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    son starting school in less than 2weeks i am sad

    hey guys any other parents out their at the moment whose kiddies start school, i am so emotional over it, i feel like i did a few years back when i had to leave him in nursery to go back to work. i got made redundant in march and have loved the time i have had to spend with him, and now he has to leave me and go to school, i so know i will cry on his first day.

    ok just read that back and i sound like a mum that cannot let go i am not, i guess my baby not a baby anymore.

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    awww we all feel like this, i love the time hes on holidays now, as by the time they finish school and had tea and bathed there isnt much time left with them

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    Aw bless; no; I'm a Dad to a toddler and I work from home a lot on various projects and I love it cos I can see my boy whenever I/he likes; so I am not looking forward to him going to nursery let alone school. But it's just one of them things, so I'm sure you'll be dead proud (and upset) on his first day at school.

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    sassie;6140956

    awww we all feel like this, i love the time hes on holidays now, as by … awww we all feel like this, i love the time hes on holidays now, as by the time they finish school and had tea and bathed there isnt much time left with them



    see thats it exactly home, tea, bath, bed ohhhhh why couldnt i have lost my job last year then i would of had more time - tissues at the ready

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    keli;6140980

    see thats it exactly home, tea, bath, bed ohhhhh why couldnt i have lost … see thats it exactly home, tea, bath, bed ohhhhh why couldnt i have lost my job last year then i would of had more time - tissues at the ready



    yep, but my little guy needed to be at school, he was so ready, so my sadness was his gain, so al good in the end

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    andywedge;6140979

    Aw bless; no; I'm a Dad to a toddler and I work from home a lot on … Aw bless; no; I'm a Dad to a toddler and I work from home a lot on various projects and I love it cos I can see my boy whenever I/he likes; so I am not looking forward to him going to nursery let alone school. But it's just one of them things, so I'm sure you'll be dead proud (and upset) on his first day at school.



    i am a great believer in nursery (i wasnt when i had to go back to work lol) but it does them great, however i think its the fact that nursery not compulsary and school is, ok so now i am thinking about becoming a morning cleaner 9-11 then a dinner lady 12-1 then maybe afternoon cleaner 2-3 PERFECT lmao

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    agreed sassie he just missed out on last years intake so has been ready for a while like you say their gain our loss i am sure i will be fine by july 2010

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    keli;6140995

    i am a great believer in nursery (i wasnt when i had to go back to work … i am a great believer in nursery (i wasnt when i had to go back to work lol) but it does them great, however i think its the fact that nursery not compulsary and school is, ok so now i am thinking about becoming a morning cleaner 9-11 then a dinner lady 12-1 then maybe afternoon cleaner 2-3 PERFECT lmao



    I work as a freelance drama specialist thingy with kids aged 5 to 18; so guess where I'l be working when my boy starts school :-D

    Jumpingphil;6141040

    Errrrrm............... McDonalds?



    Hahahahahahahaha quote of the day right here ladies and gentleman

    he is going to need you more now he is in reception

    enjoy it its such a special year.

    my youngest is starting year 1, not so special, just starting the real grind of work, poor thing.

    time for another one?

    we opted for a puppy instead. lol - much more trouble

    I remember back to how i was when my son started school...... Now he is starting college in 2 weeks and i feel as worried as i did back then.............. Be prepared to go through it all again!

    awww op it is natural you'll dread your lil one being away from you for that long but remember he will need you to feel happy and confident about him starting school or he will pick up on the vibes you send to him and feel scared xx

    I work in F/S 2 and its as bad reassuring mums-dont worry its all normal feelings, we do look after them.We want your child to feel happy and secure at school too.I do remember the feeling though and this year my baby starts uni

    Once children have settled in most schools welcome 'parent helpers'

    I used to wait till my lil ones were inside the school classroom and id be smiling and waving them off and then soon as they couldnt see i'd be blubbing and crying for em lol
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