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    Oh yeah and fertilisation rate of 100% stupid b i a t c h chicken rubbing it in our faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Tounge in cheek comment but would a puppy or a kitten fob her off for a while? (i know its not the same) but maybe it would distract her and i believe everyone should have a kitten or two or ten. Easy to get and free xox (I know im making light of something that's not funny at all) But kittens are pretty awesome.
    No very valid comment and we do have a little dog who is such good company he has been fantastic for her she even calls him her little brother so he does appease her loneliness in a doggie way ..... she is actually begging for another puppy which isn't such a bad idea even the dog needs a dog companion for when we are at work/school. He goes crazy over other dogs at the park or sees them on TV he jumps up excitedly and barks and will watch for ages lol.

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    congrats on being PUPO @Blossom74! & for your frosties. that's great news. congrats to you all

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    @Blossom woo hoo lovely pupo pupo yippee congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Oh and maybe she would understand some bits. The books made for donor children say its s bit easier to explain infertility and age appropriate coz you dont have to mention sex. They say to talk about to make a baby, you need a seed from a man and an egg from a lady. Then explain that mummys eggs and/or daddy's seeds dont work/arent any good but you are trying to make them work with help from the dr. ??? Maybe she would understand that and she might be less frustrated and more empathetic if she had some explanation? BUT mate, i dont have kids or much to do with 6 year olds so i dont really know what im talking about and if that would would work for you. Was just trying to think of some suggestions :-) And get lots of kittens anyway xox
    i must have missed this but I absolutely love it and will def have a conversation to give her some sort of answer. No wonder you are a teacher you have a way of understanding a young persons mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzabelle13 View Post
    i must have missed this but I absolutely love it and will def have a conversation to give her some sort of answer. No wonder you are a teacher you have a way of understanding a young persons mind.
    @Jazzabelle13 nah didn't learn that through experience just been reading a book about how parents told their kids about donor conception from as early an age as possible. And they also mentioned things about having discussions about the difference between 'secrecy' and 'privacy', the idea that it's not a secret (i.e. implying theres something 'wrong' with the info) but the idea that some info is 'private' and that means we only talk about it with certain people/family/ mummy and daddy or whoever you (the parents) decide its ok to tell, lol, thought I'd better add that assuming you probably dont want her talking about mummys eggs and daddys seeds for show and tell or to check out chicks at the supermarket etc...or get a phone call from parents/teachers saying we didnt really want our kids to know that. Thd book sad to say something like, everyone elses mummy and daddy want to have their own talk with their kids, so its 'private'. :-) Mate, if it ever happens for me, ive still got no idea how to explain to mine and dh's student's about it and ive been mulling it over for more than 6 months. Im cool with it but dh prob doesn't need me talking to teenage boys about his 'seeds' ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    @Jazzabelle13 nah didn't learn that through experience just been reading a book about how parents told their kids about donor conception from as early an age as possible. And they also mentioned things about having discussions about the difference between 'secrecy' and 'privacy', the idea that it's not a secret (i.e. implying theres something 'wrong' with the info) but the idea that some info is 'private' and that means we only talk about it with certain people/family/ mummy and daddy or whoever you (the parents) decide its ok to tell, lol, thought I'd better add that assuming you probably dont want her talking about mummys eggs and daddys seeds for show and tell or to check out chicks at the supermarket etc...or get a phone call from parents/teachers saying we didnt really want our kids to know that. Thd book sad to say something like, everyone elses mummy and daddy want to have their own talk with their kids, so its 'private'. :-) Mate, if it ever happens for me, ive still got no idea how to explain to mine and dh's student's about it and ive been mulling it over for more than 6 months. Im cool with it but dh prob doesn't need me talking to teenage boys about his 'seeds' ;-)

    this book sounds amazing ...... lol I just cracked up at the possible discussion she could have afterwards with her class and yes the privacy vs secrecy it's a definite must I'm cracking up as I type this thinking of her teachers face if it came up. If it really came up of course I would be floored!

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    Here you go @MissDa IMG_1476267438.526236.jpg
    Bit of Celeste Barber for you... Lighten the mood.

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    Default IVF Over 40's #41

    @billie please join us!

    The model has no ar$e and less boobs than me, I'd much rather have a body like celeste!

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