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November 19, 2009


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34 isn't so bad! Is it? I'm six, according to my three-year-old. Spare a thought for my husband though. Someone asked his age recently, then laughed because they thought he was joking. Apparently they thought he was at least ten years older! Must be due to living with too many children...


My, that's brave. I only ventured onto school buses in case of dire emergency... and I was a much-feared teacher! And everyone knows you're only 99...


That last comment'll never get moderated! Ha ha!

Jodie at Mummy Mayhem

Well, as a friend of mine so nicely put it in my birthday card this year, I am currently enjoying my "last year" in my 30s. Yay for me.

Very funny piccie by the way. :)


The Littleboys think I'm 6, too. Just multiply that by 6, and they'd be right....

Expat Mum

I remember over-hearing one of mine (when I was in my thirties) having a competition with his friends which went something like:
No, no, my mom is WAY older than yours. She's really old". Apparently it was better to have an older mother.


No 1 Son always delights in asking me 'what was it like in the war?' and telling me I'm 'old'. Still, at least 100 is a ripe old age.

Insomniac Mummy

I'm 34, look 74 and feel about 104.

You are the epitome of youth exuberance I am certain.


Jo Beaufoix

Oi, what's wrong with being 34 lady? We can't all be 23 you know. ;D

And love the new Twitter Pic. It's fab to see the real you hon, and no one will notice the pink hair.

Rosie Scribble

34 is not bad at all. I wish I was 34!

Rosie Scribble

You don't think the pink hair is a bit much? Makes it quite difficult to colour-coordinate my clothes.

Rosie Scribble

Ah, if we were going on how old I felt then, yes, the figure would be nearer 100!

Rosie Scribble

It did get moderated, cheeky so-and-so!

Rosie Scribble

That's really sweet. My daughter thinks my mother is 5 years older than me!

Rosie Scribble

Actually, I used to ask my own mother that. It seemed a hilarious question at the time!

Rosie Scribble

Now that would be my correct age in actual fact!

Rosie Scribble

It does sound quite depressing when it it out that way. My brother put Happy 60th in my mum's birthday card once, except she was 58!

Rosie Scribble

I do hope my daughter sees older as better. Children often view age in a very unpredictable way!

Chic Mama

Brave is what comes to mind.....;0)


They have no clue, about agem have they? I am, of course, immeasurably ancient, except when dudelet decides that "mummy is the oldest" for no particular reason. Obviously I quite like those occasions.

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