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Bad News. The junior school has seen fit to install a sand pit. I thought the days of picking up my son and 2kg of sand everyday in his shoes was a thing of the past. Why would the school do that to me? Why? Why?????

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karenw said…
yep, if Henry's shoes are any indication.. multiply that by the number of kids in the junior playground, they are going to have to restock the sandpit every week. I will admit that Henry has loved the sandpit far more than soccer, less arguments about cheating I suspect. x
Getrealmommy said…
My deepest sympathy....
Michelle said…
I too have a child who would dig to China if lunchtime was long enough!
Thought to you too.
blue moss said…
I remember thinking that sandboxes were the greatest things until we got one for our kids......
So very sorry

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