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    Is he sick at all? My ds tends to get more gaggy when he is sick or teething.

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    Im not sure if he put too much in. Im still spoon feeding him, so i dont think the spoon went in too far. As far as i can tell hes not sick, but i do think hes teething

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    It could have just gone down the wrong way, Dd used to gag quite a bit on the softest of food because she wouldn't bother even trying to chew before swallowing, she soon learnt to take her time.

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    Why does DS groan in his sleep?
    Just had to listen to 2 hours of groaning! He was nice and snug and had his dummy but groaning away 😓

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    I can't enjoy sitting here watching tv as I promised DH I would walk the dog before I go to uni. I am running so late now!

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    Yes, H, when you have a 40 minute shower, I then have to have a cold shower.I don't 'like' it, I need a shower.Your constant itchiness AFTER a shower, is because you are in there too long, with too hot water. You know you have sensitive skin.I am going to start timing your showers so you can see how selfish you are!ETA: and yes, I know you are cold, we all are it's winter! Try having a cold shower in this weather!!!
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    I'm so over dh's idiotic missoni sheets. the doona cover is this like tri-fold idiocy and it's impossible to make nearly on a daily basis. the doona starts moving around inside the cover and causes unsightly creases. of course, dh never makes the bed. he just complains that I never use his designer sheet set. I've torn the set off in a rage and put on my much nicer and easier to make set from adairs. if I have to make the bed each day, I'll choose the tools with which I work!!

    dt - how annoying!! I'm not sure how he doesn't pass out after 40 mins in a hot shower!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolly007 View Post
    I'm so over dh's idiotic missoni sheets. the doona cover is this like tri-fold idiocy and it's impossible to make nearly on a daily basis. the doona starts moving around inside the cover and causes unsightly creases. of course, dh never makes the bed. he just complains that I never use his designer sheet set. I've torn the set off in a rage and put on my much nicer and easier to make set from adairs. if I have to make the bed each day, I'll choose the tools with which I work!!

    dt - how annoying!! I'm not sure how he doesn't pass out after 40 mins in a hot shower!!
    This reminds me of H's chinese pattern sheets! They are silk and i HATE them. He doesn't make the bed either, so they haven't been used in over 2 years.

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    Why the he'll do the kids let their daddy sleep during b the day but not me. Why do my eyes get pried open with it day time mummy or get asked a stupid question or jumped on/tickled attacked/kiss attacked.
    Mummy wants to sleep

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    So H just said he is going to cook dinner because he is "starving".
    I tell him what we are having (schnitzel) and he says "I don't crumb things"
    So I tell him instead to do a stirfry with the veg in the freezer.
    His reply, "Now I don't want to cook because it's too much"

    !!! WHAT?

    Well we are going without dinner then dude, 'cause it's your ONLY night cooking.


 

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