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    My neighbour found her 17 year old daughter passed out when she got home this afternoon from work and they are in hospital waiting for some answers. They also have a 2 year old and I would really like to give them a gift or do something nice for when they get back home. Anyone got some ideas?
    I was thinking of cooking them a meal but I don't have great culinary skills! Haha your help is greatly appreciated!

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    Offer to look after the little one? If you (and the mum) are comfortable with that of course.


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    Oh no I'm not really comfortable with that lol but thank you!

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    I was going to say cook a meal but if you are not a keen cook, what about a voucher for a local food place who will deliver or if miss 17 is going to be in hospital for a while she might like a pack of magazines, nail polish, iTunes credit etc?

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    Fair enough. I'll keep thinking

    Hope everything is ok with Miss 17.

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    Yeah I'd say just stuff for the 17 year old to do in hospital as Biscotti said. Mags, books, nail polish etc.

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    Not a bad idea! Thanks guys

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    What a lovely idea, I wish my neighbours were like you!
    I agree with offering to mind her little one, if her 17 year old will be in hospital for a while she might need some help with child minding

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    If they have pets offer to look after them? You know. Feed them and play with them a bit.

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    What about a Coles myer voucher, they could use it for something nice or food from Coles or magazines from Coles. Hope everything is ok.


 

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