MSE Parents Club Part 9

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  • awww philip gets paid techincally today and is asking if its in ... not sure when it shows up for halifax but with barclays its not til 1am at least x
    :)Still searching .....:)
  • elle_geeelle_gee Forumite
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    I don't think it's very early SM.. It's been a while since my wages went into my Halifax account (which I really must remember to close since they started those rediculous fees!), but I don't remember it ever showing up before I went to bed..

    Have you got it all planned out what you're spending it on? (appauling grammar there! :o)
  • edited 14 January 2010 at 1:57AM
    Sami_BeeSami_Bee Forumite
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    edited 14 January 2010 at 1:57AM
    elle_gee wrote: »
    Rhys is another nail scraper :rolleyes:

    What type do you want, MM - 3 or 4 wheels, for a start? :)

    I keep meaning to look for a car seat in the sales. Obviously not going to need it for quite a while, just keeping an eye out for a bargain. Sami, don't forget to share any bargains you find! ;) Or did you get that one from Costco in the end?
    We won't need a new carseat for a few years :cool: (well mum might but anyhoo)
    We own/ed 5 already :eek:
    Chris: SX ventura, Britax rock-a-tot, maxi cosi tobi, britax evolva
    Ed: maxi cosi cabriofix, will move on to MC tobi then will get him a britax evolva style one to match Chris
    That'll be them done until 11yo or the seats fall apart :D


    MM when you're back http://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/productdisplayA_37_10751_-1_14051_90591_10001_14051
    maybe you can find it for similar price with shipping to you

    Edit - I sold the SX seat with the pram, rock-a-tot we left in switzerland (on purpose) tobi is sat waiting for Ed to be big enough for it and occasionally used in FILs car when they have Chris
    The very best is sometimes what nature gives us for free.
    3onitsway wrote: »
    I think Sami is right, as always!
  • edited 14 January 2010 at 2:03AM
    elle_geeelle_gee Forumite
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    edited 14 January 2010 at 2:03AM
    :doh: I didn't think about Ed growing into Chris' seats :rolleyes: :o

    How was Chris today with Daddy not home for his birthday? :cool:

    ETA:
    Just got an email from eBay, saying it's a free listing day this coming Sunday in case anyone is planning a listing spree..

    Also got another from A&L saying if I recommend a friend to open a Premier Direct account, they'll give me £50 for the pleasure. Let me know if anyone wants referring! ;)
  • Sami_BeeSami_Bee Forumite
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    Trying to decide wheather to pick a particular massage for FIL and if so which, website says:

    Our classic massage method is designed to relax away all of life’s
    tension and soothe your aching muscles to help restore balance
    and vitality to your life.
    Partial body massage Duration: approx 25 min. € 29,00 (~£26)
    Full body massage Duration: approx 50 min.€ 58,00 (~£52)

    Foot reflexology massage
    This massage loosens tensions, eases pain, and stimulates the body’s
    regenerative forces. Different organs are stimulated through gentle
    pressure on the foot’s reflex zones.
    Duration: approx 25 min. € 32,00 (~£28)
    Duration: approx 50 min. € 60,00 (~£53)

    Combi Massage
    Combined partial body massage and foot reflexology massage
    Duration: approx 50 min. € 59,00 (~£53)

    Aromatic oil massage
    Aromatic oils are massaged into the skin, optimal for real relaxation.
    Duration: approx 40 Min. € 67,00(~£60)

    Lymphatic Drainage
    Lymph drainage stimulates the immune system, cleansing and
    detoxifying the body. It gently decongests the body to ease tissue
    swellings or blockages.
    Duration: approx 50 min. € 60,00 (~£53)

    Skier & Walkers Delight
    Encourages feathery light legs for skiers and hikers with a stimulating leg gel
    Duration: approx 25 Min. € 38,00 (~£34)
    The very best is sometimes what nature gives us for free.
    3onitsway wrote: »
    I think Sami is right, as always!
  • elle_geeelle_gee Forumite
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    I know nothing about skiiing (too cold!).. but I guess it depends how much you want to spend ;)
  • Sami_BeeSami_Bee Forumite
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    elle_gee wrote: »
    :doh: I didn't think about Ed growing into Chris' seats :rolleyes: :o

    How was Chris today with Daddy not home for his birthday? :cool:

    ETA:
    Just got an email from eBay, saying it's a free listing day this coming Sunday in case anyone is planning a listing spree..

    Also got another from A&L saying if I recommend a friend to open a Premier Direct account, they'll give me £50 for the pleasure. Let me know if anyone wants referring! ;)
    yep that was partly why we got the evolva (from costco) so Ed could have the tobi in a bit and because now I just need to open the door and Chris can get in it himself, I just have to tighten it once he's in it :T

    I wonder if TCs count as income for the A&L account, if it does I may be able to get it although I'm not sure I cba as it would be a faff changing and for transfers...yeah I'm not interested :p
    The very best is sometimes what nature gives us for free.
    3onitsway wrote: »
    I think Sami is right, as always!
  • Sami_BeeSami_Bee Forumite
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    elle_gee wrote: »
    I know nothing about skiiing (too cold!).. but I guess it depends how much you want to spend ;)
    but do you know about massages? :rotfl:
    I asked OH and he said "oh god don't get the foot one, don't make some poor sod touch his minging feet!" funny but not much use!
    The very best is sometimes what nature gives us for free.
    3onitsway wrote: »
    I think Sami is right, as always!
  • elle_geeelle_gee Forumite
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    Don't know if they still do it, but I got £100 for using their transfer service and they've sorted it all, no missing or late DDs at all :D

    Talking of car seats.. is a rear facing next stage car seat going to be a real pain in a three door car? :cool:
  • elle_geeelle_gee Forumite
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    Sami_Bee wrote: »
    but do you know about massages? :rotfl:
    I asked OH and he said "oh god don't get the foot one, don't make some poor sod touch his minging feet!" funny but not much use!

    More about massages than skiing (two I's this time ;)) but that's still not much :p

    Foot massages make me cringe.. feet are icky! _pale_
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