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Here's a poem I came across in a Baby Record Book I was given - thought I would share it with you all.


Monday's child is fair of face,
Tuesday's child is full of grace,
Wednesday's child is full of woe,
Thursday's child has far to go,
Friday's child is loving and giving,
Saturday's child works hard for a living,
But the child that is born on the Sabbath day
Is bonny, and blithe, and good, and gay.

Author: Unkown

Isn't the poem beautiful? What day of the week was your child born on?

Luckiest Mum In The World

Mine was born on a Friday... she is very loving but I am not so sure about the giving bit... she always screams for more milk/food and when her dad pretends to ask for a bikky from her, she shoves it into her mouth

To teach is to learn twice

I guess its true!!

Kiara was born on a wednesday

Naomi, Kiara(sids 5mths) Paige, Baby3

Heres my favourite poem that I'm sure you will all love and be able to relate too:

Housework Can Wait

Come in, but don’t expect to find
All dishes done, all floors ashine.
Observe the crumbs and toys galore,
The smudgy prints upon the door.
The little ones we shelter here
Don’t thrive on a spotless atmosphere.
They’re more inclined to disarray
And carefree, even messy, play.
Their needs are great, their patience small,
All day I’m at their beck and call.
It’s “Mummy come, Mummy see!”
Wiggly worms and red scraped knee.
Painted pictures, blocks piled high,
My floors unshined, the days go by.
Some future day they’ll flee this nest,
And I at last will have a rest!
Now you tell me which matters more,
A happy child or a polished floor?

Bindi, WA, mum of two

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