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January 27, 2011

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cathy@nurturestore

Glad her day turned out to be a good one.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Cathy. She was probably fine about five minutes after I'd left. Me on the other hand ...!

Catherine Cooper

Cute. I wish I'd played Quidditch at school instead of hockey - looks much more fun....

Rosie Scribble

I agree! Quidditch sounds a lot more exciting. I think Health and Safety would have something to say about it though!!

Antonella

I was told yesterday by my son that now we aren't not in the Middle Ages when I was born! That makes me much older than you...Glad your daughter has brighten up...Ciao. A.

Lorraine The Party Times

Sure your daughter was fine within minutes of going into school! It is horrible leaving children upset, absolutely the worst feeling but wonderful that she was so happy after school.
My 7 year old was trying to guess the age of my younger brother the other day and he said " well I know he is much younger than you because he is still always fun and people aren't as much fun as they get old" Great - thanks my darling son!!

Mwa (Lost in Translation)

My daughter is completely in love with her gym teacher. Young men can be like gods to little girls.

Metropolitan Mum

That's hilarious. You must tell me all about playing Quidditch next time we meet. xx

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