A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AB&M » 11 Jan 2012, 20:48

Update: after big argument between DH & FIL they have changed the venue. We are all going up & back on the Sunday with Bruno & kitten. Special London sticker / activity books on order for Bruno. Kitten hates the car & it's 3 hr drive. Stress alert & I will be having a G&t on arrival!!
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AwayinaChive » 11 Jan 2012, 20:53

Another name change! Can someone tell me who fullhouse is? Pm me? Please?

ETA I think I know....but if I say the letter it used to start with, I'm not sure if the person wants me giving away that info..... does the little one's name start with a W? Can I say that? If not, I'll delete this!
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby Louisianablue2000 » 11 Jan 2012, 21:00

Ives, isn't it the person who started all of the food related name changes last year?
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AB&M » 11 Jan 2012, 21:56

If you read back through this thread you can probably guess
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby KateGladTidings » 11 Jan 2012, 22:23

Isn't it just the person who had a full house over christmas, for a looong time?

If so, isn't that the person who also went by another forum pseudonym when announcing her pgcy?!
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AwayinaChive » 11 Jan 2012, 22:29

LouisianaMudPie wrote:Ives, isn't it the person who started all of the food related name changes last year?


Just read back through and yes, it's The Great Name Changer!
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby gingerbreadhouse » 12 Jan 2012, 07:36

:oops: Sorry! Mostly I don't care who knows who I am on here, but every now and again I have a wobble about RL people.
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby blossom » 12 Jan 2012, 13:31

FH/anyone: How does that guard against it if you don't mind me asking?
I'm starting to consider a name change too but I'm attached to my name!

B&M yay for a venue change but you have my deepest sympathies re the car journey. Even at 8mths tomorrow if Little m doesn't fall asleep in the car all hell breaks loose! What about using her night time bottle before the journey instead?
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby gingerbreadhouse » 12 Jan 2012, 14:03

Blossom, it doesn't really - it's just that if anyone knows my old user name they'd be able to find me very quickly; by changing it it'd slow them down a bit. Not fooling myself, I'd get found again soon enough, but as I say, it'd take a little bit more effort. I guess the only way really is to create a completely new account and ensure no references to the old name. That's why I created a whole new ID for the issue(!) this time last year - I know my mum knew my original userid at the time, and probably a few other members of my family.

B&M, what a nightmare. Hope it's uneventful on the day, and definitely yes to the G&T!
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AB&M » 15 Jan 2012, 04:21

Right well just in time for family party kitten has her first cold so a bit off / on re bf'ing! Bruno & I had it earlier in the week so just have a runny nose. Great timing!

After much deliberation I decided that I couldn't cope with certain uncles oggling at my breasts so have borrowed one of those bf'ing cover / cape things. I was dead against them at the start but a room full of strangers is more preferable to Uncle Bob!

We are going to take a bottle for the journey home .
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby blossom » 15 Jan 2012, 05:35

Just popping in to wish you well for today b&m!
And by the way there's hope re the car: little m falls asleep now (well he did on both hour long journeys yesterday) and wakes up quite happy. Thank God! Hope today's not as bad as you fear.
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby Disco » 15 Jan 2012, 07:58

Best of luck for today B&M.
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby PicNic » 15 Jan 2012, 08:02

Good luck today b&m
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby AB&M » 15 Jan 2012, 10:44

Thanks. Anticipation is usually worse & I'll get ignored or will be marching around getting kitten to sleep!! I have opted for a pretty dress that MIL bought to smooth the way :wink:
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Re: A family/inlaws relationship-saving vent thread

Postby ches » 15 Jan 2012, 13:46

I've used my udder cover once to bf in a bookshop and four times to pump in public! I have to travel to NY again next month so will need to pump on the train again.
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