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Charlie's been up since just around 1am so I read about Mali as he listened to the Pixies, paced and ate a very early breakfast. We went for a walk at 6.30am.
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16 in May, yes?
Hormonal teen, growing pains hurt.
13 February 2013 at 13:11
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