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    Yeah I thought so too, He even started signing off his emails of sms's to me as Skid !!! Very original I thought. LMAO!!!


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    I like Skid too - very amusing! I actually have a friend who can't have light sheets or towels cause of her husband. Isn't that gross?? Imagine him sliding off the bed...... YUCK!
    Well we went to the market with about $30 as I forgot shane's wallet, so it was a cheap day. We just bought lots of food....YUMMO! I lvoe it at the start of the season where the stallholders are really generous with their samples

    I saw lots of dresses similar to Jenna's there, but with crappy chinese fabric, and they had them for $25. I think if I only made one dress from the pattern it would have cost me about $20 I spose, but obviously they get cheaper when you dont have to cost the pattern in the mix and you figure out exactly on the fabric you need. So I'd better get cracking on this peach/pink one! Not that she needs it today - cold, windy and showers here today.

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    It's miserable here too, Fi!
    Ewwww @ your friend's DH and his "skiddy" habit... yuk!
    LOL @ only having $30... ah well... enough for the important stuff Glad you had a good time.
    It's amazing how expensive the clothes are at the markets, hey?

    Gabby is driving me nuts. Why oh why must she get into everything??
    She discovered how to jump last night and she thought it was hilarious. She barely left the ground each time but would cack herself laughing with each jump. Neil and I were in fits!

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    Well it's beautifully warm and sunny here girls, although the wind is starting pick up now.

    We went to Paul's warehouse and got Joel and Brandon some shoes as they had the buy one pair get one free sale on. OMG Joel's shoes were a size 12 and Brandon's a 10 !!! Tehya was haviong fun running around with the footballs and throwing them which of course Mark thinks is fantastic. Say's she's his little sporty one... Hate to tell him it will be dancing and not football. I have 3 boys for that, this one is mine to play with

    Fi, I would make him wear boxers to bed and teach him how to wipe his arse if he were mine. And as for his towel getting grotty, doesn't he know to use soap on his date ??? Hey, Congratulations on your 3,000th post too hun

    Deb, maybe it's the weather. I find my kids go crazy in the wind. Tehya jumps now too, both feet off the ground, not very high but it's a start. She jumps off the bloody lounge too, before it was just from the cushions and now it's from the arms of the lounges. Alot higher for her to fall. We have to put her little lounge on the ground. Because try as I might to get her to stop it doesn't happen. She's even started doing it when there is no one watching her. Dare devil she is.

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    Dare devil Tehya!! Cheeky monkey!
    LOL @ Tehya being yours to play with. So if Mark gets his way and gets her into sport, does that mean Noah is going to do ballet??

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    Well, Noah is a big la- la. HEHE. Tehya is truely a tom boy and I don't love it. Although she does still have her softer side where sheloves to play with her bubba's and she loves to dance around, so fingers crossed she stay's abit girly for me.

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    Hi Ladies

    I thought it was time for a quick catch up with you all.

    Hayley is doing really well, although yesterday she decided to headbutt the back of the new front door and split her head open. Not pleasant, especially as we were walking out the door for netball. So I got dumped at netball with Shannen and DH, Tayla and Hayley headed off to the emergency dept. Thankfully it wasnt too deep, a little glue and it was fine. Hopefully it will heal okay. Just hope that its gone in a couple of weeks so that she will look normal for the engagement party.

    I am doing pretty well, just finished making curtains and drapes for Tayla's room, hopefully she will be back in there by Thursday, which means I have 24 hrs to clean the granny flat from top to bottom for the visitors on Friday night. FUN!!!

    I went shopping for clothes, properly for the 1st time in 4 yrs on Friday. It was brilliant! I have found the most amazing shop, specialises in size 14-30, which is just amazing and the clothes are brilliant! I took my sister, am amazed that I am now a 14-16 and she is a 20-22. I like being the skinny sister for once. The best thing is that they have an online shop too, so I can check out their new stuff before I head down there. I bought the most gorgeous outfit for the engagement party, just need shoes now, and nice weather!

    Hayley is due for her chicken pox needle, they have a session on the 18th, do you think she will be okay by the 27th if I go to that one?

    Apart from that, not much else happening, DH hates his job, but has agreed to stick it out for me and the mortgage. Still busy working on the house, but will get there eventually.

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    Dinky - woo hoo for your shopping spree and double woo hoo for being the skinny sister! I'd like to be that one day... tho my 2 youngest sisters are a size 8-10 so I dunno if it's ever gonna happen!! hahaha Me a size 10?? I just can't imagine it.
    As for the chicken pox needles... put em off as long as you can!!! Naah.. I only say that because Gab didn't react too well to them. We had a few days of her feeling sick and one of her vomitting.... twas a PITA.
    Awwww poor Hayley and her head! Ouchies! I'm glad it's not too serious tho.

    Trish - LOL @ Noah being a big la-la

    Just made a lasagne. I cooked the sauce overnight in the SC then refridgerated it today so all the flavours have infused through the meat. Yum! My cheese sauce turned out beautiful and smooth... yum! Looks like it's gonna be a grrrrreat lasagne!
    I think Neil is chomping at the bit for it because he's cut up the salad already, hehehe.

    Gab is still asleep, can you believe it? She went down at 1pm.... it's now 5pm. I should have had a nap too!!!

