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  • "Soooz" started this thread

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Reg: Apr 3rd 2008

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Children: 2 sons - Natural shock 99 & ICSI miracle 04

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Friday, December 12th 2008, 9:40pm

"adjusting" to high school ALREADY !!!!!

:8o: eldest ds is 9 - 10 in feb and already his primary school have had us go visit his high school and are making the "adjustment" already !!!!!!!!!!!!! am i the only mum to think that their baby is far too young to be at high school so soon !!!!!!!!!!

i'm surprised they aren't enrolling him at uni whilst all the application forms need completing by yours truly :snigger:

Proud mum to two sons - natural unexpected in 1999 :8o: and ICSI in 2004 : D

We must let go of the life we had planned;
to have the life waiting for us

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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 11:06am

I'm sorry this was missed Sooz.

I know exactly where you're coming from as I realised last night that 'next' September, my number one baby (she's ten in July) is going to secondary school.

That's just ridiculous and I'm in complete denial!



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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 2:10pm

Blimey, I imagine that this comes around so quickly, one minute thery're tiny and the next they're doing their Phd! Terrifying



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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 3:38pm

I know what you mean Sooz, when I first met my step-children they were 4 and 6, and now they are both at secondary school, I can't be old enough to have children that age :innocent:


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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 9:21pm

Sooz - Callum will be 10 in Feb too and is in primiary 6 so will go to High School in August 2010 .... nothing has been mentioned yet about where he'll go ... but it's in my mind and it's bloody frightening ... for me :innocent:
DS#1 FEB 1999 (CLOMID)
DS#2 MAY 2006 - MIRACLE !!