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    Listening to a storm and a cranky 22 month old fighting sleep

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    Sitting here feeling very early labour like but desperately don't want to go just yet.

    I NEED to wait until after Thursday (for the scan) well really, after Tuesday next week (for the results).

    So I'm telling bub to stay put a little longer.... I hope he listens...
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    Currently sitting with three kids in a camper trailer, listening to the distant rumble of thunder that was part of the storm that just hit us hard!!
    Bout to go out and slosh around the campsite as soon as they go to sleep.

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    try not to murder my homophobic racist uncle in law, as he makes stupid comments to a child of lesbians and a room of non-white people.
    id feel sorry for him if he wasnt so unpleasant

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    Lying in bed reluctantly listening to the sounds of Easter Fest and contemplating buying ear plugs for next year. The babies are all asleep after having me up at 3am, 4am, 5am and finally 6am. Lucky they're cute.

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    My sister and her fiance have just left, after spending the afternoon making easter eggs/fixing plumbing. I'm now sitting down while my partner makes dinner, and we'll probably watch a movie/play a board game or the like with & after dinner.

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    I went to bed as soon as DD did tonight and hoping to get a good sleep to fight off this evil cold I have 😔

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    Been cooking a roast since 1pm.. it took DH and DS about 10 minutes to devour it and then scatter. DH is up at 4:30am for work so he's just gone to bed. DS is on school holidays and is in his room chatting away on his phone to a friend. I'm sitting by myself (well, have the one of my cats beside me ) and answering your question on BH while eating a choccie bunny I'm aching from standing in the kitchen all day cooking and cleaning. I'd kill for a back rub
    There's nothing on TV tonight so will probably just sit here surfing the net for a couple hours. Fun fun fun!

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    Iterneting with the TV on mute. DS went to bed half an hour ago and DF is on night shift. Might go to bed and read my book for a bit. I had a nap when DS did today so not really tired...

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    Just watching family guy. Have heaps of things i could be doing though such as packing coop for the week for nanas house.

    Could also cook something for dinner as feeling rather hungry.

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