We got out pretty much everyday. Monday we have playdates with friends. tuesday music and swimming for DD1, wednesday swimming for dd2 and fruit and veg shopping, thursaday is mothers group, friday walking with friends, saturday farmers market, sunday bike riding in the park. never home sometimes i hate it and we just skip everything for the week but not very often my kids are much better behaved when we are out
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10-09-2012 12:17 #31-
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10-09-2012 12:33 #32
Do you ever stay at home all day?
Since dd2 was born 3mths ago we definitely have more home days. Plus it's been a shocking winter and someone has been sick the whole time.
We go for a walk every morning m-f and in the afternoon walk to a park/shops/playdate.
My dd1 is happy to potter around the house. DH also gets home around 4pm and often takes dd1 for a bike ride.
I need to be home 3-4 days a week to keep on top of my cooking/cleaning.
02-10-2012 21:09 #33
We have as many at home days as possible! I aim to have at least two days a week where we don't go out at all. Now that DS1 is at school it's a bit harder, and last term I ended up needing to be out almost every day of the entire term because DH wasn't able to pick him up as per usual. I was pretty stressed out by the end of the term. I love being at home all day.
03-10-2012 19:07 #34
We go out every day! All different places, parks (we try loads of different ones), beach, road trips up/down the coast.
I hate staying at home all day, I always have!
04-10-2012 09:08 #35
I like to stay home 5 days a week though don't usually manage it. Living rurally and on a farm makes a difference though; always work to do here and if you go out for even half the day, it backs up a bit. I am a homebody though and very happy here, pottering about. We have friends over rather than go out often.
04-10-2012 12:58 #36
On the first year I was home almost every day as we only had one car and my husband needed it for work, since then I'd say we stay home a couple times a week at least. My son can't handle being out all day every day and neither can I.
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