maybe u could sew his initials on every piece of uniform? or use a zebra pen to write his initials on some obscure area of the uniform?Jennifer wrote:The students hv to dump their bags of labelled clothes at the collection centre on Mon/Wed/Fri for the boarding school appointed Laundromat.ngl2010 wrote:There was a time in P5 when I was out of the country and all uniforms were just finished the cycle in the washing machine. DH just gave the uniform to DS to wear. Luckily DS didn't fall sick or I would DH. Men!
Other than these days, it is up to the students to wash on their own using the WM located at each floor.
Ah boy's uniform are all altered at 150% price.
I shudder at the thought of boarding for him. Really.
Newbies report here first! And if you feel like you would like your own club, come and create one yourself too.
Jennifer wrote:icy_mama wrote:then when he's back, he'd appreciate home more.Jennifer wrote:The boarding school does not hv ensuite hor.
Who knows, he may not be able to indulge his quirks at boarding school and may overcome them.
The students hv to write their room number on the clothes.icy_mama wrote:maybe u could sew his initials on every piece of uniform? or use a zebra pen to write his initials on some obscure area of the uniform?
BUT there are still incidences of lost items
icy_mama wrote:all i know is it's gonna rain here at MGS soon. windy too.Jennifer wrote:Is today slightly hazy?
u nearby now?
The sky is not very clear unlike other days. No hazy smell though.
Do drive carefully.
That's a real possibility. My older daughter is also one who has her 'ways' of doing things. We ignore them and try not to indulge her, but at home, things do fall into a routine. I found that travelling and visiting people does break her out of those habits a bit. At least, she gets used to more variation.Jennifer wrote:Funz wrote: Who knows, he may not be able to indulge his quirks at boarding school and may overcome them.