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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I just threw our a fairly expensive scanpan frypan as I tried soaking the black off the bottom (I never wash up properly and the dishwasher isn't great too) and it required far to much scrubbing to clean it
    All my pans especially grill pans are pretty gross I tell DH it adds flavour.
    I have done this many times. Now we are down to one saucepan and one frypan!

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    I'm monnie24 I'm a lazy mum because my mum takes H at night this makes me feel like a crap mum sometimes but I secretly love it! He doesn't sleep so I don't care.

    I put dirty clothes on the kids at home 😒 instead of washing 40 times a week! 😂 (I mean just crawling clothes and bit dirt!)

    I make three meals out of one. My poor family. My dad goes 'another one pot wonder 😂😂😂' I cannot cook.

    I send my kids to childcare even though I don't work.

    My daughter is almost 2 and still has 4 bottles a day. I don't care because if she was breast fed nobody would comment

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    I frequently forget to plan ahead for dinner and DF saves the day by defrosting meat for me or cooking. Other days I'll think I should get something out and still don't.

    Today I fed DS2 breakfast but didn't feed DS1 anything until 9:30 when he finally stopped playing and asked for food.. I could have told him to stop and come eat like I usually do but I wanted to see how long it would take.

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    Just thought I would revive my lazy mummy thread, because well I'm feeling pretty lazy lately!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpicyTurtle View Post
    I have done this many times. Now we are down to one saucepan and one frypan!
    Priceless! Til now i thought i was the only person that does this haha

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    Thanks for reviving!

    I'm currently a SAHM, and DP (who works from home) regularly gets the baby to sleep/resettles when he needs a nap. He's better at it, so there's less stress all round, but certainly makes me feel lazy!

    I never iron. Except for iron-on labels etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    Thanks for reviving!

    I'm currently a SAHM, and DP (who works from home) regularly gets the baby to sleep/resettles when he needs a nap. He's better at it, so there's less stress all round, but certainly makes me feel lazy!

    I never iron. Except for iron-on labels etc.
    My hubby does all night time bed times and weekend naps. He is better at it too

    And I've never ironed. We moved last yr and have no idea where the iron even is.

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    I'm a lazy mummy cause my girls have a shower together most nights cause I can't be a$$ed giving them a bath.

    If dh and I are having takeaway we give them a really slap dash dinner so we can eat it in peace once they are in bed.

    If I'm really tired I put them to bed earlier cause I want a break, luckily they don't know yet but could be a problem once they can read the time 😦

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    I'm a lazy mum because I don't give my 5 month old bubby a bath every night. Or give her purees every night either (although on the nights she gets purees she definitely gets a bath).
    In my defence, I work full time, 5 days a week, and commute for over an hour, so i think sometimes this is reasonable!

    Oh and I'm another one that gets hubby to settle the baby as he seems better at it. But i get up in the middle of the night and do all the feeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    If I'm really tired I put them to bed earlier cause I want a break, luckily they don't know yet but could be a problem once they can read the time 😦
    Dudette! I have a clock that's permanently set to an hour later to use for this occasion!

    Otherwise just move clocks forward an hour.

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