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    Default Christmas is only 72 days away !!! what are your plans

    yep - 72 days. scary huh


    What are your plans? How will this year be different to last year?

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    The only difference for christmas this year to last is that i am unsure if i am working morning or night shift. We will open presents in the morning before work or when i get home at 7am. Most likely i will cook breakfast for everyone if i am on night shift(will be working xmas eve as well as night) then i will sleep for about 3hrs and get on with the day. I think we are heading to dads partners place for dinner. Then will be back to work for me.

    Kiddo wants me to work night shift instead of morning but we will have to see. He enjoyed me being home even though i had to sleep.

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    72 days! I've at least got a couple of pressies out the way 😊

    Looks like me and dh are going to have Christmas at home! Woohoo! I've been wanting to for years but have never been "allowed to" by extended family. His side has decided to do an early Xmas this year, and mine is doing Boxing Day.

    Hopefully we can crack out some drinks, have an awesome Christmas lunch just the 3 of us, and probably catch up with someone in the evening. Can't wait!!!

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    This will be out first year spending Christmas at home and not heading out to any other family functions. I just want to relax at home with lots of good food. And we'll have a new baby!!

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    I will be due to have a baby...omg!!!! Not travelling to spend Christmas with family this year, it will just be a quiet day probably at the beach with DD and DP (if I'm not in hospital already given birth or labour) I'm actually looking forward to a quiet Chrissie for once! It will be lovely just the 3 of us (or maybe 4 lol) 😊

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    Um, what? 72 days??? 😳😳😳

    I think we will be home. Would love to go away, but realistically we won't have the extra $$ for a decent holiday somewhere nice.

    The IL's are spending it with their other family, and we don't see much of mine. So we will hang at home, have a yummy lunch and lounge in the pool.

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    We will be heading interstate to spend Christmas with my parents and sister and her fiancé after hosting my parents last year.

    I can't wait! DS is a lot more alert now, DD will be excited. It's going to be great.

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    Hopefully lots of eating, presents, eating and newborn cuddles

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    Just us at home again ☺️

    Looking forward to it actually!

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    The inlaws are coming to us this year (we went there last) my parents live abroad and will not arrive until new year ( flights too expensive otherwise)


 

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