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Post by Vicki on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:56 pm

blah and to top it off today i get called to the school, my 13 year old daughter has started her menstral cycle...which could explain the hot flushes she was having over the weekend and the crumpy mood she was in...oh the joys have just began!!

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by robjud on Tue Oct 13, 2009 7:04 am

I'm not looking forward to the day my DD starts hers. I reckon I have another 16 months to go as she is just over 11.

Just trying to come to terms with my DS who is not 13 until December. We measured his height yesterday and he is 5ft 7 inches. Only another 3 inches and he will be as tall as me. His feet are already bigger. In fact he has the biggest feet in the family Size 11 men. Based on his age at 2 1/2 he should be 6 ft 2 but I reckon he might get another inch taller. Oh, and he eats like a horse. Forever hungry!!

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by Kathie on Tue Oct 13, 2009 8:39 am

Oh man!! V that is both exciting a sad all at the same time!! Judith I'm 5' 4" (with a kick up the butt) tall and I have 3 sons......Rob is 26 and 6' tall, Steven is 24 and is 6' 6" tall and Danny is about to turn 21 is 6' 4" his shoe size when he was 11 was a 13!!! So honey I feel your pain!!! Steve hold his arm out straight from his body and I can walk under it and the top of my hair just touches his arm!!!!!!!
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Re: And to top it off...

Post by lindavr on Tue Oct 13, 2009 9:00 am

My girls both stated at 12 years old, about 3 months before they turned 13, and it was a bitter sweet moment.

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by fullofscrap on Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:08 pm

It will hopefully settle down and just be a normal part of life soon V! My dughter is 14 now and also started just after her 13th birthday! Poor girl had to get use to it very quickly because she's a swimmer with a crazy training routine! I can also add that my 16 year old son is taller than me and I'm 1.8m (I think that's about 5'10 or maybe more!) He is definitely going to be 2 meters plus when he eventually stops growing! He has huge feet too! I do like tall men though (giving my own hight).

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Post by PinkKittyGurl on Tue Oct 13, 2009 6:57 pm

Oh poor darling, I hope she is feeling Ok and dealing with it alright.

My Goddaughter was only 11, but she is fine with it, apparently most young girls find it cool.... :?:

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by Soupie on Wed Oct 14, 2009 12:26 am

Good luck V!!!

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by redant on Wed Oct 14, 2009 7:03 pm

Oh dear V - good luck with it all!

This thread for some reason reminds me of the book "Dear God, it's me Margaret" by Judy Blume Does anyone remember it? We all read it when we were kids and it was about a young girl who desperately wanted to become a 'women' and her prayers to God about it. It was fantastic! Wonder if it would be applicable today?

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by Kathie on Wed Oct 14, 2009 7:30 pm

If anybody has that book I would like a copy please. I'm willing to pay for both postage and for the actual book. It was a fantastic book....I'd like to have a copy for my girls to read!!!
thanks girls
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Re: And to top it off...

Post by robyn on Wed Oct 14, 2009 7:41 pm

My eldest started at 10! I was devastated for her..and me! She had a bad time from the beginning but it is sorted now. My second DD was 13 and has never really had a problem thank goodness...I hope that keeps up too. I am sure it will all settle and work out for your DD too.
Of course the two guys in the house can't win with three women all at different cycle stages!
(((hugs))) V

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Re: And to top it off...

Post by Soupie on Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:05 am

redant wrote:Oh dear V - good luck with it all!

This thread for some reason reminds me of the book "Dear God, it's me Margaret" by Judy Blume Does anyone remember it? We all read it when we were kids and it was about a young girl who desperately wanted to become a 'women' and her prayers to God about it. It was fantastic! Wonder if it would be applicable today?

I had that book! I LOVED Judy Blume! The only Judy Blume book in my house now is her most recent one (which is for grown-ups).

As far as books that are applicable today, I was talking to my SIL the other day and she has a fabulous book by Aussie psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg called "Princess Bitchface Syndrome: Surviving Adolescent Girls". She HIGHLY recommends it to anyone with teen / pre-teen girls.

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