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How we ended up with Rainbow Dash in our house this week, I’ll never fully understand. We didn’t have one, we had two. At the weekend we went to OH friends sisters engagement party. They are gay to the room was decorated with rainbows and balloons and paper fans. The room looked really good. But next to the buffet table there were two Rainbow Dash balloons, I didn’t expect that we would be coming home with them. At the very end of the night we asked, and that is how they found a home in our house, followed by two excited girls when they came home from their sleep-over.

Squidge had a try out for the school tag rugby team. I’m surprised that she wanted to try and secondly that she did so well she made the team. There has been a few training sessions and the last one she fell/push over and a small graze that bleed slightly and a long bruise on the top of her leg. She was walking round with her arm held up as if it was broken.

Bob has been doing really well at school and is ready t move up to her first proper book band – books that have words – I’m really happy that she is enjoying school and my fears that she might not have any friends have been unfounded. She has made lots both boys and girls.

The school are having their annual Halloween disco, and in previous years all the school could attend. They split the school up, younger ones first followed by the older ones. This year after saying to Bob that now she had started school she will be able to go to the discos (one excited Bob). Well we have a new headteachers and she has decided that it is too scary for reception children (haha). Bearing in mind some of reception are already five and some of year 1 children will have only turned five in the last few months – is it not scary for them? Well complaints were made and the school have compromised by letting them get dressed up at school. I feel sorry for the children who don’t like Halloween, but now have to be in school.

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