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    Quote Originally Posted by GothicBeeza View Post
    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.
    I can't believe you put "lazy mummy", "work full-time" and "I do the middle of the night feeds" in the same post!! Certainly not a lazy mummy!!!

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    I'm a lazy mummy. When dd insists on playing hide and seek, I count but then, instead of actually seeking, I just make walking noises and say things like "not in there" loudly while I bubhub on my phone. Eventually she comes back grinning, thrilled that I couldn't find her.
    Also when my dd wants to bf, I have her bring me my phone and the Foxtel remote first. I've done it so many tines she now does it without me asking. 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ra Ra Superstar View Post

    DS had a paddle pop as an after dinner treat....in the bath....to avoid any mess.
    Genius!!! 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    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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    My life is complete 😂 I can do this till they are teenagers now!

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    I thought of another few......

    I still spoon feed my 22 month old if its really messy food so I don't have to clean it up 😐

    I'll put all clean clothes off the line on our bed to make myself fold them and put them away before bedtime. Instead I'll pile them on the floor when I get into bed then put them back there the next morning to motivate me to do it that day. This can go on for days lol.

    I can be quite ocd in spurts tho.


 

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