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    It's essential to me to have my down time at night, otherwise I go bonkers. DH and I do the twins bath time/bed routine together and they're usually asleep by 7pm. Then hubby takes the dog for a quick walk if I haven't done it during the day, I do a quick whiz around the living area to put away toys etc and then it's time for the couch, a wine and some crappy TV!

    I do my cleaning during the day as I'm still on mat leave, but to be honest, even when I go back to work, I will still try and make sure that I'm not doing chores after they are in bed, I'd rather do the bare minimum and catch up before work or on the weekend/days off!

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    On average 7:30- 8pm. DP showers DS and puts him to bed and I will do a quick tidy up after dinner and then plonk my butt on the couch. I work part time and am home for the rest of the time, so I try to get housework stuff done while I'm home. DP works a 4 on 4 off roster and on her 4 off we usually use one of those days to do a big clean or tiresome chores. It's pretty even in our house. Probably 60/40 me/her.


 

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