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Finally feeling better!

It probably helps that I got paid today - a day early! (Shame the wages dept couldn't send my P60 as promised... Only been waiting since April. But at least I have my money).

SO! Before I've even got dressed today I have bought the last of the baby stuff I need from Kiddicare (nappy covers, nappy liners, breast pads) and got Jack some bits from eBay for his Thomas train set (to be put away until Squiggle comes).

I have a HUGE list of things that need to be bought/paid for this week like haircuts for me and Jack, a new hook for the swinging crib, more storage boxes, more decorating stuff, a new spare Splodge (IF Toys-r-us still have them in stock.....) not to mention a big shop from Asda of general groceries. Mark has already commented that by the end of the week we'll be skint again especially once the bills have gone out. Of course, this is WHY we need my bloody P60 so we (he) can sort out the Tax Credits people..... But none of it is stuff we can do with out so we'll just hve to tighten our belts and get on with it.

*sigh*

A lotto win would come in very handy around now.

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