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January 20, 2008



LOL - I think they have some kind of awkward-issue-ometer.


Yep, kids sure are curious! And often don't settle for the "easy" answers. Thank goodness that your ex shared a name with one of the Wiggles, that got you off the hook!! :-) :-)


They can be persistent eh? But actually they can also be quite perceptive about things too if you explain it isn't something you want to talk about at present.

Funny story: I have some condoms in my bedside drawers. Tim found them one time and asked "Can I have a lolly?". Ah.. those aren't lollies. Fortunately he was happily put off by some real lollies...


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hehe oh o!!! that's definately a story worth scrapping one day chick! :)

Cindy Hearty

ROFL...Murray Wiggle LOL

Kelly Slattery

I just tell my girl - Oh that's mummy's first husband. I figure then she knows the answer to her question & there won't be any need for a big explaination LOL ;o)


Murray Wiggle, *giggle* Well done on the answers, and your kids are such smart cookies, they are never going to be happy without the full answer.

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