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Horrendous experience for my little girl, feeling so guilty

(46 Posts)
dilemma456 Sun 21-Jun-09 16:14:08

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rubyslippers Sun 21-Jun-09 16:15:25

what a sensible girl you have

poor you - your DD sounds like a star - she doesn't sound frightened

hope you feel better soon - migraines are the pits

Bucharest Sun 21-Jun-09 16:15:45

Awww, bless her, and you....
Hope you're feeling better soon, your little girl will be so proud of herself!

SpawnChorus Sun 21-Jun-09 16:16:39

Oh what a wonderful little girl! She sounds very bright too

MrsKitty Sun 21-Jun-09 16:16:49

Poor you. Your DD sounds like a very clever, caring and wonderful little thing - you should be very proud of her.

OhYouBadBadKitten Sun 21-Jun-09 16:20:38

awwww, what a star your dd is. You must be so proud of her. It sounds horrid for you. I hope you feel better soon.

Buda Sun 21-Jun-09 16:28:56

Poor you - it sounds awful.

But - your DD sounds amazing. She is a total star.

snigger Sun 21-Jun-09 16:40:40

Strong cup of tea and a sisterly pat on the shoulder for you, king-sized bag of chocolate buttons for DD - poor you.

FabBakerGirlIsBack Sun 21-Jun-09 17:51:05

Three cheers for that lady - brings teats to my eyes that strangers will help each other.

A million cheers to your DD. A true star.

I hope you feel better soon.

MrsMcCluskey Sun 21-Jun-09 17:54:59

Whatan amazing little girl you have, and what a kind lady who helped you.
Warms the cockles of my heart!

LadyPinkofPinkerton Sun 21-Jun-09 17:56:20

Poor you, but what a wonderful little girl

That brought tears to my eyes. So lovely

yappybluedog Sun 21-Jun-09 17:56:32

give your dd a big hug and tell her how proud you are - she sounds lovely smile

TurtleAnn Sun 21-Jun-09 19:33:20

Make both DD's certificate's for being so brave and phoning Daddy and stick it to the fridge to help them label their actions as' brave' and help them indulge in a little self-praise to see the experience as positive rather than as you see it as scary and negative.
Kids are so brilliant and clever in bizarre and unfamiliar situations - well done to you for bringing up such clever kids.

dilemma456 Sun 21-Jun-09 19:36:22

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Tortington Sun 21-Jun-09 19:38:15

wow she's a superstar!

Thingiebob Sun 21-Jun-09 19:47:29

If I have a little girl I hope she is as brave and sensible as yours.

Doodle2u Sun 21-Jun-09 19:48:33

She can have a pack of 12 pink velvet alice bands for £3.95 from here - I kid you not!

Tortington Sun 21-Jun-09 19:48:52


janeite Sun 21-Jun-09 19:50:09

not velvet but the sparkly one might do the trick!

sweetfall Sun 21-Jun-09 19:52:06

oh she's fabulous. Well done you for raising a child who was able to cope in such a scary situation. She did everything perfectly didn't she? grin

this is quite a tear-jerking story

sweetfall Sun 21-Jun-09 19:55:27

Supergirl Pink Sparkly Cape

lilymolly Sun 21-Jun-09 19:55:53

what a fabulous little girl, the same age as mine, and I hope mine would do the same.

Another one with tears in my eyes, and what a wonderful lady to help you like that x

NorbertDentressangle Sun 21-Jun-09 19:57:46

What a fantastic little girl you have there smile

Hope you're feeling 100% better now

NorthernLurker Sun 21-Jun-09 20:00:06

What a lovely story - your dd is fab! Doesn't sound like she was frightened tbh - just knew you needed help and had the confidence to get it - which is all a tribute to how you have raised her. So well done to you too!

dilemma456 Sun 21-Jun-09 20:07:51

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