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Old 28 December 2007, 03:09 AM   #121
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Old 28 December 2007, 03:12 AM   #122
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Eeeeks, hopefully tomorrow will be better Elaine!!! Nighty night girl!
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Old 28 December 2007, 03:14 AM   #123
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Eeeeks, hopefully tomorrow will be better Elaine!!! Nighty night girl!
thanks :)

am actually fine ... just surfing around for a while more before i turn in ....

hope u have a grea day karis :)
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Old 28 December 2007, 03:18 AM   #124
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Thanks E !!! At least it's quiet for me at work! Will definitely get out of here early!
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Old 28 December 2007, 03:20 AM   #125
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Thanks E !!! At least it's quiet for me at work! Will definitely get out of here early!
ha ha tats great !!!!!tomorrow is friday, time to slow down ....
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Old 28 December 2007, 03:50 AM   #126
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Yup, I'm ready for the weekend! Might go to some ADs tomorrow with my mom! That will be fun.
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Old 28 December 2007, 04:37 AM   #127
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I'm a family photographer, so being around terrible kids all day is the best birth control method I could ever think of. I'm thinking I want kids around 30, definitely no later than 35 since Downs Syndrome and a load of other things happen much for frequently in the kids. But 30 is still 12 years away, I'll probably change my mind by then!!
And I know we're in a coffee shop, but I would really like a diet cherry Pepsi :)
The sight of a camera definitely and automatically brings out the absolute worst in children.

By the way, I've never been a "maternal" type and if you really want to know the truth, am not that crazy about kids in general. However, my own kids are a different story. I love them more than I could have ever imagined and think I'm a pretty decent mom. So don't worry if you aren't totally in love with kids... you'll love your own....
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Old 28 December 2007, 12:37 PM   #128
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Hi, girls!! Boy, take a break for a few days and look at what I miss!

I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas!
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Old 28 December 2007, 12:38 PM   #129
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LOL! Lots to catch up on Carolina! We got a bit serious for a while!
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:24 PM   #130
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Halo gals .... just came into the office ha ha
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:29 PM   #131
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Hi Elaine!!! So it's Friday for you! Yaaaayyyy!
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:31 PM   #132
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yea ..... half the workday just passed for me ........ yippeeeeeeeee ... halfway more to go !!!!!
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:35 PM   #133
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:38 PM   #134
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Any big plans for the weekend?
actually no plans at all sobbbbbbbbbbb

attending a seminar tomorrow morning and free like a bird after that .... may go catch a movie - National Treasure ha ha ......

been buying so much stuff recently that i am afraid to step into a mall !!!!!!!!
arghhhhhhhhhhhhh ha ha
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:39 PM   #135
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By the way, I've never been a "maternal" type and if you really want to know the truth, am not that crazy about kids in general. However, my own kids are a different story. I love them more than I could have ever imagined and think I'm a pretty decent mom. So don't worry if you aren't totally in love with kids... you'll love your own....
Hate to butt into girl talk but I agree completely with Lisa.
I never really knew what to do with kids and was never really comfortable with other people's kids.
But after having my own boy it's a whole different story. I spent all my time not working taking care of him. I took him everywhere with me even as an infant. We would go for walks everyday (him propped up in the wagon) and I read to him every night. I can't tell you how many hundreds of hours have been spent playing catch. Even now he's 11 and I tuck him in every night.
So you don't have to be one of those cuddly, mushy "kid people" to be a great parent. You only have to be that way with yours.
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Old 28 December 2007, 01:46 PM   #136
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Hate to butt into girl talk but I agree completely with Lisa.
I never really knew what to do with kids and was never really comfortable with other people's kids.
But after having my own boy it's a whole different story. I spent all my time not working taking care of him. I took him everywhere with me even as an infant. We would go for walks everyday (him propped up in the wagon) and I read to him every night. I can't tell you how many hundreds of hours have been spent playing catch. Even now he's 11 and I tuck him in every night.
So you don't have to be one of those cuddly, mushy "kid people" to be a great parent. You only have to be that way with yours.
No worries

yea, i believe that you will have to experience it before we will truely feel the maternal (or paternal) instinct kick in .

