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    For DS2 to sleep all night consistently.
    To not worry about his speech.

    For DS1 to feel secure enough when I leave to not break down as he has been lately.

    For DF to buy me a ring with a diamond and help organise a family holiday.

    "Insert witty signature here"

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    Oh and a 5 hour stretch of sleep would be awesome. Haven't had this in years.

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    I'd love for DD to be over her scared of monsters phase, so she sleeps through. I'd love for toilet training to finally click. I'd also love for no tantrums and that she eats a wider variety of food.

    I'd love for DS to be a decent sleeper. If can't have him sleep through , just waking once would be brilliant

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    Ok here goes:

    Materialistic present fantasy: for DH to buy me my very own diamond engagement ring, not a massive one, just something that suits me and is pretty, sparkly, and modest. My actual "engagement" ring is a family heirloom which has been passed down the generations in his family which is such a lovely thing but... it's so not me and ive never worn it. I've been thinking about passing it to my SIL for a while. :-/

    Actual present fantasy: time with family, and for DD to have a wonderful time. She didn't quite 'get' the whole Xmas thing last year whereas this year she's old enough to understand more about the giving and receiving element, as well as looking forward to the celebrations on the day itself.

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    A fully toilet trained DD would be great - and for her not to be scared of toilets.
    Oh and a 1 hour full body massage would be great too 😊

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    Materialistic gift, I would love an engagement ring nothing fancy just an engagement ring

    Fantasy gift DD to sleep all night instead of waking up for a snack bottle :what:

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    A time frame for when DH will be ready for TTC #3 😔

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    A healthy baby that is with is at home and is a champion breastfeeder!!
    I want a healthy baby not stuck in hospital for months and is not allergic to everything so not on neocate formula. It would be great to just go to the shops and buy formula.

    Materialistically. I want a toaster, a grilling sandwich press and a new stock pot. (I miss toastie cheese sanga's and my partner broke my stock pot lid a few days ago.

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    My dh to come home.

    Plus new shoes and a handbag.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    I'd also like the cleaning fairy to visit just for one day.


 

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