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    If dd slams her door one more time I am seriously going to loose my sh*t with her. I wish someone else was around to tell her off because my throbbing headache along with a neighbour revving his motorbike plus our dumb dog barking (now muzzled) is not going down well.
    .,.,,,as she just goes into her brother and wakes him up too. Now he is screaming

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I'm with you there. 5 am wake up call to "I wet my pants Mummy" I was hoping for quick clean up and back to bed. Nope. Can I watch toons Mummy? I want my breakfast!

    Cue me sobbing while I make toast...
    ha! Dd is the same. I hope that an iPod and a few books will keep her in bed a little longer. She always has other plans....then she decides she's hungry at 5am and wants to watch abc.....with mummy......on the couch......get a blanket mummy......mummy...............are you awake???!!! ***force open my eyes with miniature fingers**

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knackerss View Post
    ha! Dd is the same. I hope that an iPod and a few books will keep her in bed a little longer. She always has other plans....then she decides she's hungry at 5am and wants to watch abc.....with mummy......on the couch......get a blanket mummy......mummy...............are you awake???!!! ***force open my eyes with miniature fingers**
    Sounds scarily familiar! Plus try explaining to a 2yo that the toons don't start till 6... I ended up putting a raaraa DVD on.

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    Woke up at 6 because two magpies had gotten in the house but couldn't get out so my dog was chasing them from the back to the front and they kept smashing into the glass doors - rather like magpie ping pong...

    All of this woke DS who wanted to get up. Fine I thought. I'll just lay for a minute more. My "don't trust DS" radar kicked in. Get up. He greets me by shouting "I drew a moustache Mummy!"

    He and the tiles around him were covered in texta :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Woke up at 6 because two magpies had gotten in the house but couldn't get out so my dog was chasing them from the back to the front and they kept smashing into the glass doors - rather like magpie ping pong...

    All of this woke DS who wanted to get up. Fine I thought. I'll just lay for a minute more. My "don't trust DS" radar kicked in. Get up. He greets me by shouting "I drew a moustache Mummy!"

    He and the tiles around him were covered in texta :/
    Sorry for laughing... but if that was in a movie, everyone would be laughing because it is kind of hysterical...


    My vent- my boys were too spoilt for their birthday... and they have a gabillion new lego sets which they need help with, new board games to learn the rules to etc etc... and DD is having a growth spurt, which leaves ZERO time for me to do housework, let alone stopping for a coffee or a toilet break. I'm exhausted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Woke up at 6 because two magpies had gotten in the house but couldn't get out so my dog was chasing them from the back to the front and they kept smashing into the glass doors - rather like magpie ping pong...
    Birds in the house = my worst nightmare. Shudder.

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    Birds in the house = my worst nightmare. Shudder.
    I almost have a panic attack when I see them in the supermarket let alone my house!!!!

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    Augg all of ds clothes have stains. I try keep his jumpers nice but now I'm gonna chuck them after this winter. Wanted to keep them

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    My daughter won't go to sleep .

    My clothes are as high as Mount Everest in the laundry . So much washing and folding

    I feel stressed

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    I'm sitting her constantly refresfhing fb and bh waiting for something interesting to happen when I should be cleaning and getting ready for when my mum arrives tomorrow. Get off your fat butt already woman!!


 

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