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    We have "cake yes more"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobblermummy View Post
    We have "cake yes more"
    That's my girl.

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    So much to catch up on!
    Mr K is 5 next week! Hes loving kinder, we have a huge party planned at the inflatable world. (15 kids 4-5yrs old! ) i may be a bit crazy

    Mr R was 11months last week, and is WALKING. He says mum dad nan and bub..he sleeps worse now than as a newborn, claps, gives high 5, loves throwing balls (and cups of water out of the bath onto the floor)...umm lol Loves his solids and thats about it.

    No real news here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    So much to catch up on!
    Mr K is 5 next week! Hes loving kinder, we have a huge party planned at the inflatable world. (15 kids 4-5yrs old! ) i may be a bit crazy

    Mr R was 11months last week, and is WALKING. He says mum dad nan and bub..he sleeps worse now than as a newborn, claps, gives high 5, loves throwing balls (and cups of water out of the bath onto the floor)...umm lol Loves his solids and thats about it.

    No real news here!
    Wow walking! That's awesome! DD started walking a month ago lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    What a cherub - with a wiggly cutie-patootie is sounds! Let's hope for some smooth-sailing from here on in.

    After not landing the ideal job for our family last year and having finished studying, I am now currently working for nothing at work 1 day a week and fitting in an extra 2 days of work at home. Let's hope it's not all for nothing...even though it currently is

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    Why is it all for nothing little ted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    Why is it all for nothing little ted?
    I am technically unemployed. I pay for care so that I can go and work for nothing financially. Mentally it is something, but then being ready for work and having no one want you is also a strange feeling as I have never had problems getting work before. I pretty much have to prove myself in order to get work but the leadership has been so removed from my dept. that they had/have no idea. FIL thinks I should go and be a little more upfront. Just trying to think of reasons as to why I'd be hanging around admin ...and working at the same time!I'm experienced which works strongly against someone in my profession.

    Did that answer the question?

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    Hi 🖖🏾🙆🏿👯❤️❤️
    Happy Mother's Day everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Hi 🖖🏾🙆🏿👯❤️❤️
    Happy Mother's Day everyone.
    Happy Mother's Day to you too and all the other mummas in here xx much love!

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