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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Totally 100% get what you're saying. Can't put my finger exactly on why but sometimes it's easier when DH isn't around 😔
    Because they take 10x longer to do it. And comment/whinge the whole time and expect thanks after they are done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    My DH constantly says 'all you need to do is ask' and I guess I should but it would be nice if they offered or in fact just took over occasionally without the need to nag.

    I do sometimes find it easier if DH is away as you just get on and do things your way - with no added seething if DH is being annoying/not pulling his weight.

    Gosh, this makes me sound terrible towards DH but I'm coming off a terrible nights sleep so I'm feeling quite stabby!
    I could have written your post! Hope you have a better night tonight x

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    Totally agree with everyone about husbands being away!! And also to feeling extra stabby LOL

    my DH had the balls to tell me he was exhausted all day Saturday (seriously! Cry me a river was my response!!) and needed two coffees to even think straight! I don't drink coffee but I guarantee it would take more than two to make any headway on my tiredness.

    LMS, I think no one ever offers to help me because I seem like I have my shiz together too but it's a total farce. i, at the stage where I dread nighttime and what lies ahead. Last night I went to sleep at 10.15 and he woke at 10.40, I felt physically sick from that teeny bit of **** sleep, wish I'd just stayed up and waited for him to wake (he normally wakes at 9.20ish) as I *knew* he would. I can't sleep in the day time either, sucks!!

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    Ok I'm joining in if no one minds!! DD went to bed at 7pm and has already woken 4 times and it's only midnight. Long night ahead I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Ok I'm joining in if no one minds!! DD went to bed at 7pm and has already woken 4 times and it's only midnight. Long night ahead I think...
    We are exactly the same here! Force be with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    Ok I'm joining in if no one minds!! DD went to bed at 7pm and has already woken 4 times and it's only midnight. Long night ahead I think...
    Hope your night improved!

    I realise we are at an impasse here. Dd2 is now fully entrenched in needing a feed to resettle. Sleep will not improve now until I do something about it- and I'm just not comfortable doing so when she is only 15 weeks.... Just need to ride it out for another couple of months lol! And then teething will start......

    Last night was particularly nightmarish. Dd2 is all snuffy and has a cough which woke her up every 30-60 minutes. Fun fun fun.

    Dd1 is still in last night's nappy painting her face with chalk. I have zero motivation to actually feed and clothe her lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post

    Dd1 is still in last night's nappy painting her face with chalk. I have zero motivation to actually feed and clothe her lol.
    Dry cereal on a plate - my fall back on really bad days! The kids love it...

    Hope your little one gets better soon.

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    LMS, hope the cold is over and done with quickly we are stuck in a BF to resettle through the night thing too

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Dry cereal on a plate - my fall back on really bad days! The kids love it...

    Hope your little one gets better soon.
    It's funny you mentioned this. She actually had dry nutrigrain in a bowl. She actually fetched it herself. She's awesome

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    Hugs LMS.

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