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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Entertain my toddler. I am so envious of those who have 2 hours where both kids nap everyday! Oh the things I could achieve...
    This is why I'm being as lazy as possible whole I can be! 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessPud View Post
    My 4 month old twin boys are having 3 x 2hr sleeps during the day so I normally try to spend an hour doing house jobs and the other hour doing something fun (TV catch up, photography, scrapbooking etc)
    I just had to say, well done you!!! You get 6 hours a day, from twins! I don't think my singletons even did that at 4 months!

    I do dishes, laundry, tidy up toys, eat lunch, clean, have a cup of tea and play on my phone. Any or all of those things may be done, or I may just play on my phone the whole time.

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    Cleaning (laundry, kitchen, etc) sleep, watch tv lol

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    I normally try to do all the housework, cook dinner (or at least prep) and then rest aka chocolates, cup of tea & trashy tv

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    Default what do you do while your baby sleeps?

    Sit on my behind and play on my iPad. I spent a lot of years cultivating my behind. I like to put it to good use.

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    Have some 1 on 1 time with my toddler if she is home. If she is at daycare I either sleep/relax if its been a rough night, or do some form of housework.

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    I usually relax next to her or I go do some jobs or I shower and eat haha.


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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    I just had to say, well done you!!! You get 6 hours a day, from twins! I don't think my singletons even did that at 4 months!
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    Thanks!! It took a whole lot of hard work to get there but is worth it now.

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    Both my girls sleep at midday so I get 1.5-2hrs with them both asleep.

    Housework first 45-60min then chill out rest of the time. Once my 3yo wakes we do quiet play or cuddles till my 1yo wakes up.

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