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  1. Mamaworld

    Arriving July with kids help please

    Hi everyone thanks for reading. I’m moving to Sorrento, Duncraig area early July with 4 kids (12,11,8,2). My oldest daughter is not keen on the move and worried she will have no friends and sad to leave her friends here behind. I am wondering if anyone else with similar aged kids are heading out or already there that could help her make the move. I’m hoping to place them in Duncraig High and younger kids in either Sorrento Primary or Duncraig. Any advice help much appreciated. Thanks
  2. Price 50$ Selling Steel craft pram with reverse handle in very good and neat condition. Need to be gone asap as we are relocating. Thankyou. Acclaim Reverse Handle stroller allows you to either face, bonding with your baby, or lets your baby enjoy the same view as you whilst strolling. FULL SPECIFICATIONS Suitability: From Birth to 17kgs Product Weight: 9 kg (approx.) Folded Dimensions: L91 x W55 x H34cm (approx.) ACCESSORIES Includes Mesh, Storm and Boot Cover to provide comfort for use in all seasons. Pickup east perth.
  3. Sarahb48

    Cant wait

    Wow I have my flights booked for the 29th November and rather looking forward to starting my new life in Perth. However I am kinda of nervous moving out without knowing anyone especially as I have 2 kids, a 5 year old and a 6 month old. Any help and tips would be great. Hopefully i will meet a few off you on here Xx
  4. Hi All, Just moved to Aveley with my wife and 2 kids a 3.5yo boy and 4mo baby girl. After extensive house searching we chose Aveley as both the estate and local facilities ticked all the boxes other than the commute to work (CDB). We moved in 1 month ago and love the area just need to find some local friends. I am originally for Scotland in my 40's my wife is Korean in her 30's. One kid born in Spain the other in Australia (yes we travel a lot). We'd like to get in touch with any families in the areas with young children for a bit of socialising and friendship. Note the wife not working so available for a coffee most days. Would be great to hear from anyone with similar circumstances. Thanks Gary
  5. We have been a longtime user of Perthpoms but never ventured in to the world of posting. The time is right now as we only have just over a week to go. Allow me to introduce us, there is me (Luke - Marketing), my lovely wife Holly (an Accountant) and our 2 boys Charlie and Noah (6 & 3) and we are from Stratford upon Avon. We are arriving to start a new chapter in Perth and fortunately Holly has recently secured a job and I've had a 2nd stage interview (just waiting to hear, i'll keep you posted...). We are now just finalising everything, clearing out the loft and shed, jet washing everything, canceling contracts and most importantly (and the most difficult) saying our goodbyes to friends and families!! Spending the time exchanging Skype names and email addresses and getting a few final pictures that will keep us company. We are starting life in a holiday let in Quinns Rocks but will be looking for a longer term rental closer to the city which we'll need to search for when we get there - still not sure on areas but my job will play a factor in where we live. I would ask for guidance on where but it is such a personal thing?! I do have a question to throw out there - Insuring our goods in transit - how accurate should we be - I know it is peace of mind that should the worst happen we'll be covered but it seems so expensive!! Ours is coming out at over £700 and that's at 2.5%ish! Anyway must go as I've still got a list of jobs to work through (did find time earlier though to watch the England game). Good luck to all those currently going through the emigration process stick at it as i'm sure it will be worth it in the end...and we are almost at the end...time to start the new beginning...
  6. brideycollette

    School term dates

    Thought this may help people with children http://www.det.wa.edu.au/education/termdates/ Brides x