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Monthly Archives: March, 2014

handling difficult situations

Little Legs is 6, quite a bright intelligent little girl who I have the pleasure of raising. Little Legs found out a few months ago that both her Mum and her partner and her Dad and his partner were having babies due within months of each other, both little sisters for her, she wasn’t really …

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upset tummies and hospital visits

Woke at 5 with tummy ache and feeling very sick, how do I decide if its a bug or nerves? I have a hospital appointment this morning at 9.15 so have had to book little legs into breakfast club at school, something she is upset about, which in turn upset me, so when I awoke …

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when jogging things jiggle

Started doing an exercise routine yesterday, how do you decide which is the best one for you? So, on the advice of my boss, I looked at Yoga apps for the ipad, found one that said it was for beginners and easy, so off I went, honestly, if this is easy then please do not …

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Woke to daylight and tweeting birds

I woke this morning to daylight and tweeting birds and automatically thought I had slept well past my normal wake up time, reaching for my phone and checking I was suprised to find it was infact, still only 7 o’clock! Spring is finally here I do believe, though to be honest we here inLeeds haven’t …

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