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Thu May 28, 2020 11:55 pm
Did you see her post in instagram where she wrote that they were planning on two more babies anyway, because of the age gap?
Yeah, I am quite surprised that it hasn't been discussed on here already.
Reading that post makes me glad it's twins, because what if it was just one baby and after that she got pregnant with twins or triplets?
Let's hope that after this pregnancy she'll stop haha.
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Jamie_123 wrote:
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Commonlove wrote:
Thu May 28, 2020 11:55 pm
Did you see her post in instagram where she wrote that they were planning on two more babies anyway, because of the age gap?
Yeah, I am quite surprised that it hasn't been discussed on here already.
Reading that post makes me glad it's twins, because what if it was just one baby and after that she got pregnant with twins or triplets?
Let's hope that after this pregnancy she'll stop haha.
Or she could just have two more? 😅 Let's not forget that she's only 26 (?) A lot of people are just starting to have children at her age! She has at the very least another 10 years of fertility, possibly even 20 years! With their history of multiples, I don't even want to imagine how many kids they could end up having. 😣
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Her latest video was just an insincere plug for a product they’ve obviously never even used before they were offered it for free by the company in exchange for advertising. Tips for homeschooling kids. Yeah right. Tip no one: Buy this product which is actually educational but we don’t use regularly because we don’t actually care about education. Tips 2-5: Buy your kids toys and books from our store and leave the rest of their education up to them. There was literally no content in that video that any parent finding themselves homeschooling during lockdown would find useful. Her advice was just to do nothing.
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Can't believe she's pregnant again!! I haven't been on YouTube for months and I just went on and the twin pregnancy update was on the front page i was shocked! I hope at least one of them is a girl so she stops having kids!!!

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Cut out some of the middle convo, but really? “I wish I knew”??? Aren’t twins automatically high risk? Even if you have a vaginal delivery don’t they also usually do it in the OR just in case they need to do an emergency caesarian? In what world would a high risk VBAC be allowed at home, Chloe? She’s delusional.


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Cut out some of the middle convo, but the context was her saying she can’t have a home delivery with the twins.

But really?? “I wish I knew”??? Aren’t twins automatically high risk? Even if you have a vaginal delivery don’t they also usually do it in the OR just in case they need to do an emergency caesarian? In what world would a high risk VBAC be allowed at home, Chloe? She’s delusional.


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wendigo wrote:Image
Cut out some of the middle convo, but the context was her saying she can’t have a home delivery with the twins.

But really?? “I wish I knew”??? Aren’t twins automatically high risk? Even if you have a vaginal delivery don’t they also usually do it in the OR just in case they need to do an emergency caesarian? In what world would a high risk VBAC be allowed at home, Chloe? She’s delusional.


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Sorry for the double post, first one didn’t go through, but I guess it did, haha


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wendigo wrote:Image
Cut out some of the middle convo, but the context was her saying she can’t have a home delivery with the twins.

But really?? “I wish I knew”??? Aren’t twins automatically high risk? Even if you have a vaginal delivery don’t they also usually do it in the OR just in case they need to do an emergency caesarian? In what world would a high risk VBAC be allowed at home, Chloe? She’s delusional.


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I worked in a maternity hospital and I'm not surprised no legit midwife would want to take her on to have a home birth with twins. It's just too risky. The majority of the twin births that happened where I worked that were attempted vaginally usually ended up in theatre, and a lot of the time the babies ended up in NICU.

I don't know why she would even consider a Vbac twin birth or think that anyone legit would take her on.

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PigeonOfLondon wrote:
wendigo wrote:Image
Cut out some of the middle convo, but the context was her saying she can’t have a home delivery with the twins.

But really?? “I wish I knew”??? Aren’t twins automatically high risk? Even if you have a vaginal delivery don’t they also usually do it in the OR just in case they need to do an emergency caesarian? In what world would a high risk VBAC be allowed at home, Chloe? She’s delusional.


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I worked in a maternity hospital and I'm not surprised no legit midwife would want to take her on to have a home birth with twins. It's just too risky. The majority of the twin births that happened where I worked that were attempted vaginally usually ended up in theatre, and a lot of the time the babies ended up in NICU.

I don't know why she would even consider a Vbac twin birth or think that anyone legit would take her on.

