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You know their growing up when ....

gibbo

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You make them brekky and give them 2 weet bix. They make their own brekky and put 4 in the bowl and eat the lot:rolleyes:

When you keep telling them "not long to wait now". They then tell you they can tell the time and its still ages away:rolleyes:

As for holding grandma's hand crossing a road.. you got to be kidding:2fun::2fun:
 

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Took our 5 year old grand daughter out for some lunch yesterday....the local garden centre (Wyevale) do a good Xmas exhibition and she loved it....however when the waiter asked her if her pizza was ok she looked up and said...its fine but could have done with being a bit hotter next time please....all this said while casually munching on a chip on the end of her fork....i nearly wet myself and the young waitress saw the funny side to which was nice:)
 

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I don't what to define as grown up but I felt chuffed when my grown up children made me a friend on facebook. A couple of years ago they would have sneered at the thought of having their mother there.
 
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they refuse to sing anymore, cause they dont know the words
It never used to stop him, some of his past hits were

All the singlet ladies
all the singlet ladies
all the singlet ladies
Put your hands up???? obvious Single ladies -Beyonce

And my all time fav sung with great gusto had me in stitches :2fun:

I wish I had a DRESSING GOWN
Where can I find a GOWN like that ?
LIKE A DRESSING GOWN ??? Jessies Girl -rick springfield


Why do they have to grow up
 
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when i am trying to do something on the PC,,and my 14 year old daughter,leans over my shoulder,,, presses a couple of buttons...then sighs and walks away ,,,,,,,,,,,:biggrin:
 

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I'm a Facebook friend to my children and grandkids. Much to my surprise..and pleasure.

I miss my grandsons coming to stay for the weekend. They always wanted a few pieces of wood a handfull of nails and a hammer and they were so happy.
They used to count the nails, so they each got the same amount:biggrin:.
Or we'd have a cookup, cakes, scones, and popcorn. We'd pack it up to take home to their parents, then we would go to "Hungery Jackersons" as I called it, and eat hamburgers and fries, and a thickshake.
Now they have girlfriends, and Xbox360, so no more sleepovers,,,,:'(
 
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