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    Default Please tell me someone else is as lame as me

    Is there anyone else who is staying in tonight and will go to bed before midnight? Come be lame with me I have a baby to get up to at 4.30am and being pregnant am super tired. What's your excuse?

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    Oh pick me! I will more then likely be in bed by 10 (although will get DH to wake me just before midnight to see the fireworks lol). My excuse? I have a 4 year old and 18 month old to get up to, and morning sickness, tiredness and overall hormonal-ness makes for one very unpleasant mummy!


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    Hmmm good idea lil miss, maybe I will set an alarm to see the fireworks at midnight. Would definitely feel less lame then.

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    Yep, massive lame lady here! To be honest even if I wasn't pregnant and exhausted I would probably be in bed early

    DP and I have planned a bath and then bed. Wild!

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    Yeah, I'm lame. I'll putting these kids to bed when we get back from dinner at a friends and then crashing.

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    Yeap being lame here too. I have never been out for NYE as have always worked throughout the night or had to start at 6am with previously finishing the night before at 9pm or so.

    I could possibly be awake but i will.only be in bed on my phone so nothing exciting

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    No excuses to be made here - I've hosted NYE at our beach house the last 4 years thru two babies. This year - I'm not. We aren't telling the kids, putting them to bed at usual time and then probably watching the 'kids fireworks' at 9 with a bottle of champers an bed around 10-11.

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    I don't drink and I like to sleep. I will probably be semi-conscious around midnight tending to one of my two babies who wake up. But I won't be out celebrating.

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    I've got an almost 7 week old that likes to permafeed from about 4am onward, so I'll definitely be in bed before midnight. Hopefully after a well-timed glass of wine!

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    ohh pick me!! no excuse here, no kids, no pregnancies i just CBF tbh.

    we have basically gone into hiding this festive season. normally the house is full of rotating visitors from before xmas until the day before i go back to work. (well for the last 4yrs we have lived here).

    this year, we have told everyone we won't be doing anything. no visitors down here, no trips to mel to see anyone. (my sister has been down but thats about it).

    so what I am doing on my new yrs eve/ new years.. drum roll..

    im spring cleaning...

    About to start the laundry/walk in pantry thing, then kitchen cupboards. Tomorrow I will do spare room cupboards/laundry cupboards. Monday normal house clean. Tues - clean my car.

    Wed-Sun: RELAX!!! read, do some work for my spice business and enjoy having no visitors!!!!

    They say whatever mood you are in when it clicks over 12midnight will be the mood for the yr - I plan on make my mood relaxed, organised, peaceful!



 

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