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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2011
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    Dec 11
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    Default First Time Schoolies

    So I have a house full of lovely toddler and pre school toys from my own two and minding. My day has a beautiful routine and I love it.

    In September I step into a whole new territory!! My son starts school and I'm taking on a boy in his class too.

    Give me your after school tips, what are some top toys/activties I should invest in? I have car mat, more cars and lego on my list from talking to his mom.

    We will be going to the park on the way home from school to burn off steam.

    I'm excited and nervous!

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    Feb 2010
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    May 10
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    i find my schoolies are tired after school, they sometimes have days where they are full of beans and play in garden but mostly its wii/tv/colouring just chilling really
    I love my friends who live inside my laptop xx

  3. #3
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    Nov 2011
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    Mar 12
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    Hiya, my schoolies usually watch tv for about half an hour and then get their second wind. I let them know the activity Ive planned, which is usually craft/cooking as they love it, but if they dont want to do it thats fine too and they just play. Yesterday they rehearsed then performed a 'show' for me! It was fab! Let them guide you as to what you do with them. Good luck x
    If all else fails......add glitter!



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