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BadWolf
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May 23rd, 2016, 21:01 PM   #16
 
I'd like to go to Greece, too! We're thinking of going away in September but no certain plans yet.

Tbh, a lot of my 'friends' have gone, too. Since getting pregnant, it was quite sad. I threw my own baby shower & there was more 'boy' friends there than girls. Now I have only a few close friends & one is my cousin.

I'm happy today cause it's sunny! Back to work tomorrow though, surrounded by pregnancy there, too.
 
 

 
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May 23rd, 2016, 21:34 PM   #17
 
Greece is lovely we took my daughter to faliraki last year it was such a lovely holiday.
I have said if anything happens In Greece before we go I may pull out.
Been at work all day and typically the weather is absolutely lovely.
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May 23rd, 2016, 22:16 PM   #18
 
Yeah badwolf it is bad when they just disappear but at least the ones that stay you know will be able to count on. Everyone I work with thinks I'm nuts wanting another baby at my age which I was surprised at because I'm only 30, 31 in Oct.

Yeah I'd be the same loula you never know where or when anything like will happen these days which is rather scary. Faliraki wow never thought of that as a family holiday just because its put across as such a party destination. may need to have a little look see, depending when my sticky bean comes along lol may get a holiday this year after all.

Yeah the weather has been awesome today just sucks having to work on such a lovely day and one when my kids were off school too xx
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 08:33 AM   #19
 
I thought the same but I'm September it was all families so I wouldn't go in the summer tbh.
30 isn't old so why would people assume you wouldn't want anymore children I turn 30 this year and my other half is 32. Some people don't start until late 30s.
I'm off work today and it looks like a nice day thankfully.
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 08:53 AM   #20
 
30 is so NOT old for kids? My friends haven't even started thinking of babies yet & they're 25/26!

That's put me off A LOT of places, too. I wanted to go to Paris but now I'm too scared. Awful really, isn't it.

Hope you enjoy the sun, I'm on lates so I get some fun in the sun with my little girl before I go!
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 09:34 AM   #21
 
Not going to places is letting them win though.
I absolutely love travelling. There's so much security now it must be difficult to get anything through.
What does everyone do for work?
I work on a busy medical ward as a nursing assistant.
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 10:11 AM   #22
 
Although I know that's true, I'm still scared. I was scared to go Manchester Christmas shopping.

I work in admin, currently looking for another job as mine is getting too stressful. But now I'm stuck in the 'can't get a job and then get pregnant right away' situation so I'm in two minds what to do...
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 10:30 AM   #23
 
I'm leaving my permanent job and going flexible in August so will take a pay cut etc which I'm not looking forward to.
I was 8 weeks when I started my new job but it wasn't too bad because I went from one nhs post to another x
 
 

 
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May 24th, 2016, 18:41 PM   #24
 
I thinks it because i'm the youngest and they have had they children and now have grandchildren. Different generation, more and more women now are having children later in life and so they should. As long as your healthy and can provide for them what does the age matter. Although at 50 I would like all my kids to be grown lol.

Yeah not going to places lets them win and shows that if they scare enough people they can assume control of whatever they choose. But for me I cancelled mine as it was literally the week after it happened and didn't want to see all that stuff and have to explain to my kids.

I work for the Edinburgh Uni. Working with students and helping to look after them plus do some cleaning when short handed which at the moment seems to be constant. lol I kinda want to leave as the organizational skills of management is rubbish but my family comes first and need my wages so I keep ploughing through. xx
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 10:13 AM   #25
 
That sounds like quite an interesting job, working at the university. My ambition is to work in schools with SEND children & ultimately get my PhD in psychology. BUT, that's kinda on hold since having my little girl.

It's the total opposite with my friends they're all still very into going out every weekend & blowing money as they have no mortgage / bills / school fees to pay! Ah the simple life.
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 14:52 PM   #26
 
The simple life seems soo boring hahahah
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 22:06 PM   #27
 
Lol ah the simple life, which to be honest wasn't really simple for me it was a lot more complicated as I always seemed to be getting into trouble not bad like the police or anything just being a typical 18yr old lol. I have my 1st at 20 so I was good after that. I still enjoy going out when I get the chance though.

Yeah it is an interesting job, my 1st lot of 1st year student leave on Saturday though so gonna miss a lot of them. You also get to learn a lot about different cultures as the students are from all over.

So how has everyones day been? x
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 22:14 PM   #28
 
I'm a much better person now I've had my daughter. I was unruly before I fell with her got out of a bad relationship and had alot of fun going out most nights but now I'd rather be at home.

My day has been hectic as per usual at work. I've Come home had a bath put on a wash and done a mountain of ironing. Cannot wait for bed x
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 22:44 PM   #29
 
Hi girls, please can I join?

I'm a mum of 2 gorgeous kids (Max is 4 next month and Annabelle is 2 in October) and we are hoping to start trying for number 3 later in the year (probably Aug/Sept time). I took about 6 months to fall for Max and we weren't even trying when I fell for Belle so who knows what will happen this time

I'm 32 and own my own company so life is pretty crazy Looking forward to getting to know you all xxx
 
 

 
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May 25th, 2016, 23:00 PM   #30
 
Hi Taffyrose how are you? What lovely names your kids have ��. I took 3 months with my daughter and about 5 with my son. Will be TTC as of friday for baby number 3. So like you I have no idea what will happen. Just depends on what my body does after they take my implant out. xx
 
 

 
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