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    Hi girls

    Kismet - hope E is going ok with the speechy. I'm sure she will be fine.

    JFB - I'm happy AF doesn't show up these days, thanks to the Mirena. Just enjoy the time out's...lol

    Well I came in for a rant....so sorry in advance. So we moved up north for a nice lifestyle and a sea change, 6 weeks after we moved here DH brother moved here, I was not happy but we don't see much of him. Well yesterday DH ******* FATHER MOVED HERE. I cannot believe this has happened. I'm so stressed I feel sick. I can't stand his father nor his mother - they are divorced. So his father and step mother now ******* live here but get this. They say they miss our boys and wanted to b near them so they arrive yesterday at 11, they r in a cabin for a few days, Kade asked him to come over yesterday afternoon, his response, I need some time out and I'm at the pub, had to many beers to drive. OMFG I can't believe this $hit. I'm now arguing with DH who is in Sydney for work I'm just so ******* stressed. I feel like packing my bags and leaving, I can't take this $hit. I'm sorry girls but I need to tell someone and arguing with DH is not fair. He isn't happy about it either and did say I can't tell my father where to live. **** I hate my in laws

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    Amum- well that sucks, why would they all decide to move up, geez would they follow you to Timbucktoo! Get good at making excuses, ahh sorry not going to be home then.

    JFB - at least you're not going thru menopause, my SIL is suffering badly with it, she's pushing 50 and all I can think is I've 5 yrs to go, probably even less, yikes!

    Our meeting with the psychologist went pretty well, Evie was pretty relaxed with him, I was worried she wouldn't be because she often isn't with males she doesn't know. He said there are some red flags but doesn't think enough to be diagnosed with ASD, could be borderline and wants to see her for a few sessions, he's inclined to think her issues are emotionally driven, she's extremely sensitive and emotional, but I've always known that, he said we can work on it. So pretty good so far. She's been so delightful lately.

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    amum: omg I would have a ****fit if my in laws moved away near me...have they moved up from Sydney? It s a bit weird......and if they dont know anybody I guess they will be around a LOT.....did your DH know they were moving?

    kismet: that's good news that the psch doesn't think she actually has ASD.....my friends kid got assessed at a sensory clinic? as his daycare noticed he was very emotional and sensitive and she knew he was like that....there was a thread about that today, some book about highly sensitive children...might be worth a read....

    well speaking of trouble....E is such a headstrong thing....terrible 2s already....everyday she is at daycare we get a report of her antics....this morning the carer said" gee she is a handful" and then later she was apparently chasing the chicken trying to pull its feathers out....I was labelled a 'naughty child" and I think she is going the same way......

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    JFB - that is hilarious about E, I can just imagine her chasing that chook lol
    No we didn't know they were moving, at first they were going to Melbourne then they were staying in Sydney then next thing they are fing here. DH isn't happy either, he works away so I'm here on my own. His father rang home and my mobile all day yesterday, I didn't answer. They wanted to stay here this weekend as they move into their unit on Monday, DH told them to find other accommodation, he is great like that, he does take my side but its still his father. I've laid down the law, not helping them with anything, they are not popping round, get your own god dam life.

    Kismet - that is fantastic news about E, you must feel some relief. So happy for you.

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    Hi girls, Sorry I've been MIA so long, I couldn't log in due to technical issues, and have finally gained access. It's been so hard reading the thread updates and not being able to reply .

    So here goes:

    Kismet - I'm glad E is getting support and that the prognosis is good. Kids are all so different, and I think there is a danger at labelling prematurely. E is young and it takes years for behaviours to be genuinely confirmed as related to a specific cause/condition. A lot of kids just grow out of things, but the assessment is useful for ensuring she has support where she needs it

    JFB - Your daughter like you? No! LMAO. I think that is really cute. You have turned out fine, so I'm sure she will be (apart from wearing out a few carers and teachers along the way). She sounds like one feisty, gutsy chick

    Amum - OMG My ex's parents were like that which is one of the main reasons I left him (as well as the fact that as we were TTC he changed his mind because he said 'I don't want to share you with a baby. You'll have less time for me'. This from a divorced father of 2 kids who had shared custody). I'm glad your DH is supportive and firm with them. It will make all the difference to how their move North effects your family. As long as you stick together and keep those walls up, you will be fine I'm soooooo glad I don't have inlaws now.

