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Postby Sassygirl » Wed Apr 11, 2007 5:50 pm

had a massive fight with my 10 year old daughter - I was soo angry and up set with her that my diet went out the window and was replaced with a huge white roll filled with BBQ'd sausage and tomato sauce!!! Anyway a closing note to this saga - daughter and mother have reached an agreement and are bestest buddies again (her words). Children are growing up so fast these days arn't they??
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Wed Apr 11, 2007 6:21 pm

oh michelle that wasnt too bad mate. i wouldve headed off to the cupboard to all those easter eggs! hope the fight wasnt too bad, i cant stand these independent daughters of ours! mine has driven me crazy today lol. she keeps asking for 'choc'- damn family members
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Postby Sassygirl » Wed Apr 11, 2007 6:38 pm

you just wait Kate until the little hormones start to kick - one minute she is nice, the next she is a right terror, then she is sad, then she is happy again - geez she reminds me of the Melbourne weather - 4 temperments in a day!!!!!!!
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Wed Apr 11, 2007 7:01 pm

:shock: im scared now!! lol. can you hand them back??!!
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Postby yummymummy » Wed Apr 11, 2007 7:58 pm

mmm 10yr old girls :? what fun they are I find that I will stew on a problem or issue for ages where my daughter is over it so quickly, she will be hysterical 1 minute and fine the next
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Postby Sassygirl » Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:25 pm

One minute she is my best friend - helping me out with things - then I will ask her to do something and she flies off the handle like a mini tornado - being distructive to anything and anyone in her path (ie little sister!!). I don't ever remember being that nasty to my mother when I was around her age. Oh well - it had to happen - we cannot keep them little for ever can we!
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Apr 12, 2007 9:53 am

we cant?! :shock: :?: :idea:
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Postby Sassygirl » Wed Apr 18, 2007 8:42 pm

Sorry Kate but nature is very hard to halt - especially when they are daughters. She has now grown her nails to a length that looks really nice - and I french tipped them for her the other day. I look at her - and she is sooooo beautiful (blond hair, blue eyes and not one ounce of fat on her!!), I just worry about her. I don't think that I am ready for her to come home one day and say "mum this is my boyfriend" or the dreaded "mummy I have started my periods" (she knows all about those things). Once they have gotten those - they are not little girls anymore - they become young ladies. Ohhhhh I wish there was a manual that goes with them - because sometimes it can get sooooooo difficult to deal with them. Kate keep Heidi a little girl as long as you can!!!!!!!
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Wed Apr 18, 2007 9:14 pm

aw all those things to look forward to hey?! i was 10 when i got my periods. luckily i have 4 older sisters so i learnt about things like that pretty young. and in year 6 mum had my carry some pads in a little toiletries bag in my school bag just incase. sometimes when i cant understand what heidi is trying to tell me as she doesnt know that many words, i think 'oh i wish you could talk and tell me what you want' and then i think 'no cherish all these little moments of playing charades with her because i wont be able to stop her talking once she starts!'

it just goes way too fast :)
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Postby yummymummy » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:02 pm

My baby was 11 when she she first got her period, and ohh the hormonal rollarcoaster she is on- but 10 wow thats too young how did you cope?
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:46 am

it was just after i had finished year 6 and it was new years day 1997. what a great start to the year! i turned 11 in the april. one of my sisters also got her periods when she was 10 as well. it was strange sitting there in p.e classes in year 7 whilst they explained all about this stuff and some girls had no idea and boys being boys would sit and make nasty comments about periods etc. i dont think anyone realised i had them that early.but like i said i was lucky to have had 4 sisters older than me so i had the heads up on all that stuff :)

p.s. emotional alright!! my dad had died when i was about 9 and then we moved to a whole new area and mum met my step dad.
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Postby Mandie » Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:07 pm

oh wow kate that must have been a really hard time for you!

there was a girl in my class who got her period in year 5 - so she was 9 or 10... I think maybe she had just turned 10. The boys used to tease her horribly... poor thing!
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:40 pm

yeah i was pretty lucky that i didnt get teased because no one knew!
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Postby Sassygirl » Thu Apr 19, 2007 7:38 pm

I got mine around 12/13 - so I am hoping that she is like me. Just in case I have prepared her for the inevitable (she carries an emergency bag just in case!!). Anyway today is dreaded day 1 for me and I was lying on the couch with a hot water bottle on my stomach and dd (10 yr old) walks past and says so matter-of-factly "Oh that is because you have a period isn't it mum, and does that mean I will suffer and lay around on the couch all day like you?" - out of the mouths of babes hey!
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Thu Apr 19, 2007 7:56 pm

lol wait til she tries to con days off school!! haha i had a friend who wouldnt go to school for the whole week of her period or if she got them at school she would go to the nurse to get the disposable undies because she had an accident and would call her mum to go home
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