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Surely to god, they're too gorgeous, too beautiful and far too bright and lovely....

(7 Posts)
HuwEdwards Sun 11-Oct-09 20:43:16

to get fecking nits!!!

DDs are in Yrs 4 and 2 and we've never had the little feckers, and NOW, NOW after they've both had friends over to play most of the day, I do the weekly comb and find the little fecking crawly bastard creatures (I'm taking this well as you no doubt can tell).

kreecherlivesupstairs Mon 12-Oct-09 09:17:42

At least you've found them early. My dd had a child in her class whose hair was moving independantly of her scalp [copious vomit emoticon]

HuwEdwards Mon 12-Oct-09 11:39:37

oh dear god....

RubyrubyrubysAScaryOldBint Mon 12-Oct-09 11:40:54

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HuwEdwards Mon 12-Oct-09 12:00:47

Ruby, I had to phone the 2 girls' parents. Luckily they were fine about it...

Cometrickortreatingwithme Mon 12-Oct-09 12:03:19

Yep my dd is best friends with a girl who often has them bungee jumping down her head and I have seen one taking some time out in her eyebrow.

Vodka is supposed to kill em.

Otherwise nitty grity/tea tree.

RubyrubyrubysAScaryOldBint Mon 12-Oct-09 12:21:14

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