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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    If DP is due home from work and I haven't done much..

    Pots/pans go in the oven till later

    Use a damp swivel mop (one of those flat things that sweep and dry mop your floors) only on the really dirty parts of the floor

    Oh was there a lolly wrapper next to the chair? Nope don't see it. I didn't have any lollies today *slide wrapper under chair with my foot before he has another look*

    Spray the house with Febreeze so the house smells like I did a few loads of washing

    If dd2 has had a messy lunch and spilled it all over the floor, which is everyday, I let our automatic vacuum cleaner(the dog) in to sweep and mop(inhale the food and lick the floor clean). the floor gets cleaned properly at the end of each day anyway. DP is a bit ocd and does it himself anyway before going to bed.

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    I dutch oven DP while he is asleep a few times a night and then when he awakes I tell him that he snored and farted and kept me up most of the night!

    I know its bad, but I find so much enjoyment doing it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElastiGirl View Post
    I dutch oven DP while he is asleep a few times a night and then when he awakes I tell him that he snored and farted and kept me up most of the night!

    I know its bad, but I find so much enjoyment doing it....
    I just spat noodles... Everywhere.. And then nearly threw up from laughing so hard.
    Well done.

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    I am not an attentive reader to my child.
    He runs around in a nappy most days.
    Some days I prefer to watch tv than play with him.
    I don't fold my washing. I shove it in the cupboard and hope for the best.

    I am a lousy housewife. I couldn't clean the house properly to save myself BUT I admit I would judge quite roundly about neglect. It's one thing to sleep in or let your child watch TV etc but unwashed dummies and bottles, forgetting to feed the child, leaving nappies on too long, allowing the dog to lick (watched a friend's young son suffer horribly with impetigo after being licked by an animal..not a good experience) are things I admit I would be quick to kick yer backside over.

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    I'm not sure whether the dog lick comment was refering to me, if it was, I certainly didn't allow it. It happened before I could push the dog away. I just wasn't going to run around freaking out over it. The dummy thing is gross yes, but my som has used them maybe three times (he hates them).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I had aurora on my short list. I wish df had have liked it.... I like it better than what we named her. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mousky View Post
    I'm not sure whether the dog lick comment was refering to me, if it was, I certainly didn't allow it. It happened before I could push the dog away. I just wasn't going to run around freaking out over it. The dummy thing is gross yes, but my som has used them maybe three times (he hates them).
    You don't need to explain yourself

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    Oh yes, thanks to BH I am totally paranoid on the school runs!! Is there a mummy mafia hiding and watching me walk in wearing my track pants or my yoga gear if on way to a class, and assuming I have low self esteem because I don't care about my looks? Or stalking me when I'm wearing my office wear, assuming I got dressed up to impress and have no life other than dressing up? I honestly never realised the politics of the school run attire until I joined here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy wanderer View Post
    I am not an attentive reader to my child.
    He runs around in a nappy most days.
    Some days I prefer to watch tv than play with him.
    I don't fold my washing. I shove it in the cupboard and hope for the best.

    I am a lousy housewife. I couldn't clean the house properly to save myself BUT I admit I would judge quite roundly about neglect. It's one thing to sleep in or let your child watch TV etc but unwashed dummies and bottles, forgetting to feed the child, leaving nappies on too long, allowing the dog to lick (watched a friend's young son suffer horribly with impetigo after being licked by an animal..not a good experience) are things I admit I would be quick to kick yer backside over.
    Please don't make comments on this thread about things you judge. It's not fair on those that posted thinking they wouldn't receive any backlash.

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    Alright: here goes
    I co-sleep as much for my benefit as DD's
    I have two daughters with different bio dads
    I have a glass of wine most nights
    I will bf DD after a glass of wine if she wakes for a feed
    I hate school readers, they are dull. I tell my eldest to read hers to her friend on the bus
    I don't mop, vacuum, clean bathroom every day, sometimes not even every week.
    I don't like other people's children very much
    I leave the baby in the car when I get petrol

    I sure I'll think of some more soon.
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