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Mums Running Club

Posted: 03/03/2015 at 22:28

5? Our children are getting far too big! minks' Kit was 8 the other day I saw and Lou will be 8 in July. I simply don't know where the time has gone. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 03/03/2015 at 21:48

T tid I was thinking exactly what you wrote!  There is no way I could do all that in one day. I find Thursdays bad enough - though better now there's no rainbows. And all that is is a half day work, crazy late dash to get F from nursery, i tend to swop car with Andy and then do a sleep for Fraser (ha) school pick up then ballet. It's it the in and out the car with Fraser that kills me. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 21:04

Meant to say well done for your 8miles Kinsey. It's such a good feeling when you make a breakthrough. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 21:01

Hope your friend is ok Caro. andy's mum said the bone marrow biopsy she had was the most painful thing she had ever had in all her days. 

Jg glad funeral went ok. Families are so quirky though!! Just argh sometimes. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 20:59

Yep large wave! If he's fly in tell him to wave towards the ski slope

gosh your cpd sounds onerous. Ours is 20h per annum but you have to tell the Law soc what the purpose of it was and what you gained from it or some such chat. we can do 5h of personal study and the rest has to be group based which is much harder - and costlier- to achieve.  You also have to do a min of 5h management based training.  However you can include seminars which you give as part of your own cpd so I am doing ok as I had partnership conference in nov, also our fraud conference in nov and I am providing training to insurers on Friday as well so I think I am well clear and the cpd year only started in nov! 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 20:31

Well done for getting through first day back Caro!

we do provide snack hecause although they get fruit some days there's no rhyme nor reason for when it is given. I tried giving fruit but invariable she didn't eat. it as it took too long to eat and she wanted to play. Bananas are more scoff able  but get too bashed.

Went to gym. Great sesh. buggered now tho. Clearly 2 creme eggs are the stuff of champions. Yeah I ate the second one. It was 70p for one -robbery- or 2 for a quid. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 16:57

And * fromage frais!

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 16:56

*too expensive. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 25/02/2015 at 16:55

God you all put me to shame and I thought I was quite strict!  Kids get weetabix or sainsburys  version of shreddies and Cheerios. They can have fruit on it but we don't put extra sugar on anything. i struggle with school snack tho and tend to give cereal bar or soreen or crisps on a Friday. I've eaten most of her Christmas smarties - have now replaced entire large tube with so far 10 tubes of smarties!! I do give them both scotch pancakes quite often as they're easy and cheap and well liked and at the weekend Lou gets toast with jam to accompany her cereal. We don't have biccies in house cos i wld eat them all. I do find it's almost impossible to get kids yoghurt or frontage fraud without a ton of sugar. I used to go to great lengths to find some where sugar wasn't the first or second ingredient but then I decided life was too short. And to expensive! 

On way to Edinburgh as is my gym night tonight. So to have energy I had my first creme egg of the year and a packet of mentos. Whoops. 

Mums Running Club

Posted: 23/02/2015 at 22:01

Oh god camlo. Huge hugs. xx

hugs for you too cc. Sounds like things are moving apace. X

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