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    I had a big night one night at 2 am I came up with the brilliant idea and made a jam sandwich, cheese sticks, crackers, yogurt and water bottle and put it in the Waco in the bedroom and set the tv to abc 2 an put the remote under my pillow. Bliss in the morning

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    Ok, here we go.

    The TV is on all day. Both boys know how to use it. We even installed screens in the car for the kids.

    I regularly jump out of weird spots and scare the sh!t out of my kids, but they do it back so it's all good.

    I enjoy smoking. It's a good way to get a 5 minute break as the boys know not to come near me.

    I haven't done the washing up since yesterday morning.

    I fake a headache to get out of the nighttime routine occasionally.

    Both boys take a drink bottle to bed. It has water though. They're 7 and 4.

    Ds2 drinks apple juice everyday. Ds1 has cordial everyday.

    Sometimes the only veggies they get are from the pasta sauce that says it has a certain amount in it.

    The kids have a bunk bed, have had it since last year even though ds1 was only 6.

    Df would ride around our old yard on his dirtbike with ds1 when he was 18 months old. And with ds2 when he was about 2 1/2. Only slowly. They love it. Ds1 has his own bike now.

    Both boys love to have a cup of tea.

    Last week, ds2 hopped in the bath first. When ds1 jumped in, ds2 threw a cup of what we thought was water on him. It was wee. I laughed. A lot.

    Ds2 goes to daycare 3 days a week. I'm a SAHM.

    When I visit my friend for the weekend (3 hour drive away, 2 night stay) I don't feel guilty.

    I sometimes top up the bathwater so either kid stays in longer.

    I make my kids wear a 'get along' tshirt when they p!ss me off due to their fighting.

    I might stop for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    Ok, here we go.

    The TV is on all day. Both boys know how to use it. We even installed screens in the car for the kids.

    I regularly jump out of weird spots and scare the sh!t out of my kids, but they do it back so it's all good.

    I enjoy smoking. It's a good way to get a 5 minute break as the boys know not to come near me.

    I haven't done the washing up since yesterday morning.

    I fake a headache to get out of the nighttime routine occasionally.

    Both boys take a drink bottle to bed. It has water though. They're 7 and 4.

    Ds2 drinks apple juice everyday. Ds1 has cordial everyday.

    Sometimes the only veggies they get are from the pasta sauce that says it has a certain amount in it.

    The kids have a bunk bed, have had it since last year even though ds1 was only 6.

    Df would ride around our old yard on his dirtbike with ds1 when he was 18 months old. And with ds2 when he was about 2 1/2. Only slowly. They love it. Ds1 has his own bike now.

    Both boys love to have a cup of tea.

    Last week, ds2 hopped in the bath first. When ds1 jumped in, ds2 threw a cup of what we thought was water on him. It was wee. I laughed. A lot.

    Ds2 goes to daycare 3 days a week. I'm a SAHM.

    When I visit my friend for the weekend (3 hour drive away, 2 night stay) I don't feel guilty.

    I sometimes top up the bathwater so either kid stays in longer.

    I make my kids wear a 'get along' tshirt when they p!ss me off due to their fighting.

    I might stop for now.

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    Hahahaha pee cup so funny! I would of laughed A LOT!!!

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    *If Ds says he is too tired to brush his teeth, I let him go straight to bed (I would make him the next night though)*He only brushes them at night (not on the morning because I forget or we're in a hurry) I feel bad about this one!)*Ds gets a treat every time we're at the shops (either a small car, kinder surprise etc)* The kids sometimes skip a bath* Occasionally when we are out Ds will drop food on the floor and pick it up and eat it. I say not to, but don't stop him.
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    I lurrrve drunk smoking! So naughty.

    Quote Originally Posted by risfaerie View Post
    I think we need to drunk smoke soon.

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    I think this may be the best thread I have ever read. I am laughing so hard at some of these replies!

    Take a bow FL - this is all down to you!

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    I drank & smoked until I was 10 weeks pregs with all 3 pregnancies. I have abnormal af so all 3 times I thought I was only 4 weeks along. I've been sober this time for 15 weeks! 15 to go!

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    OMG I'm so happy I'm not the only "perfect" mum out there.

    Tonight my kids had corn tube chips and arrowroot biscuits for dinner.

    There has been occasions where I may have said "Eat your piece of cake before you get anything else to eat.

    We have way way way too much processed food in the cupboard.

    When DS was younger (2 years) before going to bed of a night I would ensure the lounge room was set up for our early riser so that I could sleep longer, foxtel was on nick jr, a sippy cup of water was on the coffee table along with a container of sultanas and nutrigrain. He would wake up an take himself out there giving heavily pregnant mummy a little extra sleep.

    I bribe with sugary treats way too much.

    Oh the shame :-/

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    Oh goodness - re swearing.

    I swear, it is normal in this house for us to do it, but not the kids. Anyway- the other day my friends were visiting and my goddaughter who is 3 couldn't get on the chair, she got really frustrated and she said "I can't get on the f**ing chair". Her parents don't swear - and there was that awkward moment where we all realised that she had gotten it from me. So embarrassing.

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    Holy crap, so many good ideas coming from this thread! I wonder if I can glue Fireman Sam accessories to the bloody truck and firehouse I thought would be a great idea?

    * My son is currently asleep on the couch next to me for the second time this week!

    *I enjoy beer too much for a mother, evidenced when my son proclaimed "Here's your beer, mummy" when handing me my sparking mineral water which looks suspiciously like a beer bottle at our favourite bakery. Which we haven't been back to in weeks.

    * My son is 2.5 and says f'ing hell in context, generally every time I brake in the car. What is worse is I had been getting cranky at him for swearing a lot, turns out "Funky Owl" sounds remarkably similar.. oops!!

    * Every week after gymnastics we get garlic bread from Red Rooster for morning tea. When I ask my son what we do on Wednesdays he will reply "gymnastics and garlic bread"..

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