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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Relieved my results on the GTT came back all clear. Now I can indulge in all the sugary goodness I've been avoiding lol
    @Mamasupial have you received your GTT results yet?
    Nah I've been too busy to get them. Will go get them on the weekend.

    Yay for no GD!!

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    Beginning to think I might be better off as a single parent...

    Dd2 has been waking 3-4 times a night for just over a week. So my resentment for him already was building.

    Dh is now on holiday for 2 weeks. He has been minimal help at home. In fact, it creates MORE work for me as I need to consider him for lunch, trying to distract the girls so he can fit in gaming time... And he had the b@lls to ask me if he could get some last night.

    I've been up since 445am with the kids and he's still sleeping.

    Right now I have zero love for him. I might even hate him.

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    hi littlemisssunshine. often men just don't see the bleeding obvious. my sympathies. marie.

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    Massive hugs @LittleMissSunshine xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Trying to work out how to stop getting a headache within an hour or two of waking up on some days. Drinking water, and eating breakfast, don't seem to make a difference.
    could it be muscular/structural? my dh gets terrible headaches from a crappy neck/shoulder issue. have you tried seeing a physio? or it's not your eyes and needing glasses is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Beginning to think I might be better off as a single parent...

    Dd2 has been waking 3-4 times a night for just over a week. So my resentment for him already was building.

    Dh is now on holiday for 2 weeks. He has been minimal help at home. In fact, it creates MORE work for me as I need to consider him for lunch, trying to distract the girls so he can fit in gaming time... And he had the b@lls to ask me if he could get some last night.

    I've been up since 445am with the kids and he's still sleeping.

    Right now I have zero love for him. I might even hate him.
    what an anus! men are clueless idiots!

    big hugs!

    stop considering him for things like lunch until he pulls his socks up. if he's hungry, he knows where the fridge is, has arms and legs etc.

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    I am excited to learn that we can call people anus on bubhub!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    could it be muscular/structural? my dh gets terrible headaches from a crappy neck/shoulder issue. have you tried seeing a physio? or it's not your eyes and needing glasses is it?
    Mine are at least partially inherited - my mum gets migraines too, and I've been getting them and headaches on and off for about the last 30 years. No doctor has ever been able to find a cause or effective treatment. I have glasses, but wearing them either gives me a headache, or exacerbates one I already have, and it's been like that since I got them. I do have tight neck and shoulder muscles, so I probably need to stretch more.

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    I'm confused! off to a cancer council morning tea tomo and don't get the fundraising part. do we need to bring a donation? a girl from mothers group is hosting it at her house, I'm bringing some food as is another girl. someone else is bringing drinks. do we make a cash donation at the morning tea? I get that it's to raise funds for cancer but don't get where the donations come from. excuse my extreme idiocy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I'm confused! off to a cancer council morning tea tomo and don't get the fundraising part. do we need to bring a donation? a girl from mothers group is hosting it at her house, I'm bringing some food as is another girl. someone else is bringing drinks. do we make a cash donation at the morning tea? I get that it's to raise funds for cancer but don't get where the donations come from. excuse my extreme idiocy!
    Usually take a plate and make a cash donation.

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