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    Default Confessions of a lazy mum

    Hi, I'm Allie Pallie and I'm a lazy mum.

    I let my DD (27 MO) watch far too much tv, she doesn't get enough vegetables, I don't organize any arts and crafts activities with her and I'm putting off toilet training though I think she may pretty much be ready for it!

    Anyone else want to share their lazy mummy diaries!

    Complete fluff thread, no judgments here please.

    So go!.....


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    I'm amyd and I'm a lazy mum. My kids pretty much eat nuggets and chips everyday for lunch because it's easy. And lately dinner has been frozen veg and sausages.

    In my defence I am 30 weeks pregnant - not sure what justification I'll use once bubs arrives

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    I'm Smyles and I'm a lazy mum. I don't take DD2 17mths to playgroup because I can't be bothered. I use the dryer instead of hanging out my washing. At times I use baby wipes to clean the house instead of getting out the spray & wipe. Unfortunately I have far too many examples.....

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    I am Zeddie and I told ds if he got my shoe out from under the couch I would give him a lolly in my defense it was probably him who put it there anyway
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    I'm so glad you started this thread! I'm Mama Mirabelle and I'm a lazy mummy. My DD17 months does no planned activities (play group, swimming etc) because I don't have the energy, we pretty much bum around the house all day. Also I only wash her hair once a fortnight or so because she cries bloody murder when I try to dry it after being washed and I just can't be bothered dealing with that.

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    OMG you've all made me feel so NORMAL! I'm a lazy mum too DD has the same dinner most nights because I'm sick of trying to get her to try new things and refusing them. Sometimes I'll even sit on the bathroom floor and make he wash herself in the bath (although she's at the stage where she wants to do everything herself now anyway). I'm sure there's HEAPS more I could add to this!

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    on Saturdays i let DD switch TV on and grab up'n'go so i can sleep in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I'm amyd and I'm a lazy mum. My kids pretty much eat nuggets and chips everyday for lunch because it's easy. And lately dinner has been frozen veg and sausages.

    In my defence I am 30 weeks pregnant - not sure what justification I'll use once bubs arrives



    yep, these are DDs regular 2 meals! I'm also pregnant - 26 weeks but its been going on long before I got pregnant.

    We also do the fortnightly hair wash for the exact same reason!

    I feel better too about my 'lazy' ways.

    I do use the term loosely as none of us are lazy, we do what we need to do and our kids are still happy and healthy!

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    Oh and watching too much tv. I hate a quiet house, so most of the time the kids abc channel is on, not that she really sits in front of it for long at all. She's always busy doing something else. She uses the iPad far, FAR more than she should though.

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    Hi, my names Sandy and yes I too am a lazy Mumma!

    DS and DD know how to count to 10 in Spanish thanks to Dora, I call it their Spanish lessons to make myself feel better.

    I hired an au pair to watch my children while I work but really it was mainly to do all the things I can't be bothered doing. Eg. Laundry, bathing children, brushing teeth, fighting to get them to eat breakfast and lunch,and do planned activities with them so I don't feel quilty not doing them.

    Oh my, I sound like a terribly lazy Mumma!

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