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February 10, 2011


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Ten out of ten for imagination though! You must be proud :-)

Rosie Scribble

Yes, I'm exceptionally proud. *ahem*

Geeky Mummy

How lovely.

Rosie Scribble

Isn't it just!


hang on a sec though - she couldn't think of a single sad memory? top parenting marks must go to you for that, surely?! and of course she gets bonus marks for imagination!


Ha ha! Love this! Could have been a lot worse though... :)


Although I appreciate your daughter's imagination, I totally understand what you felt. My daughter told her teacher (a Tony supporter) last year during election time that, if I could have voted (which I wasn't allow to do being just a foreigner!), I would have chosen Nick Clegg because I fancied him! I sent my husband to parent's evening! Ciao. A.

Rosie Scribble

Oh that's hilarious! I think you made the better choice out of Tony and Nick. Next time, hold your head up high!!

Rosie Scribble

I suppose it could have been a tiny but worse. Probably will be in years to come!

Rosie Scribble

Yes, I agree, I was a little but chuffed when she said she could not remeber anything sad. I'll hang on to that thought!

Emily O

Well I guess it's lovely IJ had to make one up, even if it did make you look slightly silly...


Ha ha!

mummy mania

I don't know which is better - that she couldn;t think of anything sad, that she imagines you would want to dress up as a blue-haired princess, or that she has the imagination of a writer in the making! Win, win! Teacher's gotta love her.

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