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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 19:46 
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I set mine up as direct debit and it just takes the money indefinitely.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 20:12 
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Curiosity wrote:
I set mine up as direct debit and it just takes the money indefinitely.


Me, too.

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MaliA wrote:
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I set mine up as direct debit and it just takes the money indefinitely.


Me, too.


Me three. All for one and 12 monthly payments from your designated bank account for all!


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Well I've set it up as a direct debit now.

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Probably a good job he's not claiming on your insurance now then. No tax might make it invalid.


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Amazing. When checking whether the guy you hit was insured you discovered you wrrrrnt. Tha's fantastic.

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Did a small job over a month ago and have been waiting on a cheque, no biggie just £25. I was going to send a text to remind him this weekend.

Didn't need to as one arrived in the post today. For £50. :metul:

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Got home from the Manchester Firstball softball tournament at about 10pm last night. Won all four games on the Saturday - I made one particularly memorable play from third base throwing to first - went out and got pissed watching the boxing, then lost our first game on the Sunday (I had a shocker at second base). We won our next two to get to the Bronze Cup final, but were well beaten there.

All in all a brilliant weekend, but I'm paying for it now. So glad there's no work today.


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I had a shocker at second base.

Tch, kids today, eh?

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My son came home from Nursery last week and asked me if I could take him to Legoland Windsor.

Clearly been a discussion point with his friends as he helpfully added that it wasn't far from his school or our house :DD

Looked at the price £70 on the door for 2 of us :(, then was reminded that Tesco Clubcard Vouchers are the way forward

Sacrificed £26 worth of those and we are in tomorrow! Looks really good as well I'm excited :)


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I've come home early because crying Mrs wookie called, Seren has been crying literally all day and now that I'm here nic has LITERALLY RUN OFF! I'm sure she'll come back... I've tried many things to calm Seren and the winner so far is deafeningly loud, up tempo remixes of techno and house. She seems to prefer dubstep if anything.


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Having kids really ages you, doesn't it?

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It's so important to get kids into techno at an early age.

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I've come home early because crying Mrs wookie called, Seren has been crying literally all day and now that I'm here nic has LITERALLY RUN OFF! I'm sure she'll come back... I've tried many things to calm Seren and the winner so far is deafeningly loud, up tempo remixes of techno and house. She seems to prefer dubstep if anything.

Dawwwww! Look at the pair of you :luv:

I still sometimes run off when Russell gets home. I did yesterday. Not a bad day, apart from the wasp that stung Darwin's bum, but I was running a bubble bath practically as Russell came through the door.

I found when Darwin was crying all day that after a few days I thought he was broken and I might have to take him back to the shop as it was clearly his forever noise. Then a few days later if notice that he hasn't cried much that day, and maybe the day before. Before then would have been a blur. Some time later we'd have another few days of random crying. It happened a few months ago and was so bad I actually called the health visitor, who I hate. A couple of days later, he was fine and I'd forgotten how it felt a few days earlier.

Hopefully MrsWookie got the bit of space she needed, and that you enjoyed your cuddles. I try to think after a difficult day or week that we three in our little family unit are all doing great, because if we get through those awful days into the not so bad days then we are coping together in the tough times. Sometimes coping means handing baby to your partner for cuddles and jumping into the bath with some music playing so that you can just hear a different sound for a bit.

How are you all doing for sleep?

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First Born had colic for several months. I'd have happily swapped him for a dog. Or, hell, a newspaper. Anything to just stop the noise. But it's always, always, just a phase, whatever it is they're doing.

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First Born had colic for several months. I'd have happily swapped him for a dog. Or, hell, a newspaper. Anything to just stop the noise. But it's always, always, just a phase, whatever it is they're doing.


Now you have a dog, how do you feel?

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MrChris wrote:
First Born had colic for several months. I'd have happily swapped him for a dog. Or, hell, a newspaper. Anything to just stop the noise. But it's always, always, just a phase, whatever it is they're doing.


Now you have a dog, how do you feel?

I have days where I woudl swap the dog for a rug. Or turn her into one.

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Zardoz wrote:
It's so important to get kids into techno at an early age.

She was played edm on every car journey while mrs.W was pregnant and it always made her dance about, no idea if it was bad for her or not but we enjoyed it!


