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    Default thanks dearest son

    When handing mindee over to granddad. Ds aged 6 asked where's the money.

    Really wished the floor could have opened up wouldnt have minded but I have already been paid.
    When someone tells you nothing is impossible, tell them to go slam a revolving door

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    ha ha that's so cute! At least you had been paid otherwise it might have looked like you're training your son up to chase for you!

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    could i borrow him please...i've a few parents who could do with reminding.you could Hire him out like a bailiff

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    Heehee

    Good for him! My ds asked me this week if I got paid on time this time! He is nearly 12 as I was ranting and added a bit about charges on the newsletter!

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    When a penny fell out of mums bag my DS said 'oh is that the payment?' We couldn't stop laughing, so cute!

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    How sweet,
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    Hes such a little mercenary at the min - bless him.

    I will gladly hire him out he may have angelic looks but goes where angels fear to tread
    When someone tells you nothing is impossible, tell them to go slam a revolving door

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    My eldest son (when much littler, but he won't be allowed to forget it!) once remarked to some visiting parents " I don't understand why YOU would have to pay Mum when WE are borrowing YOUR children". Hmm - I hadn't quite seen it like that!

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    I can always rely on my ds to tell parents the truth when they ask if their children have behaved today! I have had to ban him from the porch when parents arrive to pick up

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    Quote Originally Posted by manjay View Post
    I can always rely on my ds to tell parents the truth when they ask if their children have behaved today! I have had to ban him from the porch when parents arrive to pick up
    Thank goodness yours does it too x thought it was only mine lol x

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    Quote Originally Posted by manjay View Post
    I can always rely on my ds to tell parents the truth when they ask if their children have behaved today! I have had to ban him from the porch when parents arrive to pick up
    Yes, my DD does that too! It's so embarrassing. It happens the other way round too. Once I got really, really cross with my DD, which is very out of character for me but she was being impossible, which is actually out of character for her too. Mindee told his mum how cross I had been and I was so embarrassed. Mum saw the funny side of it though thankfully. I hadn't smacked her or swore or anything, but it still sounded awful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by manjay View Post
    I can always rely on my ds to tell parents the truth when they ask if their children have behaved today! I have had to ban him from the porch when parents arrive to pick up
    Hahaha ditto!
    My dd5 always say well she didn't share her pudding with me today..
    Luckily the parents just laugh it off and say Oh better luck next time!
    I remember once when I had a crying baby who was teething I said to Mum yes she's been fine as I'd already text her about the teething and my dd said 'are you lying Mummy when you said she's been fine?' The shame lol xx
    Kelly xx

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    Brilliant. Just laugh it off!

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    lol! cheeky devil!
    if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got

 

 

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