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    Ohh, just to add to my credentials in case anyone wants to nominate me for mother of the year.. I found out I was UTD at 21 weeks. I has been drinking to excess an average of four nights a week and smoking pot nightly up until that point. I thought I was getting fat and attributed the two mornings I had vomited to drinking too much the night before.

    I quit smoking as soon as I found out I was preggers.. but since DS weaned I am another who enjoys the drunken smoke way too much!

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    Hmmm where to start haha

    My girls watch playschool and mr maker a lot!!


    Sometime when I can't be assed they have eggs / baked beans for dinner.


    I let them have chocolate / junk occasionally


    I bribe with chocolate


    I lie to them ie noooo hunny you can't eat this chocolate as its an adult choc and gas alcohol - just to get it all to myself!!!


    I do enjoy wine!!!! Hence the name!


    Sometimes I pull our spare mattress out to the lounge and we snuggle and watch tv and chill most of the day!


    And we stay in our pjs if we don't have anywhere to go haha

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    My 3 year old is asleep against me on the couch and my 2 year old is still up since I let her nap too late for the peace. It's 9pm.

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    I tell my boys the ice-cream truck has run out of ice cream when the music is playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I tell my boys the ice-cream truck has run out of ice cream when the music is playing.
    My boys wouldn't even.know what ice cream truck music sounds like as one doesn't come around here. But if one ever does I'm using this!

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    Meh
    My kids eat maccas at least once a week..
    Tv is on all the time
    They don't have baths everyday (it's freezing here)
    I don't make stuff from scratch
    My house is a mess 90% of the time
    Sometimes my 10 year watches the younger 2 while I sleep
    I often tell my mum/mil I finish work an hour later than I do so I can have a drink and put 10 bucks in the pokies
    Up until a week ago I co slept with my 2 year old and my 4 year old went to bed every night with a movie on..
    My daughter has had a few more mental health days off from school then I like to admit..mainly because dd3 is a terrible sleeper so I take what I can get even if it means not setting an alarm. .

    Oh geez my poor kids...mother of the year right here


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    My 3 year old gets up by herself each morning, at around 7am and watches tv until I get up at around 8am.

    When I go to the gym, I put the kids in the creche, then workout. Before collecting the kids, I spend about half an hour getting a coffee and reading the paper in the cafe at the gym, all by myself.

    I don't let my daughter wear her dress up clothes in public as I find it embarrassing.

    My 4 month old has already had 3 sleepovers at my mums so my husband and I could attend social events.

    My daughter had baked beans for dinner tonight.

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    I know im a average parent when I read this thread thinking " hm im gonna give that a try, what a great idea" etc

    Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    When I go to the gym, I put the kids in the creche, then workout. Before collecting the kids, I spend about half an hour getting a coffee and reading the paper in the cafe at the gym, all by myself.
    I leave the kids in the creche and take long luxurious showers without an audience.

    Recently on a particularly bad morning, when the kids were driving me mental, I put them in the creche, bludged on the treadie for 30 mins, had a shower, and sat in the cafe area and read my book for an hour. I was kind of like exercise!

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    I've got more to add..

    When dd is fussing on the boob and giving me nip lash I call her names. Dh thinks I'm mean lol

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