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prettyfly1 Thu 23-Jun-05 15:52:49

its a beautiful sunny day, and this thread seems to be getting a bti heated and miserable ( with the exception of the lovely dh thread - how jealous am i) at times at the moment so i thought it would be nice for everyone to do a big shout out for something/someone they think is great.

I go with mumsnet. Since i accidentally discovered it you guys have pulled me through some of the hardest scariet times of my life - I love it even when some of us are controversial so i am saying CHEERS [GRIN]

Mandymoo Thu 23-Jun-05 20:43:46

Hey prettyfly1 - good idea

My DD is great and makes me laugh just with the things she says and does.

And the sunny weather is great!!


Luv to all XX

compo Thu 23-Jun-05 20:48:37

BBQs - yummy food eaten outside, washed down with Pimms and cocktails

prettyfly1 Fri 24-Jun-05 13:45:38

only three of you have something nice to put - come on mumsnetters its the weekend - itll make ya feel batter. today i want to shout out for my ds. he is an angel!!!

Listmaker Fri 24-Jun-05 14:14:06

I want to shout for my dp of 9 months - he's amazing and fabulous and I can't believe my luck in having him in my life because he's gorgeous and sexy and so much more than I could have hoped for!!

I also want to shout for my gorgeous little dds who give me so much love and joy.

Good thread prettyfly!

Squirrel3 Fri 24-Jun-05 14:54:27

My new dgd (born on 20th) she is beautiful, and of course my dd for giving me my first gd!

starlover Fri 24-Jun-05 14:58:23

lovely sunny weather which means my GORGEOUS ds can kick around naked laughing at me all day!

berolina Fri 24-Jun-05 15:07:48

my beautiful ds (5 weeks 2 days) - my dh who is so good with him and giving me loads of practical support (despite some parenting disagreements!) - and everyone on MN who has helped me with bf and first-time-mum worries!!!

Hausfrau Fri 24-Jun-05 15:13:45

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berolina Fri 24-Jun-05 15:15:26

... you Hausfrau for surviving!
My PIL are coming tomorrow, but just for the weekend I am pleased to add!
(mini-hijack over)

redsky Fri 24-Jun-05 15:58:23

this is very out of character but I want to say YIPPPEEEE for MEEEEEEEE!!

After 20 years of on/off depression and putting up with ghastly meaningless jobs (mostly washing up and making sandwiches) and a totally unsupportive dh - things have suddenly turned a huge corner. Dh is now letting me manage the 'front of house' of our pub and I am LOVING every minute of my new role. Also after living in a tiny flat above the pub for the last ten years it looks like we may be purchasing the house of my dreams next door to the pub - which would be FANTASTIC.

Also ds (17) has been appointed head boy of his boarding house - (proud mummy emoticon)!

My life has never been better!


ps I think I am falling in love but we are both managing to keep things 'professional' for now. Difficult tho' when we are working together 12 hours a day every day.

prettyfly1 Fri 24-Jun-05 18:26:56

redsky if your married are you falling in love with your husband- ia m confused. Congratulations all of you though on your fabuloue children and gorgeous partners ( how jealous am i)!!! And redsky congrats. ahve suffered big time with depp. so i know hwat a fantastic acheivement that is!!!!!!!!1

prettyfly1 Fri 24-Jun-05 18:27:44

big shout out for my spelling as well - honestly anyone would think i was russian!!!

redsky Sat 25-Jun-05 07:24:16

Thanks PF - sorry my posting was a bit garbled. No its not my dh I'm in love with.

prettyfly1 Sun 26-Jun-05 19:07:49

hi redsky, thats ok, it sounds like you have had a tough time. I am not a moral judge and jury believe me. Just make sure that you make each other happy and its the real thing or you could risk losing all your hard won security and that would be awful!!!!!!

prettyfly1 Sun 26-Jun-05 19:51:19

OUR CHILDREN!!!!!!!! They make us laugh they make us cry, but having mine has made my life-come on guys what does a girl have to do to read some good news posts around here!!!!!!!

Dior Sun 26-Jun-05 19:53:13

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prettyfly1 Sun 26-Jun-05 20:04:19

dior that sounds lovely, thank you.

Dior Sun 26-Jun-05 20:05:16

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prettyfly1 Sun 26-Jun-05 20:11:04

dont you find laughter is always the best medicine and a fab aphrodisiac, good on ya both and long may it reign!

Xena Sun 26-Jun-05 20:15:34

I agree with laughter being the best medicine!
My DS has been an angel for the last week and 1 day (and counting ) am loving having my little boy back again. (He is 7 and we have had a fairly bad year with him/ us not coping with his behaviour)

prettyfly1 Sun 26-Jun-05 20:22:16

then i guess you desreve a shout out as well for being strong enough to cope with the trails and tribulations of parenting and still being a loving mum at the end of it!!!!!!!!!

MrsGordonRamsay Sun 26-Jun-05 20:27:49

The fabulous thriving community we have in our parish, about 12 of us met for some drinks and nibbles in one the parishoners garden and it was so lovely.

DH reckons DS is going to be very confused when he goes to school as one of the women he was getting on famously with this afternoon, stands a 50 / 50 chance of being his reception teacher.

A £ to a penny, he will march up to her and say Hello X I saw you at Y and Z's house

Dior Sun 26-Jun-05 20:29:37

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MrsGordonRamsay Sun 26-Jun-05 20:31:37

I know, by the end of the evening we were trying to say to him, say good night to Mrs XXXXX, and he said but that is X

There maybe trouble ahead..............

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