Just that i am too afraid to take the big step.

i had sort of done it in the sence that i took a lot of responsibility in bringing up my brother ......

who knows ... anyway i am not even married so at the moment i can shout and say
"Who cares abt kids !!!!!" ha ha
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Old 28 December 2007, 02:51 PM   #137
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Hate to butt into girl talk but I agree completely with Lisa.
I never really knew what to do with kids and was never really comfortable with other people's kids.
But after having my own boy it's a whole different story. I spent all my time not working taking care of him. I took him everywhere with me even as an infant. We would go for walks everyday (him propped up in the wagon) and I read to him every night. I can't tell you how many hundreds of hours have been spent playing catch. Even now he's 11 and I tuck him in every night.
So you don't have to be one of those cuddly, mushy "kid people" to be a great parent. You only have to be that way with yours.
Bill, excellent comments. Butt in any time! We love to know what the guys think, too.
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Old 28 December 2007, 10:48 PM   #138
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Hate to butt into girl talk but I agree completely with Lisa.
I never really knew what to do with kids and was never really comfortable with other people's kids.
But after having my own boy it's a whole different story. I spent all my time not working taking care of him. I took him everywhere with me even as an infant. We would go for walks everyday (him propped up in the wagon) and I read to him every night. I can't tell you how many hundreds of hours have been spent playing catch. Even now he's 11 and I tuck him in every night.
So you don't have to be one of those cuddly, mushy "kid people" to be a great parent. You only have to be that way with yours.
Totally agree - at least it was the same for me. I think parenthood is one of those things you can't fully understand until you experience it for yourself. Pre-children, I never could relate to the sacrifices parents made in the name of their kids (although I could appreciate the concept, I suppose). Now, I am right there in midst of it all, enjoying the ride (and sometimes hanging on for dear life!).

Oh, and good morning, girls!
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Old 28 December 2007, 10:49 PM   #139
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Bill, excellent comments. Butt in any time! We love to know what the guys think, too.
Hey, Lisa - did Santa bring you anything nice for Christmas?
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Old 29 December 2007, 12:14 AM   #140
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Old 29 December 2007, 12:19 AM   #141
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Hey, Lisa - did Santa bring you anything nice for Christmas?
As I told Bo, my favorite gift was his post of the new Rolex catalogue! Hmmm.... I got some cash, and I'll have to think of something to buy with it instead of diapers! Truly, my Rolex purchases this fall were my early Christmas presents, so I want for nothing else.

How about you? And nice to see you again after your short break from the forums.
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Old 29 December 2007, 12:19 AM   #142
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On the parenting front we have 3 x Boys 1@ 14 and 2@ 8 and we are both 34.

Its only now that we are just getting round to trying to establish a bit of a social life. The hardest thing for us - is trying to re-adjusting.
Raising the Boys came natural - its the trying to get some form of social life back, we find hard.
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Please teach this phrase to my other half Lisa will you Please
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Old 29 December 2007, 12:47 AM   #144
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On the parenting front we have 3 x Boys 1@ 14 and 2@ 8 and we are both 34.

Its only now that we are just getting round to trying to establish a bit of a social life. The hardest thing for us - is trying to re-adjusting.
Raising the Boys came natural - its the trying to get some form of social life back, we find hard.
Hi, Stuart. Social life.... what a foreign term. Still, it's good to hear there is such a thing after having kids!
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As I told Bo, my favorite gift was his post of the new Rolex catalogue! Hmmm.... I got some cash, and I'll have to think of something to buy with it instead of diapers! Truly, my Rolex purchases this fall were my early Christmas presents, so I want for nothing else.

How about you? And nice to see you again after your short break from the forums.
Ahh - and cash is nice, too! I found an iPod Nano under the tree, but usually we just buy for the house.
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On the parenting front we have 3 x Boys 1@ 14 and 2@ 8 and we are both 34.

Its only now that we are just getting round to trying to establish a bit of a social life. The hardest thing for us - is trying to re-adjusting.
Raising the Boys came natural - its the trying to get some form of social life back, we find hard.
WOW Stuart! You're so young to have 3 kids at the ages you mentioned. Amazing!
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Old 29 December 2007, 03:19 AM   #148
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Ahh - and cash is nice, too! I found an iPod Nano under the tree, but usually we just buy for the house.
Oooohhh, I'm thinking of getting a Nano for myself. It will be my first MP3 player! They're so cool!
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Oooohhh, I'm thinking of getting a Nano for myself. It will be my first MP3 player! They're so cool!
I know - these things just keep getting smaller and smaller!
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Old 29 December 2007, 07:41 AM   #150
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OK, does anyone here like to cook? I'm doing up a nice prime rib roast tonight and I'm feeling a bit proud of myself. Although if I mess it up, there's $30 down the drain!
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