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    Currently living in London so I've learned to embrace the mud and rain. Even if it's sunny out the park still has massive puddles and mud in the winter so I keep gumboots and rubber pants at the bottom of the pram but rarely get them on in time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    I am a singing in the rain type of mum, I do it a lot. BUT I do hate muddy puddles. Water dries. Mud on clothes just means more washing, and I hate washing.
    ^^^ this! Rain is fabulous for playing on but dirt and mud is not my cup of tea.

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    Stay dry stay clean.
    Don't mind rain but definitely do not like mud or dirt.
    Although the other day was walking home from the shops with the kids and the rain was bucketing down, the umbrellas were useless. It was actually a lot of fun!

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    Dance in the rain mostly. I loved doing it as a kid, I don't want to stop DS doing it! Not as fond of muddy puddles... but I guess it's ok once in a while. So long as mud isn't tracked through my house and smeared on the furniture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    I am a singing in the rain type of mum, I do it a lot. BUT I do hate muddy puddles. Water dries. Mud on clothes just means more washing, and I hate washing.
    You should have seen the muddy puddle DS found last week sans boots and rubber pants, it was literally like he fell/jump in up to his neck😂😖😒

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    Definitely stay dry - I hate getting wet and dirty.

    ...not unlike cats at all...

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    I just realised that although I wouldn't care if I got muddy and wet, I generally stay inside when it's raining and the boy goes out to splash. Must rectify that!!

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    DD let herself out yesterday, in the rain. Instead of dragging her back in I played outside with her.

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    I have wonderful memories of playing with my 2 in the rain and mud then all stripping off and hopping in the shower. It's memories like this that help me on days like yesterday and today

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