Mine has semi-left home at age 18. He's at the local university and lives in hall of residence. It works well - he's far enough away that he's got independence, but close enough that we keep in touch regularly. He also comes home at holiday periods and we see him when we transport him to & from cycling events. We get along and I think he's quite civilised, so perhaps we're unusual!The Velvet Curtain said:Not having children myself, and on the theme of torture, at what age do you think yours are finally going to leave home?
Sod the ante natal classes, just get every expectant father to complete this!!surfgurl said:I've just read this thread to my husband. He tells me there is a website which gives you a series of questions which works out how many five year olds you can take on in a fight. He claims it says he could take on 25 of them.
Having seen him with his two boys when they were younger I think this is a vast exaggeration...
Won't give me a score. And why does it say "Live near York? Join our singles club" at the bottom? Is that some clever thing knowing where I am, or coincidence?radger said:
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