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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    How far down is it I need a good read. Saw the wwyd big school one has taken off massively
    That's the one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SammiJane View Post
    I am a mum to a 23 yr old and nearly 21 yr old!! Time seems to flash by so quickly!
    I also have a 10 yr old and an 8 year old! I do not want any grand kids yet
    Wow I don't come across many people with big age gaps like my boys. DS1 is 22, DS2 is 4.5 yr old and DS3 is 9 months. Can I ask what the relationship is like between them all? Sorry but I'm serious when I say I've never met anyone else with a big gap so would love to know how they all get along

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    That's the one!
    Just had a look. Omg. I'll stay out of that one thanks. I'd rather shoot myself then homeschool my kids. Going to work is break. DS1 is now a tween on the way to puberty and all those hormones at the age of 9 and ds2 is driving me bonkers he is soooo needy. Looking forward to work in 5 weeks and not working if you get that

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Just had a look. Omg. I'll stay out of that one thanks. I'd rather shoot myself then homeschool my kids. Going to work is break. DS1 is now a tween on the way to puberty and all those hormones at the age of 9 and ds2 is driving me bonkers he is soooo needy. Looking forward to work in 5 weeks and not working if you get that
    Yeah I'm not against homeschooling as such but totally not for me lol love my kids but not that much
    Mind you, if my kids had issues or were being relentlessly bullied I might feel differently- but yeah, sounds like torture to me 😂

    ETA: I personally don't like the concept of unschooling through, but open to learning more
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    I found out today that a friend passed away yesterday from bowel cancer. He was 44 and has 4 girls in high school.

    DD just won't settle down tonight and usually I would be getting rather grumpy, but instead I just keep hugging her and realising I am so lucky to be well and be able to hug her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Yeah I'm not against homeschooling as such but totally not for me lol love my kids but not that much
    Mind you, if my kids had issues or were being relentlessly bullied I might feel differently- but yeah, sounds like torture to me

    ETA: I personally don't like the concept of unschooling through, but open to learning more
    Totally agree. If your going to do it I think there still needs to be some form of structure not just let your kids do what ever they want

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    I found out today that a friend passed away yesterday from bowel cancer. He was 44 and has 4 girls in high school.

    DD just won't settle down tonight and usually I would be getting rather grumpy, but instead I just keep hugging her and realising I am so lucky to be well and be able to hug her.
    Oh that's so sad Sending you hugs xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Yeah I'm not against homeschooling as such but totally not for me lol love my kids but not that much
    Mind you, if my kids had issues or were being relentlessly bullied I might feel differently- but yeah, sounds like torture to me

    ETA: I personally don't like the concept of unschooling through, but open to learning more
    all of the above. i think it's nice to get a break from eachother

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Oh that's so sad Sending you hugs xxx
    Thanks. He was a real estate agent in your town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Wow I don't come across many people with big age gaps like my boys. DS1 is 22, DS2 is 4.5 yr old and DS3 is 9 months. Can I ask what the relationship is like between them all? Sorry but I'm serious when I say I've never met anyone else with a big gap so would love to know how they all get along
    No need to apoligise! Happy to answer! I have been super lucky the relationship between them all has been great!! My two older boys have been so great with the younger ones! Even more so now as they are getting older! They like picking them up from school and taking them to the movies. I love seeing the interaction between them all!!
    I used to get some strange looks when ds3 was a baby and i walked around the shopping centre.. my oldest son would be pushing the pram and they would look at him then look at me as if to say wtf he is too young to be a dad!!
    Honestly i do not come across alot of people that have big age gaps like we do.

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