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2-12-2012 @ 8:27AM
I have a baby and a husband. Usually when my husband is home and I want to play, he watches the baby for me so that I can do my LFR for the week. When he's not home, I don't run PUGs or LFR. I still do soloing and the occasional dungeon. Usually my daughter is content to sit on my lap or go play with her toys next to me if a dungeon pops up. She takes naps on my lap for a few hours every day, so that is my time to play and run dungeon content without worry about her waking up. There have been times where I've had to go AFK for a baby emergency and everyone I've met has been cool about that just like they would be in "real life". It also helps to have a supportive guild to run content with who understand when situations arise.
2-12-2012 @ 8:45AM
Seems to me that anyone that doesn't know that babies are a bit unpredictable and should always come first either has something very wrong with them or no experience with children whatsoever.For the most part, even us single folk either have siblings or cousins (or work somewhere that has to have contact with kids at least some of the time). We all get it :).
2-12-2012 @ 11:53AM
- "She takes naps on my lap for a few hours every day . . "I remember when our first born (now 4) was only a month or so old and still wanted to be swaddled when she slept. I would bundle her up, put my feet up on the coffee table and rest her on my legs as I played XBox. =)
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