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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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OH, how adorable! Baby noodles is at the "I can put everything in my mouth" stage. That's a fun one.

GR - Has she started biting her feet yet?

Yes! And everything goes in her mouth. And she's very grabby!
She tried to grab the priest's robe during her baptism Big Grin


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They are lovely! Such gorgeous smiles!

The other day while shoe shopping for Devlin he asked, 'When do I get to be a teenager?' I said 'When you something ending in 'teen' for your age.'

He really doesn't notice the blindingly obvious...

Hey, that's honestly more confusing than it used to be. There wasn't a "pre-teen" market when we were kids, or it wasn't named as such. It was babies/toddlers/kids/teenagers, and that was about all the gradation there was.

Now, Graeme is playing games made for teenagers (Pathfinder), building toys for pre-teens (advanced Lego sets) and playing video games for young children (the UDraw games) along with six or seven other things that draw his interest. Every one of those things has an age range on them, and he's in the middle of some, at the top end of others and not even in the ballpark for a few of them.

Some of his TV shows tell him that it's a good show for his age, others say he should be 13, and some say it's for kids his brother's age.

I'm really not suprised when a kid from this generation is confused about how they are.


"appropriate age" is nothing more than a marketing tool and a false sense of security.


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"appropriate age" is nothing more than a marketing tool and a false sense of security.

I think there's usefulness in the infants/kids/teens division - kids toys can contain parts that infants just shouldn't play with - but beyond that, yeah, it's just silly.


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It's hard to decide sometimes. Tom and Jerry made our eldest freak when she first saw it. And I stil wouldn't like any of them to see The Exorcist until they're at least 18!

Noodles - Robyn - with the long dark hair is the FB fiend. She's just posted a load of pics of her picking on me in the snow. She's such a bully! (Love her sense of humour - we're often in stiches!)


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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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MissBoo in her fantastic new shirt. Because she IS "The Babe With The Power" Smile


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So well!


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...you remind me of the babe.


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I got that same shirt as an X-mas gift, I don't look nearly as cute in it.

My sis and her husband had a bet going if I would say the whole lyric just like you all did.

yes, of course I did!

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is like fusion cuisine, if Canada can be seen as having a cuisine.
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M reminds me of the babe...


I cannot see piccie of M. Frown

My Miss Boo is sick. She's caught the cold I have... It's a nasty one. She woke up from her nap with a fever. TM brought baby tylenol home and it brought the fever down. She's coughing and her nose is drippy, but she's eating fine and sleeping right now so we're not too worried.
Just sad for the little booger. There is nothing worse than seeing your child in pain.


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GR, how are you and Boo doing?

I finally got pictures of Felicity in the romper I made her using a 73 year old pattern. She loves it, and is full of attitude.Big Grin

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GR, how are you and Boo doing?

We survived the sick! Smile

She is growing like a weed - 6 and a half months old and weighs in at 20lbs already. Chunky monkey!

Her new tricks are sitting up by herself - she's very good at it - and creeping/scooting around on her tummy. Babygirl is fast.

She says "Dada" and sometimes "Mama" and she asks to be nursed by mouthing "num num num" which is hilarious Big Grin

And for good measure: family pic from yesterday!


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Aw, lovely!


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She's so sweet GR! You really look like you're enjoying life with her.

and Ladykatza - that photo of your girl in that romper you made is really very lovely!

I wish our girls would wear what I wanted them to now. Enjoy it guys. They want to wear what THEY want to wear so quickly!


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Motley - I would say it was my idea, but really it was hers. She asked for the pattern after looking over my shoulder and then picked out the fabric. I don't know how things will change as time goes but she has a definite idea of what she likes and I won't make it unless she seems excited. Otherwise its a waste of time for me.

GR - ACK! Killing me with cute!


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