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    Parked at a shopping centre and noticed 2 13ish year old girls sitting on the grass outside maccas eating icecreams with their horses!!!!!!!! (Horse carrot anyone) I am so amazingly jealous, I would have loved to be able to ride my horse down to maccas as a kid. Hell I'd love to that now, I thought kids only rode horses to shops in books!!!


    What have you seen kids doing that makes you jealous?

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    A friend of mines daughter has the most amazing dolls house. Im so jealous and I love visiting because I play with it. I never had a dolls house as a child.

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    Yesterday I went to visit friends who just had a new baby and their 3 yr old has the most amazing array of toys ive ever seen, I got to play with play-do! it was so fun!!

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    that is so gorgeous can picture it in my mind.

    i always wanted an amazing tree house growing up.

    and the bush across the road was basically our playground.
    my son has kangaroos, possums, bandicoots, echidnas etc. (i do wildlife rescue), a trillion motorbikes to ride but it's all just so 'normal' for him.

    my childhood dream was to be a vet nurse - but (very long story) i get the privilege of volunteering with a wildlife shelter to help fulfill it.
    as for the treehouse - we don't have one per say, but do have a fabulous climbing tree instead

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    As I little girl, I desperately wanted to be a ballet dancer.
    I walk past a ballet studio on the way to the cafe and I find myself peering wistfully through the doors. If I'm walking past late enough, I'll catch the little ones leaving the studio and I can't help but imagine myself flouncing around, respledent in pink tulle.
    The closest I've come to realising my childhood dream is getting around in ballet flats.

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    All I wanted when I was little was a horse. I pestered and pestered for one but never got one

    When my dd was 4 she asked for a horse so I bought her one. She's now 9 and is a fantastic rider and her horse Blake is her best friend. I plan on stealing him after I have this baby lol.

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    I'm a horse girl too. Fortunately, my parents gave in and bought me a miniature horse when I was 11yo. They built him a little stable and everything! We lived in the suburbs so I walked him to the only paddock in the area and back home daily. It was about 3km away! I still have him now (shipped him to aussie when we moved here) but he now has a friend and lives with me on a nice 3.5 acre block I always said he would live to meet my children and he has. Hopefully he has a good few years left in him as he's still only 15yo.

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    15 is only middle aged. My daughters horse just turned 20 and is still going strong. A friend just recently had to put to sleep her horse that was 36 !! She was used as a lesson horse till she was 33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    15 is only middle aged. My daughters horse just turned 20 and is still going strong. A friend just recently had to put to sleep her horse that was 36 !! She was used as a lesson horse till she was 33.

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    That's why I said "only 15" Apparently the little ones live even longer than normal horses. Unless arthritis gets hold of him I'm thinking at least 35!

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