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Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby spoiled2bits » Tue Apr 10, 2018 10:41 pm

Chook123 wrote:New Insta post, they went to Ikea. New beds for the triplets?

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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby mamawombat » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:44 am

Peachespeonies wrote:Sorry double post. But read this in news earlier. "

About 1.2 million families with children in care are being urged to sign up to the new system by July 2, when the existing Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate will be combined into a single means and activity-tested payment called the Child Care Subsidy.
Both parents must work, study, volunteer or look for work for at least eight hours a fortnight to continue to get subsidies under the new system, which government modelling suggests will encourage 230,000 families to work more hours."

So i guess they will be affected by this? From their posts seems like they don't spend as much as before. I know YouTube don't pay as much as they used to as well.

Did they move house for lower rent? I know certain suburbs is half the price of other suburbs for rents.


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Lollll didn't even think about how CCS coming in would affect them. How does it work though that she (allegedly) home schools the older two? We're not affected by the changes (i study, hubby works full time, and according to them our or if pocket will stay the same) but i can imagine two non working parents is no longer encouraged (because goodness forgive they contribute to the economy beyond their constant consumerism at Ikea and Kmart... two fairly unethical stores in the vegan books)

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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby DoodleBop2 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 4:41 am

I wonder if they can claim YouTube is their job to avoid actually having to go get part-time jobs.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby Tulip24 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 5:38 am

I don’t think they moved for cheaper rent as I thought I heard Chloe say in the vlog (where she was showing the new house) that the rent there was dearer than what they were already paying. She did emphasise though that they would save money on fuel because they would be so much closer to everything that they do on a daily basis, yeah right, pull the other one Chloe. I honestly don’t know how they got that house though without a regular income coming in, surely they would be a huge financial risk to the owner.

I also highly doubt that an owner would allow her to remove the wallpaper after only 6 months into the lease, she really is full of herself these days and thinks the world revolves around her.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby freebeegal » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:13 pm

Hearing Chloe say ‘cheeky’ not once but twice in the new vlog is like nails on a chalkboard to me


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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby freebeegal » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:21 pm

Hearing Chloe say ‘cheeky’ not once but twice in the new vlog is like nails on a chalkboard to me


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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby freebeegal » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:21 pm

Hearing Chloe say ‘cheeky’ not once but twice in the new vlog is like nails on a chalkboard to me


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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby mamawombat » Wed Apr 11, 2018 4:09 pm

Tulip24 wrote:I don’t think they moved for cheaper rent as I thought I heard Chloe say in the vlog (where she was showing the new house) that the rent there was dearer than what they were already paying. She did emphasise though that they would save money on fuel because they would be so much closer to everything that they do on a daily basis, yeah right, pull the other one Chloe. I honestly don’t know how they got that house though without a regular income coming in, surely they would be a huge financial risk to the owner.

I also highly doubt that an owner would allow her to remove the wallpaper after only 6 months into the lease, she really is full of herself these days and thinks the world revolves around her.
With that many kids, they will get quite the government handout via Family Tax Benefit (something all Aussie families under a certain income receive), which makes them less of a liability to landlords. They would also get some rent assistance from Centrelink (I think max is $90/fortnight, but I could be wrong - it could be more with more kids).

I'm still curious about how they declare their YouTube income to centrelink and ATO. Even a friend who works at ATO couldn't give a good answer.

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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby missparzival » Wed Apr 11, 2018 4:32 pm

Watch the triplets get pulled out because their daycare.... oops sorry montessori bill will go sky high. I know once the triplets are in kindergarten they get a good amount of help again though. Maybe they are already getting that with them?
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby mamawombat » Wed Apr 11, 2018 4:42 pm

missparzival wrote:Watch the triplets get pulled out because their daycare.... oops sorry montessori bill will go sky high. I know once the triplets are in kindergarten they get a good amount of help again though. Maybe they are already getting that with them?
Once they're four they can go into a kindy program (so preschool in other states) run through a public school and it won't cost them a cent (beyond usual school activity fees and buying the uniform). Honestly saved us a fortune in child care/private preschool fees for my daughter when we moved to WA and discovered this Maybe they moved into a better school district??

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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby missparzival » Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:09 pm

mamawombat wrote:
missparzival wrote:Watch the triplets get pulled out because their daycare.... oops sorry montessori bill will go sky high. I know once the triplets are in kindergarten they get a good amount of help again though. Maybe they are already getting that with them?
Once they're four they can go into a kindy program (so preschool in other states) run through a public school and it won't cost them a cent (beyond usual school activity fees and buying the uniform). Honestly saved us a fortune in child care/private preschool fees for my daughter when we moved to WA and discovered this Maybe they moved into a better school district??

