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    Urgh it's impossible!!!! Newly walking is just pulling stuff out all over the house and has now learnt how to climb onto play table and toy chest. I'm so sick of the mess but have zero energy to follow her around putting things away... At least when my older ones were toddlers there was no school timetable/ uniforms/ home work/ sport etc...
    Oh dear here I go again complaining!!

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    Me! And about to a new baby to the mix as well. It is very hard. School runs are very painful with a toddler.

    i do love how much my big boy adores his little sister though.

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    I do! But she isn't newly walking- she is nearly 2. Still painful, though!

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    It's a nightmare for us. When DD started school last year DS1 had just turned 2 and DS2 was 8 months. It's still hard and we are in our second year of schooling. Every afternoon without fail I have to wake them to do school pickup. I do reading twice a week and that's an absolute nightmare.


 

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