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Mimi wrote:
krazywookie wrote:
I've come home early because crying Mrs wookie called, Seren has been crying literally all day and now that I'm here nic has LITERALLY RUN OFF! I'm sure she'll come back... I've tried many things to calm Seren and the winner so far is deafeningly loud, up tempo remixes of techno and house. She seems to prefer dubstep if anything.

Dawwwww! Look at the pair of you :luv:

I still sometimes run off when Russell gets home. I did yesterday. Not a bad day, apart from the wasp that stung Darwin's bum, but I was running a bubble bath practically as Russell came through the door.

I found when Darwin was crying all day that after a few days I thought he was broken and I might have to take him back to the shop as it was clearly his forever noise. Then a few days later if notice that he hasn't cried much that day, and maybe the day before. Before then would have been a blur. Some time later we'd have another few days of random crying. It happened a few months ago and was so bad I actually called the health visitor, who I hate. A couple of days later, he was fine and I'd forgotten how it felt a few days earlier.

Hopefully MrsWookie got the bit of space she needed, and that you enjoyed your cuddles. I try to think after a difficult day or week that we three in our little family unit are all doing great, because if we get through those awful days into the not so bad days then we are coping together in the tough times. Sometimes coping means handing baby to your partner for cuddles and jumping into the bath with some music playing so that you can just hear a different sound for a bit.

How are you all doing for sleep?

Random is the operative word here, it's quite hard to remember that at times but sometimes there's 0 reasons and screaming is just the current state, nothing to be done. Certainly feels like she hates us half the time though. early days...

Mrs.W much happier today and has a friend round feeding her and talking cheerfully :)


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MrChris wrote:
First Born had colic for several months. I'd have happily swapped him for a dog. Or, hell, a newspaper. Anything to just stop the noise. But it's always, always, just a phase, whatever it is they're doing.

I hope you're right! Weirdly after the marathon of screaming she went to sleep at about 9, woke up for a very short feed at 10:30 ish then we didn't hear from her until 5 this morning! first time thats ever happened, ever. Maybe I should play more GTAV with her...


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Random is the operative word here, it's quite hard to remember that at times but sometimes there's 0 reasons and screaming is just the current state, nothing to be done.

It's ok, I can translate :

"Dear predators, please don't eat me"


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First Born had colic for several months. I'd have happily swapped him for a dog. Or, hell, a newspaper. Anything to just stop the noise. But it's always, always, just a phase, whatever it is they're doing.


:this:

My first born had that and acid reflux, you could never put him in a cot to sleep, always in a sling. Then once he could sit up he was up with some trapped wind pain between 2-4am every night for 6 months.

Now though at approaching 4 he is ok through the night, in fact once asleep you can pick him up and he doesn't wake up, many of our NCT friends with kids the same age are still having massive sleep problems.

Child number 2 who is 2 weeks old, was great at first but is now blotting his copy book with a lot of waking up and crying between 1-5am. Sleeps ok in the day though which is a lot better than 1


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After Dad's little adventure in hospital last week, I decided I owed it to myself to look after myself a little more. To that end, I booked a dentist's appointment for the first time in years (on the form I filled in, I put 10+ years, but I really have no idea.. could be 15). Although the pain from the TMD I had has more or less gone, things didn't feel right, so I knew something was going to have to be done. I'd lost a couple of fillings last year and when they came out, they took part of the tooth with them, so I figured worse case scenario would be a couple of extractions and some fillings. Obviously not ideal, but all my own fault for neglecting things for so long.

Had the appointment this morning and my suspicions were confirmed - need two teeth out and four fillings, to be done early next month. That's the 'Nay', but the mini 'Yay' was the fact that I'm finally getting it sorted. I'm horrendous for putting stuff off and burying my head in the sand, so today was anxious, but I'm glad I went.


Had one extraction and three fillings this morning; all on the one side of the mouth. I'd love to say that with the anaesthetic and the fact the tooth was already a little bit wobbly the extraction was almost pain-free, but I'd be lying. Christ, that hurt.

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Glad you've got it sorted now.

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Glad you've got it sorted now.


Nearly there. Just one more filling and a polish on Monday. I didn't realise they knock off the consultation cost from your treatment cost too so it cost less than I expected. :)

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