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    I am about to put my 3 yr old and 6 yr old to bed. It's forth night of the new routine. Last night was a 2 hour battle. Pray for me that I will come out alive. Lol

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    Evening. The kids and I had two minute noodles tonight. DD, who is 5.5, woke up at 3am hungry. So I'm tired and cranky and she's over tired and hyper. Thinking of letting the boys sleep in the lounge room tonight .

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    I am currently laying in bed with 14 month old Dd jumping all over me in the dark, it's scaring me, you know when something is coming at you but you can't see it.. It gives you a heart attack.

    I also wish I had a block of chocolate right now, but I am on a diet, so that's not happening, boo!!

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    So no massive parties or anything planned for the weekend??....me either lol

    DH and DS are watching Penguins of Madagascar while I'm procrastinating lol. Nothing planned for the weekend really. Just catching up on the study that I didn't get done this week thanks to the extra stuff I had to do for DH after he got 2 moles cut off his foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Evening. The kids and I had two minute noodles tonight. DD, who is 5.5, woke up at 3am hungry. So I'm tired and cranky and she's over tired and hyper. Thinking of letting the boys sleep in the lounge room tonight .
    We've been having 2 min noodles too often lately. I try to convince myself I'm making the meal so much better by throwing some broccoli, carrot and sweet soy in them and then poaching an egg in the stock at the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    We've been having 2 min noodles too often lately. I try to convince myself I'm making the meal so much better by throwing some broccoli, carrot and sweet soy in them and then poaching an egg in the stock at the end.
    I did this the other day - chucked some frozen peas & corn in. It was great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    We've been having 2 min noodles too often lately. I try to convince myself I'm making the meal so much better by throwing some broccoli, carrot and sweet soy in them and then poaching an egg in the stock at the end.
    Gosh I wouldn't have even thought of that! Totally doing that next time!

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    I think DS may be asleep! Yay! We have nothing in the house for dinner so I'll pop out for some take away. Probably maccas - again! :S

    Our diets have been shocking lately. Lots of 2 min noodles here too but SD doesn't eat vegetables so we have them plain

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    I did this the other day - chucked some frozen peas & corn in. It was great!
    And really cheap. I buy the plain Ayam noodles and just add whatever stock powder is wanted at the time. I was thinking of seeing how some honey soy tofu would go in it but keep forgetting to buy it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    I did this the other day - chucked some frozen peas & corn in. It was great!
    Sadly I am queen at dressing up 2 minutes noodles in hard weeks. I will shed left over chicken or pork and chuck in veg and a little honey and soy. Or put some through a fritata with leftover roast veg.

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