Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 8:00 pm
Post subject: Baby number 2!
Dear all October 2009 mummies.
It's been a while. How are you all doing?
I would just like to let you all know, I tested positive yesterday for my 2nd baby. I am over the moon. Especially as my little Scarlett will be starting school next year.
Has anyone started looking at schools yet? I went to look around one today, and I must say I was very impressed by what I saw. It's nothing like when I was at school.
Hope everyone is doing well.
Love Abba xx
Posted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 10:28 am
Oh dear Abba I'm so sorry to hear that
I haven't been on here in ages.... It's a very scary thought that Amy will be going to real school in September next year, but she's more than ready, all her friends from nursery went this September and she was left behind
I can't believe it's been a year since I got rid of the idiot and met my wonderful boyfriend Still not much further on with the divorce, he's being an idiot (suprise suprise) so it's taking ages I did manage to get a restraining order against him though for two years so that's a bonus! After my little wobble about my new man, we've had our first holiday together, just a week in Anglesey but it was lovely. We've booked 2 weeks in Lanzarote for next year I can't wait
How is everyone else?
Posted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 8:51 pm
So sorry to hear about your loss, Abba.
Dizzy - glad to hear things are going well with your new man. Fingers crossed your divorce comes through sooner rather than later. How does the restraining order work with Amy? Is he still allowed to see her?
Me and my OH are on half-term this week so it's been our plan to go and visit our local primary schools to see which is the best. Like Amy, Noah was very upset when some of his best friends left nursery to go to school, and now he's the oldest at nursery and I can't believe he will be nearly 5 before he starts school. Having said that, he still doesn't seem old enough to go to school. I can't believe he's 4 already! It feels like 2 minutes ago when I was crying on here asking you all how I could get him to go to sleep!!
Good news on the nappy/pooing front. I just decided to go cold turkey 3 weeks ago. I told him that he was nearly 4 and the birthday fairy had told me that he couldn't have any more nappies. He got really upset and was holding his poos in, but every time I could tell he was desperate to go, I would just make him sit on the toilet. It was horrible because he hated it and was hysterical, but after a few days he just took himself to the toilet, and hey presto, he's been doing it ever since.
I'm in the middle of potty training Sam too. He will stay dry all day if I don't put anything on him, but if he wears pants, he often has accidents. He loves running around with nothing on, but that's hardly practical is it! I'll keep trying though...
Would be nice to hear how everyone's doing. Take care everyone xx
Posted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:35 am
Hey ladies, I haven't been on here in sooooooooooooooooo long I just never seem to have the time.
Well Tyler started school in September, over here though it's either they go to Greek school at 5/6 or they can go to private english school. I opted for private english school as it's a fabby school (bit expensive) but great and they take them form 3 so whilst if we were in the UK he would be at preschool starting school next year he's there now and doing great. He's reading and learning Greek and loving it! Finlay is 2 now and such a cheeky boy. He's the exact opposite from Tyler in almost every way he eats better (prefers curry and spicy food to Tyler's favourites of pasta and nuggets and cous cous lol) he's not shy, he's much more boisterous, he's a little chatterbox. i'm working full time now We're off to Disney again for Christmas I am so excited I can't wait and then when we get back from America we're getting our french bulldog puppy ahhhhh exciting! What about everyone else?