June 07 - Ooops we did it again!!...Hoi...OVER HERE!

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daisyandbabybootoo Thu 06-Sep-07 23:41:26

grin

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Dontknowmyarsefrommyelbow Thu 06-Sep-07 23:46:46

oh bugger - I didn't know what to do then!

trendaverter Fri 07-Sep-07 07:37:04

Morning all!

Am still depressed. But in an effort to cheer myself up, I have cleaned the bathroom and descaled the kettle this morning.

I am actually I little ashamed to admit I am a clean freak blush

I was saying to Holly it won't last though, I reckon I am on the slippery slope to squalor and chaos with the little man!

loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 08:24:34

Are you saying my house is chaos and squalor biatch?! grin If you were you'd be very correct! Hope the cleaning has made you feel better!

You lot are fucking minging! I was just reading the other thread from last night about the worms! EWWWWW!!! I can handle blood, guts, just about vomit, but parasites! NOOOO!!! I am shit scared of the day one of the dcs comes home with worms or nits. I am now itching all over just thinking about it!

trendaverter Fri 07-Sep-07 08:27:01

I wasn't saying YOUR house was squalor LOL!!!
I was just saying that mine was on the way to it!!

<<Creeps off and isn't going to talk anymore as is having the uncanny ability to say the wrong thing at the moment>>

loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 08:30:03

I was only joking!! Come back!!

trendaverter Fri 07-Sep-07 08:30:47

I'm here. I have nowhere else to go!

Am going swimming with LO today. God help me!

loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 08:33:03

It'll be fun! Hope he likes it! Remember to have food on stand by for when you get out!

trendaverter Fri 07-Sep-07 08:39:22

for him or me grin

domesticgrumpess Fri 07-Sep-07 08:40:55

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trendaverter Fri 07-Sep-07 08:41:10

righty ho
I have called off the job search. I don't want to go back to software consultancy, 12 hour days, long commutes etc.

I have decided instead to do home visits - check on pets and feed them while owners are away. About £20 per day but I can take the little man with me and it's only an hours work! Pays for the weekly shop!

bumperlicious Fri 07-Sep-07 08:44:19

Really TA, is that what you are going to do? That's great, much more fun. Can you do the photography on the side to bump up the cash?

God, my hair is coming out in clumps now - anyone know when it'll stop?!

loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 08:51:11

I don't really know much about asthma DG, but I think most surgeries do clinics once a week with the nurse. It might be worth him popping along to one of those. I know the NHS do take it very seriously as well. A friend of mine used to have frequent life threatening attacks and he was always proritised and treated well.

Bumper it will stop soon, I promise! You won't go bald! Don't try and hoover it up though, you'll break your hoover (I did)!

That's a really good decision TA. The last thing you want to do is spend every day at work feeling depressed because you hate your job and miss your lo. Even though it is less money surely it is worth it for your sanity.

bumperlicious Fri 07-Sep-07 08:52:55

DH is taking dd out for a bit so I am going back to bed!

loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 08:54:28

Ooo good idea bumper, wish I could do that! Just done a load of nappies, might put them on the line, put cbeebies on and snooze on the sofa!

Dontknowmyarsefrommyelbow Fri 07-Sep-07 09:15:43

Morning all

DG - The UK takes asthma more seriously than the US - from my experience looking at the two different markets for the sales of asthma drugs (US prescribe very little asthma medication compared to UK)
If you DH is waking in the night with symptoms - that is a strong sign that he needs to go and be assessed by GP/Asthma nurse and it is likely he will get preventer (steroid) as well as a reliever (ventolin type) inhalers.
I would say that he should always have a reliever with him.
Don't want to scare monger - but people die of asthma attacks! It is to be taken seriously.
My beef is that the inhalers they give out here are total crap - with only approx 8% of drug getting into lung (most gets swallowed) - I could go on and on - but I wont!!!!

Jamantha Fri 07-Sep-07 09:44:50

Morning all. Not sorry I missed the rest of the worms talk last night. But thanks for talking about asthma, has reminded me to see the nurse as am well overdue to do so.

DD had a really wet and stinky massive poo this morning and is zonked out on my shoulder now from the effort of it all.

foxybrown Fri 07-Sep-07 10:04:52

morning grin

daisyandbabybootoo Fri 07-Sep-07 10:06:56

You found me then grin

We must make more effort to re-direct the thread, however I will link the thread on the facebook group page as well in future....isn't t'internet clever stuff!

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loonylovegood Fri 07-Sep-07 10:07:52

Morning daisy and foxy!

I'm nappy shopping, am v confused!

daisyandbabybootoo Fri 07-Sep-07 10:09:01

Jamantha...is your LO feeding like a mad thing at the moment? Babyboo seems intent of sucking me inside out today. And I can't get anything done for her.

Tomorrow though, I am marching DH to Comet for a dishwasher. Enough is enough!

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daisyandbabybootoo Fri 07-Sep-07 10:09:16

tell me more holly....

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daisyandbabybootoo Fri 07-Sep-07 10:10:29

I found a really good shop on ebay...lots of bargains including wool wraps for £6...they are usually about £20.

I'll find a link for you!

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foxybrown Fri 07-Sep-07 10:11:16

Yay Daisy! it will change your life. better still, buy two and never have to do 'the putting away' either!

so holly and ta, what was the goss from from your meeting? c'mon, tell us!

daisyandbabybootoo Fri 07-Sep-07 10:14:28

Here

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