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    Person of interest and icecream. Finally founded the touch buttons on the screen

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    Good morning peeps. We are watching Paw Patrol and that Badou show on the ipad at the same time. Having some breakfast and waiting for the nausea. Otherwise any ideas on what to do with DS today that requires little to no effort? (It is going to be a little rainy today)

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    Craft. Many kids love craft.

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    I second craft.
    Baking is always nice on rainy day.
    Write a book together. Get him to draw the pages and you write the words.
    Mud pies.

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    My DS1 is grumpy at me because he is apparently hungry. Since 7 am he has eaten a slice of toast, two poached eggs, a piece of ham and a glass of milk. Just now I gave him two banana pikelets because I was defrosting some for his brother's breakfast. It's not quite 8:30!! I told him to wait until morning tea and to go have a drink of water. NOT HAPPY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    My DS1 is grumpy at me because he is apparently hungry. Since 7 am he has eaten a slice of toast, two poached eggs, a piece of ham and a glass of milk. Just now I gave him two banana pikelets because I was defrosting some for his brother's breakfast. It's not quite 8:30!! I told him to wait until morning tea and to go have a drink of water. NOT HAPPY!
    Mine is now unhappy as he wants a 'chocolate milkshake'. He has never had one (we make mango milkshakes at home). Children. Love them.

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    Im having a coffee this time tonight i hope to be seeing my kids in bed after being away over a week.

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    I am trying to get 3 teens out of bed and dresses to go out. Talk about a impossible tasks. The young ones have been up since 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I am trying to get 3 teens out of bed and dresses to go out. Talk about a impossible tasks. The young ones have been up since 5.
    I wish I could sleep in like a teenager.

    What is everyone's plans today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I wish I could sleep in like a teenager.

    What is everyone's plans today?
    Uniform shopping for ds1 he is changing schools. Some back to school stuff.
    Organising X rays.and speech to the new prof of orthodontic surgery as the one we were seeing has retired and now we need to state why we want the surgery done. Bloody crazy. She needs it done so why do we need to go through this again.


 

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