Even though my boys can push my buttons I'm really looking forward to school holidays. Only 1 1/2 hours left for us!
We're not doing anything special or going anywhere. It will just be nice to chill at home, no rushing in the mornings.
So, what do you have planned for the holidays?
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13-12-2013 13:40 #1
It's nearly school holidays
13-12-2013 14:03 #2
Not quite sure as i am working all through the holidays. Might be able to chuck one sick day but its too hard atm as financially i cant afford it to have time off and need to build my annual leave hours up so i can havey holidays in april.
Will go to the movies and DS is going to vacation care a few days(mainly for their excursion days). Not sure what else will fill his holidays but something will pop up.
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13-12-2013 14:34 #3Senior Member
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Working,,,going to Melbourne for Xmas...
Ds is going to summer camp for one week. He will be babysat by my mum and friends...
Have another week off in Jan, he will be doing surfing lessons..
13-12-2013 21:47 #4
We have been on holidays for a week now. Loving it.
The kids and I pick and sell mangoes over the holidays. This year we saving to go to Melbourne early next year for a big holiday.
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13-12-2013 22:44 #5
I have been counting down the days until my girlies were on holidays absolutely love spending my days with them plus no morning rush.
DH is on holidays too so we are just going to spend most of the time at the beach, zoo and park and possibly take a holiday to the Gold Coast.
13-12-2013 23:17 #6
School doesn't finishes up til Wednesday here but I'm definitely looking foward to it! Can't wait for the sleep ins most of all.
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13-12-2013 23:47 #7
Ive been gearing up for these hols so Im a little excited. Aside from our usual new years camping trip, I have so much home stuff planned. I have old and dead electronic devices for the boys to pull apart then build with. Tons of ingredients to make play dough, goop and all manner of slime related science experiments as well as growing our own crystals. Also large ice blocks are going to be used in all manner of ways. My baby girl can stand now so she will be making full use of her sand and water table she is getting for chrissy and I dare say her brothers will not be able to resist "showing her how to play". We may even squeeze some visits to family in there so they don't have our heads. Hopefully, if we have the cash, we will even be able to start the herb garden which will included separate plots for all the kids to do what they like with. I'm so excited!
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