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How I work: I am currently: Work at home parent
Do you own a pet?: Cat(s)
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1. Name: MICHELLE
1. Date of Birth: Wed-5-Jun-2002 (15 years old)
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My Groups: Aunt Betty's Dessert Toppings, Bioglan Kids Smart Omega3 Fish Oil, Bosisto's Eucalyptus Spray
First Name: MARY
Gender: Female
Phone number: 0274868410
Suburb/Location: MASSEY
Relationship Status: Divorced - sole custody
About me: Single mum to a 24 year old son and 11 year old daughter. I am a child educator and also do foster care so my home is pretty much always full of the patter of pre-schoolers
Parenting Group, Playgroup; Kids' School: ST PAULS
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2 weeks ago
mary110370 posted a comment on the group Nexcare™ Animal Print Waterproof Bandages:
So who would have thought I would be the first one to need these. After face planting (in non delicate style and with no alcohol involved) last Friday I ended up needed tlc on my poor knees. I have to say I'm very impressed. ...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Nexcare™ Animal Print Waterproof Bandages:
So who would have thought I would be the first one to need these. After face planting (in non delicate style and with no alcohol involved) last Friday I ended up needed tlc on my poor knees. I have to say I'm very impressed. ...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Nexcare™ Animal Print Waterproof Bandages:
Yes Please!!! I have 5 pre-schoolers that I look after on various days of the week and our days are action packed and full of fun but this also means bumps and scrapes. I know the kids would love these - a pleasant change to the boring pl...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Dr. Oetker Baking :
Wow! What an amazing trial to be part of! Yes please! My 14 year old daughter is a real baking whizz at the moment, whipping up all sorts of creations in the kitchen. She's also extremely patient with the 3 pre-schoolers - inviting the...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Natracare Organic Cotton Baby Wipes:
These arrived this morning. First impressions are very good. I like how it is a 50 pack so slightly smaller and can fit in my handbag so they're always on hand for sticky fingers and nappy changes. The pack itself if very cute with ...
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mary110370 posted a comment on the group Glad Kitchen Tidy Liners with Ambi Pur:
These sound amazing and I'd love to trial them. I'm currently using old supermarket bags to line my rubbish bin and not only do they not fit well but they fall off so food scraps so down into the bin and it gets all smelly and th...
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cbirch - 6:49 PM on Sun-19-Jun-2011  reply | message
I don't think it would be safe enough to transport the soup once made up, even with the lid on. I think it's only really designed to keep the contents inside before you make it up. The insulation of the cup is really good though. I made it with boiling water and then ate it out of the cup and had no heat issues.
Nessa - 5:56 PM on Sun-19-Jun-2011  reply | message
You could always make it in the cup and then take to school in a wee thermos or something if they were not safe enough for transporting. I would imagine it wouldn't be very safe putting them in lunchboxes with hot water in as it will heat the lid with the steam and may make them easier to pop open but you never know. Will be interested in the suppliers answer :)