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    Watching DS2 make an even bigger mess of our courtyard. Still he's having fun 😏

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    So proud of My son who is 21. He's been working with a dietician to put on weight and finally gained 1.5kgs. He's sooo close to 50 kgs now. It's been a stressful few years but we are nearly at 50 !!! Woohoo.

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    Finally on a break at work.

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    I am recovering after DS2 screamed all the way to kindy to pick up DS1, and again all the way home. I get it he hates the car. But this is going to be a daily occurance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am recovering after DS2 screamed all the way to kindy to pick up DS1, and again all the way home. I get it he hates the car. But this is going to be a daily occurance...
    wine o'clock? 🍷🍷🍷

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    My cat is addicted to my flowers. I rarely get flowers so he is going crazy. I can't keep him away. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    My cat is addicted to my flowers. I rarely get flowers so he is going crazy. I can't keep him away. Any suggestions?
    Flowers planted in the garden or flowers in a vase inside?

    For outside, I have found making a barrier with chook wire helps keep scrub turkeys out so should be good for a cat.

    Inside, I'm not sure. I have a 16 year old cat who still jumps up onto benches and tables. You could try catching him in the act and spraying with water. It's never worked with our cat though.

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    In a vase. He is a inside only cat

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    My cat is addicted to my flowers. I rarely get flowers so he is going crazy. I can't keep him away. Any suggestions?
    One of my cats is attracted to anything green. So I pretty much never get flowers. I have some tulips atm. I will have half of them chewed off tomorrow.

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    I am a little emotionally drained. A little hormonal and DS is finding it hard to cope with all his feelings. Started yelling and crying in his sleep.

    Took all my strength to hold him. And keep a hold of him. And tell him I loved him. While he thrashed about.

    And of course I was in hormonal tears. But we made it through. He is okish now. And DD slept through it all lol.

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