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December 29, 2008

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Kim

I am so not ready for the teenage years.. this kind of story just proves it.. sigh.

Andrea

Oh good grief...these people need a life!! Who does that? Comes begging for friends? OMG!! And how dare you leave us hanging like this Lori!! lol WHAT HAPPENED next????

Megan@SortaCrunchy

Wow. Way overinvolved parents. WAY. Oh please don't let me be like that . . .

Jessica Moore

You just love leaving us hanging, don't you? LOL You've got me hooked though, and I can't wait to hear the rest.

What is it with teenage girls and bickering and the back and forth of friends or not friends? I don't think guys do that. Maybe I'll get lucky with having boys on that front. Still scared of the teenage years though - and barely surviving the preschool years.

Corey

don't leave me hanging like that.....eeeekkkkk....

Jo Beaufoix

And? AND? Come on, what happened? ;D

I'm guessing they couldn't keep to their side of the deal. I think you're handling this really well Lori, but it would drive me mad too. I hope Carissa is able to see the hassle these people cause and make her own own mind up stay away.

And I am very nervous about the teenage years. With an 8 year old they don't feel that far away. Shiver.

bubblewench

uh oh... and now? Hows it going? That's very strange that the parents are begging for them to be friends.. maybe no one wants to be her friend?

Jenn @ Juggling Life

Overinvolved parents are a pet peeve of mine.

My daughter and her bff had a falling out and didn't speak for about 2 weeks. This is 2 girls who live together, just alternating houses. The other mom and I didn't even mention it when we sat together at games. It works so much better that way.

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