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Old 07-26-2008, 09:27 AM   #51
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heeeeyyyyyy, i'm pierced, though i was 27 when t my nose pierced. outgrew my lebret & tounge peircing at 20, whew!
what's a lebret, Luvs? Inquiring Alzheimer's minds want to know...........
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No inheritance yet expat... working on that!!!
He's too darn cute I can't give him away yet!!
Ok I'm lying he's at his gramma's this weekend, but thats only 2 1/2 days!
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Old 07-26-2008, 10:07 PM   #53
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what's a lebret, Luvs? Inquiring Alzheimer's minds want to know...........
It's a piercing underneath the middle of your bottom lip, between the lip and the chin - where guys sometimes have a "soul patch".
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Old 07-26-2008, 10:09 PM   #54
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No inheritance yet expat... working on that!!!
He's too darn cute I can't give him away yet!!
Ok I'm lying he's at his gramma's this weekend, but thats only 2 1/2 days!
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Oooooh, just him or the whole crew?
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Old 07-27-2008, 04:36 PM   #55
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2 of 3..... Lego girl stayed home, they were going to a play and I didn't think she was ready yet.
I had to work all weekend so I'm on my last few minutes of quiet right now!
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Old 07-27-2008, 10:09 PM   #56
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If Lego girl is anything like my Fisher, she's much easier when she has you all to herself. Fish actually calls it our date when just he and I go out somewhere and he is perfectly behaved those times. But when the whole crew is here, he's a real pistol!
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Old 07-28-2008, 06:04 AM   #57
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FM----this is universal........if kids have you all to themselves they are better behaved..... I agree 100%..it's just so difficult for parents today to divide their limited free time into pizza slices............but that's the way it is.........I think that my son and d-i-l are listening to me about not having more kids..............DON'T unless you can afford one and they can't...........they have been married 5 years so maybe they are listening..........I don't know.........
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FM----this is universal........if kids have you all to themselves they are better behaved..... I agree 100%..it's just so difficult for parents today to divide their limited free time into pizza slices............but that's the way it is.........I think that my son and d-i-l are listening to me about not having more kids..............DON'T unless you can afford one and they can't...........they have been married 5 years so maybe they are listening..........I don't know.........
I really don't know how parents that both have to work do it! My whole day is devoted to my kids and still, I have to schedule one-on-one time with each of them to make sure they get some of my undivided attention. It's a tough balancing act and the stakes are really high.
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Old 07-28-2008, 05:32 PM   #59
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I really don't either...........I had the luxury of being able to stay home with my two........now with the state of the US economy it's going to get even worse than before.......I don't want to scare people as things will improve and they will....they always do.......but there is going to have to be some belt tightening probably for a few years.........in the long run it will be good........we inventive people will come up with cars (like we should have 20 years ago during the first energy crisis) that can handle it..........the price of the hybrids will continue to to come down and they or something similar will be on the market and will be more affordable...........I've never been anywhere in Europe for the last 25 years where people were driving big cars....there's a reason.......
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Yeah, I have to go back to work... more anyway. Not full time but 30 or so hours.
I hate to do it but it's more important we eat right now.... still won't have daycare DH works nights and I will work 2-3 evenings when he's awake.
Wow that sounds like a ton!!!
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