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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    We went to the Farm Shed in Hahndorf http://thefarmshedonline.com and then went to Nepenthe to do some wine tasting and we bought 4 bottles of wine
    I haven't heard of the farm shed (because I go nowhere lol) and just looked at their menu. They had me at the pork crackling starter yum.
    I like the nepenthe semillon Sauvignon blanc too - great day out!
    Now that DD has one big reliable day sleep I think DH and I should get my mum to babysit one Sunday so we can finally go out for a nice meal together without our little mate - will be our first date in 18 months

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    I am grateful that work is over for the week and I can focus on my family

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    Im also greatful that after DD's 6 month needles today shes had a reasonably good day & is now asleep xo

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    I'm grateful that we aren't living week to week, that ds is a good eater and rarely trantrums, that I do deserve some time off work (but can't shake the guilt I should be working), that childcare starts again next week, that my work is reasonably flexible, that I have a dh who balances me out (most of the time), that ds warns me when a bear is coming , that ds finishes work at 3pm everyday so he always helps or makes dinner which we can have together as a family.

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    Yaaaaay! What are your plans?
    Hopefully book somewhere to stay tonight. :/ Finding a place for 8 people at late notice is a bit hard especially since i really need to keep the accom budget under 3k for 6 nights.
    As plans while we are there.
    One day we will go have a peak at our old house and d1 old school etc..
    Theme parks are big one the list. When we lived there we always had yearly passes to movieworld and dreamworld. Dd1 and i went most Saturdays while dh prepared his sermon. So dd1 desperately wants to share her old memories with the younger kids.
    Other than that it will ne play it by ear.

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    I am so grateful that DH is staying home tomorrow. We have no plans other than me trying to catch up with cleaning and baking.

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    I am grateful that our life is the way it is. That Dh spent last 6 months not working and helping me out a lot especially since I m pregnant with no.4. I m grateful he has found a part time job and I m on maternity leave now so we spend so much time with Kids. I m grateful we are able to financially afford it for the next few years. I am grateful our kids are healthy, we have a puppy, I have healthy easy pregnancy. I am grateful that Dh and me have realised not to argue over stupid things anymore, life is too short lets enjoy it and create beautiful memories with and for our kids. I m grateful I can feedmy kids hhealthy food, take them places and they are well behaved, good natured kids. <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I haven't heard of the farm shed (because I go nowhere lol) and just looked at their menu. They had me at the pork crackling starter yum.
    I like the nepenthe semillon Sauvignon blanc too - great day out!
    Now that DD has one big reliable day sleep I think DH and I should get my mum to babysit one Sunday so we can finally go out for a nice meal together without our little mate - will be our first date in 18 months
    Do it!!!! I'll PM you some recommendations of you want!?

    The duck (oops nearly made a typo ) doughnuts were amazing as were the chorizo croquettes. DONT have the pear cider though, it was awful and cost $11!

    I also love the nepenthe Sauvignon Blanc too, but I tried their 2016 Chardonnay and OMG it was amazing! It's oaked for 9 months and is really Oakey haha, but it was a great flavour, I've not tasted a wine I liked more in a very long time.

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    I'm grateful that I got to have a hot cross bun today even though Christmas was last week. I'm not one to complain about a long Easter season

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    Grateful that I finally managed to get on top of the ironing. Did it all (1.5 hrs worth) while listening to some interesting TED talks.

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