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    There's no room in my oven for my pumpkin. The lamb is too big. I want roast pumpkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    There's no room in my oven for my pumpkin. The lamb is too big. I want roast pumpkin.
    Ditch the lamb. Roast pumpkin beats lamb any day of the week.

    I have pumpkin in the fridge. Now I really want roast pumpkin. Specifically the bits that caramelise and go really chewy and sweet. Yum!
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    I buy DS1 a heap of new trendy clothes for winter. DH dresses him in the oldest, trashiest daycare clothes that barely still fit him. Why do I bother?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I buy DS1 a heap of new trendy clothes for winter. DH dresses him in the oldest, trashiest daycare clothes that barely still fit him. Why do I bother?!
    I haven't had a chance to clean my daughters drawers out since she went up a size so have been adding new size 4 stuff on top of the size 3 stuff. Hubby will put a pair of tights or jeans on her which are at least 3-4cm above her ankle and see nothing wrong with that 😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I buy DS1 a heap of new trendy clothes for winter. DH dresses him in the oldest, trashiest daycare clothes that barely still fit him. Why do I bother?!
    At least he doesn't send him out to play in the mud in his brand new winter clothes like my DH does with DS2 😱

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    Why does everyone at work feel the need to tell me if they have diarrhoea? I don't even dookie at work, ladies. I don't need updates!

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    Seriously DH your time management sucks more than mine - which means it is baaaaaaaaad.

    You had all weekend in order to iron your work shirts. You 'forgot' and scrambled downstairs to iron one this morning and then panicked again and went down now.

    Maybe do the ironing first thing on Sunday instead of faffing about?

    I gave you hours on the weekend to do all the urgent jobs you *needed* to do (test drive the car was the urgent job lol).

    *sigh*
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    I never have cream or lemonade in the house and right now I have both but am trying so hard to be disciplined in my eating but I WANT SCONES!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I never have cream or lemonade in the house and right now I have both but am trying so hard to be disciplined in my eating but I WANT SCONES!
    http://www.losebabyweight.com.au/no-...pberry-scones/

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    Thanks for sharing, I'm amazed that they only have a tiny bit of sugar in them!

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