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    1. Have a baby (unless he decides to make his entrance in the next 2 days!).

    2. Enjoy my 12 months maternity leave and be the best mum I can to our son.

    3. Take a family holiday.

    4. Spend more time with family and friends.

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    2012 is going to be a busy year for us!

    -Finish studies
    -Buy 2nd car
    -Build savings
    -Move house
    -Lose remaining baby weight then tone
    -get engaged, possibly pregnant
    -Family "snow" holiday

    So much more... DP is also going into Police academy and entering his first ABT comp, so we will need to try save for a tournament boat aswell.

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    Great thread!! We aren't too sure - we don't like to make definant plans and are open to anything but roughly

    ME:
    1. Get healthier (hopefully lose 20kgs!)
    2. Spring clean house - laundry, kitchen, spare bedrooms cupboards, study, bathroom cupboards.
    3. Relaunch by retail food business (new packaging, get website up, start selling in stores)
    4. Always TTC, but who knows about that one?
    5. Be happy and appreciate every moment
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    1. Finish kitchen reno
    2. Finish awnings on house
    3. Build chicken coop/run
    4. A million other projects he probably has planned
    US
    1. Get DHs market stall set up and running
    2. Plan our retail business and get finance
    3. Open business by Sep/Oct.

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    Im too excited about this bubba to care much about making plans

    Guess the biggest things would be to see DS through his first year of HS...with puberty starting to hinder matters with his ADHD (unmedicated-my choice), its going to be tough!

    Work out how to get both kids to different schools with a newborn :0

    Continue supporting my kiddies through their social calendars with a smile.


    Continue to enjoy my crazy, overly generous, gorgeous DH.

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    Lose 15kg.
    Move into a house with a big backyard so I can get a dog =)
    FX for us to announce a pregnancy in 2012.
    Save all my annual leave for next xmas so I can spend it with my family.
    Finish 2nd year of uni.
    I want to grow a tiny Vegie garden too.
    20k savings in 6months for a new car

    I don't really have that much 'stuff' I want to do, I would rather just exist lol

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    Have a baby.
    Freak out because I've forgotten what you do with babies. Letalone girl babies!
    Try not to kill DH as he has to go away for work twice in the month before I am due, which I'm not happy about, but we have no control over it.
    Keep enjoying watching DS grow and start doing that with his little sister when she arrives.
    Keep up with the speech therapy to get DS talking more.
    Hopefully save some $$ and go on a family holiday somewhere.
    Make sure that even though we will have a new baby in the house, that I still get to spend special one-on-one time with DS every day.
    Hopefully my "pregnant nose" will go away and DH won't smell gross and metallic to me anymore. That would be really nice.
    Hopefully get my libido back as it has disappeared with this pregnancy.

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    Lose some weight
    Decide whether to return to work/study/have baby #3
    NOT move again
    See my youngest DD settle into big school
    Be a soccer mum
    Take a family vacay.....hopefully fiji

    Be happy

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    Get ready for ds first day at pre prep

    Try not to fall to piece's when dd leaves

    Get ready for bub arrival

    Enjoy the 2 days a week for those 3 months when I will be child free for the first time 18 years

    Rearrange the shed to fit said bub

    Finish the plastering and start work on the plumbing and tiling, if we are doing well then start the electrical on the big house


    I think that enough for now....

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    Lose weight want to lose 10kg

    Pay off my debts about 6grand 😥

    Start saving to do overseas trip want about 5 grand for me and daughter!!!
    I can't wait

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    be pregnant
    have a baby (August)
    look after newborn baby.

    that's enough, isn't it



    ok, also train up my assistant at work so he is confident to take over once I'm on mat leave

    go to Tassie for best friend's wedding in April

    learn to drive

    once bub is born get back into running


 

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