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    Kelly -- Aww at poor Asha putting her tooth through her lip and woohoo @ her steps. I had to laugh at her snorting like a pig too that is soo cute !!!

    Naomi -- Great to see you. Where about are you living now ???

    Christy -- Rofl and giving matilda afternoon tea as well as tea.



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    BUON GIORNO A TUTTE!!!
    Hi!

    It's a very fantastic sun day, today!

    Oh Asha, I'm sorry! How is Asha now?

    EVVIVA Asha! The first steps! It's a great day for you!

    Kelly have you got 5 children? I would my third baby.... I hope after summer!

    Uau, I want a PIZZA and olso spaghetti too!!! Gnam gnam, it's very good!!!

    Hi Naomi, I hope it's ok into your new house!

    Michelle why are you sad? Jemma will be 3 years old in February and can she going to kinder school? Is it a problem? Or I didn't understand your post?

    Christy what's the meaning of DH? You wrote "when DH is home"...

    Our law for mathers are very different! It's very hard to work with children, but I think that the State would halp mathers and fathers. In Italy now women want not children for their job. The % is of 1,33 baby for family. But I think children are our hope for the future. Do you think that?

    Tomorrow it's my birthday! I will be 32!
    I hope we will go to the lake. Como's lake it's very beautiful!

    Now I go to have a lunch. A pizza!
    By by!
    Ely

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    DH is "Dear Husband" Mi Caro Esposo

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    Ely

    I do have 5 children but have only given birth to 3, Emma & Jack (from my first marriage) & Asha. Sian and Bree are Ryan's daughters from his first marriage.

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    Arron finally arrived at 8.30pm. He spent half an hr waiting in the pizza shop and then it is more than 10mins drive home. The kids ate, and not long after Jemma and Jessica qwent to bed and I went grocery shopping. I spent 1 and a half hrs walking around the supermarket but at least we have food now, and I brought some treats too, but I'm not letting the kids seeLOL, I brought pods and latte sachets and hot choc sachets.

    So far this hols the kids have finished a large tin of milo in 4 days. So now we are limited to 1 milo a day, how riduculous is that, $6 of milo gone they may of well eaten it by the spoonful.

    The wallbuddies stuff arrived today and I went around delivering today. I can't put any of my girls stuff up yet though cos a piece of Jess's is missing, coming next week and Jemma's room's not finished. Josh and Jordan's stuff are bday presents. And then while I was out my stupid annoying MIL dropped by....on the doorstep was a bowl of vege soup (cos she thinks I can't organise our dinner or somehting plus her ds (arron) told her it was the best soup and so now she'll bring it here all the time) and also the really cheap wall deco's that you get from the market except she has brought them from someones crappy garage sale. I don't know how many times I have to tell her we don't want other people's garage sale **** but since she knows I am buying the wall decos from wallbuddies she shouldn't have brought them cos they are so crappy compared to what I have brought. GRRRR! What is it with MIL's? Mine is just like Raymond's mother (Everybody loves Raymond) if you need a character profile, very annoying.

    Phew boy I needed that. LOL

    Anyway better go
    Cheers Michelle

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    OMG @ your mil Michelle. I am glad mine never drops in here. She has to drive by once a week when she goes to visit her sister. Andrew used to get ****ty knowing she was in the area but didn't bother calling in to say hello, and then she would complain when we didn't make a special trip to go see her.

    Well i guess I should be thinking about getting tea organised myself. Andrew brought chicken and chips home for lunch so I am not overly hungry but I am baby sitting from 6pm so want to get it out of the way as well.

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    Ely- I shouldn't be sad about Jemma going to kinder, I just feel sad cos that means she is growing up LOL. 3 year old kinder is for 3 year olds so they can socialise with other children, it will be good for Jemma cos she is very friendly and loves other kids. I have 4 children and will not be having anymore so it makes me sad to see them growing up so quickly. I hope you have a lovely birthday adn enjoy your pizza, ours was very nice!

    Kelly -poor Asha and wonderful on the steps too! Won't be long now!

    Cheers Michelle

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    Kelly - How is Asha today ?
    Well done Asha on taking 5 steps.

