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To be delighted at DS1 report - not brilliant but good

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MsTownmouse Fri 21-Oct-11 23:16:56

I am over the moon that DS1 is holding his own in subjects which are not his favourites - but - he is trying and therefore he will probably do OK . Can't wait to see how he gets on in stuff he actually cares about . Sorry to post but I am so proud of DS1 and I am his Mummy .

Really sorry but I just am so pleased . (Is that so wrong)

AgentZigzag Fri 21-Oct-11 23:19:46

YANBU smile

How old is your DS?

MsTownmouse Fri 21-Oct-11 23:45:18

tragically he is 14 - but i am so pleased he is doing well in subjects he is not particluarly bothered about.

I know he he is 14 and not 14 months but I am still delighted.

Hey ho

AgentZigzag Sat 22-Oct-11 00:16:17

Not tragic at all.

14 years doesn't dispell how you felt about them at 14 months anyway.

Which is a good job really, 'cause I think my mum would have happily strangled me at 14 without at backwards glance if she hadn't grin

MsTownmouse Sat 22-Oct-11 00:52:48

Thank you Agent Zigzag

(BTW read that book)

I m just so over the moon. (when they get older ) you (one) have to accept they are not going to brilliant at everthing - so you just take what you get . I am delighted . He (DS1) is talented at History (So looking forward to that ) & we won't get to see that for a while - but as an older mother I encourage people to revel in the successes children have . It is too easy to worry .

I know I sound a bit rubbish but ..........................

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