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    Default The Not Bacon Fence (This is a *serious* discussion!) 7.1

    Ah our gym was the same!!!
    DS spent most of his first six months playing with it!!!

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    Default Re: The Not Bacon Fence (This is a *serious* discussion!) 7.1

    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    yep that is a nap here too...

    Ds is playing with his gym but wants me to play too..... come on kid I need to get some stuff done.
    I must admit to loving his gym as you can change the toys to anyone with the ring style attachment thingy..
    Ds had 2, a fisher price one & this bright starts frog one.
    The frog was amazing, it came with the gym, velcro on musical frog and a crocodile carry toy for $40 or something.

    Ds still plays with the velcro frog, it also has loops to change the toys etc and the bars clip of so you can wash the mat (handy for poop explosions).

    I still have all of dss baby stuff lol

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    Default The Not Bacon Fence (This is a *serious* discussion!) 7.1

    I've got to get all of ds's baby stuff out of storage boxes and wash it for this one!!!
    Ersh!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Don't you hate it when you go to the washing machine and find a load in there that you forgot about yesterday.
    I do this ALL the time!! I'm so forgetful
    Also how many loads of washing so you ladies do a week? I think I have five to do today -_- no wonder our energy bill is so high
    *sorry for the thread crash*

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRR1006 View Post
    I do this ALL the time!! I'm so forgetful
    Also how many loads of washing so you ladies do a week? I think I have five to do today -_- no wonder our energy bill is so high
    *sorry for the thread crash*
    I wash the clothes once a day. What I hate more than forgetting about a load in the washing machine is when I think I feel in the washing machine and check the clothes are wet to see if I've washed them and grab something wet so throw it all in the dryer only to discover that the wet item was just the bathroom floor mat and I've dryed a whole pile of dirty clothes.

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    [QUOTE=MRR1006;6794026]
    Also how many loads of washing so you ladies do a week? [QUOTE]

    I do any where from 18 to 26 a week.
    I only have a small machine ATM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby star View Post
    Ds had 2, a fisher price one & this bright starts frog one.
    The frog was amazing, it came with the gym, velcro on musical frog and a crocodile carry toy for $40 or something.

    Ds still plays with the velcro frog, it also has loops to change the toys etc and the bars clip of so you can wash the mat (handy for poop explosions).

    I still have all of dss baby stuff lol

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    Sounds cool.

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    Default Re: The Not Bacon Fence (This is a *serious* discussion!) 7.1

    [QUOTE=anewme;6794062][QUOTE=MRR1006;6794026]
    Also how many loads of washing so you ladies do a week?

    I do any where from 18 to 26 a week.
    I only have a small machine ATM.
    Holy hey zeus! You my dear, need a bigger machine!

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    Default The Not Bacon Fence (This is a *serious* discussion!) 7.1

    Quote Originally Posted by MRR1006 View Post
    I do this ALL the time!! I'm so forgetful
    Also how many loads of washing so you ladies do a week? I think I have five to do today -_- no wonder our energy bill is so high
    *sorry for the thread crash*
    I do at least ten. Most weeks I wash our couch covers so they take a few loads in and of themselves.

    And our clothes seem to breed in the laundry basket.

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    I do 3-4 loads of washing a day. Then there are the days I have towels, nappies and sheets.

    I spend A LOT of time washing.

    which reminds me... I should go take it off the line... all 3 baskets full. (not including the basket of nappies I still need to fold)


 

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