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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    Thanks all. I'll keep trying and I'm sure it'll happen eventually but it just seems this mum doesn't seem to think the fact they have been friends for 5 years and only live 15 mins away,,then it's worth holding onto. On the plus side she is making friends at the new school.
    I don't think she would think that. It's just really hard sometimes when parents and kids have a lot on.

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    I think February tends to be quite a busy month for a lot of people, at least the folks I know anyway.

    What about texting them to set up a firm play date in March? It'll be something for the girls to look forward to.

    Can you perhaps set the girls up on Skype? They could have a chat a couple of times a week to maintain their bond.


 

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