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November 2012 - the best post-natal quiche on MN

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StuntNun Tue 15-Jan-13 16:56:24

Previous thread: www.mumsnet.com/Talk/postnatal_clubs/1655656-November-2012-sleeping-through-yet

The answer to the sleeping though question was a chorus of "no"s but there were a few resounding yesses and a lot more keeping quiet because the rest of us would be well jel.

StuntNun Tue 15-Jan-13 17:00:20

Quiche = Clique for anyone that missed it on the last thread.

BigPigLittlePig Tue 15-Jan-13 17:05:32

Love the new title! I too thought quiche was an autocorrect blush

ValiumQueen Tue 15-Jan-13 17:12:58

grin very true thanks

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 17:14:29

Marking place. Completely agree, we rock.

TheDetective Tue 15-Jan-13 17:18:03

Oh my baby sleeps through the night, makes his own feeds, and feeds himself. He can also change his own nappy. And washes his own mucky face. Today I caught him walking the dog.

I have the CLEVERIST baby in the whooooooooooooooole world.

Natch.

grin

Sophiathesnowfairy Tue 15-Jan-13 17:21:38

I love being in an actual quiche!

pikz Tue 15-Jan-13 17:25:01

My baby holds his own bottles dectective he also does his own nappy changes :D

Catbag Tue 15-Jan-13 17:27:04

That's nothing detective- I walked into the lounge to find my two recreating some of the most notable acts over the years from circque du soleil, while singing a selection of songs from Les Mis. DH says they obviously get their natural athleticism from me <<preens>>

TheDetective Tue 15-Jan-13 17:30:04

Fuck Cat my sides, they hurt!!!

Well mine is about to start at Oxford next week. They let him sit his A Levels 18 years early.

grin

He will be studying medicine AND law.

pikz Tue 15-Jan-13 17:32:17

Oh and Luc will be making an appearance in the 6 nations for England as a 2nd row...you had better all cheer for him..

Catbag Tue 15-Jan-13 17:35:45

Oh detective, you are only just getting him in to Oxford now? Aren't you terribly afraid that he will be left behind academically? The mere thought of the children not starting until next week leaves me shaking and crying...

nillynoon Tue 15-Jan-13 17:51:22

Marking my spot in the quiche!

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 18:13:27

Your babies are all very slow. DD1 is just perfecting her theory on the God Particle and I've sent LO to Australia to coach the British tennis players. With them both out of the house I'm hoping to get a decent night's sleep.

Catbag Tue 15-Jan-13 18:23:33

Oh petite, still only theorising, is she? Well, that's sweet. I'm sure she'll catch up soon. Saul actually found the God Particle the other day; it's powering the Rayburn as we speak.

Catbag Tue 15-Jan-13 18:24:30

Muhahahaha, I don't think I can keep a straight face anymore!

StuntNun Tue 15-Jan-13 18:28:35

What a lot of clever babies. Mine still regularly overflows from both ends but that hasn't prevented him from curing the common cold.

Dixiebell Tue 15-Jan-13 18:37:39

God particle, that's nothing. Mine's the new Messiah.

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 18:42:46

Yes, the only theorising is a problem. I'm going to have a word with nursery. I'm worried they just aren't challenging her enough.

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 18:44:12

Dixie how are you coping with the sleepless night due to all the miracles your LO keeps performing?

Lane81 Tue 15-Jan-13 18:46:54

grin

Dixiebell Tue 15-Jan-13 19:00:20

petite, it's a sacrifice I have to make for the good of mankind.

NotSoNervous Tue 15-Jan-13 19:09:13

Marking place, I will keep up with this thread. I missed the whole of the last one sad

Ladies I'm abit confused Oxford comments??

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 19:21:54

You're right Nervous. Cambridge is much more suitable.

blonderthanred Tue 15-Jan-13 19:29:24

Hello new thread.

My Nov 12 baby is so ahead of himself he managed to be born in October.

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