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I think its rude of her not to cater for you!!

are you talking about the recent toy say or the one back in July? I lay-by'd one from July and it was arouand $275 that included 3 games + they added the Wii Resort game to it around October as this wasnt incuded in the original bundle.

There is 4 1/2 years between myself and my eldest sister and we have always gotten along better than I do with the middle one (there is 23 months between us). I dont remember any issues as kids growing up, she was always around, and I played with her as much as I did the middle one. I have a 5 year gap between my 2 DD's. It wasnt planned that way but we lost 2 pregnancies inbetween them. but I'm happy with the age gap now. Emma (DD1) started school about a week after Hayley (DD2) was born. So it gave me quality time with DD2. Emma LOVES being a big sister and loves to help out. She is now really enjoying teaching Hayley (now 19 months) new things. Its worked out realy well for us so far and I can't see the 5 year gap causing any problems in the future. When I was 13 I used to go and stay with my sister (she had moved out at 18) in the school holidays and loved it.

There is 4 1/2 years between myself and my eldest sister and we have always gotten along better than I do with the middle one (there is 23 months between us). I dont remember any issues as kids growing up, she was always around, and I played with her as much as I did the middle one. I have a 5 year gap between my 2 DD's. It wasnt planned that way but we lost 2 pregnancies inbetween them. but I'm happy with the age gap now. Emma (DD1) started school about a week after Hayley (DD2) was born. So it gave me quality time with DD2. Emma LOVES being a big sister and loves to help out. She is now really enjoying teaching Hayley (now 19 months) new things. Its worked out realy well for us so far and I can't see the 5 year gap causing any problems in the future. When I was 13 I used to go and stay with my sister (she had moved out at 18) in the school holidays and loved it.

I kept everything that DD1 had and now wish I didnt. As I really struggled to come up with ideas on what to buy DD2 for her b'day and xmas. Now I am more ruthless with DD1's things and she doesnt play with them and they have no sentimental value etc I donate them, mostly when she isnt around. She still LOVES her stuffed toys and won't part with them at all, so I usually just get rid of a few at time every now and then, so she doesnt notice. Unless it is something sentimental or somethign expensive in great condition that you dont want to have to buy again I would get rid of it

Ok, I'll try to explain as best I can, as it does get confusing once you do part time work. For the 7 years that you worked full time, you would've accrued 63 days long service leave as you get 9 per year. If your maternity leave was unpaid, you would not accrue LSL during this time. Once you returned to work part time your accrual would then depend on how many hrs you were working...eg if you are working 2 days a week that is 0.4 - so you would only accrue 3.6 LSL days per year. Also LSL is taken in calendar days. So for your 63 days LSL that you accrued at full time, that is 7 weeks at full pay, or you could take it half pay which would be 14 weeks etc. The LSL that you have accrued whilst being part time is a bit different. Because you are currently part time you are best to speak with your payroll people, as there are different ways that you can take your leave and it does get very confusing. Hope this helps. I have worked in this job for almost 12 years and as such I ...

I was worried about DD1 (6 1/2) recognising my writing on the Santa presents last year, so I got my mum to write on those labels. In the end it didnt really matter as she just ripped the wrapper off once she knew the pressie was for her. I would try to geta neighbour or other family member to do the "Santa" writing.

1st of December for us as well.

Croup is most definitely contagious, and it is usually spread by airborne infectious droplets sneezed or coughed into the air by infected children. When infectious droplets are inhaled by a healthy child, symptoms can develop in two to three days. The infection can also be spread by infected mucus deposited on doors, furniture, toys, and other objects. A healthy child can become infected by accidentally touching the infectious mucus and transferring the infection into his/her mouth.