I'm another clumsy - always covered in bruises from bumping into things.
I am expecting delivery of a couple of things today, but need to be out all morning, so will probably miss them. Boo. Would probably be wrong to deprive my child of toddler group to await deliveries though...
I break things........granite work tops were such a bad idea! Glasses, plates......I need plastic everything! One NY DH was sent out to but Champ flutes ( I'd broken all the others), came back with crystal!!! I dropped the tray .... Was nothing to do with amount of champ I'd had
Amber I would much rather stay in, but Friday is my only day of childcare, so I feel obliged to go to a group with the boys so I actually see other parents occasionally. Not entirely sure that DS2 gets a huge amount from it, am not sure why I feel I have to go TBH!
Mine aren't that motivated on a Friday morning - tired after nursery all week. I'll kick em out the the park this afternoon to fulfil my parent responsibilities. Not that bothered about not seeing other parents round here; personally I don't care if Jacinta loves her Ottolenghi or if Gregory knows his 12 times table at 14 weeks.
Is he actually shooting Dry or is that an illusion too? Only ask because of my DH..... I wish i could say I've never been to a soft play - I hate the places, fortunately DS doesn't seem too keen either so we haven't been for ages. Long may it last. Tell me about DHL. If it says it arrived at the Delivery Facility at 5.11AM today am I going to get it today? Any idea?
Wanted to say a quick hello to all before the thread flies away from me. But DS is insisting on sitting on my knee and poking etc so I can't stay long.
Liked the chat about the DHs' fashion style, or lack of. My DH fits in with the majority. The worst thing is that his mum still buys him clothes and she seems to think he is still a teenager, buying him fleeces (we had to have a cull recently as he had about 10) and utility shorts. His sister also bought him some crocs <I despair>
Sales wishlist for me seems to be a lot of shoes white brogues (still after a pair, found some DMs I like atm) The Jemima Vine snake print court shoes (totally unnecessary for me but I love them) Some Sam Edelman's that I've had my eye on for a while...They are similar to hopefully's bertie slipper shoes. Hopefully if you are interested, I can link - they have them in cream. Paige jimmy jimmy jeans (baaa, don't think it'll happen though but would like some slim leg bf jeans) Possibly a calf length tube skirt
Anni my wardrobe were doing money off Sam Edelman shoes and had quite a few adenas, inc gunmetal. About £90 bit galling after paying £36 at HoF!
DS is asking me too many questions, can't concentrate. Better be off and will be back when am child free!
Sorry to not namecheck, One sorry to hear about the medication and weight issues, must be v disheartening when you are doing all you can. Still great to have dropped a dress size though.
Perhaps those who want to shred should start together. Am thinking <deluded> that I could do it first thing in the morning as evenings are still spent trying to settle DS2, sigh.
Looking forward to hearing all about Sat and seeing photos <pleeease>
Oh poor you Anni. Hope you are feeling better today. For getting in shape I prefer to up the walking and do a pilates/yoga DVD Foxy makes a good point about injuries though I have had lots of yoga lessons in the past so have a good idea what to do. I have tried the Shred but its too hard on my knees (how old does that sound!) If you can run/jog 20-30 mins of that 4 or 5 times a week makes a difference in no time. If you are not used to running just do a minute then 2 mins walking and slowly build up until you can do 20 mins non stop.
Well done all on the Wang purchases.
Shop even though I am not coming I feel the need to reassure you about the meet up everyone on here sounds so absolutely lovely I think you are going to have a ball. And you are getting your hair done before hand so you will look fabulous no matter what you wear.
Marsha I am doing nude tights but struggling to find ones I like considering black sheers worried though that I might just look like I didnt notice the 90s ended rather cutting edge!! Have also worn opaques this week, pale grey and navy feel less winter like than black.
And on sales, I think I might not bother have gone off shopping when I realised how much I bought in the last month (see the Frugal thread!). What I really need is a new winter coat and some boots so I have decided I have enough for the summer and will save up for A/W instead.