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    I don't iron anything.

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    I iron everything

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    I don't even iron my own clothes, let alone DD's!

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    God no! I don't even iron my own clothes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I only iron something if it's ridiculously crinkly. Most of the time I avoid it.
    This ^^^
    And DF's work uniforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    God no! I don't even iron my own clothes!!
    Ditto!!!
    Lmao - hubby knows if any of his stuff needs ironing he is better off doing it himself!!!

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    When I was pregnant with DS1, I washed, ironed and put away all of his clothes while I was waiting for him...but that was more just for fun, than anything else. I don't generally iron, unless something really needs to be done.

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    Lol NO WAY!!! Unless it's a beautiful dress that needs a press that she is wearing to a wedding, christening, birthday etc.

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    I have to iron my work uniform, so sometimes I will iron one of DS's shirts. I have only recently started ironing them though and he is 19 months.
    I generally avoid ironing.

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    DS has one outfit that has to be ironed and it's the only reason i do it!

    I only iron my own clothes when i have to!


 

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