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You do know that dd6 and dd(6) mean different things?

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steppemum Sat 16-Dec-17 22:11:39

I often see this, and it is a confusion of acronyms, and so I thought I'd helpfully point it out grin

dd1 = first dd (oldest
dd (1) = dd aged 1.

so if you say dd13, I will assume you have 12 kids! (well, I won't but you get the drift)

steppemum Sat 16-Dec-17 22:11:58

whoops, 13 kids!

SunnySkiesSleepsintheMorning Sat 16-Dec-17 22:38:06

Yes but it’s fairly obvious within th context of most threads.

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