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    No, between my parents & DH's parents they live in 4 different countries on 3 continents!


    My little munchkin due May 2012! So to keep me busy till then, I'm learning how to use my iPhone.

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    We live around the corner from my parents and about 5-10 minutes away from dh's parents! We see them both a couple of times a week, it's great! We don't get our three kids babysat very often but it's nice to know they are there if we need them! I couldn't imagine being away from my mum.

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    We live 2 streets from mil but we don't see her all that much-we generally visit her maybe once in 3 months??
    My parents live about an hour away and I see them heaps!!
    My mum drives to put house 4days a week to look after dd while I work and dh is at work.
    Then I will generally try and catch up with them on the weekend so my dad can see dd too. I spose I am quite good friends with my parents


    Sent from my iPhone using Bub Hub-that's why it's full of bad grammar and spelling mistakes!

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    I live 12hours away from my family and friends. My DH is 5 mins away from his family. I'm just lucky that his family treat me so equally.

    But I miss my family a lot.


    Sent from my iPhone using Bub Hub app


 

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