Well I used to be when I was at school, 3 out of 5 days. Half the time the bus didn't pick us up (last stop on the route) and my home room teacher was a big cow so felt I didn't really miss much as long as I made it to first period in time
I'm now usually on time, but DH drives me up the frickin wall about how EARLY he needs to be to events!! One time he was hassling me out the door, so I did my usual "you're p***ing me off, go slow" routine (very mature, I know!!) but we were still so early to the concert the doors hadn't even opened anyway, grrrr!!!
I was late 10 mins to mothers group last week as DS (12 weeks) was finally having a sleep and I've spent so long trying to get him to have naps during the day that I just couldn't wake him up and I knew he was about to wake soon anyway. When he woke up, quickly changed his nappy and then ran out the door and fed him there. Would that annoy people? :/
Well I'll be the odd one out... Pretty much always! I always have my head in the clouds and tend to putter around... I get very distracted on a constant basis and it's hard for me to keep on track. I'm usually late because I can't find my keys or have forgotten where I put my phone down! DF is always punctual and is always the one telling me he'll leave without me if I don't hurry up it's amazing my head hasn't fallen off yet.
I was once late because DD1 hid my car keys in her Barbie car... It's not somewhere I would think I'd have to look for my keys!
Before having children, no. After having children, yes. I am always frantically running around trying to remember all the stuff we need to take on an outing & no doubt ds will spew or poo before we are about to leave...
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