Toilet breaks... Pooping in peace, especially being pregnant and constipated. Yes I'm an over sharer : D
Eating chocolate anytime I like...
Watching movies with the TV up louder than it is these days.
I appreciate my mum more these days. Especially because she raised us on her own and I can only imagine how difficult that must have been for her.
I appreciate my health and my sons health.
I appreciate a good conversation with a grown up.
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10-06-2013 22:16 #11
10-06-2013 22:19 #12
As the mum of a kid with SPD - I appreciate the little victories that many dont see as a big deal - my son going a whole day without a sensory meltdown, trying a new food, having a bath without crying, the first time he went onto a playground without his big brother there with him, saying hello to someone he doesnt know and making eye contact instead of hiding his face and getting upset - Its the little things that make the hard work worth it.
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10-06-2013 22:20 #13
As the mum of a 5 week old-
Sleep! A full nights sleep.
Time with my husband
a DVD night with a glass wine
just time to yourself for you.
Iy is all consuming being a parent and unfortunately I got a terrible sleeper
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10-06-2013 22:31 #14
Showers in peace
Not having to share nearly everything I eat
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11-06-2013 07:25 #15
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11-06-2013 07:35 #16
Watching a tv show in silence after DD is asleep
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11-06-2013 07:38 #17
Lying on the couch all day
Watching what you want on tv
Listening to anything you want in the car
Having 5 minutes to eat, poo, shower in peace
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11-06-2013 07:38 #18
Being able to eat breakfast in peace! My lovely 3 week old daughter cries the second she smells my food even if I've just fed her!
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11-06-2013 07:41 #19
Making a cup of coffee ... And finishing it while it is still warm.
Not having to organize practically my whole day - the night before - for a 2.30pm 15min appt.
Regular wax appts. Thank god hubby isn't repulsed by my hairy form!
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11-06-2013 08:12 #20
Being able to finish a cup tea! At the end of the night I go and collect the 5 or 6 cups I have made and had a sip out of!
Being able to have a shower for more than a minute! I seem to pick the times to shower when my 6 week old wants to wake up! And even when DH is home I still have 1 minute showers and I get out and think, I could have been in there for longer lol
Wouldn't trade it tho!!
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