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    Usually a mix of most things already mentioned, but most of all I like to relax, surf the net, watch a movie, and go to the loo in peace!!

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    work. The only time I don't have 3 kids attached to me is when I'm at work.
    If I were to take a day off work it would be because one were sick so we'd stay home and watch movies together probably.
    If I were to take a day off work while they were all at kindy, I'd probably go to a movie or something. I wouldn't socialise, I'd enjoy a rare moment by myself.

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    Hmmm I never have free time "just because" - usually it's because I have an appointment or need to go somewhere that isn't child friendly. But if I did have someone begging to look after my daughter for the day, I would get a neck, back shoulder and head massage, followed by a deluxe pedi, followed by lunch with my bestie (just so happens that someone begged to have her daughter this day too), then maybe see a movie.

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    Study/assignments

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    I go shopping, being able to try on clothes without a toddler running around is pure bliss!

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    I have one every week. I go shopping, get my nails done, read a book, meet friends for coffee/lunch or just lounge around at home in a nice quiet house.

    eta- I'm having one today

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    What a sad case I am - I usually try to use it at home doing a big job that I've been avoiding so I don't have to do it with a "helper" around, like have a clothes sort/chuck out, sort out junk room / messy cupboards, sort and file paperwork that I've neglected. I can't handle doing these things with my young fella around trying to help (ie, touching and moving everything).

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    Nap

    I try to sneak most of the things mentioned on the one uni day where DD is at my mom's and I don't have to worry about picking her up on time.

    Although im now having 3 kid free months :-) good to relax and not be on the clock 24/7

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    What I wouldn't give for a kid free day right now. Ds has decided that 45 minutes is enough sleep to have during the day but then proceeds to be a terror from the time he wakes up until daddy walks in the door at 6pm.

    Arrggghhhh!

    What I would do is get a massage and facial (got a voucher for valentines day, still haven't been able to use it) then go to the Movies and pig out on popcorn, maltesers and frozen coke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullduggery View Post
    What a sad case I am - I usually try to use it at home doing a big job that I've been avoiding so I don't have to do it with a "helper" around, like have a clothes sort/chuck out, sort out junk room / messy cupboards, sort and file paperwork that I've neglected. I can't handle doing these things with my young fella around trying to help (ie, touching and moving everything).
    This !


 

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