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    Eep!! DF has just come home to tell me next week I have an afternoon to myself. He's coming home early from work and taking over kid rangling and bringing home dinner.
    I'm under strict instructions not to clean, wash or iron a thing. Omg now I really don't know what to do.
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    I'm overwhelmed with choice I'm afraid I will waste it but trying to cramp too much in.

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    I haven't had a whole kid-free day. If I did, I'd try to go for a day out a fair distance from home. Have a coffee, go op shopping, read.

    Most weeks I get a few child free hours. I usually use those to go op shopping. Sometimes to to a job around the house that needs to be done. I always have to be back to get DD though, so can't go far from home.

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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 is me! I would love to take a day off work to do this but it takes 45 minutes to drive back home after dropping the kids at creche. Just not worth it and hinting to hubby doesn't seem to work.

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    I either deep clean or just relax. play games, watch scary movies LOUD but normally just try and do nothing. it's hard funny enough but I manage some days

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    Clean and catch up with friends, or lay in bed and do nothing/ watch tv.

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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).
    Same here!


 

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