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We wish we lived in a TARDIS

11th December 2008 • Dave
Due to difficulties in the property market, Emma and I are still in my flat and won’t be moving now until after the baby is born in 2009. This means that in this one bedroom flat we’re almost swallowed up by a huge mountain of baby stuff including: clothes, nappies, Moses basket, push chair, car seat, and who nose what else!  Seriously, there’s hardly any room for a xmas turkey and beer!
Emma and I really truely appreciate everyone’s generosity and support.  Thank you so much! But we simply have no more space to put everything at the moment.  So we’re asking people to please please hold off sending baby gear for the time being.
If you want to help, Mothercare vouchers, a contribution to the child trust fund, offers of baby sitting, are all very welcome. 
Thank you.
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3rd December 2008 • Dave

Rod Liddle, in The Sunday Times "An exquisitely middle-class, middle-aged
domestic situation comedy set in north London – maybe Crouch End or Tufnell
Park – and starring one of those bloody stand-up comics who now festoons
every network, it really should be hated before it is even seen. Start
liking this sort of programme and you are an ace away from enjoying Terry
and June and having a house that smells faintly of weak tea, Murray Mints
and urine. So, maybe it's just me, but Outnumbered is very funny indeed:
despite its current bout of self-flagellation, the BBC still
knows how to make people laugh."

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