I work 3 days a week and the girls stay at home with Dad on those days and one day childcare, on the other days I have a regular playdate once a week we have a family day every monday (my fiance and I both work alternate weekends and have mondays off together) where we do our garden or a nature walk or something like that.
I try to get to a playground 1-2 times a week as well because Tia LOVES them. We also go up to my mums farm once every few weeks the girls really enjoy it up there.
I haven't been to play n fun in ages but will have to go soon. It's a bit pricey with two kids though.
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20-01-2011 17:18 #41
23-01-2011 14:39 #42
Hi and welcome to Adelaide. I was born and raised in Canberra (and know it can be dead boring at times). You've picked a gorgeous place to live, Aldinga is lovely. Were in Seaford Meadows.
25-01-2011 09:06 #43
Hey Alex, looks like DH thinks Aldinga is a bit far for his work so may b moving closer to Christies beach, I'm aware it's a much of a muchness but 20-30 traveling time a day extra could suck wen he's placed over the north side of adelaide. Your real estate agents suck!! Haha they're so lazy I'd never get any of them to open a house for me! I can't believe they dnt open Saturday's for viewing!! DH is having trouble fitting in times with work as it's a new job and none of them are accommodating! I want to move over now :-(
25-01-2011 14:12 #44
When are you actually moving?
25-01-2011 14:26 #45
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25-01-2011 14:32 #46
Christies Beach is much nicer than Christie downs, thats for sure & there are some really nice places in there!
Could try Morphette Vale or Reynella Shinebrite?
25-01-2011 16:27 #47
Good move... Christie downs is seriously dodgy! ;-)
25-01-2011 20:58 #48
Haha r u serious!!??! That's so funny!!! Were renting, I'd prefer a nice new house in aldinga, DH found one at Moana and our friend inspected it, apparently it's ok but considering I don't know how many living spaces it has, weather it has carpet or tiles... I'm actually a tad pi$$ed! So who does ur hubby work for, I'll call him thurs morning!!
25-01-2011 21:07 #49
27-01-2011 07:38 #50
Hey girls! Okay... So I woke up to 2 little lines this morning.... Bit nervous as I'm a high risk pregnancy, moving to a new state and I don't even hav a GP!?!!! I want a natural birthing hospital with only midwives instead of stupid obs I've had in the past! Is there a big wait? Culd u girls get me a hospital number n name so I can book myself in? Pleeaase xx oh still breastfeeding too thank goodness my nipples don't hurt too much! Hav to go find another dress for SILs wedding tomorro as I was going to borrow one from my bestie and had brought some hold me in tights, they're gonna do jack all now! 3rd pregnancies make u bloat a hell of a lot faster and this is my first vegan/grain free 75% raw pregnancy!!! I shuldnt b bloated!!!
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