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The source told E! News: 'It's not wholesale bikinis [/b] ,serious, but they are definitely into each other.' The new couple were spotted at a party thrown by their modelling agency at Delilah restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where they mingled with their mutual friends. The source told E! News: 'It's not serious, but suit underwear [/b] they are definitely into each other.' The new couple...
Last updated: 17/12/2017 by happyday11 to happyday11's Blog
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My 20-year-old son has just been had for the first time. The soft-eyed baby with the laddish swagger who thought he had everything sussed, got sucked in by a scamming addict who conned him and his friend out of €200 each for a deposit on an apartment that was never his to let out. Finding accommodation in Galway is not easy, so when the two lads found a mature student who claimed to be moving...
Last updated: 15/10/2017 by AoifeOCarroll to AoifeOCarroll's Blog
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Every year, Halloween rolls around and parents are not only faced with having to fork out for yet another set of costumes for their little ones, but they also have to wrangle with helping their kids pull the ‘look’ together. And let’s face it, we all know one super-crafty mum who always smacks their kid out in the full regalia; either a handmade, delicately detailed costume, or at the very...
Last updated: 15/10/2017 by EmmaKelly to EmmaKelly's Blog
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With the youngest child starting in Junior Infants, I am quite keen to glean as much information as possible about how its all going. I try to interrogate the offspring without appearing to be over-eager or overbearing. The first week of school, my heart soared to hear stories about the new best friend - lets call her 'Bestie'. My heart broke the following week, when I asked about...
Last updated: 15/10/2017 by DaisyWilson to DaisyWilson's Blog
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When did it become a play ‘date’? There are so many aspects of parenting that continue to surprise me. You'd think after the earlier eras of sleepless nights, weaning, teething, potty training, and all those challenges you were faced with in the first few years were over, that things might become less of a minefield. Me, as usual - yep. Erm...totally wrong about that. Playdates. They...
Last updated: 15/09/2017 by EmmaKelly to EmmaKelly's Blog
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I'm no petrol head. In fact, I’m at my happiest out in the wilds, far from traffic, with miles of sky overhead and a pair of nutty dogs lolloping beside me. Given the choice, I will walk or run or cycle rather than drive. That said, I have a soft spot for my car. I am not proud to admit that I have spent several minutes just sitting in it after I have driven home from work (it’s a 20-mile...
Last updated: 24/08/2017 by AoifeOCarroll to AoifeOCarroll's Blog
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Ben Fogle and his wife Marina's parenting style has recently made the headlines, with their penchant for providing their children with whittling knives and access to fire. It seems a little extreme to me, though my brother and all the boys I knew growing up had penknives in their back pockets, and they weren't in gangs or stabbing kids - they attempted to make arrows and gouged swear words...
Last updated: 01/08/2017 by DaisyWilson to DaisyWilson's Blog
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It finally happened. The nappies are gone! *Does a silly, happy dance* He is fully toilet trained. I genuinely didn't think he would manage it before he turned three. He was totally not interested in even learning about it long past the time when his sister had learned. Treats didn't tempt him; reward charts were met with laughter, and promises of new toys were scoffed at. Weirdly, I was...
Last updated: 24/07/2017 by EmmaKelly to EmmaKelly's Blog
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From speaking to other mothers, I know I am not alone in thinking that work can be an awful waste of time. Take today, for example: the sun was flaming in a cloudless sky — not that you could feel it in the chilly confines of our air-conditioned office — and all I could think about was: a) I could have put a second wash out; b) I should be at the beach with my kids; c) Why didn’t I do...
Last updated: 24/07/2017 by AoifeOCarroll to AoifeOCarroll's Blog
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We recently decided to become a family who goes camping. What a wonderful wholesome way to see our beautiful country; sleeping under the stars, nothing but a canvas sheet between you and the Milky Way. I blame discount German retailers with their ridiculously cheap camping supplies for giving us notions. The nearest campsite was 10 minutes away, on the other side of our town; but seeing how we...
Last updated: 03/07/2017 by DaisyWilson to DaisyWilson's Blog
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