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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Communication Techniques for the Under Tens

Top Ten Communication Techniques for the Under Tens (by J) As I’m the Jedi Master at communication techniques that drive my mum WILD, I thought I’d share my top tips with […]

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What Do You Do?

What do you do when someone you love has lost their mum? When it’s left them so devastated that all they feel is numb? What do you do when you see […]

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A Fairground Attraction

On Saturday we visited the Whitehaven Festival, whilst staying with friends in Cumbria.  As we joined the merry throng of people enjoying all the fun of the fair, we were […]

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Live Chat Cha-Cha

OK, so if you’ve read my previous post you’ll know that my blog isn’t actually broken as I suspected on Wednesday.  I just need to check my spam folder more often. BUT…when […]

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No Comment

My blog is broken and I’m waiting for someone to fix it. Unfortunately my ‘ticket’ number is 11368681; I really hope this doesn’t indicate a queue and my position in it. I […]

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Happy Father’s Day

Hubby – just to let you know, you don’t fool us.  For all your bravado, behind closed doors you’re just A big softy.  That’s right, your secret’s out.  Our boys […]

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That Moment When…

That moment when… You send your child to school with Dairylea on his face, don’t have any wipes and for a split second consider using your spit… You feel ridiculously […]

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Is Blogging Sadistic?

IS blogging sadistic?  This is a question I had to ask myself yesterday evening when we took the younger two to the park and the dog for a walk whilst our eldest was playing […]

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Operation ‘Party Plan’

*The agent dons video message sunglasses.  A voice recording begins to play*: ‘Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to plan your son’s eighth birthday party.’ ‘Your team will be: […]

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Types of Parenting

As my toddler fell over in the garden and cried for the nineteenth time in an hour and I called to him, ‘Oh dear, are you OK?’ in an unconvincingly […]

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