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Is it paper? I've never played, so apologies if im terribly wrong!

Don't feel bad, I gave my DD 2min noodles for dinner! Not the healthiest thing, but as long as they aren't eating it everyday its all good

I am 9 days younger then my Dh.

My DD is 5yrs 4mths and she weighs 22kgs and is 120cms tall. Don't know where she puts it all, she looks so slim!

When my DD first started 3yr old kinder, I was horrified when her teacher said she was climbing all over the tables and super disruptive, as she isn't like that at home. BUT after a few weeks of them reminding her that chairs are for bottoms, that we listen to our friends/teachers etc and me telling her to listen to her teachers, she was much better. She had never been away from us before, so I guess listening to other people and doing what was expected took her a little longer to understand, as she didn't know the expectations. I think its a good idea to go in with him on his next day, and see what happens in the classroom, so you can talk this over with him of a night, and remind him what he should be doing. Try not to stress too much about it, it takes a little while for kids to settle in.

Good luck with your move and the school thing, Victoria is a nice place, weather can be a bit dodgy sometimes, but I really like it here (I'm originally from NSW)

my_little_blessings wrote: rrt1000 wrote: 3 year old kinder is not compulsary, so you don't have to send him. I am pretty sure that 4yr old kinder is compulsary, so if you are moving down here, I would look into it for your eldest son ASAP. I think there are alot of places you can do 4yr old kinder, and some are next to or close by schools, so it makes it easy for transitions. If you have any questions, I can try and answer them, we've done 4yr old kinder last yr and starting school in a fortnight (eek!) My 4 year old is going to kindy here, not moving until he is done for the year. He may go to prep in qld for abit. I will get my youngest to go when i talk to a kindy down there. I want to see what they have to say has well. There are different names for everything, which can get confusing, in Vic, its "kinder" instead of "pre-school" (which is what they can go to the yr before school) and then "prep" instead of "kindergarten" (first yr of s...

3 year old kinder is not compulsary, so you don't have to send him. I am pretty sure that 4yr old kinder is compulsary, so if you are moving down here, I would look into it for your eldest son ASAP. I think there are alot of places you can do 4yr old kinder, and some are next to or close by schools, so it makes it easy for transitions. If you have any questions, I can try and answer them, we've done 4yr old kinder last yr and starting school in a fortnight (eek!)

Its now law that children under the age of 4yrs old have to be in a child restraint with an inbuilt harness, so unless the booster seat has an inbuilt harness, he can't go in it yet. If you check your states road and traffic authority website, they have all the information there.

We had some moron run over ours and the neighbours bins. All four of them! Our bin was actually half way up the street, rubbish everywhere >.< Anyways, we rang the council and they said someone would be out in a few days with a new bin, to just leave them at the curb. We were mighty surprised when later that day we heard someone moving our bins from out front of our garage-it was the guy giving us new bins! And I don't think we got charged for it either. I hope you get a new bin soon.