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Posted: 30/08/2014 at 08:49

I was gutted to be away for that one Camlo. Heard great things about that race. One for next year hopefully!

great time too . Glad you had a good break. 

right hit a three miler beckons or my legs will not thank me on my long run tomorrow!

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Posted: 29/08/2014 at 18:01

Advice we give in school is tooth comb the hair every four days for a fortnight. Usually breaks the cycle. nits are becoming resistant to a lot of products so they don't always kill them off...

oh the joys CM. The things you can say to a new boss...

horrid day today. Older two have been hideous. Feel like disowning them. Thank God is at school on Monday!

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Posted: 28/08/2014 at 19:37

cm I can't believe they are so incompetent...  Absolutely nuts.  Can't believe you're expected to get work For summit. Ridiculous!

tt - congrats!!! Was gob smacked when I saw you'd had a girl. Was convinced you were joining Camlo and I in the crazy world of three boys

tt - ouch!!! Hope you're sorted soon. I have an orange nobly roller which I use, it's brill at keeping things sorted but sooooo painful.  Frequently referred to on here as the orange roller of doom!

cc - hope you're bearing up ok. 

Pip- . My hubby frequently has similar melt downs especially when they're babies. Six weeks on all of them he's been hideous. Been told to sort himself and stop being selfish on each.  But he's still an aggressive grump if he thinks he's nit getting enough. He still doesn't get that that will not improve the situation!

caro - hope you're feeling better. Lactolose is great though as softens everything up. Can relate as I had three weeks of inability to go after having my tonsils out. Was horrific. Codeine not a great painkiller option given the circumstances...  ((()))

sonya - hoping for news!

nits - day we went on hols, grr! we must have started it

lovely hols, weather was bright. Great fun. Benodet again, thought I was desperate for a change but the day we drove to the beach (we were going to a bigger beach for the kayak) dud my head in and I remembered why we like the site so much. Training gone well for GNR. 10 miles done easily so maybe it won't be a total wash out. 

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Posted: 12/08/2014 at 21:56
Ha ha your gremlins make me laugh TT! Best of luck with it all, just at the ferry port in Plymouth wondering if there was any news!

CM- hopefully this is the beginning of getting somewhere, or understanding thx chaos that is the university?! Hope you managed a run.

Caro - well done. Keep being brave and I agree, you look fab in your buff! (Thank goodness autocorrect didn't change that to in the buff!)

Sonta - good news re the house. Hope all starts to happen soon!

Just sat watching British Fireworks Champs from the ferry port v impressive. Mare of a day though, Ted got nits for the first time (great!) and Archie has been challenging to say least, tipping boxes of lego/brio etc as I tidied but we hot here in the end!

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Posted: 10/08/2014 at 20:01

How about a new career as a physio CM? Your diagnosis was spot on so appropriate taping has hit the spot.. Take time to take stock. Sit back and think what your gut reaction would be if N wasn't there anymore. That usually tells me a lot. Hope work isn't too sh1tty. And no, you are not a bad mother for wanting time off. I hid from Archie last week!

how are you feeling otherwise TT? Any sighs yet?

Cc. - (((()))) hope youre surviving whatever the outcome. Xxxx

caro - so sorry to hear you're having such a rough time of it . Hope you get some time yo rest xxxx

vixo - titchy threads is linked up with the site you mentioned. (Forgotten what it was but bookmarked!) I find this a really helpful tool http://www.sewjereli.com/2013/05/childrens-pdf-sewing-pattern-designers.html if I'm looking for some thing specific. 

Aaggh. Thought we might have addressed some of Archie's behaviour issues by removing lactose from his diet. He's been a different child the last 24 hours or so since we cut it. Still a mighty big coincidence so im guessing old habits die hard. He's been very persistent tonight though having woken George up more than once. Grr! George is pooing at 4-5am and thinking it's home to get up. We go on hols on Tuesday. We may need lots of luck. Still, got 7 miles in the bag tonight and felt pretty good

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Posted: 06/08/2014 at 21:31

Any sleep yet Caro? Steroids are heinous things. Definitely take them as early as possible. I keep myself awake through the day (sometimes that's an absolute nightmare) and try to go bed as late as possible. I tend to go in fits and starts with food, one day I'm part labrador, another I dont feel like eating all day. It's a bizarre sensation!

well done Eric though. Even if it is dire timing!

cm - interesting diagnosis, I think you are right. Good yo see though that I'd chosen the right exercises . Hope work was better today even if events conspired against you! 

Sonya - enjoy mat leave!

hoggle - interesting times ahead then! How's hubby's job?

well I think the two big monsters may finally be going to sleep! We're at mum and dads and they were refusing to sleep. Plus side, Ted has mastered riding a bike (hurrah!) I was starting to worry as Archie is absolutely whizzing around on his balance bike and I had visions of Archie riding before Ted. Nightmare scenario!

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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 22:04

Yep! Revenge of autocorrect yet again

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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 21:24

Hope all goes as well as it can do tomorrow Camlo. X

Vixo - hadn't realised you and I ended up running in the same way! My swim was always good, could hold my own on the bike, but in all the triatnlons I did, I only ever overtook one person on a run. They must have been bad

we have another behaviour artist here in Archie. He's not too bad fir me but a little sod for hubby. He's so strong willed and stubborn. i should be grey...

Sluttones... I think my name is the definition if you look in the dictionary

The horror of the school uniform shop today. Bah. Jumpers ,polos, trousers and shoes duly purchased. No shoes available in Archie's size. Cue tantrum in middle of Clarks. As if the job wasn't bad enough...

managed a 5.5 mile run tonight. Was going to do 6, last half evaded me. Got a niggle in the tendons/ligaments behind the ankle bone on the inside of my Legs. Think it's because I'm heel striking but wondered if anyone has any exercises they can recommend? I am using minimalist shoes so that's probably it!

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Posted: 03/08/2014 at 22:29
CM - when I was with Behaviour Support we used to talk about the control freak child, I'm just wondering if the strategies would work with her if you feel her behaviour is controlling? Basically it's an acknowledgement of the good stuff. No reward charts etc as they are not in control of them.

For example if (ha ha in our house!) she was tidying her room you'd simply say 'I can see you're tidying your room'. No thank yous, praise or fuss. Just simply acknowledged. Also if she wants something to put yourself back in control get her to see that she needs to do something to help you. Eg, I appreciate you want to do that but x or y need to be done first. Thank you. Give her a choice of things to be done then she can still feel a little control. It's a slow process but the theory is that they start to feel less mindful to control every situation as they mature.

Not sure if that's any help!

Camlo - no run tonight, decided to be sensible and give it another 24 hours. Things loads better today so hopefully I can hit the roads tomorrow. Well done to you!

Tt -yep the hols definitely trash your training! Must be everything being out of routine.

Ugh, spent an hour or two trying to find out where someone has spilt milk... Lounge honks. Looks like a good chunk may have been in the laptop... That'll be an insurance job then!

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Posted: 03/08/2014 at 09:17

I'll go with that Camlo! Asthma pretty much back under control but decided to leave running to this evening just in case...  Hmmm... Not sure I should have listened to hubby!

caro - well done you! And very interesting...  Feel slightly more positive about 7/9/14 now! Hope you enjoyed last night. 

Vixo- happy birthday for yesterday!

need to get backside into gear to do anything! Needs must! Archie sounds like he's causing chaos...

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