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    More often than not I leave them till the next day.. DF washes them once in a blue moon and after dinner all I wanna do is put my feet up! I should do them each night but I'm lazy..

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    I hate waking up to a dirty kitchen so everything is always done before bed

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    I'll usually do the dishes after dinner while DP puts DS to bed. If its late and I'm tiered I will load the dishwasher, rise the large stuff (pots, pans etc) and stack neatly to do them in the morning.

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    Yes, I can't stand waking up to a messy kitchen.

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    Yes unless I'm super tired but I do it right away the next morning in that case.

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    Without fail. I get edgy if there is mess in the kitchen. I'm also not a morning person so the thought of facing dishes first thing does not sit well!

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    Yes I do. I pop most things into dishwasher and then wash up other stuff.
    But occasionally will leave the odd plate or bowl from an evening snack.


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    Always! The girls play quietly after dinner so I do the dishes, clean the kitchen and sweep/mop everyday. I never have dishes sitting in the sink. I usually wash as I go.

    Ps. Have had a dishwasher for the last 18mths and have never ever used it.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Yep! I wash as I'm getting dinner ready so it doesn't take long.
    If there's a few glasses, I'll leave them til the morning.

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    I love my dishwasher, now I just stack it and turn it on once it's full (I do wipe down the benches and oven before bed though).
    I used to leave them till the next day, but I hated waking up to dirty dishes


 

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