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    Default What do you do on a kid-free day?

    I have a kid-free day which NEVER happens! My bub is with my mum for the entire day and I woke up wanting to cram EVERYTHING into all the hours I have just for myself LOL!

    What do you do when you have a day off (or wish you could do if you had a day off?

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    I go to the movies

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    Video Games! VIDEO GAMES... and um.. maybe clean something. After Video games.

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    I never have them anymore but when I did I would take myself to the movies and then have lunch somewhere a bit grown up - ie a restaurant that didn't have a kids' menu!! Maybe a glass of wine and then a window shop.

    Aaah memories....

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    Never happens. But I would jam in two classes of yoga and maybe a massage!

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    Kid free day?! What is this amazing thing you speak of?
    I'm rather jealous!. I love my family but I would adore a day to myself to sew and do some crafts as well as just lounge about at my own pace, enjoy eating lunch out somewhere really slowly and with two available hands and not a half eaten banana in sight!! Ugh. Bliss.

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    Ignore all the cleaning and washing that needs doing and go out to lunch or brekky with friends. If I cant be bothered going out then a pajama day, snacks and movies.

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    Meet a friend for brunch, shop, hair dressers, massage, lunch with friends. Bliss!

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    I don't have them and have no idea what I would do if I did.

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    The only kid free days I have had is when I have a hospital appointment or ultrasound so that's what I do

    But if I had a real kid free day I would go shopping (window shopping if we had no money), lunch and maybe a movie or go home and nap lol


 

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