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Im in New Zealand and to have a home birth it is suggested that you dont do this for:
your first baby
Multiples
VBAC
Or in any instance that previous complicated pregnancies
If you have needed an epidural previously
If you have failed to progress previously


She has had babies before, but has had a csection for multiples who had major complications (IGUR), and she is pregnant with multiples again ImageImageImage

God help us if she tried an unassisted vbac home birth. She will kill them all.
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Unless it has changed, there is only one hospital in Perth where they specialise in twins/multiple births.

The birthday post for Ro was nauseating.

8 kids are a lot. But I recently discovered Mel from Yes They're all Ours and she is expecting baby number 12! I know, it's their choice, but that's too many. I sort of feel that at some point the government needs to stop being so generous with the family payments and cut people off after so many kids.
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Malinda and Erik from Yes They’re All Ours are good parents, though. You can’t really compare them to Chloe and Ro. Yeah, 12 kids is A LOT of kids (and none of them are multiples), but they didn’t do it for social media like Chloe does. Yes they’d get family tax benefits like any other family in Australia, but they aren’t on any kind of benefits. Erik works and studies nights to be a teacher, and they’ve sent all their children to a private school and seem to really care about their education and interests and opportunities. Their kids are polite, well-educated and well-adjusted. They don’t force them to be in front of the camera, or force them to dress or look a certain way unlike how Chloe practically scripts what Evan and Otto say in vlogs and dresses all the kids according to her own taste and her own matchy matchy OCD where each kid is assigned a colour. Seriously, the first video of Erik and Malinda’s I saw I thought the same “wow that’s a lot of kids and they have no space and their house is so messy” and I preferred the aesthetic of all the Instagram mommies, but I was so wrong. All the Instagram mommies have turned out to either be bad parents or some of them are just straight up cults, whereas the more I saw of Erik and Malinda’s parenting the more I saw they were wonderful parents and I’d keep having kids too if mine were that great. Yeah, they live in a house that’s too small for them and there’s stuff everywhere, but that’s because they’ve chosen to live close to the city where their kids will have opportunities for further education and careers as they get older. The kids all have normal names and normal clothes and eat normal food. They’re genuinely happy and cared for (when they had less kids they even used to foster children). I know it’s unusual and kind of crazy to have kids but honestly I think they just love kids 🤷‍♀️
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Malinda and Erik from Yes They’re All Ours are good parents, though. You can’t really compare them to Chloe and Ro. Yeah, 12 kids is A LOT of kids (and none of them are multiples), but they didn’t do it for social media like Chloe does. Yes they’d get family tax benefits like any other family in Australia, but they aren’t on any kind of benefits. Erik works and studies nights to be a teacher, and they’ve sent all their children to a private school and seem to really care about their education and interests and opportunities. Their kids are polite, well-educated and well-adjusted. They don’t force them to be in front of the camera, or force them to dress or look a certain way unlike how Chloe practically scripts what Evan and Otto say in vlogs and dresses all the kids according to her own taste and her own matchy matchy OCD where each kid is assigned a colour. Seriously, the first video of Erik and Malinda’s I saw I thought the same “wow that’s a lot of kids and they have no space and their house is so messy” and I preferred the aesthetic of all the Instagram mommies, but I was so wrong. All the Instagram mommies have turned out to either be bad parents or some of them are just straight up cults, whereas the more I saw of Erik and Malinda’s parenting the more I saw they were wonderful parents and I’d keep having kids too if mine were that great. Yeah, they live in a house that’s too small for them and there’s stuff everywhere, but that’s because they’ve chosen to live close to the city where their kids will have opportunities for further education and careers as they get older. The kids all have normal names and normal clothes and eat normal food. They’re genuinely happy and cared for (when they had less kids they even used to foster children). I know it’s unusual and kind of crazy to have kids but honestly I think they just love kids 🤷‍♀️
I’m sorry but I don’t agree.
I think those are too many kids. And whether people want to admit it or not, there is a point where you are not physically able to care for and handle so many kids.
And then older kids start to care for younger ones, and I know that is how things used to be in the past, but now that society has evolved we must ask ourselves if that is fair.
Your older kids did not ask for this. Also, the younger ones will have a childhood and teenage years free of child caring or baby sitting, but the older ones didn’t.