    I can't believe your MIL does that to you Michelle.
    Wow at how much Milo the kids have had already. We have had the sane tin for ages.
    I'm so glad mine has to get on a plane to see us \/

    Naomi - Hope the new house is going well. How are the boys doing ?

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    Thanks Michelle and Kathryn for the support re MIL. She keeps saying how she would pack up tomorrow and move to QLD and I keep wanting to pack her stuff for her.LOL Less talk more action I reckon, but I said instead, but then you wouldn't be able to see the kids and she said well I could live with you and Arron and the kids for the 3 hot months of the yr and then go back to QLD, YEAH RIGHT PIGS ARSE THAT WOULD HAPPEN! I didn't answer.

    I am very jealous Michelle that yours just left and Kathryn you are very lucky too. Doesn't help that I married the favourite son, or that we have the only 4 grandchildren, or that the other son moved to Qld and the daughter (who is my very dopey SIL) moved to Echuca, cos now it is just her and FIL and she gets bored I reckon. So I am the only one to pick on. She whinges about my dusting, my cleaning and anything else she can think of. She brings something everytime she comes, mostly food, which really makes us mad cos we are trying to stop the junk unless we want our kids to have it. She is nosey and if she helps me out she tells everybody how she had to do stuff, like " I had to wash Michelle's dishes yesterday!"

    The latest was that she would take jordan to QLD later in the year. And I said no she wopuldn't be going. She then was arguing telling me: I was being stupid, she'd be ok, I can't not let her go, she'd pay for her, she was old enough (10yo), she was the nana, she could look after her, I'd let my mum take her. I was getting angrier and angrier bc Jordan is my daughter, I am the mother and when I am ASKED something then I will make up my mind whether my child can do something or not. I will not be told by her or anyone else what my child can do. What's worse is I just knew what Arron was going to say, cos it's been the same since Jordan was born, firstly he laughed and then said I sounded like a ***** adn then said it wouldn't be so bad if Jordan went and I told him if he didn't back me up there would be hell to pay and that we are the parents she is the grandmother and not in charge of me! So we got to argue bc of it too. The good thing is Jordan will prob be at school when she goes anyway and I will not let her miss school so Arron will have to agree with me in the end.
    Sorry girls, gotta ***** about her or I will explode. (Guess I should've gone to the punching bag LOL)

    Cheers Michelle

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    Michlle - You not thought about doing what the others have done and pack up and move away from her ??
    I think that is the only way you will get rid of her.
    b#$&! away all you want about her.

    I bet mine will be back when we have baby #3. I am so thinking of not telling her when i get pregnant agian until after i have had the baby
    Thinking i could give her the wrong due date.
    Going tomake sure next time she does not come till at least a month to two months after the baby is born.

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    LOL Michelle yeah I have thought about it but I reckon she would follow. I woke up this morning after dreaming about moving to QLD, but it was a virtual nightmare....LOL we had to either store all our furniture or pay a removalist, I was going to try to find a nice place to live in the brisbane suburbs and it was truly scary. The thing is she loves QLD so it would be the worst place to move to. Arron's brother is in MAckay atm and my sis is in Brisbane, but she is moving to Canberra next yr. I couldn't move near her though cos I wouldn't want to live in Canberrra, Kilmore is cold enough without being close to all those polliesLOL. I guess too our eldest will be in grade 6 next yr and we are getting to the stage where moving isn't fair on the kids. Plus there are benefits of being close to family, like free babysitting, and my parents also live in Kilmore, although Arron would pack up tomorrow, he is always *****ing about my mum. My job which I can go back to is 25 mins from here and I had thought about moving to there but I don't think Arron would go there. Grin and bear it I guess, she does love the kids I Know that, she is just an annoying *****!LOL

    I like the idea of not telling your MIL about he 3rd pg until it's over. My MIL tried to get invited to our 2nd birth but there was no way known that was gonna happen! Would DH go along with that?

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    Doesn't help that I married the favourite son, or that we have the only 4 grandchildren, or that the other son moved to Qld and the daughter (who is my very dopey SIL) moved to Echuca, cos now it is just her and FIL and she gets bored I reckon.
    I married the ONLY son not the favourite LMAO, and we have the only 2 grandkids living in the same state as them. They used to say about moving to Victoria where Andrew's half sister lives so they could be closer to the other 3 grandkids.... my response.... "be my guest" lmao. There other daughter fled to Amercia 2 wks after Kam was born and hasn't been seen since apart from the odd email to them once every 6mths or so.

