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        12-07-2012, 05:12 PM
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    I've been given the list.. and in fairness to her she isnt asking for too much.

    1) a make up set
    2) a barbie horse that walks
    3) a stuffed dog that moves when you clap????? What?? We have two real ones that move when you look at them, why do you need a stuffed one??

    Anyway, we had the all important letter writing day during the week... I'm hoping that Santa can read toddler...

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    The song "anything you can do, I can do better!" really suits my kids The little chap can't even talk yet, but suddenly he knows how to write
         
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        12-10-2012, 02:03 PM
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    and diapers
    I can borrow you some.... We go through enormous amount/day at the moment...
         
        12-10-2012, 02:49 PM
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    Originally Posted by FlyGap    
    Lockwood, he's that tall at 9!? Did you measure him at 18 months? E is supposed to be 5'10, yeah... I'm in so much trouble,.
    Backwards sewing? You sure you got the cord screwed in right?
    (Coming from someone that hasn't even turned theirs on yet...) Must see the afghan!
    Way to go on the "the look"! I'm figuring out that it loses it's effect on young girls, or else they are sponges and give it right back at ya! He sounds so sweet!
    Yes, 4'4" already. Oh wait, that was last week... he's probably 4'5" now!
    I did measure him at 18 months, but I don't remember what it was. More than likely he will top 6' anyway.
    And yes, total sweet momma's boy. (I'm perfectly ok with that too!)

    A 5'10" girl? Um, yup..... you are in trouble! Especially if "the look" is already broken.

    Cord thingy for sewing? Huh?
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        12-10-2012, 03:20 PM
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    Santa Mommy put an early under the tree today. M goes through boots in a hot minute. She's been working pretty hard at ruining a pair of elephant skins that were mine as a kid so I planned to order her a new pair but I'm so glad I waited! An old friend posted some randoms for sale on a fb page, just so happened she had a pair of Justin's in the size M is just getting into :) They have a few scratches but for 10 bucks, couldn't go wrong!

    I cleaned & oiled them, stuck the kilties in between a few stud books (heavy darn things, like encyclopedias lol) and they straightened right out and they look pretty nice. <--- bargain finding dance!

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        12-10-2012, 09:22 PM
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    Dang... awesome deal!
    I have always wanted a pair like that too.
         

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