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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    I would buy something nice but generic like a bunch of flowers and a little hand cream pack or maybe a voucher for a pedi?
    She hates pedis or any form of people touching her lol flowers are a good idea though πŸ˜€

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    Default I am.....#15

    Astounded that my 8 month old just ate nearly half a roast chicken. Tonight we will really put the 'fill them up on protein and they will sleep through' theory to the test πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Aren't you on a farm? Gumboots are essential!
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    Dinosaur gumboots are definitely an essential.

    I found my DS's foot growth slowed a little at that age so I got more wear out of shoes.
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    Gumboots that actually fit ds would be worth it imo. If they are good quality they'll last too.
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    Even if second Bub is a girl it will get used. DD has lots of DS's old clothes as "farm clothes". Pants etc don't matter πŸ˜‰
    I feel better now! Those dinosaur boots are clearly a wise investment!

    Our house should be finished by July so we'll be on the farm full time in winter and clearly boots will be necessary!

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    I am in agony. My back has been on the mend the past few weeks but Ive obviously done someething to it, i can barely walk.

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    Depressed.

    Everything is **** where we live. The house. Can't believe this person thinks it's even liveable. A stove on top of a bench. Holes in screens big enough for a dog to get through, dog poo everywhere fleas. Had to take my dog to vet because she's chewed her tail off. Just my luck. But it's ok hubby works in the only one who is stuck at home.

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    Wondering if everyone else's DP over doses on deodorant. Every time I *beg* him to spray outside and every time he does it inside. I can't breathe and I leave the house smelling very masculine

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    I am feeling emotional, holding my child down for anesthetic would have to be the worst experience in my life ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    I am feeling emotional, holding my child down for anesthetic would have to be the worst experience in my life ...
    Oh no

    What's happening with your DS for him to need anaesthetic? Hope he's okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Oh no

    What's happening with your DS for him to need anaesthetic? Hope he's okay.
    Just grommets but I'm still a blubbering mess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    Just grommets but I'm still a blubbering mess
    Oh yes, been there done that for exactly the same thing.

    It was a horrible experience. I think I shook for about an hour afterwards and all I could think was "oh god, imagine Mum's and Dad's who have sick kids and have to do this regularly'".

    It's just horrible.

    On the flip side, my previously grumpy, constantly ear infected kid, literally skipped out of the day procedure centre after her grommet operation. She was like a different kid.

    Good luck, I hope you calm down soon. xx

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