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    Lol thanks I have learned to be super organised !! We have charts up on the walls to know what days are where with who. I work from home and occasionally at the office but I work for my mum so I can take sick kids with me. I think on principle she wouldn't let me look after them without him. I have done in the past anyway but that's on his time not hers!
    Ps I love this app! This is our weekend with all kids so this app makes it super easy to hop on and check it all out

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    ah ok ! and they say it's all about the kids....pfft

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    You sound amazing and ditto being as careful not to cause a scene if you are spotted at school. I feel sad when its mums turn the kids miss out on all the after school activities what a waste of money! I agree with the others when baby no 5 is born your dps children will be ignored etc, and more of a chance to care for them at yours in a loving and caring home.


 

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