Coram's Fields 4th of July

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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Fozza » 04 Jul 2012, 19:49

We had a great time. They boys were good on the way home. A napped the whole way home (not great for my back but good for my sanity). I'm glad Z was good with the babies (I did warn you that he likes a baby).
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KateGladTidings » 04 Jul 2012, 20:09

Z was lovely with Eva :) so gentle!
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby bimbambalooms » 04 Jul 2012, 20:22

Lovely to see so many old friends and wonderful to meet some new ones too! So many chubby little babies <not broody, not broody, not broody>

Sorry I was a pretty useless wrangler - somewhat stymied by my footwear!
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Svea » 04 Jul 2012, 20:27

Glamorous as always, BBB. was great to chat with everyone, and lovely to meet Kat and Kevin and the kids. And new to me faces as well. Sorry I didn't get to chat with everyone as much as I liked. Had to go back to work eventually. Thanks for the brownies too. And thanks to Ellis for showing me the zip line. He's an awesome kid- i'll remind you of this when the going is tough,Kat.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby DIMDongMerrily » 04 Jul 2012, 20:31

My boys had a lovely time - both worn out and fell asleep in my Mum's car on the way home from Croydon. Mummy fail of the day though - we lost Dylan's rucksack :? he's a bit upset about that, poor thing.

Other than that though, I think we all had a good day! It was lovely to see lots of familiar faces, and meet some new ones too! And lovely to see all the Oopses together :) very cute!
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby blackberrycrimble » 04 Jul 2012, 20:33

DIM wrote:My boys had a lovely time - both worn out and fell asleep in my Mum's car on the way home from Croydon. Mummy fail of the day though - we lost Dylan's rucksack :? he's a bit upset about that, poor thing.

Other than that though, I think we all had a good day! It was lovely to see lots of familiar faces, and meet some new ones too! And lovely to see all the Oopses together :) very cute!


Did anyone take a photo of that?
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KatGoldLIN » 04 Jul 2012, 21:13

Yes photographic evidence will circulate tomorrow!!


Had such a lovely time! We just got home after hitting the British Museum, the Gourmet Burget Kitchen and the Natural History Museum.

And yes, E is awesome.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby ToothFairy » 04 Jul 2012, 21:22

We had a fantastic day, even though we very nearly missed our train home. The coat isn't mine, thankfully, as it was persisting down when we got off the train!

Thanks to Kate for the brownies, which forced me to go on a ten mile bike ride tonight :D Big thanks to BBB and DIM for the hugs when I needed them.

It was lovely to see you again Kat, and the lovely Kev. Your children are gorgeous, even though Theo nearly gave me a heart attack throwing himself down the slide!

It was a lovely day, nice to see old friends and meet new ones too.
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby Seriously_Nutty » 04 Jul 2012, 22:16

Awesome day meeting folks in the big smoke :D

Think trying a new class at the gym tonight might have been a tad optimistic....

And I missed the brownies???? Gutted
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Re: Coram's Fields 4th of July

Postby KateGladTidings » 05 Jul 2012, 05:57

Super_Noodle wrote:Awesome day meeting folks in the big smoke :D

Think trying a new class at the gym tonight might have been a tad optimistic....

And I missed the brownies???? Gutted


Agh, sorry! I could have sworn I wafted them in your direction...
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