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Always-Skint wrote:
Thanks JacqiL, one very proud dad here. Hope the weather's is ok for the Jubilee Day. The weather here wouldn't make you feel jubillant at all. Thats an awful lot of presents. When is W's birthday? YS (of ECDL fame) has his tomorrow and wondered if W is the same

His birthday was Monday, but he had a party on Sunday and gots lots of presents then and being 5 he asked for a racing track...

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AS well done to your YS. You must be very very proud.

It is dull here this morning in  both weather and what needs to be done.

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JacquiL wrote:
Always-Skint wrote:
Thanks JacqiL, one very proud dad here. Hope the weather's is ok for the Jubilee Day. The weather here wouldn't make you feel jubillant at all. Thats an awful lot of presents. When is W's birthday? YS (of ECDL fame) has his tomorrow and wondered if W is the same

His birthday was Monday, but he had a party on Sunday and gots lots of presents then and being 5 he asked for a racing track...

Oh god the dreaded racing tracks, I hate those things (unless they are in someone else's house), they take up so much room you have to keep sticking them together.  I was so glad when es grew out of them.  Whats the chances ys decides to like them too???

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We side-tracked ES onto Hexbugs instead - the tracks are smaller!

Very well done to your YS - and possibly a reflection on your teaching skills??

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Congratulations to your son, AS, that is something to be proud of.  Wishing him a happy birthday for tomorrow, too.

It's quite rainy here, too - and I've just had to close the window (for the first time in days, 'cos I'm cold!)

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AS Well done to your son, fantastic achievement.
Hope the jubilee day goes well for W today, our school is holding their JD tomorrow. Not sure if YD will make it though as she has some spots on her legs that look suspiciously like chicken pox, not 100% sure though. She's off today anyway having been sick yesterday but she's not been herself for a while & has no appetite which is completely out of character.
Am debating whether to make a quick dash into town as I have no gluten free food left for me & to pick up some calamine lotion just in case.....
Have a good day all!!!

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What an amazing achievement AS, I bet you were grinning like a cheshire cat! And happy birthday to him for tomorrow, will you get to see him on the day or are you celebrating over the weekend?

Boys both out all day today, I've done the shopping, walked the bad dog (who ate several lego pieces this morning and got one lodged at the back of her throat, had to sit on her and poke the damned thing out, next time she can choke). I've also put up ANOTHER curtain rail in Olly's room. This is the fifth one, and I've made it as strong as humanly possible, if this one comes down there will be war. 

Off to the opticians with Olly after school, then his Jubilee disco. I'm on the nail-painting stand, you'd think it'd only be girls wanting it done but last time I convinced dozens of the boys to have blue and green fingers, you could see the pained expressions of the fathers who clearly weren't impressed (including DH, who said I'd turn Olly gay by painting his fingers, because in his head that's the root cause of homosexuality, idiot man). I might paint George's nails too, just to upset him...

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Have fun at the disco, OA.

Dd's school did some fundraising activities before Easter, and the year 5 group did nail painting at lunchtime one day (school rules relaxed for this one!).  Several of the year 6 boys had their nails done too!

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Quiet day at work today, caused by Corbin waking me at 4.30am this morning! 

Corbin back at school today, Beth walked herself and DH is signing on.

I'm off to the bingo again with DH's nana, we are making it a weekly night out Smile

Will leave DH and kids to fend for themselves for dinner he he

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OliversArmy wrote:
What an amazing achievement AS, I bet you were grinning like a cheshire cat! And happy birthday to him for tomorrow, will you get to see him on the day or are you celebrating over the weekend?

Boys both out all day today, I've done the shopping, walked the bad dog (who ate several lego pieces this morning and got one lodged at the back of her throat, had to sit on her and poke the damned thing out, next time she can choke). I've also put up ANOTHER curtain rail in Olly's room. This is the fifth one, and I've made it as strong as humanly possible, if this one comes down there will be war. 

Off to the opticians with Olly after school, then his Jubilee disco. I'm on the nail-painting stand, you'd think it'd only be girls wanting it done but last time I convinced dozens of the boys to have blue and green fingers, you could see the pained expressions of the fathers who clearly weren't impressed (including DH, who said I'd turn Olly gay by painting his fingers, because in his head that's the root cause of homosexuality, idiot man). I might paint George's nails too, just to upset him...

Lol at your DH, ys has a thing about nail polish and pink t shirts, can be seen pushing a dolls pram.  OH is disgusted and is convinced that he'll end up gay as a result.

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