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    Apparently thinking in ways that others think are irrational in some things means you are not capable of having a rational thought in your brain at all. Stupid DHS, court, psychiatrists & recovery clinician & their assumptions that may or may not be accurate

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Apparently thinking in ways that others think are irrational in some things means you are not capable of having a rational thought in your brain at all. Stupid DHS, court, psychiatrists & recovery clinician & their assumptions that may or may not be accurate
    Doesn't sound good

    Hope you are ok xxx
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    Bloody tiny dd1- she's almost 4 and I bought floaties armbands for ages 2-6 and she's not in the weight range and they are too big sigh.
    And do you think I could find something that was... nothing is suitable for her size. It's like searching for underpants that fit all over again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Bloody tiny dd1- she's almost 4 and I bought floaties armbands for ages 2-6 and she's not in the weight range and they are too big sigh.
    And do you think I could find something that was... nothing is suitable for her size. It's like searching for underpants that fit all over again.
    Oh I feel your pain! DS2 is exactly the same. Around the waist he is a size 1 but length is ridiculously short for jeans etc! So he's in a size 3-4 jeans currently which just sit on his ankle but the adjustable waist band is pulled in to the max so all bulky around his waist. Drives me crazy.

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Oh I feel your pain! DS2 is exactly the same. Around the waist he is a size 1 but length is ridiculously short for jeans etc! So he's in a size 3-4 jeans currently which just sit on his ankle but the adjustable waist band is pulled in to the max so all bulky around his waist. Drives me crazy.
    Drives me bonkers as like your ds2 she's a size1-2 waist wise. At least dd1 can wear leggings so not as bulky.
    And now it's warming up she can wear dresses so it doesn't matter if they are oversized.
    I don't know how you can manage it with a boy.
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    Make family sized Lasagna for family. You are the one that eats a piece

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Drives me bonkers as like your ds2 she's a size1-2 waist wise. At least dd1 can wear leggings so not as bulky.
    And now it's warming up she can wear dresses so it doesn't matter if they are oversized.
    I don't know how you can manage it with a boy.
    It's an absolute nightmare. Everything has to have the adjustable waist band. Drawstring doesn't work as they loosen gradually and he can't get them undone himself. So he has horrible bunches up fabric around his waist.

    I do actually put him in leggings quite a bit I just buy the plain black or navy blue ones from target. But it's mostly at home as he gets called a girl more often than not already - so if he had leggings on as well that would be a bit much I suspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    Make family sized Lasagna for family. You are the one that eats a piece
    Freeze it for lunches and quick dinners! But yes that would be annoying.

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #7

    @binnielici did you find the Anzac biscuits ?

    Another few dairy free desert options - dark chocolate dipped strawberries or dried apricots.

    Lady finger biscuits can be dairy free - depends on the brand. They're light and sweet too. You can again melt dark chocolate and dip the lady fingers into that.

    And of course you can make your own cupcakes or cakes with soy milk and nuttelex and you can't even taste the difference. Icing is just softened nuttelex mixed with icing sugar.
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    @A-Squared no I didn't find them at Woolworths but haven't had a chance to check coles yet. Will try tomorrow.

    I hadn't thought about dipping things into melted dark chocolate yum! Great idea.

    I've been pinning heaps of recipes the last couple of days (stuck in chair with permanently attached b00b monster). So I'm slowly getting inspired.

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