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best worst What were your best and worst moments this week?

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Happy Friday! It’s finally here, and in keeping with Mamamia tradition, it’s time to reflect on your week – the good, the bad and the in between.There are no “rules” just join in and tell us about your highs and lows. Remember no issue is too small or too big. Sit back, unload and let’s get the weekend started.

If you want a chance to host best and worst, email info@mamamia.com.au with your full name, headshot and a short bio (include any links to your blog/Twitter etc), and we’ll take it from there.

Introducing Susannah. She writes:

Best: My six-month-old baby sprouted his first two teeth! I’m so proud of my little man that I’ve been letting him bite my finger just because he can. Bad idea? I know, but it’s worth it for all the otherwise-toothless smiles.

The welcome pack for the child I’ve sponsored arrived. He too is a gorgeous little boy and my heart goes out to him and his family in Africa. I really hope that sponsorship will make a positive difference in their lives.

And as for me . . . my hair went from shoulder-length boringness to short, cropped edginess and it’s turned out better than I ever imagined. As a new parent it’s my change in lieu of a holiday.

Worst: Those teeth continue to announce their arrival by waking the whole household every two hours, 9pm to 5am. Very, very painful for everyone involved. I just have to remind myself that it won’t last forever, and keep smiling.

OMM (On my mind): Life should be a balance of hard work and good fortune. I wish everyone a little less of the former (after all, it is Friday!) and a lot more of the latter.

Susannah is a 29-year-old new mum, constantly seeking a meaningful existence in the big bad world of advertising. She doesn’t blog and barely tweets, if she did there would be no time to read everyone else’s.

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