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Oh ok. When I was enrolling my girls in their new one it asked if I had three in the same year to get an extra bonus.
My daughter can enrol into our kindergarten (private school kindy) at 3 and do two years. I’m excited because it’s cheaper than daycare even though it’s private school ha.



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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby DoodleBop2 » Thu Apr 12, 2018 5:45 am

Think if some or all of the kids went to school Ro could get the housework done, Chloe could get the editing and admin for YouTube done they could have time to go on lunch dates - the children would be able to make friends separate from their siblings, have a well-rounded education, get messy with paints or something & everyone would be so much happier. Nah, let's keep "homeschooling" because who doesn't want to recite multiplication facts all day long or pretend to read at the park for a YouTube video.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby KiwiMama » Sun Apr 15, 2018 11:35 pm

"With one two year old there isn't sny other two year olds around to make being cheeky look so fun"

Ahem... Chloe... you might want to sit down for this. Most parents don't raise their children in isolated bubbles. Most 2 year olds spends hours and hours every week socializing with other kids their age (and younger/older). I know it might be a shock to you. But this situation is in no way unique to you and your hard hard triplets. My kids have picked up oodles of bad habits from friends
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby Bekkaz » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:20 am

KiwiMama wrote:"With one two year old there isn't sny other two year olds around to make being cheeky look so fun"

Ahem... Chloe... you might want to sit down for this. Most parents don't raise their children in isolated bubbles. Most 2 year olds spends hours and hours every week socializing with other kids their age (and younger/older). I know it might be a shock to you. But this situation is in no way unique to you and your hard hard triplets. My kids have picked up oodles of bad habits from friends


Nah, I think she's got a point! At 2 my kids didn't socialise much. They didn't enter kindy until 3. Not sure what USA or AU equivalent is but I'm talking the traditional kindy for 3-5yr olds where they go morning or afternoon (sometimes all day) term time only, play all day, have mat time with teachers singing or reading. Similar to what we would have done 30-40years ago. Not a daycare where they take from babies onwards and do nappy chances etc and not a preschool where they make it like a mini-school.
Kids at 2-4 can be damn hard work and I imagine 3 of your own would be really tiring as one would do something and the other 2 would think it's a good idea so copy. Then repeat! Kids also generally behave more in outside the home situations and play up more for parents.

My kids are 7 and 9, and even they sometimes join forces and egg each other one. I find that annoying and frustrating and hard (and often funny too) and that's with only 2 and also at an age where they can be reasoned with.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby KiwiMama » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:51 pm

Bekkaz wrote:
KiwiMama wrote:"With one two year old there isn't sny other two year olds around to make being cheeky look so fun"

Ahem... Chloe... you might want to sit down for this. Most parents don't raise their children in isolated bubbles. Most 2 year olds spends hours and hours every week socializing with other kids their age (and younger/older). I know it might be a shock to you. But this situation is in no way unique to you and your hard hard triplets. My kids have picked up oodles of bad habits from friends


Nah, I think she's got a point! At 2 my kids didn't socialise much. They didn't enter kindy until 3. Not sure what USA or AU equivalent is but I'm talking the traditional kindy for 3-5yr olds where they go morning or afternoon (sometimes all day) term time only, play all day, have mat time with teachers singing or reading. Similar to what we would have done 30-40years ago. Not a daycare where they take from babies onwards and do nappy chances etc and not a preschool where they make it like a mini-school.
Kids at 2-4 can be damn hard work and I imagine 3 of your own would be really tiring as one would do something and the other 2 would think it's a good idea so copy. Then repeat! Kids also generally behave more in outside the home situations and play up more for parents.

My kids are 7 and 9, and even they sometimes join forces and egg each other one. I find that annoying and frustrating and hard (and often funny too) and that's with only 2 and also at an age where they can be reasoned with.


My kids weren't in daycare at 2 either but we did playcenter which is kind of like a Kindy except you stay with your child, so they get all the benefits of ECE without it being a daycare and it's run by parents. Plus we did the music classes and had friends with kids the same ages and my kids both have cousins the same ages.

Also most kids are daycare kids because most parents these days have to return to work, most people don't get to live off of benefits and fake youtube careers. So I'd say the vast majority to 2 year olds spend oodles of time with kids their age and pick up all the bad habits. It's just a fact of life for most people.

