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    The only things I've ever ironed in my life have been: my school shirts and skirt and DPs work shirts.

    I've never ironed for a baby and probably never will....MIL can do it!

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    Yes, I iron all the baby and kids clothes as I can't stand to see wrinkled clothes on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&MrMagoo View Post
    I don't iron. I refuse to by clothes that need ironing, for my children or myself.
    This.

    I don't iron except for very special occasions. None of my work stuff needs ironing. Hubby wears proper business shirts to work everyday that always require ironing, and he takes care of his own clothes.

    My DS's clothes may look a little crushed or wrinkled but who the heck cares. He's 2 years old and after he's been in it for a hour it's usually got jam, mud, and playdough mushed all over it anyway!

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    I iron clothes that need it ie cotton dresses, fancy clothes for DD etc but not play clothes. Same goes for DH and myself - iron stuff that needs it.

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    Ugh I hate ironing. I avoid it unless it's a special occasion!

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    I iron everything except for jocks, socks and singlets - they just get folded flat and put away. I always do the kids clothes before DP's and then mine.

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    Urgh I hate ironing but I will do the kids stuff if they are majorly crinkly

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    I don't even iron my own outfits! We iron bub's stuff only if he's got a casting call...

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    I have ironed the first lot of clothes, but I doubt I will be ironing unless I need to when bubs is here.

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    I dont iron anything of the kids unless if its a special occasion. So rarely


 

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