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Tuesday, December 8th 2009, 5:51pm

Author: Vegemite

Adopted together but now on my own

scoob- brilliant news- haven't checked in for ages as I am in "snap" situation with you, but yes, there is light at the end of the tunnel and you do come out much happier, and stronger. well done you xx

Wednesday, April 29th 2009, 6:04pm

Author: Vegemite

CSA payments

well I have a cheque for the CSA stated amount- i guess I just have to see how the appeal goes.

Tuesday, April 28th 2009, 5:53pm

Author: Vegemite

CSA payments

I love you donkey! thankyou!!! xx

Tuesday, April 28th 2009, 4:48pm

Author: Vegemite

Adoption out of the UK

hi baby hope- can I just check you are not with the armed forces? as they have their own specialist team. other than that I don't know sorry. How long have you been living/ plan on being based where you are? if you have been resident for some time there may be adoption possibilities in your country of residence. This is a bit of a luxury (if it is possible) that most UK based couples don't have who want to adopt internationally- it may be worth checking out. Good luck on the 2ww x

Tuesday, April 28th 2009, 4:41pm

Author: Vegemite

CSA payments

Hello, my ex is contesting the amount the CSA says he has to pay- does anyone alse have any experience of this and is it likely to be upheld? I know normally it is based on net income so he thought it would be much lower having been on the website, but due to all the pre- tax perks he gets/ has chosen I guess they take that into account? What happens while it is appealed? does he have to maintain the payments they have told him to pay? help please K

Sunday, April 12th 2009, 10:22pm

Author: Vegemite

got our first tooth

yey! xxx I remember when you were trying, so lovely to hear about the moments xx

Saturday, April 11th 2009, 8:48pm

Author: Vegemite

Feeling lonely

good for you murph! it does help you feel better doesn't it? I don't wanna hijack but is a tough one for me this weekend- dd with her dad for 2 nights... so I don't get to do the easter bunny thing- but everyone encourages me to look for the good- so tonight I realised I could take my dog out at sunset instead of being chained to dd and the house, and walk at a pace insted of a toddle. it was lovely! before that, I felt down, now I feel "up" it takes an effort to do stuff and not hide under the ...

Saturday, April 11th 2009, 5:23pm

Author: Vegemite

Feeling lonely

honey, I do understand, there are up times then times when you feel like absolute rubbish. Like you said though- the up days start outnumbering the down and it is on those down days we need to remember how good the ups are xxx

Sunday, March 8th 2009, 7:51pm

Author: Vegemite

Child abuse in the street

hiya- tough one- every parent loses their cool at some point but that doesn't sound pretty- sadly, is all too common. were there cctv in the area? if it is worrying you so much and there was cctv, you can always call ss and put your mind at rest x

Sunday, March 1st 2009, 6:49pm

Author: Vegemite

my marriage is collapsing...

oh that is lovely I am really pkeased for you- sounds like you needed some space to refocus and regroup and remember what you love about each other. hope it goes well! xxx

Monday, February 23rd 2009, 1:33pm

Author: Vegemite

Big Boy Bed

we swtiched the cotbed to into the toddler bed at 2 and 5 months i think? and then a proper single at 3 and a half. good luck- we did have a few fun nights of hey... great, i can get up whenever i want and play! but after some work dd is a good sleeper now and her bed is scrummy- so comfy!

Wednesday, February 18th 2009, 7:04pm

Author: Vegemite

my marriage is collapsing...

i really understand how you feel, it is awful to go through, but remember the rest of your life is a long time to be unhappy (in the famour words of my ex) some people are emotional and affectionate, others not, when cracks appear, it can be hard if you have one of each as the closed in/ less touchy feely/ heart on sleeve sees every conversation as another stress so steps even further back. quite honestly, the only thing i see that would work is someone independant there to help the two of you t...

Thursday, February 12th 2009, 5:12pm

Author: Vegemite

Alternative names for Gran

oh mrs J- I totally agree though, I was busting a gut to be able to say "here you go grandma and grandad" but none of them would play ball!

Thursday, February 12th 2009, 4:44pm

Author: Vegemite

** OVARIAN DRILLING QUESTIONS & CHAT **

i think time off work is different to total recovery time...... it depends on your job too- a bit like if some people break their leg they could still work after a week or so as they are at a desk but a fireman/ physical trainer you would be off for a long time. I think the general amt of time signed off for is about a week. hope you are feeling better soon.

Thursday, February 12th 2009, 4:29pm

Author: Vegemite

Alternative names for Gran

look! I have just found this (and copied it) from yahoo answers on a similar theme.. it was oma i was thinking of..(german- oma and opa) "In our family, I called my grandmother "Murr." It was a diminutive of the Swedish, "Mormor," meaning mother's mother. In Swedish, to say Father's mother, you'd say "Farmor." I guess if we had that in our family, it would have become "Furr." lol. (Not true, just joking.) As others have noted, there are many ways to call your grandmother. They don't always match...

Thursday, February 12th 2009, 4:26pm

Author: Vegemite

Alternative names for Gran

nanny nanna, noni I'm trying to think what my south african friends call theirs I think it starts with U.... maybe an alternative one like that? as it goes, on the flip side my dd calls her grandad dumpy. it started as grandad, but was too hard for her to say, then went the gramps, then grumpy, then dumpy. She even refers to him as grandad dump or little dump now bless her. both her grandmas hated grandma so she has two nannies- nanny and nanny roo (in aus). try not to stress too much, I bet you...

Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 8:01pm

Author: Vegemite

Sorry, bit morbid - would you take your child to a funeral?

went through this myself recently- have family who are practising catholic and they waited until their youngest was four and it was for distant relatives.. so when it really matters they have an understanding... ex's nan just died, and i didn't go for reasons including dd. he obviously did. they are a close eastend family (think people who have moved onwards and upwards but still a few about with crays links). had never thought about the wake as a seperate event really. they are such "big" event...

Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 7:28pm

Author: Vegemite

Why do Drs want to know what age first AF was?

lets not stray too far off topic mr entwistle but i have sampled englads best and ..... well.............. kimmy my bessie mate started really late too, but her body fat percentage as an athlete was incredibly low- and mine stopped when my body fat percentage (as a rower) got to 14. it can be down to loads of factors

Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 6:47pm

Author: Vegemite

Why do Drs want to know what age first AF was?

lol. but now i live here that should be sorted out then?

Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 6:14pm

Author: Vegemite

Why do Drs want to know what age first AF was?

so if someone started their periods at twelve, and had a regular monthly cycle, at what age would you statistically expect them to go into menopause ?




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