I've never really been overly excited about NYE, and even more so now that I have to be up with bub at 6am the next morning. But we're having some friends over for a BBQ, might move a TV outside to watch the fireworks. Keeping it very low key :-)
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30-12-2013 14:33 #51
30-12-2013 14:52 #52
We are having some friends over and will go in the pool, have a bbq and then head over to Panthers for the early fireworks.
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30-12-2013 15:03 #53Senior Member
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I thought it was going go be a quiet one. Been suffering severe morning sickness constantly so a quiet night wasn't going to be unwelcome by any means... Turns out we are going to have a house full!
Hubby is having a BBQ & pool party outside with everybody able to drink (& manage to stay up late) besides me... Oh joy!
30-12-2013 15:34 #54
DP will be at work until 2am so I'm just going to have a massive house party by myself, or maybe go and crash some strangers party, or fall asleep at 8pm, haven't really decided yet.
30-12-2013 15:40 #55
Friends over for a BBQ. We MIGHT make it to midnight...
30-12-2013 15:42 #56
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30-12-2013 16:27 #57Senior Member
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I am going to sit on the couch, listen to music, have a few drinks and do some writing reflecting on 2013 and what I want for 2014.
I cannot wait to do the above :-) NYE and pressure to party is overrated in my opinion.
30-12-2013 16:47 #58
I am doing a double shift now so wont even see midnight as i will be tired. Work asked today if i wanted a double shift so at least i now know where i will be, what i will be doing etc.
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30-12-2013 16:57 #59
Hubby is away (again) not sure he has been home for new years...ever? Will just be a normal evening here..was thinking about heading down to the foreshore but I am sure there will be a million people there and I am freaked out about loosing a child.
30-12-2013 19:20 #60
BIL is turning 50, so we have a party to attend at their home.
DS1 who is 4 will stay up until he crashes. DS2 who is 2 will go into a portacot.
Unfortunately ds2 had a big chuck this afternoon, and has a fever, so it looks like I may be staying home with him if he doesn't improve.
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