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October's BlogHop



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Do you remember a couple of weekends ago I did a blogHop because I decided to read some blogs instead of actually writing a blog post? Well I've decided to do the same again this weekend! I'm pretty

sure when the boy goes to bed tonight that the other half is having a

night of xbox leaving me…
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Added by Emma Louise on October 9, 2010 at 3:45pm — No Comments

Your Town

This morning whilst in the bathroom..(Ideas can pop up anytime!) I came up with idea of a post which I could get everyone involved with. I was trying to think of what I could blog about today then it came to me that

I could write about my town - the area and the community that I live

in.

And then I thought (who says wine destroys brain cells!) why not get all my other lovely blogging friends/readers in on it.





I want to know all about…
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Added by Emma Louise on June 3, 2010 at 3:30am — No Comments

Common Sense

There's just some parents out there who majorly lack common sense. Now I know I'm not parent of the year , I may often forget to buy nappies leaving my child in a swim nappy ( which I learnt isn't waterproof

outside the swimming pool! ) and often give him chocolate and cake but I

WOULD NEVER let my child burn.



Reading this article about how a 5 month old baby suffered 20% burns left me

sick to the stomach. The article said no…
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Added by Emma Louise on May 26, 2010 at 5:48am — No Comments

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