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Last day of school hols here - how can I make it special?

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ssd · 17/08/2005 10:02

I feel like doing something with my 2 now school is so imminent - tomorrow.

Weather is a bit iffy, what do you recommend?

Not too tiring or expensive too!!

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Enid · 17/08/2005 10:07

a picnic would be the best thing in our house.


ssd · 17/08/2005 11:08

thanks Enid. Don't think the weather will hold out but a good idea.

we're going to The Tall Ship in Glasgow, ds2 thinks he's a pirate anyway and ds1 can follow in a mood, anything not related to football bores him silly but tough!!

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ssd · 18/08/2005 10:10

Well in case anyone is interested we went bowling!! Had lunch there, boys thought it was fab!!

Now they are back in school and nursery and all is well

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mumtosomeone · 18/08/2005 10:57

Its odd how you rush around when they are going back to school as if you wont be able to do anything once they have gone back!!!
What are us mums like!
We have 3 weeks left!


Aimsmum · 18/08/2005 11:04

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ssd · 18/08/2005 12:34

Hi Aimsmum!

First morning went okay, I've collected ds2 from nursery and mindee (I childmind). Ds2 is a bit moody, but hey ho! I had to wake ds1 up this morning so he'll be moody tonight too!!

Worth it though, had 2 and 1/2 hours to myself this morning for first time since end of last term - bliss!!!!

Did your dd start school today? Hope it went well if she did and how are you feeling if she has!?!

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Aimsmum · 18/08/2005 13:39

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ssd · 18/08/2005 14:55

Does she do half days till September?

glad the first day is over!!

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Aimsmum · 18/08/2005 14:58

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