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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    WHAT? Our 4 slice toaster doesn't do that!

    DH has gone to bed... leaving me with two tired, cranky kids and an impending ex-wife (their mum is taking them tonight so she can do mother's day morning, and then drop them back so she can do her own stuff during the day). This is AFTER whinging all day about the fact that WE took them to training last night and WE had to take them to games today... he seems to have forgotten the WE part, and the fact that between all that I got their homework done, and the housework, and laundry. I also baked heart cookies for Mother's Day, shopped for gifts for MIL and ex, wrapped them, and supplied him with breakfast, lunch and coffees... I have also made a lasagna for tonight.

    Oh, yeah, and I have pneumonia.
    How rude! Wake him up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    WHAT? Our 4 slice toaster doesn't do that!

    DH has gone to bed... leaving me with two tired, cranky kids and an impending ex-wife (their mum is taking them tonight so she can do mother's day morning, and then drop them back so she can do her own stuff during the day). This is AFTER whinging all day about the fact that WE took them to training last night and WE had to take them to games today... he seems to have forgotten the WE part, and the fact that between all that I got their homework done, and the housework, and laundry. I also baked heart cookies for Mother's Day, shopped for gifts for MIL and ex, wrapped them, and supplied him with breakfast, lunch and coffees... I have also made a lasagna for tonight.

    Oh, yeah, and I have pneumonia.
    This is my solution to this problem.

    Step 1 walk into the bedroom
    Step 2 put on your highest sharpest heels
    Step 3 promptly hick him in the boy bits.
    Step 4 when he doubles over and falls out of bed take his spot.
    Step 5 when recovered enough to nod tell him if he wakes you in the next 6 hours for anything, he will wake with a heel in his butt for a year

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    I get so frustrated on the weekends with all three kids home. No matter how often I go around picking up toys off the floor and cleaning surfaces, the house is always messy. And no one else seems to notice the mess!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    How rude! Wake him up!
    Sadly, it's not worth the 30 seconds of help and hours of whinging.

    I let him sleep for 2 hours, then woke him.
    He is "so exhausted and over it"... Just wait until tomorrow buddy.

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    I got a gorgeous cookbook for Mothers Day yesterday- Retro baking. Yay! My boys chose a recipe they wanted me to try first- berry muffins. I followed the directions exactly and mine have turned out looking dry and monsterous. I am normally quite a good baker, but I'm feeling a it annoyed about these!

    Also- DD- STFU! DF is in bed sleeping between night shift and all day long she is loudly talking, singing or crying! Sheesh this child did not come with a 'quiet' option! And even when I'm talking quietly to her, she is yelling back to me!

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    Had a 10 minute power nap and woke feeling cr@p. Total regret

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Had a 10 minute power nap and woke feeling cr@p. Total regret
    Should have gone for an extra 5. Don't they say 15 minutes is the magic number? Hope you can shake away the crap and start feeling better!

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    My havianas broke as I got out of the car at the supermarket this morning. However my vent isn't that I had to go back home to put a different pair of havi's on, it's that they broke! They're not supposed to break, they're supposed to be stolen by your sister or best friend or be left somewhere, not breaking!

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    Seriously AusPost?? Ive been home all day, most of that time ive been in the front room next to the front door. You didnt even knock to try & deliver my parcel, just dumped the card in my mailbox.

    We have no car today (getting serviced) & half of next week i wont make it to the post office before it closes, after work & picking up ds, so therefore i now cant get my parcel till the end of next week.

    If you return to sender i will not be happy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    Seriously AusPost?? Ive been home all day, most of that im ive been in the front room next to the front door. You didnt even knock to try & deliver my parcel, just dumped the card in my mailbox.

    We have no car today (getting serviced) & next week i wont make it to the post office in time after work & picking up ds, so therefore i now cant get my parcel till the end of next week.

    If you return to sender i will not be happy!
    Ring and complain. Sometimes they will make them redeliver if they didn't knock.


 

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