Though honestly I feel like she's probably just having a pointless whinge anyway, there's less than a year between otto and evan and at one point before the trips she experienced having three toddlers at once, so she can't honestly think she's not dealt with this before. We've even seen the older three wind each other up in vlogs.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby storeynyx » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:06 pm

KiwiMama wrote:
Bekkaz wrote:
KiwiMama wrote:"With one two year old there isn't sny other two year olds around to make being cheeky look so fun"

Ahem... Chloe... you might want to sit down for this. Most parents don't raise their children in isolated bubbles. Most 2 year olds spends hours and hours every week socializing with other kids their age (and younger/older). I know it might be a shock to you. But this situation is in no way unique to you and your hard hard triplets. My kids have picked up oodles of bad habits from friends


Nah, I think she's got a point! At 2 my kids didn't socialise much. They didn't enter kindy until 3. Not sure what USA or AU equivalent is but I'm talking the traditional kindy for 3-5yr olds where they go morning or afternoon (sometimes all day) term time only, play all day, have mat time with teachers singing or reading. Similar to what we would have done 30-40years ago. Not a daycare where they take from babies onwards and do nappy chances etc and not a preschool where they make it like a mini-school.
Kids at 2-4 can be damn hard work and I imagine 3 of your own would be really tiring as one would do something and the other 2 would think it's a good idea so copy. Then repeat! Kids also generally behave more in outside the home situations and play up more for parents.

My kids are 7 and 9, and even they sometimes join forces and egg each other one. I find that annoying and frustrating and hard (and often funny too) and that's with only 2 and also at an age where they can be reasoned with.


My kids weren't in daycare at 2 either but we did playcenter which is kind of like a Kindy except you stay with your child, so they get all the benefits of ECE without it being a daycare and it's run by parents. Plus we did the music classes and had friends with kids the same ages and my kids both have cousins the same ages.

Also most kids are daycare kids because most parents these days have to return to work, most people don't get to live off of benefits and fake youtube careers. So I'd say the vast majority to 2 year olds spend oodles of time with kids their age and pick up all the bad habits. It's just a fact of life for most people.

Though honestly I feel like she's probably just having a pointless whinge anyway, there's less than a year between otto and evan and at one point before the trips she experienced having three toddlers at once, so she can't honestly think she's not dealt with this before. We've even seen the older three wind each other up in vlogs.

Regardless, most kids have either friends or siblings or cousins to egg them on. If you only have one kid and you don’t socialise much, maybe it’s a fair point, but otherwise, there’s always someone around influencing decisions - good, bad, or indifferent. The older boys would’ve been the same. Don’t tell me that Evan and Otto, being less than a year apart, never encouraged “cheekiness” in each other


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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby DoodleBop2 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:26 pm

Most of the triplets supposed cheekiness seems to simply be testing boundaries and having independent thoughts. Something most almost 3-year-olds are known for. Yes, having triplets is hard but it's like she practically already did triplets with the older 3 so she should be used to it and she's done 2 3 times already.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby KiwiMama » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:45 pm

She seems to be trying harder with their food lately. She's doing more vegan versions of normal foods for main meals. That trough style mash up everyone was upset about in one of the recent vlogs was a snack where as in the past she'd have called that dinner. I wonder if she's finally lisening to us, or a Dr has mentioned something or they just got bored with the avo-spinach grool
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby DoodleBop2 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:30 pm

Maybe the triplet refusing food [who was it Rufus or Henry] influenced them all to reject the gruel and that's why she's mad.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby KiwiMama » Wed Apr 18, 2018 3:54 pm

I laughed when she asked Ro how it was and he said he couldn't eat it fast enough. REAL FOOD! He got to eat REAL FOOD!
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby 123789s » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:09 pm

She took the bit out of the intro that had her and Ro in it.
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby ShudnaB3 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:44 am

123789s wrote:She took the bit out of the intro that had her and Ro in it.


Haha really? Good decision.

I haven't watched a vlog in awhile but I skipped towards the end of the latest where they're eating their vegan "butter chicken"...did she seriously say they used water rather than oil for sauteeing the onions, etc? Why would you remove that good fat and flavour when cooking for growing kids and a scrawny husband? It IS a step up from their gruel troughs for sure but it does give me that uncomfortable feeling that their veganism is all due to Chloe's own desire to diet/lose weight. :/ I have a friend who had micropreemie multiples who are still catching up as toddlers and they're all about bulking up meals with extra good fats. (Like, that curry would have definitely has the oil in and probably a good amount of coconut cream as well!) I don't get it...
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby spoiled2bits » Thu Apr 19, 2018 3:19 am

Omg her new ig pic

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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby ShudnaB3 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 4:35 am

spoiled2bits wrote:Omg her new ig pic

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Yikes. She sure is desperate to look like one of her toddlers. 115.00 for that cardigan. https://www.lazyoaf.com/products/lazy-o ... w-cardigan And look, hand wash only so Ro better be careful when he does her majesty's washing or it's gruel and no more vegan baked goods for him!
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Re: Chloe and Beans: The 5 Tries And The Girl - Part 6

Postby spoiled2bits » Thu Apr 19, 2018 4:39 am

Why is Ro missing from vlog mostly?

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