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    Default Lazy today

    Both kids are in daycare today. I had planned on being productive but I am currently sitting on the couch watching silly morning TV. I feel bad, I really should be doing something.

    I did clean a toilet though so now I deserve a break, right?

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    I find myself doing the same when Dd goes to day care 1 day a week. I should be using the time to study but when it comes to it, I either watch Tv or have a nap. Shame on me!

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    It's terrible isn't it! I really should be studying too, uni starts next week and I need to get some reading done. The rain is not helping my motivation!

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    Apart from when she goes I am with her 24/7 so it's just to tempting not to enjoy being alone Lol.

    Maybe you could set yourself some time for a break, do a bit of reading, have another break and so on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post

    I did clean a toilet though so now I deserve a break, right?
    This is me exactly right now. I just cleaned the toilet and sat down because, I deserve a bubhub break now and...

    Where is my motivation?!

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    Absolutely! I'm spending today on the lounge watching the academy awards eating yogurt and jelly ! I just had my 4 wisdom teeth taken out Saturday and I actually feel fine and should be doing the washing and cleaning the floors but I'm chucking a sickie instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Absolutely! I'm spending today on the lounge watching the academy awards eating yogurt and jelly ! I just had my 4 wisdom teeth taken out Saturday and I actually feel fine and should be doing the washing and cleaning the floors but I'm chucking a sickie instead!
    At least you have a good excuse! Maybe I'll go chuck a load of washing on, that counts as productive.

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    @Elijahs Mum - while I have you lol, I was thinking about food for 7mo DS earlier today and wanted to ask you a question. Will slow cooking meat 'kill' the iron? The nurse at the clinic last week was very insistent that I increase his solids and start reducing bottles as he's still having a feed approx every 3hrs during the day (sleeps through most nights). He hasn't been too interested in eating much, especially off a spoon, but he will happily play with food and shove it in his mouth to explore so I've just been letting him do that and whatever he actually swallows is a bonus.

    I've been giving him mostly vegetables so far and he's had some roast chicken but the nurse was adamant he needed to start eating red meat for the iron. He's quite a gaggy baby so I thought maybe slow cooked would be good.

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    Lazy day here!
    DS is at kinder, DD is watching Frozen, again.
    I have vacuumed the house and turned the washing on and now its time to snuggle up with DD and watch Frozen, again.

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    Vacuuming the house is definitely worthy of a break. That's manual labour right there!


 

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