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    2.5 year old DD is spraying the kitchen floor with vinegar and scooting around on her tummy, wiping every square inch with several metres worth of paper towel. She loves it. Every once in a while she will look up and say "good job mummy?" and I will say "yes but do some more please" and so she keeps going.

    I'm on the couch with a cup of tea. :-/

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    Some things should stay a secret lol
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    At the end of the grocery week if there's veges that aren't perfectly
    Fresh I just chick them instead of thinking of creative things to do with them, same goes for things in the cupboard that are cluttering up space I just chuck them. Throw out containers with left overs so I don't have to watch them. Kids eat dinner in front of the tv most days so I can catch up on my trashy shows. Haven't mopped in months and don't plan on it, will make a big game of getting my 3 year old to get me something so I don't have to move and she loves doing it

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    For those that use the dryer, doesn't it shrink things or ruin them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    For those that use the dryer, doesn't it shrink things or ruin them?
    i only ever use my dryer, never had anything ruined or shrunk

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    For those that use the dryer, doesn't it shrink things or ruin them?
    Most baby clothes and bibs have shrunk here. Everything else is all good. I have a clothes horse next to my dryer for dd's clothes. It really irks me that most baby clothes aren't suitable for the dryer!

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    I currently have one basket of washing to fold, except it's more like a small mountain, because one basket looks better than several right?

    Sometimes the same load of washing gets washed several times before I hang it out.

    I make appointments for late arvo so we won't be home in time to start cooking dinner and can get takeout instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    I currently have one basket of washing to fold, except it's more like a small mountain, because one basket looks better than several right?
    If you put it against the wall youcan put more in the basket without it falling out.

    Dd was playing house at pre school and the teacher snapped a photo of her pushing all the washing into the front load washer with her foot to make more fit... I wonder where she got that from!!

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    Ds2 has just been finger painting the kids table with yogurt.... I'm letting the dog lick it up

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