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Scottsmum

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About Scottsmum

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  1. Whatever Jeune wants Jeune gets - update 9 April

    Sad news to read she's passed. Love from all the way over here, SM.
  2. New arrivals

    Couldn't agree more!
  3. The Claytons 52/2019

    He's a real little boy these days @persephone! And we're very lucky to have Rox.
  4. The Claytons 52/2019

    She even puts up with G feeding her then pushing her towards the bowl saying "eat your yummy kai" (kai =food). It's kinda hilarious, she's very patient, he's Incredibly gentle, for the most part.
  5. The Claytons 52/2019

    Here's my contribution, if it's ok to jump in on your thread. Roxy "the cat from next door" has all but moved in. She's such a darling, and so good with George. She plays a very special role in our otherwise currently pet free home.
  6. The Claytons 52/2019

    Mine almost 100% consist of a blurry toddler these days. I'll see if I can get into Flickr and share something, but lifes ... just too hectic at the moment for 52!
  7. The Claytons 52/2019

    Great photos PC & Perse
  8. Perses' Pups

    Love that boy
  9. Perses' Pups

    New kids on the block are delightful too, but "old" Don will have my heart forever
  10. Perses' Pups

    Donny! Is Don, is worth coming back to DOL!
  11. 52/2018

    Yum. Love quandong jam!
  12. 52/2018

    And in the mean time my wee "Tato" turned one recently...
  13. 52/2018

    Kia ora! I'm alive! Hubby is away and I'm solo-mumming and back at work 3 days a week. I barely have time to scratch, let alone take happy snaps! But seeing as its my thread I'll see if I can maybe catch up. Maybe one per fortnight or something.
  14. 52/2018

    Oi. I owe 6!
  15. HELP! Menacing / Dangerous Dog

    Uh. 1. I wouldn't trust him around any of the kids & would be setting very strict rules for all of them. No kids in the back yard unsupervised. No strange kids near him ever again kind of thing. 2. Being "caged up 12 hours a day" isn't the absolute worst outcome. You just have to create a suitable, safe & fulfilling environment for him. Have a look for enrichment activities for him.
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