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  1. #21
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    Feb 2013
    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Yes it will and they get used to it I promise x
    Thanks. I'm so worried and I can't wait for things to get better. I feel like I'm not going to cope already. I won't see her in the morning then I'll only have about an hour or two with her before she goes to bed

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    You're being a fantastic mum by doing what you need to in order to provide for her and pay the bills. They won't pay themselves.

    It will be hard at first but you will get through it x

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