We had a slow start to the day with both kids sleeping in untill 8.45am! DH has taken DD for a casual swim, i am home with the little guy who is back asleep
i will spend the day trying to catch up on the last 4 days of washing.
After their arvo sleeps, Kids will have a play outside, watch some TV/DVDs,
play with their toys.
We really dont plan much for a sunday. sorry to be boring but we need a day of nothing in this house!
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27-10-2013 09:30 #11Senior Member
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27-10-2013 09:49 #12
Catching up on housework so tomorrow while the older 3 are at school I can have a relaxing day with dd3
Also have to bake some treats for recesses this week and something nice for dessert.
27-10-2013 09:56 #13
27-10-2013 10:10 #14
We were going to make DD her very own garden. She chose the plants yesterday and we bought a big planter...she's very excited! ...but during the night she has come town with a fever and is still asleep (it's 8am here)... Will see how she is when she wakes up...
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27-10-2013 12:03 #15Senior Member
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Did the ironing and vacuuming when I first woke (yay for housework being over) and it's the first hot non-windy day here for ages so I'm outside with DD relaxing while she plays in the sandpit. DH has just gone inside to get lunch ready and watch motogp. So when DD goes to sleep I will have hours to do whatever I want! so nothing exciting happening here but a nice day nonetheless.
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27-10-2013 12:43 #16
Wallowing in my appalling hangover. Bleurgh.
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27-10-2013 12:44 #17
Housework and baking here today.
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