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    I hate Jimmy Giggle so much! He just fills me with irrational rage.

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    Am I the only sahm who struggles to string a sentence together in the company of grown ups??

    I feel like the crazy scatter brain with all the kids at the park every time 😕

    My 3 kids screaming at each other, me, other kids, sticks, bugs whatever else they see *really* doesn't help!

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    So exhausted. Too exhausted to put DS to bed. And of course DH isn't home tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It was a one of that she looked after her and it was a huge favour to me so I don't want to upset her. A teaspoon of sugar isn't worth her thinking I don't appreciate her help.

    I have another not so serious vent. My daughter goes to daycare 2 days per week with a child who also does an extra curricular activity with her. The mum and I see each other twice a week at daycare drop off then for an hour long class, yet she won't acknowledge me! I smile and say "morning" in passing at daycare and she won't even return the smile!
    She could be very shy/ socially anxious?

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    DH left for work at 5am and woke up DS in the process...gah!!! Need more sleep!

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    I am not a mum of children now but a mum of adults !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    I am not a mum of children now but a mum of adults !!!
    Hugs. I cannot imagine how strange it feels for you.

    But you are now a grandmother to a fabulous little boy and you have every right to be proud of your adult children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Hugs. I cannot imagine how strange it feels for you.

    But you are now a grandmother to a fabulous little boy and you have every right to be proud of your adult children.
    Thank you. Yes I'm truly blessed and have raised 2 amazing ppl to be adults. And in my heart they both are still my babies. Just seems surreal that I now have adults..

    Thank you for your kind words

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It was a one of that she looked after her and it was a huge favour to me so I don't want to upset her. A teaspoon of sugar isn't worth her thinking I don't appreciate her help.

    I have another not so serious vent. My daughter goes to daycare 2 days per week with a child who also does an extra curricular activity with her. The mum and I see each other twice a week at daycare drop off then for an hour long class, yet she won't acknowledge me! I smile and say "morning" in passing at daycare and she won't even return the smile!
    that's just rude. it would really pee me off as well. I'd stop bothering saying hi/smiling. clearly not worth the effort!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    She could be very shy/ socially anxious?
    too shy/anxious to smile?


 

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