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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy Melon View Post
    We are the wheelie bin dwelling, coffee table owning, downlight having bogans of fluff
    Proud of it too

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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Lumpy Melon View Post
    Poor jackar.se!!!

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    It's all good now! I can wear regular shoes and boots, so I don't look like a bogan any more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakois View Post
    You have my complete sympathy. I injured my ankle last week and was wearing THONGS, because I couldn't get my boots/shoes on. Thongs are completely ok in summer, but not for Victorias winter.
    Yup, same same for Canberra winter. Mind you I've enjoyed seeing my strappy sandals again, I was sick of the sight of ballet flats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    You know what's stupid? They don't seem to make bedsocks for boys. Maybe I'm just not looking in the right places
    Maybe you need to learn to knit :P

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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Yup, same same for Canberra winter. Mind you I've enjoyed seeing my strappy sandals again, I was sick of the sight of ballet flats.
    The bonus of living in NQ

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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    Yup, same same for Canberra winter. Mind you I've enjoyed seeing my strappy sandals again, I was sick of the sight of ballet flats.
    Lol - I wore sandals and thongs all winter when I was pregnant in Canberra I must have looked insane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    Lol - I wore sandals and thongs all winter when I was pregnant in Canberra I must have looked insane!
    My feet turn into little shoeless puddings when I'm pregnant, but luckily my internal temperature goes up a good 2 degrees at the same time!

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    Default Re: The bacon fence 7.0

    Hello fluffies!

    Anyone want a 2 year old with a diva-tude and a 5 month old who has decided sleep is for pansies?

    I seriously can not leave the house for even 5 minutes. I went to the shops today to pick up my neckkace that I had to get fixed... both of them screamed in the car. 2 yr old, screamed at me to get out of the pram, then screamed at me to get back in. Then screamed for me to carry "bubba", then screamed cos she wanted it back.

    5 month old, got fed before leaving, happy as a pig in you know what. Place in car, scream. Carried in sling at shops. Scream. Put in pram. Scream. Carried in arms. Scream.

    I am going to lose my $@#t! I can't be a hermit. I need to get out of the house. Even if we go to the park, they both scream at me. At home, they are both (mostly) fine... WTF?!?!

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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Turk EnJayDee View Post
    Hello fluffies!

    Anyone want a 2 year old with a diva-tude and a 5 month old who has decided sleep is for pansies?

    I seriously can not leave the house for even 5 minutes. I went to the shops today to pick up my neckkace that I had to get fixed... both of them screamed in the car. 2 yr old, screamed at me to get out of the pram, then screamed at me to get back in. Then screamed for me to carry "bubba", then screamed cos she wanted it back.

    5 month old, got fed before leaving, happy as a pig in you know what. Place in car, scream. Carried in sling at shops. Scream. Put in pram. Scream. Carried in arms. Scream.

    I am going to lose my $@#t! I can't be a hermit. I need to get out of the house. Even if we go to the park, they both scream at me. At home, they are both (mostly) fine... WTF?!?!

    Sent from my GT-I9300T using BubHub
    Jeepers! That's full on!!!

    No real advice for you other than 'stay strong'!!!!

    It does my head in when just DS is like that!

    I just try and remember why I luff him so much lol!

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    Default The bacon fence 7.0

    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    My feet turn into little shoeless puddings when I'm pregnant, but luckily my internal temperature goes up a good 2 degrees at the same time!
    Hehehe shoeless puddings!

    That's a funny sight to imagine


 

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