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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    DS is your first? How old is he? New fathers often need training in not being a$$es. I know mine did! He would never bath or do things like that when our first was little. So I started to call him in as I needed to go to the toilet and just never went back LOL. Bath time has been his job since.

    Though I still often need to kick him out of bed if I've been up with a sick kid and need a sleep (though more often than not, we both get up now). And if he doesn't? I don't try and be quiet anymore. The more noise the better.

    When things are calmer, ask him if he really thinks it's fair that you've had x hours sleep compared to his x hours. Whether you work or are a SAHP, sleep is important to everyone. xx
    I did reply but apparently I didn't lol. DS is our first and he's 18 months. Dp is usually great but lately he's gone down hill.
    I did mention the sleep to him and he said he didn't have as much as I think. Yet I I could hear him snoring away. He just doesn't seem to think I need sleep too and I do actually do a lot. I made him get up to DS last night even though I was awake. Just pretended to be asleep. Sort of a pay back lol

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    It's supposed to be 30 degrees today and I have hairy legs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It's supposed to be 30 degrees today and I have hairy legs!
    I still have to wear jeans to work so I keep forgetting to shave mine, until dh asks if I'm growing a forest 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    It's supposed to be 30 degrees today and I have hairy legs!
    29 here, and work is still enforcing long pants, with work polo.
    I'm wearing leggings, sc**w them! Polo covers my butt.

    ETA: apparently that doesn't count as a swear word but the proper word for butt does??

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    Ds woke from his first nap at 11.45am. He is now refusing to have another nap. God im not looking forward to this evening & the SCREAMING.......

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    I feel your pain. Ds hardly slept today and has been grumpy and crying all afternoon! !

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    Ask my bestie what she feels is reasonable for people to spend for her hens (I don't know half the people coming so don't know their situations) I thought $100 per person was plenty.. She said she thinks $200 per person is better. I told her that's extremely steep, there's no way I'd pay that for a hens and she said oh but it's a good amount!
    Like cmon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Ask my bestie what she feels is reasonable for people to spend for her hens (I don't know half the people coming so don't know their situations) I thought $100 per person was plenty.. She said she thinks $200 per person is better. I told her that's extremely steep, there's no way I'd pay that for a hens and she said oh but it's a good amount!
    Like cmon!!!
    Wow! That is steep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Wow! That is steep!
    It is isn't it?! I have to travel from nsw to qld on top of that. I am in 2 minds if I will go anyway. It's very expensive for 1 night but to say I should spend over $200 for just one night?! I think everyone will tell her where to go!

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    Ummm... I would not attend a hens if I paid , $200. $100 - reasonable. What are you planning for the hens?


 

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