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05-01-2016 21:38 #661
05-01-2016 21:38 #662
I don't really have any close friends here either. they're all interstate as is my family.
as much as I'm looking forward to mat leave, a part of me is worried I'll start to feel isolated too as I don't have anyone to do coffees etc with. usually I'm ok with that as I like the solitude but I'd be lying if I said a part of me isn't concerned. with a baby in the mix and potentially feeling overwhelmed and isolated, I hope my mental state doesn't deteriorate.
sorry my reply doesn't help you any but just wanted to let you know you're not alone xx
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05-01-2016 22:29 #663
After I had DS1 and we moved to a new area when he was 6months I went to a playgroup (didn't attend mothers group at the beginning). DS1 is nearly 3 and we are still going and I now have a nice group of local mums who catch up another day as well as playgroup day, who would happily watch my boys and we also catch up kid free occasionally.
Just put yourself out there. I went for about 6 months to a year before we really all clicked and got brave enough to catch up outside of playgroup but that's the personality of a few of us being a bit shy. I'm so glad to have met these ladies and really enjoy Wednesday/Thursday catch ups and my boys adore the kids and the mums.
05-01-2016 22:44 #664
I am..... #14
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06-01-2016 03:45 #665
Hugs LMS. I know the feeling. In fact I'm in the middle of a panic attack now about it.
We've just moved to Canberra. So I have zip. Dh is back at work and my days are stretching out endlessly empty. I'm desperate for school to start so I can go to playgroup etc.
Maternity leave is horribly isolating.
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06-01-2016 09:10 #666Senior Member
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- Jun 2015
****ed off, car was playing up before Christmas, 500$ later and it was 'fixed'
Now car is doing the same **** again, I am still trying to fix my budget from where my car was fixed last time.
I've only owned the stupid thing for 6 months
I don't have the money to fix it again!
I wish I could get a loan and get a decent car
06-01-2016 09:48 #667
Cleaning my house as we have a friend visiting today 😊
06-01-2016 11:52 #668
I am sticky tapping a box back together for Ds2. Ds1 broke the box while DS2 was in it, and DS2 started following me moping with the broken piece in hand.
06-01-2016 14:33 #669
Over school holidays!!
36 weeks pregnant, I'm sore and tired. Trying to sort the house out and set up bubs room. It's too hot to go outside and all my kids have been doing for the last 2 days is fight and not listen to me at all.
06-01-2016 16:03 #670Senior Member
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- Aug 2013
I am..... #14
Feeling very sad for my son and very angry
Last edited by Louise41; 06-01-2016 at 16:05.
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