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MSE Parents Club Part 15

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  • CAFCGirl wrote: »
    anyone know of any deals on Pampers Baby Dry or Active Fit?

    My stocks are starting to run low now and I missed out on the amazing amazon deal :(

    Have to admit I am struggling to find nappies cheap myself atm, I think active fit are on offer at boots for 2 for £16 (think its something like 96 pack) but there are some parent club codes for £5 off £20 if you are ordering anything else, if your just ordering those there is a £3 off pampers nappies code too
  • aless02aless02 Forumite
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    r.mac wrote: »
    I've quoted you
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    ooo, I feel famous now! :D
    top 2013 wins: iPad, £50 dental care, £50 sportswear, £50 Nectar GC, £300 B&Q GC; jewellery, Bumbo, 12xPringles, 2xDiesel EDT, £25 Morrisons, £50 Loch Fyne

    would like to win a holiday, please!!
    :xmassmile Mummy to Finn - 12/09; Micah - 08/12! :j
  • redmel1621redmel1621 Forumite
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    Hi

    Hope everyone had a good time at the meet today.

    Not stopping, too tired and need to try and get some dinner sorted for everyone (here we go!!!) I came on yesterday looking for sympathy but got none:( Anyway, babies are still poorly resulting in another bad night last night:(

    Hope everyone else is well and not coming down with colds/flu etc

    TTFN xx
    Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
    Nothing is going to get better. It's not.
  • Krystal is so smart and funny and wonderful I am struck dumb in awe in her presence.
    r.mac wrote: »
    please listen to MFD - she is a wise woman :D
    Proud Mummy to the gorgeous Benjamin John born 14 March 2009, 8lbs 14oz
    A new little seedling on the way, due 30 September 2012
  • Oh Mfd... You are so sarcastic...

    But I love you :p

    Off to the school, shall quote in a while...
    A very proud Mummy to 3 beautiful girls... I do pity my husband though, he's the one to suffer the hormones...
    Krystal is so smart and funny and wonderful I am struck dumb in awe in her presence.

  • Rmac - lovely new siggy,
    Pleased the builders conference went well :)
    Mel - I'm sorry I didn't post last night, I was just lurking for most of the evening. I'm sorry to hear that your littlies are still unwell - it's hard enough to look after one ill baby. I'm sending lots of hugs and get well vibes in your general direction. Hope you've got some help there?
    ;) Working hard in the hopes of being 'lucky' ;)
  • aless02aless02 Forumite
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    Mel, I wasn't really on last night so I didn't respond - hope T & K get better soon. Can you afford a takeaway or maybe just fix something really simple for dinner so you can have a rest? *hugs*
    top 2013 wins: iPad, £50 dental care, £50 sportswear, £50 Nectar GC, £300 B&Q GC; jewellery, Bumbo, 12xPringles, 2xDiesel EDT, £25 Morrisons, £50 Loch Fyne

    would like to win a holiday, please!!
    :xmassmile Mummy to Finn - 12/09; Micah - 08/12! :j
  • Sami_BeeSami_Bee Forumite
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    Mazcabs wrote: »
    When did you start leaving a nappy off at night for Chris (or have you?
    ...
    We've not done night time, I'm pretty sure we could if we had a decent routine but we're all over the place atm.
    Krystal is so smart and funny and wonderful I am struck dumb in awe in her presence.
    :T:rotfl: I do feel for any lurkers that have no idea about the off MSE convos we have :p
    FWIW I whole heartedly agree :cool:
    The very best is sometimes what nature gives us for free.
    3onitsway wrote: »
    I think Sami is right, as always!
  • weezl74weezl74 Forumite
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    redmel1621 wrote: »
    Hi

    Hope everyone had a good time at the meet today.

    Not stopping, too tired and need to try and get some dinner sorted for everyone (here we go!!!) I came on yesterday looking for sympathy but got none:( Anyway, babies are still poorly resulting in another bad night last night:(

    Hope everyone else is well and not coming down with colds/flu etc

    TTFN xx
    oh mel, am gutted now. I actually quoted your post, fiddled about with a few replies, got frustrated with myself and logged off!

    Sorry. And sorry your littlies are sick. Can I offer a belated huggle? x

    :hello:Jonathan 'Fergie' Fergus William, born 05/03/09, 7lb 4.4oz:hello:
    :)Benjamin 'Kezzie' Kester Jacob, born 18/03/10, 7lb 5oz:)
    cash neutral gifts 2011, value of purchased gifts/actual paid/amount earnt to cover it £67/£3.60/£0
    january grocery challenge, feed 4 of us for £40
  • Awwwwww Mel ((((((HUG))))) I wasn't really around last night either. Hope the littlies are feeling better today.

    I would also recommed a simple meal or a takeaway.

    ((((((HUG))))))
    Proud to be dealing with my debts
    DD Katie born April 2007!
    3 years 9 months and proud of it
    dreams do come true (eventually!)

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