Overseas Attachment - Packing List

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby y@ng » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:10 pm

Many thanks for your packing list. It takes a lot of stress off the packing for my son's summer programme in UK. :smile:

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby Happy Mama » Wed Jul 20, 2011 6:52 pm

:salute: Kudos to you, Insider! You have planned her items so well!
You are such a detailed and loving mummy. :celebrate: and your DD is so lucky to have you... :love:

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby daisyt » Sat Sep 03, 2011 4:41 pm

Realise most girls would pack their favourite soft toy along. 4 months is very long but nowadays with facetime, msn video, cheap international calling card, still not so bad. DD is going for 5 weeks to winter country, her first time in cold weather. I am a bit worried.

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby jtoh » Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:13 pm

daisyt wrote:Realise most girls would pack their favourite soft toy along. 4 months is very long but nowadays with facetime, msn video, cheap international calling card, still not so bad. DD is going for 5 weeks to winter country, her first time in cold weather. I am a bit worried.


daisyt, your dd's going on a school exchange programme? So exciting. Where is she going?

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby MummyThreeStreams » Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:26 pm

Yikes! That's a lot of stuff! I'm amazed it's less than 30kgs! I'm sure she'll have an awesome time. 4 months will fly by!

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby daisyt » Sat Sep 03, 2011 11:31 pm

jtoh wrote:
daisyt wrote:Realise most girls would pack their favourite soft toy along. 4 months is very long but nowadays with facetime, msn video, cheap international calling card, still not so bad. DD is going for 5 weeks to winter country, her first time in cold weather. I am a bit worried.


daisyt, your dd's going on a school exchange programme? So exciting. Where is she going?


Its part of a subject learning programe, compulsory twice a year. This year end is beijng and xian.

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Re: Overseas Attachment - Packing List

Postby jtoh » Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:05 am

daisyt wrote:
jtoh wrote:
daisyt wrote:Realise most girls would pack their favourite soft toy along. 4 months is very long but nowadays with facetime, msn video, cheap international calling card, still not so bad. DD is going for 5 weeks to winter country, her first time in cold weather. I am a bit worried.


daisyt, your dd's going on a school exchange programme? So exciting. Where is she going?


Its part of a subject learning programe, compulsory twice a year. This year end is beijng and xian.


Beijing and Xian in Nov/Dec. It's going to be cold. Better pack heat packs and lots of warm clothing. Your dd must be very excited. :)

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