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Thanks for the well wishes guys. Docs were more than happy with how it was looking yesterday when we took her back to get it re-dressed. We're back again today for the same thing and again on Monday. All blisters have burst except one, which was the smallest of those that were there anyway, and the large wound was "gunky" looking but that's the usual healing process for burns like this apparently. Thankfully for her they've reduced the bandaging down to allow her to use her hand again which was the only thing that seemed to be bothering her yesterday.

P.s Buzz Lightyear toy is still awesome :ph34r:

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Thanks for the well wishes guys. Docs were more than happy with how it was looking yesterday when we took her bag to get it re-dressed. We're back again today for the same thing and again on Monday. All blisters have burst except one, which was the smallest of those that were there anyway, and the large wound was "gunky" looking but that's the usual healing process for burns like this apparently. Thankfully for her they've reduced the bandaging down to allow her to use her hand again which was the only thing that seemed to be bothering her yesterday.

P.s Buzz Lightyear toy is still awesome :ph34r:

Glad to hear she is healing well and Daddy is having fun with Buzz!

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I really don't know what has gotten into our child this week, he is a total nightmare. He has recently decided that he doesn't need a sleep during the day, even though come 2pm he is hanging. Disaster struck yesterday as well when I discovered the Sky remote is broke as well, no prizes for who done that. Now it turns out the normal telly remote is gubbed as well, no doubt at the hands of Charlie as well.

I can't wait to go to the football tomorrow and get blind drunk.

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Steven slept through the night for the first time last night. :D

Now was it a one off fluke or the start of blessed regularity?

Thomas is standing up by himself now when he wants to but still won't walk more than a couple of steps on his own. He crawls demon fast when he wants to though. He was also eating an ice lolly all by himself today. :D

Glad to hear all is well Rowan. Hope all happens soon for you Thundermonkey. And Adolfo, what a nightmare. Glad to hear a full recovery sounds like it is being made. Good luck also Whistle Blower.

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Leave the two month one with the wife and take the five year old down the pub for a jar. Simple!

You have got it wrong Adam. Leave 5yr old at home, take 2month wean up to Cumbernauld for 6.30/7 ish. Stand outside the Gala Bingo, collect all coins being put in pram by the Bingo-wing crew. Return home, drop 2month off with wife, then head to pub.

Wean gets fresh air and Keith gets free beer tokens cool.gif

*In jest people. That sort of thing never happens wink.gif

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I think I was a week over due,and she was 5lb 6oz,so not a big baby at all. It still hurt being 16 hours in labour though. :blink:

Jings, Cal was that (well, 5lb 5 and a half oz) and I was 8 and a half weeks early :o

I actually dread to think if I'd gone to term :unsure:

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We're going to see the Singing Kettle tomorrow! :D

My sister, her husband and niece Ruby are going to "In the Night Garden" thing at the end of the month.

The tickets are £22.50 each and yes they need to pay that as well for Ruby who has jsut turned one!

That is outrageous!!!!!!!!

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My sister, her husband and niece Ruby are going to "In the Night Garden" thing at the end of the month.

The tickets are £22.50 each and yes they need to pay that as well for Ruby who has jsut turned one!

That is outrageous!!!!!!!!

We are away to that in a couple of weeks, at least we got the £17.50 tickets.

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My sister, her husband and niece Ruby are going to "In the Night Garden" thing at the end of the month.

The tickets are £22.50 each and yes they need to pay that as well for Ruby who has jsut turned one!

That is outrageous!!!!!!!!

That's a joke to charge for a 1 year old.

Wonder how the Monkey got on at the hospital today?

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My sister, her husband and niece Ruby are going to "In the Night Garden" thing at the end of the month.

The tickets are £22.50 each and yes they need to pay that as well for Ruby who has jsut turned one!

That is outrageous!!!!!!!!

That's a disgrace. We were a pound for the monkey, I think, and £10 each for ourselves. It was brilliant and worth the money - the wee man loved it! Especially when Bonzo the dog was on stage! ;)

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