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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    Some days I leave cleaning up from breakfast until just before DF gets home. I have realised that a lot of cereals could be used as cement.

    "Insert witty signature here"
    Weetbix could definitely be used as cement. I have left spilled weetbix for too long on the dining table and I had to use a knife to scrape it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misscheekysmum View Post
    Weetbix could definitely be used as cement. I have left spilled weetbix for too long on the dining table and I had to use a knife to scrape it off.
    Try wetting a piece of paper towel or even tissue and leaving it sit on the dried weetbix. Comes right off after awhile then. Had to do this with my wall after ds got some down the wall and I didn't realise until the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    I saw one thread here where people were saying they wash their jeans after every wear!
    I am SO glad I'm not the only one who doesn't wash my jeans all the time. They fade so quickly if I wash them too much, and they're uncomfortable for the day again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
    After I bath DS and DD, if they are attending daycare the following day then I put them to sleep in the clothes they will wear the next day so that I don't need to change them out of pjs in the morning.
    Genius.

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    Hi. I White Mage am a lazy mum. Like all you lazy mums. My tv is on from they are awake, until bed time.
    I also do not do arts in crafts, cause who wants to clean up the after math?
    I have towels underneath the kids table so I don't have to clean floors when food falls on the floor.
    I don't drive, so ultimately my decision to go out places are decided on how long I have left before we run out of bread and milk or nappies.
    I shop online.

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    I definitely belong in this thread

    Dd owns wayyyyyyyyyy too many clothes for a four yr old but I like it cos it means I dont have to wash as often.

    My sister whose sleeping over just pulled a pile of towels out of the dryer and I hosestly cannot remember how long they've been in there.

    I hang my washing on the airer inside because I cbf walking to the clothes line.

    I have a wardrobe but prefer my floor-drobe lol

    Theres oh so many more.... man I'm lazy!

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    When hubby gets home I lie and say kids been terrible but in fact I have just been watching a movie just so I get out cleaning some days 😂 he wouldn't care but I do lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
    I definitely belong in this thread

    Dd owns wayyyyyyyyyy too many clothes for a four yr old but I like it cos it means I dont have to wash as often.

    My sister whose sleeping over just pulled a pile of towels out of the dryer and I hosestly cannot remember how long they've been in there.

    I hang my washing on the airer inside because I cbf walking to the clothes line.

    I have a wardrobe but prefer my floor-drobe lol

    Theres oh so many more.... man I'm lazy!

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    Haha me too, she has so many clothes I hardly wash lol!

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    Ah hello my peoples I feel normal now. I do have a good excuse that I have two chronic illnesses so some things just don't get done. I cut corners where and when I can.
    Tv is on pretty much all day, abc2/3 when DS is home.
    I hate dusting and cleaning the shower. I don't iron unless really needed.
    DS eats a lot of the same food esp dinner time.

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    I threw an entire set of cups away after finding them under DS bed with stuff in them. Couldn't face cleaning them even though cleaning them only involves stacking in the dishwasher.


 

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