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Sep 19, 2015 15:02:16   #
lifeline
 
LondonChris wrote:
Hope you are feeling better today?


Much better, I don't think I've ever recovered from a cold so quickly!!!
 
Sep 19, 2015 15:11:49   #
KatyNora
 
lifeline wrote:
I'm just in from taking DS #2 to university.....there were tears when it came time to leave him, amazing to think what he was like a year ago and how far he has come :thumbup:


Oh, how I remember what that was like! Sending you all sorts of mom hugs. Will he be close enough to come home from time to time?
Sep 19, 2015 15:19:24   #
lifeline
 
KatyNora wrote:
Oh, how I remember what that was like! Sending you all sorts of mom hugs. Will he be close enough to come home from time to time?


Not too far...a three hours drive
Sep 19, 2015 16:15:43   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
London Girl wrote:
GRRRRRRR How very frustrating!! Do you think he cares for this dear little boy at all?? If you were the babysitter then he should have been paying you. As I am pretty sure he didn't, nor would you have wanted him to, then you were his main carer, NOT a babysitter!! Love you and always in your corner, in fact we'll all come over and give him a good lamping!! Just trying to put a little smile on your face! xxxxxxxxxx


June is right Lisa. You CANNOT be the babysitter if you received no remuneration, but paid for his upkeep. You were obviously his chosen main carer. You should make sure that your attorney uses that argument.
Even if there is no further hearing. He should be able to appeal on those grounds.
Sep 19, 2015 16:16:28   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
London Girl wrote:
Good morning! Gks are here and we are all having a little chill before taking them home and then heading off to sunny (I hope!) Worthing! There should be Wifi in the cottage so see you on the other side!! Lots of love to you all!! xxxxxxxxx


Worthing has indeed been sunny all day, and waiting for you.
Sep 19, 2015 16:19:54   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
LondonChris wrote:
Have a great time & rest. Enjoy all the bus rides & give Saxy a hug from me if you see her!


IF?!

I shall enjoy that, but I want the real thing from you.
 
Sep 19, 2015 16:24:22   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
London Girl wrote:
Good afternoon from a very warm and sunny Worthing, YAY!!! The journey down was too easy for words and we stopped in Lancing for lunch, cos I sure ain't cooking tonight!! The cottage is delightful,
http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/rentals/worthing/304527
very well furnished, very pretty and they have installed everything one could want - except a mirror in the bedroom!! So......I have just been for a wander through the High Street and found one in Poundland!! I also found a yarn and fabric shop I haven't seen before, although Saxy may have mentioned it, it's only been open 3 months, definitely worth a second look!
Hope everyone is ok, I shall keep in touch as and when I can, love you all lots xxxxxxxxx
Good afternoon from a very warm and sunny Worthing... (show quote)


If it's the one in the High Street it used to be in Warwick Street , where we met Jane. It moved and changed somewhat.
Sep 19, 2015 16:31:02   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
lifeline wrote:
I'm just in from taking DS #2 to university.....there were tears when it came time to leave him, amazing to think what he was like a year ago and how far he has come :thumbup:


they do surprise us sometimes, don't they?
Sep 19, 2015 16:39:27   #
SaxonLady (a regular here)
 
Sarah was taken into hospital yesterday. She is on a drip because the antibiotics weren't working. They are keeping her in until at least Monday, so I have the boys. Merlin and baby are with her. I took the boys to Harbour Park today. We had a whale of a time.
Meanwhile the midwives in the hospital are playing silly b......s. Among other things: Baby has colic, so has to have warm milk, but today's midwife refused to bring Merlin hot water or allow any to come into the ward! Health and Safety, despite the fact that they handed hot coffee straight into the hands of a nursing mother! He went and got some from the hospital restaurant. When he was walking the corridors he met the Hospital Trust manager. The staff realised who had come into the ward with him to talk to Sarah. Suddenly they could not do enough for her!
Sep 19, 2015 16:50:58   #
lifeline
 
SaxonLady wrote:
Sarah was taken into hospital yesterday. She is on a drip because the antibiotics weren't working. They are keeping her in until at least Monday, so I have the boys. Merlin and baby are with her. I took the boys to Harbour Park today. We had a whale of a time.
Meanwhile the midwives in the hospital are playing silly b......s. Among other things: Baby has colic, so has to have warm milk, but today's midwife refused to bring Merlin hot water or allow any to come into the ward! Health and Safety, despite the fact that they handed hot coffee straight into the hands of a nursing mother! He went and got some from the hospital restaurant. When he was walking the corridors he met the Hospital Trust manager. The staff realised who had come into the ward with him to talk to Sarah. Suddenly they could not do enough for her!
Sarah was taken into hospital yesterday. She is on... (show quote)


Wish her well and a speedy recovery xxxx
Sep 19, 2015 17:55:15   #
PurpleFi (a regular here)
 
lifeline wrote:
I'm just in from taking DS #2 to university.....there were tears when it came time to leave him, amazing to think what he was like a year ago and how far he has come :thumbup:


Oh well done. I hope he enjoys his time there. Xxx
 
Sep 19, 2015 18:01:25   #
PurpleFi (a regular here)
 
SaxonLady wrote:
Sarah was taken into hospital yesterday. She is on a drip because the antibiotics weren't working. They are keeping her in until at least Monday, so I have the boys. Merlin and baby are with her. I took the boys to Harbour Park today. We had a whale of a time.
Meanwhile the midwives in the hospital are playing silly b......s. Among other things: Baby has colic, so has to have warm milk, but today's midwife refused to bring Merlin hot water or allow any to come into the ward! Health and Safety, despite the fact that they handed hot coffee straight into the hands of a nursing mother! He went and got some from the hospital restaurant. When he was walking the corridors he met the Hospital Trust manager. The staff realised who had come into the ward with him to talk to Sarah. Suddenly they could not do enough for her!
Sarah was taken into hospital yesterday. She is on... (show quote)


Hope she gets better very quickly and she gets back home away from all the bureaucracy. Sending lots of healing and peaceful hugs to the whole family. Xxxx
Sep 19, 2015 22:11:49   #
Miss Pam (a regular here)
 
London Girl wrote:
Good afternoon from a very warm and sunny Worthing, YAY!!! The journey down was too easy for words and we stopped in Lancing for lunch, cos I sure ain't cooking tonight!! The cottage is delightful,
http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/rentals/worthing/304527
very well furnished, very pretty and they have installed everything one could want - except a mirror in the bedroom!! So......I have just been for a wander through the High Street and found one in Poundland!! I also found a yarn and fabric shop I haven't seen before, although Saxy may have mentioned it, it's only been open 3 months, definitely worth a second look!
Hope everyone is ok, I shall keep in touch as and when I can, love you all lots xxxxxxxxx
Good afternoon from a very warm and sunny Worthing... (show quote)

Glad you made it safe and sound. The cottage looks great. Enjoy!!!! :) xxxooo
Sep 19, 2015 22:16:19   #
Miss Pam (a regular here)
 
lifeline wrote:
I'm just in from taking DS #2 to university.....there were tears when it came time to leave him, amazing to think what he was like a year ago and how far he has come :thumbup:


That's great (other than the not unexpected tears). You are so right about where he is now compared to last year. Great progress. {{{{Hugs}}}} to you. xxxooo
Sep 19, 2015 22:18:31   #
Miss Pam (a regular here)
 
lifeline wrote:
Wish her well and a speedy recovery xxxx


And from me, too, Saxy. :) xxxooo
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