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7 is not my favourite age

(8 Posts)
NotQuiteCockney Thu 05-Feb-09 11:21:47

Anyone else read this? It sounds so right. I hadn't realised the blank staring, the dropping things, the forgetting, were all normal developmental stages!

Mumwhensdinnerready Thu 05-Feb-09 11:39:12

I've read the link but none of it sounds familiar.
I loved seven.

NotQuiteCockney Thu 05-Feb-09 12:48:06

I'm enjoying some parts of it, others, not so much. Do you have a 7-year-old boy or girl?

MadreInglese Thu 05-Feb-09 12:51:49

I loved 7

Wait till you hit 11 hmm

ramonaquimby Thu 05-Feb-09 12:52:59

I have a 7 year old daughter and she is vile at the moment, sometimes I just don't know what to do with her. sad

ContainsWildPerilousLuurve Thu 05-Feb-09 13:07:19

I am currently loving 7 (DS1). He's actually started to like his room tidy and he makes his own toast etc.

sandyballs Thu 05-Feb-09 13:12:06

Very interesting, particulrly after this morning's school run with my 7 year old!

Wallace Thu 05-Feb-09 13:35:06

Dd is 7. She can we wonderful, but she can also be 'orrible.

ds1 is 9, I think he is still going through the 7 phase, he is so disorganised...

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