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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    I just want to have a shower just for me. With the water as hot as I like. With ALL of the water for myself - why is this too much to ask
    Yes please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    DS is 19 months. He sleeps in a sleeping bag because he literally moves over every inch of the cot as he sleeps. Mum asks why he doesn't have any blankets. I explain why. She proceeds to tell me that it looks very cold and sterile and he has nothing to snuggle with, blankets and pillows make the bed inviting, amd no wonder he doesn't like going to bed. She follows that up by asking how I would like sleeping on a mattress with a sheet with nothing else. Mum, that is so not the reason that he doesn't like going to sleep. What do you want me to do? I've already told you that I put the sheepskin in his cot and he freaked out and tried to throw it out. Do you want me to just put blankets in there for the sake of it, so he can get tangled and annoyed by them?
    so that's what I'm doing wrong with DS's bedtime - he's 12 & still insists on only having a sleeping bag on his bed to sleep in

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    so that's what I'm doing wrong with DS's bedtime - he's 12 & still insists on only having a sleeping bag on his bed to sleep in
    Bahahahaha! 😂😂😂😂

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    Have my GTT test this morning and I'm already starving! Don't know how I'm going to last another 3 hours without food 😣😔

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Have my GTT test this morning and I'm already starving! Don't know how I'm going to last another 3 hours without food 😣😔
    Good luck. I hated hated hated GTT's. No advice as I was the same and just sat in fidgety hungry boredom for 3 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    Have my GTT test this morning and I'm already starving! Don't know how I'm going to last another 3 hours without food 😣😔
    Oh all the best. What an awful test - I had mine about a month ago. I took a container of nuts and some dried fruit so as soon as I was finished I could eat something.

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    The last two days I've woken up and my vision has been super blurry, to the point where i can barley see a thing for about an hour after getting up. Off to the optometrist today, hoping it's nothing major. Oh and I can see long distance clearly all of a sudden but get double vision close up?!? Something isn't right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    The last two days I've woken up and my vision has been super blurry, to the point where i can barley see a thing for about an hour after getting up. Off to the optometrist today, hoping it's nothing major. Oh and I can see long distance clearly all of a sudden but get double vision close up?!? Something isn't right.
    That doesn't sound good?! Do you normally wear glasses/contacts? I would be worried too! Hope it's nothing permanent/serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Oh all the best. What an awful test - I had mine about a month ago. I took a container of nuts and some dried fruit so as soon as I was finished I could eat something.
    I'm planning on taking myself out for a big breakfast!

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    Not having a productive morning. DS2 keeps falling asleep in the car and won't transfer so I am sitting in yet another carpark waiting for him to wake. And forgot to pack snacks.


 

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