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    Quote Originally Posted by siesmum View Post
    I had invited a few friends over for a bbq but only ONE person could take 30seconds out of their busy lives to reply (which they are unable to make it) so dh and I have decided to go do something else...... and that's the last time I try to organise something. I am sick of people not letting me know by rsvp date it isnt a hard concept to follow. .... sorry for my vent its just a big thing for me to organise a get together with my anxiety and I was actually really excited about it
    That's so rude! I would be really annoyed and disappointed too.
    I hope you and your dh have a nice time.

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    I can see the Sydney harbour fireworks from my bedroom window so I'm going to kick back in bed with DS and my ten week old for the 9pm fireworks then I plan on falling asleep. I might go for a walk to Bondi with the kids for dinner and to see what is going on down there earlier in the evening.

    DD has been super clingy so there is no way I would be able to leave her with anyone to go out and do anything but I'm cool with that and will enjoy a nice evening at home.

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    We will be camping like every year nothing special which I love but dh gets bored lol

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    Sweet FA!

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    We don't normally do anything, 4 young children make for a very big babysitting ask on NYE. Though sometimes DH will head out to a mates place to chilld out for a couple of hours, have a beer or two then come home before midnight so we're together. I think he may be doing that this year as well, it's fine by me I am usually the one to go out whilst he stays home - I'm far more social than he is.

    However, we are both going out tomorrow! We have secured babysitting for the children, and we're going out with friends to a food/alcohol event that showcases Tasmanian food and drink. There will be much eating and much more drinking to be done! So excited, DH and I practically *never* get to go out together. I think the last time was a wedding we went to in Jan '14, and before that it was our anniversary dinner in Feb '13! So I'm just so excited I could burst

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    Maybe visit friends in the afternoon but have DS home for bedtime routine. We don't really care this year, we will just have a couples night in while DS sleeps and enjoy a few drinks together whilst trying to stay up late enough to see some fireworks on TV. I feel little sad that we won't go out but DS in not the kind of baby that will just sleep anywhere let alone do pram/car seat/ cot transfers, so to be fair to him it's a quiet night in.

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    Sweet FA!
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    Absolutely nothing at this stage and doubt that will change!

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    Taking the kids to the park around the corner where you can see the Harbour Bridge.

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    Probably listen to dd scream, that's all I do these days.

    On a different note I would love to go out and see some early fireworks but my kids have had so many late nights in the last few weeks I doubt they would behave lol

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