Leaving money issues aside (which I think matter), I think it’s selfish to have a lot of kids close in age. Because you can’t care for all of them, you start neglecting them. Because you’re still one person with 24 hours in a day and 2 hands.
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Gigi7 wrote:
NotHateButUhh wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 3:12 am
Malinda and Erik from Yes They’re All Ours are good parents, though. You can’t really compare them to Chloe and Ro. Yeah, 12 kids is A LOT of kids (and none of them are multiples), but they didn’t do it for social media like Chloe does. Yes they’d get family tax benefits like any other family in Australia, but they aren’t on any kind of benefits. Erik works and studies nights to be a teacher, and they’ve sent all their children to a private school and seem to really care about their education and interests and opportunities. Their kids are polite, well-educated and well-adjusted. They don’t force them to be in front of the camera, or force them to dress or look a certain way unlike how Chloe practically scripts what Evan and Otto say in vlogs and dresses all the kids according to her own taste and her own matchy matchy OCD where each kid is assigned a colour. Seriously, the first video of Erik and Malinda’s I saw I thought the same “wow that’s a lot of kids and they have no space and their house is so messy” and I preferred the aesthetic of all the Instagram mommies, but I was so wrong. All the Instagram mommies have turned out to either be bad parents or some of them are just straight up cults, whereas the more I saw of Erik and Malinda’s parenting the more I saw they were wonderful parents and I’d keep having kids too if mine were that great. Yeah, they live in a house that’s too small for them and there’s stuff everywhere, but that’s because they’ve chosen to live close to the city where their kids will have opportunities for further education and careers as they get older. The kids all have normal names and normal clothes and eat normal food. They’re genuinely happy and cared for (when they had less kids they even used to foster children). I know it’s unusual and kind of crazy to have kids but honestly I think they just love kids Image
I’m sorry but I don’t agree.
I think those are too many kids. And whether people want to admit it or not, there is a point where you are not physically able to care for and handle so many kids.
And then older kids start to care for younger ones, and I know that is how things used to be in the past, but now that society has evolved we must ask ourselves if that is fair.
Your older kids did not ask for this. Also, the younger ones will have a childhood and teenage years free of child caring or baby sitting, but the older ones didn’t.

Leaving money issues aside (which I think matter), I think it’s selfish to have a lot of kids close in age. Because you can’t care for all of them, you start neglecting them. Because you’re still one person with 24 hours in a day and 2 hands.
I have three kids and work part time to full time hours (30-40/ week). I even find it hard to juggle my time evenly between three kids. Anymore and they’d be one “unit” vs individuals. Image

Eg: chloe has a singleton, two that are the same age for days/weeks in a year and triplets. Now twins. Each are in their own “group”.
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NotHateButUhh wrote:Malinda and Erik from Yes They’re All Ours are good parents, though. You can’t really compare them to Chloe and Ro. Yeah, 12 kids is A LOT of kids (and none of them are multiples), but they didn’t do it for social media like Chloe does. Yes they’d get family tax benefits like any other family in Australia, but they aren’t on any kind of benefits. Erik works and studies nights to be a teacher, and they’ve sent all their children to a private school and seem to really care about their education and interests and opportunities. Their kids are polite, well-educated and well-adjusted. They don’t force them to be in front of the camera, or force them to dress or look a certain way unlike how Chloe practically scripts what Evan and Otto say in vlogs and dresses all the kids according to her own taste and her own matchy matchy OCD where each kid is assigned a colour. Seriously, the first video of Erik and Malinda’s I saw I thought the same “wow that’s a lot of kids and they have no space and their house is so messy” and I preferred the aesthetic of all the Instagram mommies, but I was so wrong. All the Instagram mommies have turned out to either be bad parents or some of them are just straight up cults, whereas the more I saw of Erik and Malinda’s parenting the more I saw they were wonderful parents and I’d keep having kids too if mine were that great. Yeah, they live in a house that’s too small for them and there’s stuff everywhere, but that’s because they’ve chosen to live close to the city where their kids will have opportunities for further education and careers as they get older. The kids all have normal names and normal clothes and eat normal food. They’re genuinely happy and cared for (when they had less kids they even used to foster children). I know it’s unusual and kind of crazy to have kids but honestly I think they just love kids Image
If they’re getting family tax, they are getting benefits.
Not every Australian family gets it. I don’t. Both my husband and I don’t qualify as our income is too high. Not complaining at all, but just pointing out that they still get government welfare and not everyone does.
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Just saw her new video teaser and nooooooo not more beds?!?!!
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With Malinda and Erik they do seem like good parents and Erik at least as a job. There house is chaotic, but with all those kids. it's somewhat expected. I remember Mal said in one q&a that's what they wanted, to have a big family. For me that's too many kids, while they may or may not be receiving family benefits. There's still the burden as someone has already mentioned that the older kids have to look after the younger kids.