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    Ok I am here and going to post!!
    Ok deep breathe
    Deb: How cute Gab jumping it is so funny how entertaining they can be!
    Fi: Bllllahhhhhh nothing to tell you I have been chatting to you today
    Trish: Ohh sweet Tehya I can see the trouble you can have in sporting stores with all the fun balls
    Tanya: Hope all is going well and Violet is a treasure
    Dinky:Hope Hayley is ok.poor little mite

    Ok me me me me me me
    Eliza has come up in chicken pox spots 3 in total so it looks like a side effect from the vacination they are not bothering her but daycare may lol
    We had a party yesterday in Melbourne Eliza was mental it was funny she just ran and ran and ran wanting to play with the older kids of course there was the kids that screamed when my daughter just ran towards them lol Nick told one of his cousins that his son was a sissy yes lovely tact that is my husband. We had a lovely trip home I had forgotton to take her bottle for some milk before home luckily we found a 24hr chemist a 7-11 and a microwave on the trip home lots of $$$ later she was still screaming.
    95kms later she is still screaming high pitched...there was no love in the car
    I'm watching supersize me and feeling ill maybe I wont eat Macas for a long time. No bathroom still least the riff between Me ILs and DH has ceased aahh what a pain in the a$$
    Bec

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    OH some other girls are coming in to post. YAY!!! Not that I'm bored with Deb or Fi, but it is nice that someone else bothers to pop in to post.

    Bec, sounds like you had a lovely car trip. NOT. Tehya is generally ok in the car but Noah was a right little mongrel. Couldn't go 5 minutes without him screaming the car out.

    Dinky, poor Hayley, I hope that her head is healing good and not too sore for her. YAY for being the skinny sister too. I'm always the skinny or fat sister. I'm the only one Tehya had a reaction to her chicken px needle too. She ended up with a fine rash all over her torso, it was slightly raised but didn't really bother her. I hope the rest of your girls are doing well.

    Deb, your lasange sounds yummo. I usually just make mine up all in one go, don't worry about using the sc for it.

    Fi, I hope you got a goodnights sleep and Jenna is letting you have some rest.

    Well, today is the big day for Joel. He tried on his new clothes lastnight, too late if they didn't fit. He looked really cute in them too. I was a good mummy and ironed all of our clothes for the day lastnight so I just have to get off my butt and get into the shower and to wake Joel up. Mark has taken the day off to watch the little ones. Joel's dad Shane and his wife are coming up there too. I would rather that she doesn't go though, I can't cope with her at the best of times, let alone stressful ones. She'll be picking the wrong day to open her mouth today.

    Going to take mum up there with us, so atleast she can listen and take in any stuff that I might miss.

    Ok, better go. Hope all have a great day and make sure you don't miss me too much being away from here for a day

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    Bec - well howdy stranger!!! Still no bathroom?? What's going on? Poor Eliza getting a few chicken pox spots. Childcare shouldn't stress too much - apparently she isn't contageous (at least that's what my MCHN told me when she did Gabby's ones). We didn't get the spots - just everything else (irritability, vomitting, driving Mummy nuts!! hehehe). LOL @ Nick calling his cousin's son a sissy! I bet that went down like a led balloon.

    Trish - All the best for today, mate. I hope they're not too hard on Joel - just put the fear of God into him and that'll probably make him think hard before doing something so silly again. I'll be thinking of you - SMS me anytime if it gets too stressful.
    The lasagne was beeeaaaauuutiful! I used to make it up all in one hit too... until I discovered how yummy it was out of the SC. Very time consuming tho.

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    Aww thanks for that Deb. Atleast you had the mince done the day before so you just need to assemble the next day really. I used to do mine from scratch, tomato sauce and the cheese sauce too. Now I just buy the sauces and put it all togehter. So much easier I have a few more kids now too.

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    Hehehe yeah... I imagine the hassle of taking 2 days to make something is a little difficult with 4 kids

    OMG.. just put Gabby's baby einstein DVD on (she hasn't seen them in the months) and she LOVES the numeracy one. She's totally glued to the TV. Ahhh electronic babysitter!! muahahahaahahahaha!

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    *wwwwwwaaaaaaah* I just went to delete something & accidentally wiped my entire post and it was a huuuuge one!!! I'll try again LOL!

    Zander is going really well at the moment. He's starting to say short sentences! The latest is "oh my go" which is oh my goodness and comes from Granma. He also likes to say "ummm maaah" when he does something wrong & that one's from ym younger sister.

    He loves to play outside at the moment & would live out there if I let him. He runs around like a lunatic & generally has a great time. He's not jumping from the ground just yet but is jumping off things.

    Chicken Pox needles were fine over here, but he did have a minor temp for a few days afterwards. It was't much though, not enough to warrant nurofen or panadol. Oh oh he's sleeping through still I am so so happy about that one. I think he has finally got it

    LOL at the electronic babysitter Deb! When I put on Finding Nemo one day (and also Shrek another day) we discovered that Zander will watch for 12mins max! We gave him his first taste of Burton with Corpse Bride the other day. That effort resulted in a lot of dancing & spinning round!! I think he's going to be a fan like his mummy!!

    Good luck today Trish, I hope it all goes well :fingerscrossed:

    Fi, how's the nose now? I love Jenna's dress My um has heaps of old dress patterns from when we were little so I pan on hijacking them when we have a little girl! I was thinking of asking for an overlocker for Christmas as well LOL!

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    Awww @ Zander and all his new words! Very clever. I had to laugh at the "ummmm maaaah" - that's funny! Gab is the same... loves the great outdoors (which sometimes isn't good... esp. since I've been told to watch for snakes... arrgh!). Good to hear his chicken pox needles went well. LOL @ Zander liking Burton with Corpse Bride... sounds interesting!

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    Yep not sure what MIL would think about me allowing her grandson to watch a cartoon where half the characers are dead LOL!

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    Hehehe...she'd probably think the same as what she did about Zander wearing black!

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    Yep true!

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