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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    If I get worse, we may have to.
    This is pretty disgusting but I'm pretty sure to tests for it they need a stool sample. If you have any action come from there can you take a sample and head to an after hours GP, or ask the home doctor about testing a sample. Sorry you're sick.

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    Considering taking DD to the ballet in August. The only thing is that it's on a school night. She will be almost 7. Just not sure if it's a wise decision. I could keep her home the next day but that is a work day and I don't really want to take a day off. It's only one of two ballets coming this year. I will definitely take her to the other one in November as its a Saturday night AND it's The Nutcracker.

    Decisions, decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Considering taking DD to the ballet in August. The only thing is that it's on a school night. She will be almost 7. Just not sure if it's a wise decision. I could keep her home the next day but that is a work day and I don't really want to take a day off. It's only one of two ballets coming this year. I will definitely take her to the other one in November as its a Saturday night AND it's The Nutcracker.

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    That is such a great idea! My DD has just started dancing classes as well and would love that, too. As for your decision, I'd allow her the day off school if you think the late night might affect her and see if you can get the day off work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Considering taking DD to the ballet in August. The only thing is that it's on a school night. She will be almost 7. Just not sure if it's a wise decision. I could keep her home the next day but that is a work day and I don't really want to take a day off. It's only one of two ballets coming this year. I will definitely take her to the other one in November as its a Saturday night AND it's The Nutcracker.

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    What a gorgeous idea. I can't wait to do things like this with DD in the future. How do you think she would cope with a late night and getting up for school?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Considering taking DD to the ballet in August. The only thing is that it's on a school night. She will be almost 7. Just not sure if it's a wise decision. I could keep her home the next day but that is a work day and I don't really want to take a day off. It's only one of two ballets coming this year. I will definitely take her to the other one in November as its a Saturday night AND it's The Nutcracker.

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    Take her. That is the stuff of life. My dd can usually handle one late night among normal nights. Maybe enforce a sleep after school that afternoon.

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    laying in bed in the air con waiting for dh to come home. can't believe he's out drinking and I don't even feel jealous 😂

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    getting ready to say goodbye to my last baby as she moves interstate for Uni. I'm now an empty nester!! What do I do now? I wish I could stop crying. I'm not ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    getting ready to say goodbye to my last baby as she moves interstate for Uni. I'm now an empty nester!! What do I do now? I wish I could stop crying. I'm not ready
    Maybe it's time to take a holiday, or save up for a one.
    Or do that thing you wanted to always do.
    It's your turn now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    getting ready to say goodbye to my last baby as she moves interstate for Uni. I'm now an empty nester!! What do I do now? I wish I could stop crying. I'm not ready
    Big hugs xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    Maybe it's time to take a holiday, or save up for a one.
    Or do that thing you wanted to always do.
    It's your turn now.
    Thanks. I'm planning on a holiday plus leaving my marriage


 

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