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January 09: The one where all the babies are getting active, Pat does a weekly round up, most of us have new names and we *will* all meet up.........

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DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 21:23:49

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furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 21:26:47

<<breathes on then polishes shiny new thread with sleeve>>

Scotia Sat 05-Sep-09 21:29:59

Just a quick check in to mark the thread

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 21:43:04

Good grief, have I committed myself to a weekly round-up???? relying heavily on my shabby memory there dogsmile Did you have a good wedding?

Furry- I second the waitrose yearning.

Soccer- Hope all goes well with the move, keep in touch on fb. Did you enjoy watching OH play for new team?

MissJ- Boosad but enjoy london and time with sis. DD was looking forward to seeing baby 'eye' again grin. we'll see you soon though.

DD absolutely wired today, DH and I poorly which hasn't helped. DH has lost it a couple of times. Went to a really nice environmental centre near us today with sculpture trail, woodland walks, picnic site, pond-dipping and farm animals; the pigs were so friendly. They even had composting toilets which DD was intrigued by! Beautiful place and so un-comercialised [sp?], right breath of fresh air and just what we needed. However she was just as bad this afternoon when at home and DH was trying to sleep off his manflu. Still, she could have an angelic day tomorrow (moose, you were right about the full moon!)

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 21:47:16

That sounds lovely pat. I love going to places like that. We live up the road from a city farm and spend quite a lot of time there.
The cafe sells home made cake! grin

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 21:49:33

Oh, meant to say hi to chefsmile. Good to see you, even if it is ranting about DH being unreasonable. Never realised you did Art, how interesting. Really wish I was in the slightest bit creative. Sounds very demanding though and bet you really have to be 'in the zone' and being on alert for DD just won't help. Boo-hiss to periods too, the first one sucks big-time. Z also has 6 teeth but is badly teething atm (hence the poo explosions and sink-bathsgrin) think it is 2 more on the bottom although his canines look very close to coming through shock.

Scotia- good to see you too!

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 21:52:20

Furry- the one downside to this place was no cafe (or upside considering my dietsmile). They are currently builing the visitor centre, looks very exciting eco-building type thing, not even close to being finished though.
You are right, that staring baby photo is DD will love it though!

DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 21:53:09

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DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 21:54:05

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furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 21:56:23

Definite upside diet wise I reckon. I'm a sucker for cake since i was pregnant and developed a sweet tooth. blush

I concur with period sentiments. Good news however is that even though first one back was horrendous, second one hasn't been nearly as bad.

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 21:57:22

oooo dog how are the kittens?

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 22:04:36

Oh the pressure.....!
<<gets ready to piss people off by missing out their most important news>>

I love a good chavvy wedding, they are always the most fungrin.

I am seriously worrying about some of the wiring in DD's brain today sad. really difficult to 'like' her and am so gutted because being back at work I wanted the weekend to be really special with the DC's. Fat chance of that.I'm not sure I can recall a day when she has been so wilfully disobedient and when we told her off she just laughs and answers back with a completely unrelated question 'How old are you mummy?' or the like (eg, one that she knows the answer to and has asked a million times, it is quite disturbing!). Still, we had a big cuddle before bed and she said she would like to be good tomorrow so she can have bedtime stories, I really hope so.

DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 22:08:34

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furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:09:07

oh pat it sounds really difficult. No advice here as haven't had to deal with anything similar yet. Cuddle before bed sounds good though, at least you didn't end the day in an argument.

DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 22:10:27

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furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:11:41

Just realized, DD has only wanted her dummy giving to her once since she went to bed at 7.30! <<touches every bit of wood in the room>> shock

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:12:31

oooo dog cheeky! grin

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 22:14:06

Cheers guys.......just realised I totally depressed the first page of the new thread. Damn!

Have fun dog wink

DogAgain Sat 05-Sep-09 22:22:02

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furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:23:25

No you haven't pat, it still looks cheery to me! smile smile smile smile smile

<<picks pat up and twirls her round and round and round and round and round and round>>

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:25:16

hmm, snoring kinda ruins the sex appeal. Not an alluring noise me thinks!

Damn, DD stirring. Spoke to soon! hmm

PatTheHammer Sat 05-Sep-09 22:26:25

oooh dizzy!grin.

Do love a good twirl!

Off to bed now, sleep well all babes and mums smile

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:27:45

Night pat sweet dreams! smile

furrymonster Sat 05-Sep-09 22:33:33

Off to bed myself soon so I'll sign off now. Think DD will want a feed soon as well.

Night dog hope you don't get trampled by kittens in the night! shock

hackneyzoo Sat 05-Sep-09 22:43:49

Bookmarking again, but Pat Know how you feel about difficult DD and wanting the time with them to be special.Term starts on Monday and am feeling wierdly anxious and sad about leaving my babies, albeit with DH, but really wan t the wekend time to cunt and so far this weekend there has been a fair bit of DD beinf not so 'd' d.
Furry Hope you have a good night and the wood touching did the trick.
..and DS crying so better go and do my motherly duties and cuddle that boy !

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