Anyway. Sorry I didn't mean to put so much focus on Mal in Chloe's thread.
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Just saw her new video teaser and nooooooo not more beds?!?!!
No they bought some storage drawers for the boys and triplets rooms.
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She looks almost full term at 20 weeks....yikes
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What are they all wearing? I swear their clothing choices get worse with every video. Chloe looks like she’s been dragged backwards through the 80’s Image

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Chatabox wrote:
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What are they all wearing? I swear their clothing choices get worse with every video. Chloe looks like she’s been dragged backwards through the 80’s Image

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Agreed, their clothes are awful and the all look so dirty and unkept all the time. It’s not cute anymore, to me it borders on neglect. In another vlog she said the kids only own one pair of shoes and they have those for approximately 12 months before they replace them, either her children cram their feet into shoes to small or she buys them a size or two bigger at the start. Their feet will be so bad in adulthood, my kids often went up multiple sizes in one year, so are their kids that malnourished that they don’t grow fast ??
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I like and hate their clothing choices. The colourful tops and overalls look quite disgusting but in a cute way that might be nice for kids to wear at home etc. But it's just tooo much matching of coloured clothing. Good thing those kids don't go to school because sadly I think the older ones would be walking targets dressed like that and with hair so unkempt looking. Shouldn't be like that but let's face it, it is.

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Agree. I actually used to like the way she dressed her children back when the triplets were babies. It was a nice break from the usual instamum thing of muted tones and dusty pink etc. She used to pick nice things from target and bonds etc and they looked really nice. Then she suddenly decided to make clothing one of her gimmicks and it's now like she goes out of her way to find the gaudiest patterns she can and clash colours together as much as possible. She didn't use to dress that way herself either, but now she has styled herself the same way. Also she spends so much on clothes. A lot of the clothes are now designer brands so for the cost of a sweatshirt she could get several pairs of shoes. But those kids have had those slip on vans for so long they look terrible and must have no grip left in them. I would be really surprised if they still fit. My own daughter is a month younger than the triplets and has gone up several half sizes this year. She must buy them too big which is terrible for their feet. They were a poor choice of footwear for young children anyway, no support. But hey.... rainbows and fashionable labels....
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Minimalist lmao.
How much furniture have those kids been through?
She’s the opposite of minimalist.
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sezzajaydee wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 11:56 pm
Minimalist lmao.
How much furniture have those kids been through?
She’s the opposite of minimalist.
Minimalist Chloe and Her Rainbow Beans 😂

I almost typed beds instead of beans. lol
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I used to like the way she dressed her kids because she dressed them like KIDS, not Tiny Adults. But, at the very least, the three oldest are WAY too old for it now. And I don't know why Evan only seems to wear those green overalls, at first I thought she was just using pics from the same photoshoot on insta but then I saw him wearing them multiple days on YouTube too. I hope it's his choice and not because her doesn't have any other pants. (Kids can be weird, he genuinely might love them)

At the very least she could get them a couple pairs of jeans and sweatpants to go with the weird shirts. (I like some of the prints, but it's just too much, too often, on too old kids) Heck, at this point I'd be happy with the black leggings she used to buy in the girls section.
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sezzajaydee wrote:
Fri Jul 03, 2020 11:56 pm
Minimalist lmao.
How much furniture have those kids been through?
She’s the opposite of minimalist.
She likes the idea of being minimalist, but she isn't one. ;)
monkey_crazy wrote:
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Minimalist Chloe and Her Rainbow Beans 😂

I almost typed beds instead of beans. lol
That would still apply! :lol: So many beds, so little time. :D
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I used to like the way she dressed her kids because she dressed them like KIDS, not Tiny Adults. But, at the very least, the three oldest are WAY too old for it now. And I don't know why Evan only seems to wear those green overalls, at first I thought she was just using pics from the same photoshoot on insta but then I saw him wearing them multiple days on YouTube too. I hope it's his choice and not because her doesn't have any other pants. (Kids can be weird, he genuinely might love them)

At the very least she could get them a couple pairs of jeans and sweatpants to go with the weird shirts. (I like some of the prints, but it's just too much, too often, on too old kids) Heck, at this point I'd be happy with the black leggings she used to buy in the girls section.
I don't like her clothing, nor the kids' clothing. I just don't like the styles. But you're right, she could at least tell/guide the older children to wear a plain bottom or top.
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