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Julie I remember this feeling so very well, I didn't like my child and as you say felt like he was a bomb about to go off any time any where! You are doing the right thing, 9 years is a long time and you have honestly given Toby a wonderful childhood, filled with love and you have done your very best. Let the pro's guide you, they see children like Toby all the time and know what works. I'd be scared too, especially about medication as that was my biggest fear for Bailey. If you need a sounding board I'm ready and waiting. I hope you get some sleep soon Julie xxx Thinking of you. Maddyxxxx
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2011 on moody knitting at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Oh I remember that feeling, Bailey refused the first year and stood at the back of the room hiding behind his teacher. The next year he was the drummer boy in the Christmas play and I've never felt such huge emotion, pride and love all wrapped in a bundle of tears and cheers. Have a wonderful day Julie and clap for me too. Oh I've come over all teary! I do love the colours you are using for your granny blanket, very soft and beautiful.
Toggle Commented May 29, 2010 on An upside down week at Little Cotton Rabbits
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I did the same thing, watched a few YouTube videos then went to Nexstitch web site for some more video tuition. Love the bag.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2010 on playing hooky at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Julie I often find Bailey's orderly life a blessing. In the morning he has such a stingent routine that he is in the kitchen a full ten minutes before his brother who often eats his breakfast on the run to the bus stop. That little silver lining. I hope the sun comes out soon.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2010 on order at Little Cotton Rabbits
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Hi Julie, I finally found a way to post a comment here, I've been blocked for months. Hope all is well with you and your two little lovelies.
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2009 on acorns at Little Cotton Rabbits
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