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    Yes she loves it, its amazing how busy I am now with all the drop offs and pick ups and school stuff to organize all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Yes she loves it, its amazing how busy I am now with all the drop offs and pick ups and school stuff to organize all the time
    That's good. I have no idea how I would handle it. The morning rush....I'm dreading it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    That's good. I have no idea how I would handle it. The morning rush....I'm dreading it.
    I felt the same but I like it. Helps get me organized and up at the same time everyday, I like the structure. Just gotta make sure u have plenty of time to get ready in the morning and organise as much as u can the night before. I like getting up before my kids ( 5 and 1) and having a shower / brekkie in peace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Looks like it.

    Hoping to start DD in childcare soon. With me working now, and DH about to start a Bachelor of Languages at Uni, we'll need something once or twice a week. Thinking about the Goodstart up near Edwardstown Primary School.
    How exciting! What is he studying in the languages? I just finished a bachelor of languages at Fljnders, so I might have some textbooks he can have if we do the same subjects

    The childcare at Flinders is fantastic but I think there's a bit of a wait list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    How exciting! What is he studying in the languages? I just finished a bachelor of languages at Fljnders, so I might have some textbooks he can have if we do the same subjects

    The childcare at Flinders is fantastic but I think there's a bit of a wait list.
    This year, he was wanting to do Italian, Japanese, French, and Indonesian.

    We got her in to the childcare centre we looked at last week. Just Mondays to start with.

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    Hello can I please join? I'm in Adelaide south with a 2 year old little man

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    Hey channy, welcome!

    Of course you can! We do get a little quiet in this thread from time to time, so introduce yourself in the intro section to get to meet some of the other languages very ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    This year, he was wanting to do Italian, Japanese, French, and Indonesian.

    We got her in to the childcare centre we looked at last week. Just Mondays to start with.
    Wow, he's brave! I didn't realize Flinders lets you do 4 languages at once, I thought they limited it to 2.

    That's great that you got her into a childcare.

    Welcome @ChannyV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    Wow, he's brave! I didn't realize Flinders lets you do 4 languages at once, I thought they limited it to 2.

    That's great that you got her into a childcare.
    He's actually doing it with Adelaide Uni - although he'll have to do the Italian and Indonesian through Flinders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Hello can I please join? I'm in Adelaide south with a 2 year old little man
    Hello & welcome... Where down south are you?


 

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