversations now so she can most definitely say she needs the toilet. Its all about the right technique for the child.
My niece is exactly the same age as her, she talks but is definately not ready. I take it youve not got kids?
 

Emxxx

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No kids, but tons of nieces and nephews and I potty train autistic kids as part of my career.
Sometimes the kid is ready and the parents aren't. :unsure:
Im a nursery nurse so i kind of agree with you, but when we have children between 15 months and 3 years who have constant accidents then they're not ready.
 

idk2

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Im a nursery nurse so i kind of agree with you, but when we have children between 15 months and 3 years who have constant accidents then they're not ready.
Of course, yeah. They need to have that understanding of the toilet as well - a lot of parents seem to forget how useful actually explaining things to toddlers is! I always implement learning of the toilet, what it does etc before we do the actual potty training as well as printing out pictures of a toilet and sticking them on the bathroom door as well as around the house so if the child can't verbalise the need, they can at least associate it with the picture and even point to it and parents can whisk them to the loo. You do get the fair amount of kids who stare at the picture on the bathroom door and then let loose right there instead 🤣 so close... but so far haha
 

Emxxx

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Of course, yeah. They need to have that understanding of the toilet as well - a lot of parents seem to forget how useful actually explaining things to toddlers is! I always implement learning of the toilet, what it does etc before we do the actual potty training as well as printing out pictures of a toilet and sticking them on the bathroom door as well as around the house so if the child can't verbalise the need, they can at least associate it with the picture and even point to it and parents can whisk them to the loo. You do get the fair amount of kids who stare at the picture on the bathroom door and then let loose right there instead 🤣 so close...
but so far haha

I think books are amazing. I also dont like pull ups as i dont think they feel whst its like to have an accident.
Of course, yeah. They need to have that understanding of the toilet as well - a lot of parents seem to forget how useful actually explaining things to toddlers is! I always implement learning of the toilet, what it does etc before we do the actual potty training as well as printing out pictures of a toilet and sticking them on the bathroom door as well as around the house so if the child can't verbalise the need, they can at least associate it with the picture and even point to it and parents can whisk them to the loo. You do get the fair amount of kids who stare at the picture on the bathroom door and then let loose right there instead 🤣 so close... but so far haha
I think books are so useful, and straight to the toilet instead of the potty. And i HATE pull ups,as they cant feel what irs like to be wet.
 

MangoFandango

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I can’t believe that CringeFam have actually highlighted in today’s vlog what a truly terrible diet they are feeding poor Harlow 😡
No sign of any nutrition whatsoever. No veg, no fruit, no fibre.... just processed bland crap.
No wonder she is usually seen snacking, she’s probably starving.
Ugh 😫
 

idk2

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Why are they hiding what work they're having in their house? So weird. Clearly a conservatory of sorts.
 

Emxxx

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Their recent video was the first time I’ve watched them since the vlog when lake was born, has Nicole had her lips done

And why is Harlow still in a cot?? She’s 3 in a few months
They say toddlers should be in a cot until age 2 and a half
 
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