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    In the morning, DD (almost 3) gets up and comes into our bed - I give her the iPad and she watches the wiggles on YouTube while I doze. On Sunday we did this for 2 hours. It's getting worse the more pregnant I get!

    We haven't toilet trained yet, I'm still hoping she magically starts doing it on her own...

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    I use the dishwasher to wash all plastic toys/bath toys, for smaller ones like Lego I put them in a wash bag first.

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    All these dishwasher confession have me envious, I want a dishwasher😩 but DH says it is a waste of money when he has no problems doing the dishes at night. Normally I would argue about all the times I do the dishes during the day but really am to lazy to argue about it lol

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    Following as I'm too lazy to research lazy ways of doing things.
    Thanks haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    I use the dishwasher to wash all plastic toys/bath toys, for smaller ones like Lego I put them in a wash bag first.
    People wash toys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    People wash toys?
    Thats what i was thinking! I never wash bath toys.. Oops, if they look a bit yuk then i toss em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    I use the dishwasher to wash all plastic toys/bath toys, for smaller ones like Lego I put them in a wash bag first.
    Nup, this doesn't count as lazy!

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    Omg is it bad I thought of more :-/

    My husband calls me princess all the time because of the hired help I have. Not only do I have the au pair but I have a cleaner that comes on a Friday who not only cleans but will whip up some meals for the following week. When the meals run out then it's takeaway for us. I hate cooking!

    My excuse is I work fulltime and long hours.

    On Saturday mornings DS and DD have taekwondo and I love it as it is an hour I get to sit, drink my coffee eat a muffin and catch up on social media while someone else wears my kids out.

    Omg I need to go to lazy anonymous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    OMG... *whispers* my oven is a mess. Brand new when we moved in, 2.5 yrs ago, I have only cleaned it once with bi-carb and obvs didn't wipe it properly because now the oven floor is covered with burned bi-carb!
    Lol.. I wouldn't have cared about cleaning it but i had tried to make a cake in a tart pan, you know the ones that have the bottom that lift's out? Yeah well it leaked through of course and burnt onto the coils and got stuck on the rubbers, the smell was breathtakingly bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    Nup, this doesn't count as lazy!
    ***Hangs head in shame....


 

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