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      09-26-2018, 02:33 PM   #705
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I'm not even sure, I think this one. But I'm tired, so who knows. My youngest decided to cough his lungs out so much so he was throwing up from 11:30pm to 1:30am last night / morning and then my oldest decided to wake us up at 5am.
There it is. You need a nap.
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      09-26-2018, 02:56 PM   #706
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I'm not even sure, I think this one. But I'm tired, so who knows. My youngest decided to cough his lungs out so much so he was throwing up from 11:30pm to 1:30am last night / morning and then my oldest decided to wake us up at 5am.
My 2 year old refuses to wake later than 530. No matter how late he goes down he is up at 530am ready to party and I am a 7am waker upperer ... earliest.

not good.
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      09-26-2018, 03:18 PM   #707
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My 2 year old refuses to wake later than 530. No matter how late he goes down he is up at 530am ready to party and I am a 7am waker upperer ... earliest.

not good.
Yeah, my almost 4 yr old is a champ sleeper, he'll sleep through anything (or at least falls back to sleep easily without usually needing us) and usually wakes up around 7am. Today was a one off for him - that happens maybe once every month or two.

But the youngest at 15 months is all over the place. Just not the same as his brother at all, always moaning in his sleep, etc, so really disturbed sleep and then usually wakes up around 6am and coos for 15 min and then goes back to sleep till 7. But sometimes, it is earlier than 6am. Sometimes I'm certain he comes equipped with radar, because I can be as silent as a ninja using the bathroom at 5:30/6 and it doesn't matter - without fail he will wake up. But if I don't (and I've experimented), he won't wake up.

And I'm talking ninja like silence - the bathroom shares a wall with his bedroom, but that's it. Have no idea how he manages to hear me each. fricking. time.
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      09-26-2018, 03:23 PM   #708
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bet the wife is happy with you waking him.
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      09-26-2018, 03:35 PM   #709
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bet the wife is happy with you waking him.
He usually waits till I'm just heading back to the bed, and because I'm serious about being like a ninja, I'm back under the covers without her knowing why he's waking up or that I ever left the bed.

So for her, it's just a constant mystery. And I'm not about to enlighten her.

We just leave him in the crib in the other room and mute the monitor and go back to sleep. We're like model parents.
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      09-26-2018, 04:21 PM   #710
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I'm not even sure, I think this one. But I'm tired, so who knows. My youngest decided to cough his lungs out so much so he was throwing up from 11:30pm to 1:30am last night / morning and then my oldest decided to wake us up at 5am.
There it is. You need a nap.
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      09-26-2018, 08:36 PM   #711
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While I can't speak for Sixer, *I* just might be able to get past any dangling appendages for the right squire.

Years ago I was a squire in KofC, if that helps any.
Can someone enlighten a foreigner as to the local meaning of squire? I'm a little lost as to the reference here.
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Can someone enlighten a foreigner as to the local meaning of squire? I'm a little lost as to the reference here.
Squire was generally a reference to a powerful / influential landowner, which likely (I think) would have serfs/ peasants working his land. There is no real use of the term in current day.

Now back to work peasant.
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Squire was generally a reference to a powerful / influential landowner, which likely (I think) would have serfs/ peasants working his land. There is no real use of the term in current day.

Now back to work peasant.


That I'm familiar with - couldn't quite work out the "squireship" referenced above.
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      09-27-2018, 08:47 AM   #714
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Squire was generally a reference to a powerful / influential landowner, which likely (I think) would have serfs/ peasants working his land. There is no real use of the term in current day.

Now back to work peasant.


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That I'm familiar with - couldn't quite work out the "squireship" referenced above.
Squire as in a man of high social standing and squireship as in a membership of being a squire, which in this sense essentially is just a title of a member of a group.
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Squire as in a man of high social standing and squireship as in a membership of being a squire, which in this sense essentially is just a title of a member of a group.
Ah - ok - that makes more sense (the member of a group bit).
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Ah - ok - that makes more sense (the member of a group bit).
Where are you from? Guessing UK?
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Ah - ok - that makes more sense (the member of a group bit).
Where are you from? Guessing UK?
More importantly, if you're indeed from the UK, do you put M badges on your car(s)?
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More importantly, if you're indeed from the UK, do you put M badges on your car(s)?
Holy shit! Cross-thread-reference zinger!

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Can someone enlighten a foreigner as to the local meaning of squire? I'm a little lost as to the reference here.
In context, it was short-hand for having access the upper crust/distillery in Lynchburg, TN.

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Where are you from? Guessing UK?
I'm guessing I should have made my username more obvious like dino-NZ
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More importantly, if you're indeed from the UK, do you put M badges on your car(s)?
I don't - it came with more than enough already
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I'm guessing I should have made my username more obvious like dino-NZ
Gotcha. I have a few friends from the UK and they use squire from time to time when addressing each other is why I asked.
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Am I the only one who thought it was Esquire? With an E? Or do they mean different things?
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Am I the only one who thought it was Esquire? With an E? Or do they mean different things?
Esquire is typically a surname to a lawyer. Squire is a man of high social standing.

Historically they are similar in meaning of a young man entering knighthood.

Essentially the same historically speaking but in today's society they have different meanings.
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