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    Oopps meant to say love her very much not lie her very much

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    I drink way too much wine.
    Lie about how many times I got up for the baby.
    Lie about how much something cost to DH.
    I read alot of BH but when I write a reply I cancel it because I think I sound stupid.

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    Sometimes when I cook a really good meal, I will DP heaps, but pick out all the meat and mushrooms for myself...

    My socks are the things of nightmares. I'll often wear the same pair for a week. Don't judge me!

    I yell at DP for not washing his hands after going to the bathroom, but in the middle of a cold night, I never wash my hands.

    Sometimes I will slam a door out of frustration and blame it on the wind/dog/small child.

    My nan always comments on how gross I am for putting sugar in my tea, so when I make hers I throw in a teaspoon. I overheard her telling her sister about how well I make tea the other week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickiw1978 View Post
    I hate my dp of 17 yrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickiw1978 View Post
    I hate my dp of 17 yrs

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    I thought of more...

    I lie about how much everything costs. If buy a dress for $80 I will round down to, say, $50.

    I love that baby apple tinned stuff, and always buy it for me but feel guilty that the people at the checkout might think I am still just feeding my 2-year-old tinned baby food.

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    I'm way too lazy to change our sheets often. Normally only every 3-4 weeks.
    I eat way too much junk food at work.
    At the end of the week when we're running low on money, I always tell DH I forgot what I had to spend it on, or that Petrol was really expensive this week.
    I Hate hate washing. Usually it sits on the line for a good 3 days before I take it off to dump in in the basket for it to never be folded.
    When I can't be bothered doing anything when I get home from work, I play on how tiring it is working 9 hrs a day and being pregnant.

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    I don't make my DD have a shower or bath every day.

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    Bloody hell, there's too many to list and so many that have been mentioned I *ahem*....... have NEVER thought to feel guilty about !!

    Some I can think of right now

    * I whinge I never get any sleep with my crapola sleeping children yet the two precious hours between 9-11pm that I usually get before all the waking re-begins I will spend on BH instead of blardy sleeping !!

    * I'm sometimes so tired I'll lay beside DD while DS is asleep , let her kick on the floor under her playgym while holding my hand and just close my eyes and rest . I just have nothing left sometimes once ds has decided to nap.

    * DS of late has been put in he's highchair with a fun size chocolate quite a few times now just so I can feed the baby without him screaming hysterically at my leg that he wants to climb up on my lap ( Omg shock horror , there's another bubhub thread right there about my disgusting parenting !!)

    * I drink waaaaay to many cans of coke a day

    * my house looks relatively clean amid the toys strewn everywhere but open my drawers and cupboards and you'll see im like a hoarder on one of those shows , they are shockingly cluttered with empty shampoo bottles, deodorant cans , you name it .....

    * I donate to RSPCA far more often than we can afford without telling DH , who is an animal lover but would not be happy considering we struggle on our one wage as it is

    * my kids stay in there pjs all day then wear them to bed again after their nightly bath , ALOT.

    * my kids ( eek, even the baby !!) watch tv these days ALOT. Thank you Disney Junior.. Can't wait for the weather to improve so we can get out and about more without me having to worry about ds's non stop croup and asthma being worsened by the cold rain or wind :-(

    * I like the smell of Dd's poo. Everyone else says it's the most revolting baby poo they've smelt ( and they all have their own children !) but I like it strangely ....

    * I go to the toilet about ten times in the evening once DH is home just so I can get some peace while DS and DD bug him . I'm sure he thinks I have bladder problems .

    * I shower a couple of times a day for peace , as DD will sit in the pram mesmerized by the water and ds will play under the water happily , without whingeing ONCE !!

    *My son is still obsessed with he's bottle and dummy and the bottle solves most tantrums . He's little piranha teeth also quite regularly bite the teat off leaving me having to rush to the chemist for new teats.

    * he still eats 4 month + puree baby fruit , it's the only way to get any fruit into him. And yep, he's spoonfed it!!!

    Mother of the year I am NOT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumMum View Post
    Naww benji, You stay up until midnight doing laundry?! Although when I was working I did often find I would easily be up with dp until 11 tidying the kitchen, dishes, getting ready for tomorrow etc. So I can see how it happens. if we didn't get home from work til 6 then nothing would EVER get done unless we did it late at night.
    If that's what it takes - yup Last night after reading this thread I decided to give myself a "night off" which still entailed putting away laundry, cleaning the filthy oven, then cleaning the bath after leaving the oven trays soaking in them, and then staying up until after 9 pm doing our grocery shopping online. Then I got up at the crack of dawn to put away dishes, turn the dishwasher on, make beds, get ready for work. It's a never-ending cycle that I don't know how to stop - I know if I give myself one "night off" it means twice as much work the next day.

    I'm pretty lucky my DP is understanding and I don't have to fib to him to earn a break I really feel for some of you Last night I just told him I have AF and am not feeling the best - he cooked the majority of dinner, cleaned up after and packed DS' lunch this morning. And bought me chocolate

    Just thought of one guilty secret - in Winter it is just about impossible to find anywhere to hang the sheets so often I will only wash the sheets once a month during the cold season


 

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