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    You sure things have to been misinterpreted?
    How do you know they were ignoring you as opposed to just being preoccupied with a conversation/checking they had packed heir kids water bottle etc?

    How do you know they were talking about you (and negatively) if you couldn't hear them?

    What makes you think they have blocked you on FB? Can't see their private group anymore? They didn't respond to a message?

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    School mums can be the biggest b!tches out. I am friendly too but don't go out of my way to initiate contact lol. You will be right, full steam ahead. Make other friends.

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    Sounds like there may be more to it to me. If they were speaking to you before but all of a sudden aren't there is most likely a reason.

    I don't get too involved with many mums but say hello and there is a few who always engage in conversation and I find all friendly enough. I say hello to everyone. I've not found any *****iness

    I am however struggling with one mother initiating playdates all the time when our boys aren't close and my ds has little interest in this boy and doesn't want to have playdates with him, he talks to him and they play in the playground which I think is enough. I may start a thread about it.
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    Just ignore them like they aren't there. Dont even say hi, they dont deserve your friendship. Actually i wouldnt even WANT to be friendly, even a mere hello with cows like that.

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    Beats the heck out of me. I've just been at a birthday party and snubbed royally so have no advice but to ignore them all and do your own thing cause I can't figure it out - didn't realise my kids going to school put me back in bl00dy high school *****iness but apparently it does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessedwith3boys View Post
    I am however struggling with one mother initiating playdates all the time when our boys aren't close and my ds has little interest in this boy and doesn't want to have playdates with him, he talks to him and they play in the playground which I think is enough. I may start a thread about it.
    Maybe the poor mum has a boy like mine who is still learning how to play with others and wants to make friends but doesn't seem able to

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    Have you thought about just going up to them and asking them if there is an issue? Or messaging ?

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    I would avoid them.

    School mums can be horrible and there is definitely an 'in crowd'.

    Talk to some different Mums as I am sure there are some nice ones around.


 

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