    She is nosey and if she helps me out she tells everybody how she had to do stuff, like " I had to wash Michelle's dishes yesterday!"
    Are you sure we don't have the same MIL !!!!! LMAO

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    How unlucky for you Kathryn that they didn't move! and lucky for the SIL, and your other SIl had the right idea, she will prob settle down there away from it all! LOL I am starting to think that there are 2 types of MIL's the one like ours and the really nice ones, which I don't have and neither do you or Michelle obviously! My plan however is to be a nice MIL, esp cos I have 3 daughters who will give any gf of their brother a hard time just cos they can, so I would like to be the nice sort, I am sure you girls have the same idea as I do for your boys. I am wanting to gain another daughter, not create **** all the time for my son.

    My MIL loves it that I hate certain foods and then she cooks them and brings them here, like Tuna macaroni, Salmon patties (which are really Tuna Patties- and it totally annoys me that if you make Tuna patties you try to pass them off as salmon patties), and also she goes on about eggs. I don't really like egg, but I still make dippy eggs (soft boiled with toast) for the kids, I just don't eat them. She informed me that she had made them for my kids one time she looked after them, like she was a hero and I told her that just cos I don't eat some things doesn't mean the kids don't get to eat them, she was disappointed about that. I guess the thing is I am now a **** stirring daughter in law, she was prob hoping she would have a daughter in law that would listen to her cos none of her kids ever did. Unfortunately she got me, and the stubborn ***** that I am she isn't ever going to win!

    Cheers Michelle

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    Rofl Michelle...... My MIL does the exact same thing, she knows i hate certain food that Andrew loves so she would cook what andrew loved specifically for tea then go on about how she would have to make me something else, when she knew well in advance that I didn't like it in the first place ](*,) Of course she would get accolades from andrew for cooking his fave !! ARGH. As you can tell we haven't been there now for tea in a long long time.

    Ewww at trying to pass of Salmon Patties as Tuna Patties too, or whichever way it went LOL. I love Tuna Patties but hate Salmon Patties

    Yes I totally agree with you with wanting to be a "nice" mother in law when/if the time comes, but I am sure the DIL's (rofl at DIL too) will find something to complain about to their online buddies hahahaha.

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    I guess so Kathryn, but some of the girls here have lovely MIL's, not fair I say! We have been invited to MIL's for tea so many times and the dinner is something she knows I hate too, That is freaky, is there a ****ty MIL manual or something?LOL Seems they know what to do to **** us off. What's more when you invite her for tea, the minute she walks in the door she says how she's not really hungry and then says she doesn't want much, tells me not to give her a dinner plate, to just give her a bread and butter plate - which doesn't happen by the way, I refuse to embarrass our lovely dinner! The last few times she has come I warned Arron that if she started complaininng she would get the jam sandwich she always says she would have had at home. Lucky for her she has stopped *****ing (since Arron went berserk at her one night about the whinging) and she has sat down and aate without the whinging lately. Even going out to tea is painful, the meal takes too long, then it's over or under cooked, it's terrible, she asks for kids sizes she complains to waitresses very loudly, I so hate going out with them.

    I think we need to locate the manual and do some changes!

    Cheers Michelle

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    LMAO at you girls....I'm sure I would feel the same if we lived near the MIL, but I have more problems with FIL...who feels that it is his job to declare that all his opinions are true & all of mine are false ](*,) ](*,)

    With the food thing whenever we go MIL plans the meal months in advance and even if I say it three or four times she STILL cooks things I either can't eat...when I PG Xmas lunch was cold meats, prawns & soft cheeses (brie & camembert) I love those foods, but didn't eat them during PG and she knew that.. #-o

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    Michelle - I think DH would go with what i say and not tell MIL but i know i would give in and tell him to tell her. We where not going to tell them for ages when i first fell pg with Alex but gave in after i told my family.

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    OMG @ the dinner plate thing Michelle..... that is SOOOOOO my MIL too !!! She won't have a large plate if we go there for dinner and makes it feel like we are taking food out of their mouths so to speak. If she comes here she will hardly eat (but it is rare for her to eat here anyway)

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