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    staying in bed all day ..... again

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    Going to the movies, alone, in the peace and quiet and it's my choice of what to see

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    I am sitting beside ds3 in a bath trying to get his temp down. 2 weeks of various kids having fever and I am so stuffed.

    I as a side note spring clean a teen boys room. Is mega gross. That was my morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    staying in bed all day ..... again
    Why don't you just set yourself a little tiny task do it and then go back to bed again. You'll feel better while you're doing it.

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    I am having one of those days where people seem to want to comment on my children and their behaviour (3yo and 12 week old).

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    feeling great. braved highpoint shops with ds and successfully bought a pair of jeans, a top and 2 pairs of shoes! had to boob him in Zara fitting room but that was no sweat lol

    don't really want to look at my credit card right now but I know this was also
    a much needed boost for my mental wellbeing.

    plus aside from the jeans, the stuff I got can be worn to work so I'm really just getting ready to go back to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Why don't you just set yourself a little tiny task do it and then go back to bed again. You'll feel better while you're doing it.
    I've ended up just getting up now to clean the kitchen so we can have some chips & gravy for lunch. Then I'm going to do some research for my essay in bed (since it's too cold to stay out of bed) since DS is busy playing either baseball or cricket in his bedroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    I've ended up just getting up now to clean the kitchen so we can have some chips & gravy for lunch. Then I'm going to do some research for my essay in bed (since it's too cold to stay out of bed) since DS is busy playing either baseball or cricket in his bedroom
    did you make the Swedish meatballs again this week? did your ds enjoy them as much as he did first time round?

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    Swedish meatballs are on the menu for tomorrow night - he's very excited & has volunteered to do the meatball rolling

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    Swedish meatballs are on the menu for tomorrow night - he's very excited & has volunteered to do the meatball rolling
    Sounds yum.


 

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