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    Yep, I'm choosing sleep over any celebrations tonight. Will probably be up with my 7 week old half the night anyway!

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    Another one here! DH is going out to see friends and that's the LAST thing I want to do, especially the kind he's seeing, lots of hugs and chats, no thanks, p!ss of please! Pregnant and grumpy so just me and the dog tonight :-D couldn't be happier!

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    I want to do something, but DF is working so I'm staying home to look after the kids. Riveting.
    I'll probably be awake still though. Probably posting on BH.

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    Hmm....... I WISH I were doing something more exciting.. But the truth is, I will probably be asleep by 9pm...

    Not from lack of trying to stay awake.... But these days.... Zzzzzzz pregnancy has turned me into this crazy, hibernating, moody mumma to be.

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    DH is working away, he said they will be having a bbq and a few beers. I have told him to phone at midnight to wake me up!

    I am shattered, baby bump has not been letting me sleep well recently and last night was the worst! I was up ever few hours. I hope to watch the 9 pm fireworks and if I get up in time watch the midnight ones!

    Then new years day I intend to do a bit of a clean, start as you mean to go on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    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!

    Oh no -I will be sleeping thru 2012 then!

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    Well I have the excuse of a teething non- sleeping baby here.
    But honestly I am truly just lame!

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    Another lame dame here. DS wakes up about 6 and I'm 28 weeks, so partying is so not on my agenda! DH is tired as well, so we will probably be in bed before midnight. Or asleep on the couch!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    Oh no -I will be sleeping thru 2012 then!
    or relaxed and recharged?

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    no excuse

    NYE is overrated


 

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