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Wordless Wednesday {Dear Santa}

Dear Santa My name is Poppy. I am 5¾ years old and I go to ** School. This year I have been a very very good girl. Can I please have for Christmas a key board. From Poppy {This is … Continue reading

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On being half way through kindergarten

  Okay, so technically we are half way and a week and 3 days through kindergarten. And I’m really quite unsure as to where the ‘half way and a week and 3 days’ went. All I can be sure of … Continue reading

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Essential?

Love Bug has had an interesting start to school. Her teacher unfortunately fell ill on Tuesday of week two and has not yet returned. A couple of substitute teachers filled in the first few days, then the current substitute teacher … Continue reading

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Squeeeeee

This came home from school yesterday. I let out an audible squeeeeee as I pondered the cuteness of it … and the fact that it is the first teacher ‘marked’ item of thousands.

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How to test your mumma

This kid. As utterly adorable as she is, at the moment she is either unbelievably well behaved – or unbelievably naughty. And it can change in an instant. This morning she got her shoes out of her closet and then … Continue reading

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Hiding from your pre-schooler

Hiding from your pre-schooler when they are a solid half hour into a tantrum, and you’ve tried EVERY trick you know, isn’t easy. Except when it’s 7am and you’re trying to get everyone organised and out the door and you … Continue reading

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You did good kid – the importance of being proud

As you know, Love Bug’s drawings are coming along in leaps and bounds. Literally. People have legs to leap and bound with now, where before they may have just been faces, or heads with arms. Last night she was proudly … Continue reading

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