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    Thanks for sharing, more please!

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    Yes, Dad and I running through LAX for the connecting flight to Denver (on our way to Canada) as our names were being called out over the loud speaker. NOT our fault, our connecting flight arrived late and we had all that customs part to go through which held us up. Very embarrassing to get on the plane with all eyes on us, knowing that we were the reason for the later take off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Very embarrassing to get on the plane with all eyes on us, knowing that we were the reason for the later take off
    At least they were prepared to hold the plane down for a little bit longer for you

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    Yes, arriving in Sydney and transferring to international checking in to be told we had to follow her straight away don't think they had seen such a smoozle, toddler jogging (trying to make sure he didn't touch the duty free gear) dp carrying backpack and carry on bag and I had dd in the ergo, we were knackered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    Yes just last week - to give my husband the two dummies I had in my pocket for the baby. Thought it was cruel to let them board the plane without.
    Oh yes, very cruel!

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    I went travelling overseas and my ex boyfriend (FOB) was meeting me in Malta. We hadnt seen each other for 6 months so as soon as he come through the door, i jumped the fence and ran after him and had the biggest movie moment...... my travelling partner has it all on video too

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    My DS ran to me open arms for a hug when he got off the plane this morning. I felt like a rockstar mummy (and then promptly burst into tears cause I missed him so much!)

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    yes DH did.
    A couple of weeks ago, he and DD flew to dublin..
    said goodbye and was in tears..DD was hysterical..

    walked away with Beryl , sobbing....and go to the doors and heard...Dh calling me, and look around to see he and Agnes bolting towards me..

    started to run to them and threw myself in to DH's arms, sobbing..about how much I would miss them...

    he pried me off and said..oh sorry honey I have your car keys...thats why i came back.

    Oh right..yes ok thanks..see ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishtyban View Post
    yes DH did.
    A couple of weeks ago, he and DD flew to dublin..
    said goodbye and was in tears..DD was hysterical..

    walked away with Beryl , sobbing....and go to the doors and heard...Dh calling me, and look around to see he and Agnes bolting towards me..

    started to run to them and threw myself in to DH's arms, sobbing..about how much I would miss them...

    he pried me off and said..oh sorry honey I have your car keys...thats why i came back.

    Oh right..yes ok thanks..see ya.
    Im so sorry, but I had a little chuckle when I read this one. What a classic. Something to use as blackmail in the future


 

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