    AFM - Stella just turned 18mths old, and I love her beyond belief. We saw her hip specialist a few weeks ago and she is now brace free Believe it or not her hip is still dislocated but the bone is growing in the right direction and we have a follow up appointment in a year because bone grows so slowly. She started walking at 14 mths, and I caught her trying to climb the 2 mtr hall stand today Making up for lost time.

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    Hi

    Milli, thats great to hear about stella being out of the brace.... I read that u are hoping to start ttc for a sibling soon ...good luck!

    Amum, hope those relo's arent driving u nuts!

    Kismet, hope evie is going ok.

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    Hi girls

    Millie - That is great news about Stella, she will be on the move well and truly now.

    JFB - How's it going with the a&*hole father in law, well I'm stressed all the time, I've told DH he is practically barred from my house. He rang on Sunday wanting to come over, I didn't answer the phone and DH was asleep with a hangover. DH asked me if I wanted to have a look at his fathers unit next weekend, I said no, just take the kids. God I'm so f$@@ peed off. I just don't know how to live here without him pi$$ing me off all the time. Any advice would be great. I think if I don't lay eyes on him and tell DH he is not to come to the house it might be bareable.
    You have no idea how much I hate his parents, a terrible thing to say but it's true.

    Hello to everyone, hope you are all having lovely stress free lives 😊

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    Hi Ladies!

    Verrryy quiet here, I had to look a bit harder to find this thread , hope everyone is ok.

    Millie - great news Stella is out of the brace, it must be a huge relief and so much easier going now. She walked earlier than E did, good on her.

    JFB - sounds like E is quite a character.

    Amum - hope you're not driving up the wall yet. Just don't make yourself available.

    Well I'm another year older.....45 eeek! How did that happen! can't believe I'm that number. I got a bit depressed about the fact I'm still single and put myself on RSVP, omg not off to a good start...one guy told me I was fat, well I gave him a serve and told him good luck with your search because you're going to need it *********. No luck yet, lots of very creepy men looking up my profile at like 3am though. Will just have to sift through the dodgy ones.

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    Hi girls

    Kismet - I'm sure there are some freaks online but I just had to tell u about 2 people I know, 1 is a girlfriend of mine, late 30's pushing 40, she met the guy she is with now online and has just had his baby, she is really happy. She is also a divorcee with an 11 year old son.

    Another is our neighbour, he met his girlfriend online and she is just about to move in with him, she is lovely.
    So don't give up, you just never know who might me out there, just don't let them know where u live until u know for sure they are "normal" lol, I know you won't buy I just want you to b careful.

    Well as for the ahole in law, I HAVEN'T SEEN HIM woooo hooo. DH is keeping him away from me, I think DH will take the boys to see him this weekend, I won't be going. It's rather easy though as DH is away all week so weekends are always busy for us going out and doing things so no time for that ahole. Thank god.

    I hope you meet someone really nice online, hey if you don't try you will never know..

    Hello to everyone, hope you are all ok.

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    Hi everyone

    I haven't posted in a looooong time so apologies as I've probably (definitely) missed a lot.

    I'm back at work now 2 days a week. Astrid is 7.5 months old (where did that go???). Unfortunately she's still in a brace for her hips. She was in one around 6 weeks til 12 weeks then she was fine but her 7 month xray showed a new problem so back in she went. Happened the week I went back to work so was devastated. She's ok in it during the day but won't sleep in it (she's a tummy sleeper) and doesn't fit in the high chair in it so we're taking it on and off all day. Cannot wait for the heat to leave as it adds quite a bit of weight to her at this age. she's in it til 10 months then we see if things have improved.

    Millie what sort of brace was Stella in?

    PW - I don't think I've congratulated you. Such happy news.

    Sorry I'll have to read back to catch up. Life is very busy now with at school full time (and all the after school activities that go with that) and Marc's now at preschool 2 days a week which he loves.

    Got to go - kids looking for me.


 

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