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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up in the night dealing with E. fed & dressed
everyone. Breakfast, read stories, fought battles of the will
with E. who has developed an acute aversion to parental
obedience; why does potty training co-incide with the
terrible twos ? won battles serially, easier each time.
Trampoline use in between rain; lunch. Off into
town to buy a present for E. for general excellence
yesterday; who chose a suitably inexpensive pink handbag.
Played in the park. M. who had moaned incessentaly about
coming ('I want to watch the computer'), now complained
about leaving the playground: dis-satistfaction guarenteed.
Babes watched iPlayer at some length. E. fell
asleep, and unhappy when woken. Cooked chicken dinner -
much appreciated by babes.
Bath & packed them all off to bed. Pottered
around tidying up - have no idea how J. manages to do this
every day; played with the reprap a little.
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