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Take a load off, grab a cuppa and share some giggles…
A few of the things my children have taught me…
- One knows nothing of life as a mum until they can sign paperwork, book a new appointment, answer their mobile and halt a toddler in their tracks, all at the same time. Whilst being watched intently by a full waiting room of people. *whistles*
- If you can get away with it at Dad’s house, make sure you try your hardest to ensure Mum won’t change her mind. Just in case. Well, you never know right? 🙂
- Life is short, hit it with full force. You’ve nothing to lose but plenty to laugh yourself silly over.
- 25 is ancient. Totally over the hill. Miss 10 thinks this is the benchmark age for success. Here’s to that. 😮
- Whilst they will wear their clothing as provided, it’s never too late to add a request for punk/goth/rockabilly items during the next crazy shopping expedition. Just in case Mum ever sets foot in a shopping centre accidentally.
- Just because you have *
attentiongrabbinglysensational * strawberry blonde hair (that the fashionistas of the world would pay mega $$ to match), you will ask to dye it black. And stomp off dramatically with your nose screwed up when informed you can… at 16. 😡
- If you are told no, snuggle up and ask again. Its always worth a try. If you are five or six anyway.
- The word “No” means Mum didn’t understand the first time, re ask and re word ad infinitum. Eventually she’ll get it. 😯
- Even if you’ve never been allowed to watch it on TV, you can be infinitely infected by Dr Who/Glee or any number of shows your mother has never heard of. Thankfully.
- Winter means running up and down the hallway and sliding the last three metres each way in your socks (or on your knees if you happen to be Master 5 in a onsie :roll:) because you’re too lazy to put on your roller skates. This does not mean you purposely attempt to avoid others whilst engaging in this activity. Better sharpen your peripheral vision and agility to leap/roll/run out of the way should you need to access any part of the household connected to the aforementioned hall. 😛
- Oh and don’t forget to breathe. This too shall pass. 😉
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