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    Impatiently waiting for Dd to go to sleep so I can do absolutely nothing! 👍

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    So lazy today - I had my parents come and stay for five nights (which was lovely) and they left this morning and I had 20 kids and 11 adults over on Friday afternoon for my DS1's 7th birthday party and I'm stuffed. I got the two big kids off to school this morning, cleaned the kitchen, made the beds, put a load of washing on and now I'm doing absolutely nothing apart from hang with my 3 year old. He might have a nap soon so then I'll really do nothing!

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    I am having a lazy day too. I know I will pay for later but I am so stuffed.
    I had sister stashed here for a big surprise. Helped her house hunt. 2 huge parties in Friday night one Saturday.
    My sister freaking out (rightly so) over cyclone hitting her house while she was here and than it turned a hit her other 2 kids and grandkids. She had leave early to help them out as they had major damage and needed supplies. All while house hunting and talking real estates for do who has been sick. I emotionally crashed Saturday and haven't properly recharged.
    I am just sitting doing nothing.

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    I am being lazy because DF is being lazy. He played paintball all weekend and is knackered so didn't work today and instead of cleaning up his paintball gear he slept all morning and is now watching tv. My thoughts are if he can be lazy then so can I!

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    Eldest at school, 2 littlies at daycare, me at work... doing... nothing.
    Meh. I could/should be being productive, but I'm doing nothing. Bad bad Caz.
    But it's my birthday so that's my excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    Eldest at school, 2 littlies at daycare, me at work... doing... nothing.
    Meh. I could/should be being productive, but I'm doing nothing. Bad bad Caz.
    But it's my birthday so that's my excuse.
    Happy birthday!!

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    I took the dogs for a walk because I eventually decided I needed to do something!

    I'm glad I got to have a quiet day though, I rarely allow myself to just stop and do nothing for a while.

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    Lazy day here too! Wasn't intentional though. Was meant to go out and do groceries but went to start the car and battery was dead. Cue my grandad coming over and RACQ, a new battery and car is fixed then my mum and sister showed up.... so we have been sitting around chatting lol. Still have to do groceries though so have to brave the shops with all 4 kids which is never a good ending because dd1 stirs dd2 up.

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    I'm supposedly doing the ironing. I've ironed 7 items in 2 hours. The rest of the time I've been on BH, FB, watched Academy Awards and drank coffee.

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    It's good to have a chance to relax

    I've just let DD nap way later than she should. I had heaps to do while she had a nap, so I did SOME...then have spent the last hour sitting around on my laptop and eating junky things I won't eat in front of DD. Should PROBABLY go and get her up now, as she's awake...


 

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