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    Well, today can go **** itself already. I haaaaate mornings with a toddler. Well, this particular toddler. We were both in tears by 7.15 😔

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    Well its a long wait for sleep school so while I wait my turn I give it another go myself at home. Baby looks at me like "WTF are you doing patting my mattress?!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Well, today can go **** itself already. I haaaaate mornings with a toddler. Well, this particular toddler. We were both in tears by 7.15 😔
    You made it till 7.15? Victory!
    Tears and little tanties are part our morning routine here- which is why I've got buckleys getting dd1 to dress herself and make a bed when she refuses to even get out of her night nappy and keeps asking for chocolate for breakfast EVERY bloody morning!

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    Someone left a knife with margarine on it in the dish rack at work (for clean items).

    This came moments after another colleague completely cleaned up the kitchen and erected a new sign reminding people to wash and put away their own dishes.

    What the actual?

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    DH - we agreed to a romantic night in. Playing our 'wedding song' has not enhanced my sexy mood, instead I am a hormonal teary mess. You need a new strategy!

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    Why won't the new panadol bottle withdraw into the syringe without getting an air bubble and going back into the bottle. Why the F can't I do this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Why won't the new panadol bottle withdraw into the syringe without getting an air bubble and going back into the bottle. Why the F can't I do this!
    Suck a little bit of air into the syringe before you attach it to the bottle. Squirt it into the bottle and it should be easier to draw the fluid out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Suck a little bit of air into the syringe before you attach it to the bottle. Squirt it into the bottle and it should be easier to draw the fluid out.
    Thank you! I ended up giving DD dymadon because I couldn't deal with it. I'll give it another go for her next dose.

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    My colleague spent at least 20 minutes yesterday on the phone to another colleague talking about her car, dog, intricate details of her wedding (not engaged yet), babies and her ILs. This morning she has spent at least 30 minutes talking on the phone and to people in the office about her huge workload and how her manager thinks she doesn't manage her time very well. Umm from my observations, I agree lol.

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    DH there were 2 adult serves of left over chicken broccoli bake. Did you really need to take both serves to work??? I was planning on feeding our child some of that for lunch! And giving him some for lunch tomorrow as well. You've cheated me of 2 easy meals that I know DS will eat even though his gums are sore. I'm so mad 😠

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