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I'm not sure where ds2 (9) is! I guess I probably ought to go and look for him.

(7 Posts)
roisin Sun 27-Jul-08 17:07:28

Oh dear, we really are well into the realms of relaxed, laidback holiday atmosphere.

ds1 (11) just asked where ds2 is, and neither dh or I know blush
ds1 doesn't think he's in the house, but he does sometimes hide places.

We both have a vague memory of him saying a while back that he was going to call on some friends in the street to see if they wanted to play. I can't really remember though whether he went or not, and whether he came back blush

I was watching the rugby and wasn't really concentrating.

MarsLady Sun 27-Jul-08 17:08:19

Ah yes... summer holidaysitis!

notasheep Sun 27-Jul-08 17:09:05

he will be back when he is hungry!

Peckarolloveragain Sun 27-Jul-08 17:10:39

lol this made me laugh.

We have just started giving my nearly 9 year old some more freedom and she is allowed to play out and go on her bike.

The first day I was a neurotic mess, hovering around insisting she came back every 3 minutes to let me know she was still alive.

Then very quickly I got very used to it and just presume that she will come back when she is hungry!!

Psychomum5 Sun 27-Jul-08 17:11:47

I do not have any trouble finding my lot when I allow them to play out......they are so noisy I can find them a mile off (well, I reckon I could, have yet to try the theorywink).

seriously, let the psycho crew out and the street knows!!!blush

roisin Sun 27-Jul-08 19:34:33

I went and found him in the end. He was at a mate's house playing in their garden grin

I love summer!

MarsLady Sun 27-Jul-08 21:12:45


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