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    One of H's best friends is parading in the London New Years Day parade today so we're watching it trying to Abi spot!
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    Sounds like fun xx

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    Hope it goes well for him.

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    They were brilliant! We then had Marc's Mum and her dogs over for New Years Dinner which was lovely, really nice and then some people let off fireworks so we had very scared dogs and she had to leave earlier than planned... A lovely way to start the year. Family, laughs and lots of food lol
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    Hi Suzi! Happy New Year to you and yours. Hope 2018 is a smooth one for all of you. Your NYD celebrations sound great!....I could hear the crowd in the pub even before it was midnight and then all hell let loose!.....the Churchinford Beacon was lit. I believe it was given to the village for the millennium celebrations, one of not very many in the UK. Then there were fireworks, and like your dogs, our poor cats were beside themselves with fear and were running all over the place. But it didn't last long and at about 12.30am everything subsided and all was quiet. Both cats slept on our bed for the night! Have a good day.xx

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    Thanks lovely.

    Bra shopping done. Both girls in measured and sorted. Phew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    They were brilliant! We then had Marc's Mum and her dogs over for New Years Dinner which was lovely, really nice and then some people let off fireworks so we had very scared dogs and she had to leave earlier than planned... A lovely way to start the year. Family, laughs and lots of food lol
    Such a shame for the dogs, at one time fireworks used to just be Nov 5th now we get them at new year as well.

    *does some brainstorming* how about some doggie ear protectors (sounds silly but may actually work, unless the doggies get upset because they think they've gone deaf). So much for that pearl of wisdom, you can thank me later
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    Thanks lovely.

    Bra shopping done. Both girls in measured and sorted. Phew.
    I remembered being measured! That's a sensible thing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldMike View Post

    *does some brainstorming* how about some doggie ear protectors (sounds silly but may actually work, unless the doggies get upset because they think they've gone deaf). So much for that pearl of wisdom, you can thank me later
    Actually you can get them, but we've managed to lower their fear by playing a firework CD throughout the year starting really quiet and then getting louder each week. It has helped a bit, but also we play music or put the TV on which helps too.

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    I remembered being measured! That's a sensible thing to do.
    With H with EDS and her shoulders being badly affected it's important. She's well endowed so needs the support.. I nearly cried when I was told my baby needed more support than a non underwired bra could give... My baby is growing up!
    Fern on the other hand needed measuring too!
    I remember when my Mum used to just go out and buy mine when I was at school... I know how important proper fitting bras are.
    Last edited by Suzi; 02-01-18 at 07:46 PM.
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    Jess has never let someone measure her, not even me. She just gets me to buy a variety and tries them all on. She’s so private about her body and I can’t force her but .....
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