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16-01-2015 13:01 #241
17-01-2015 22:44 #242
I'm monnie24 I'm a lazy mum because my mum takes H at night this makes me feel like a crap mum sometimes but I secretly love it! He doesn't sleep so I don't care.
I put dirty clothes on the kids at home 😒 instead of washing 40 times a week! 😂 (I mean just crawling clothes and bit dirt!)
I make three meals out of one. My poor family. My dad goes 'another one pot wonder 😂😂😂' I cannot cook.
I send my kids to childcare even though I don't work.
My daughter is almost 2 and still has 4 bottles a day. I don't care because if she was breast fed nobody would comment
17-01-2015 22:49 #243
I frequently forget to plan ahead for dinner and DF saves the day by defrosting meat for me or cooking. Other days I'll think I should get something out and still don't.
Today I fed DS2 breakfast but didn't feed DS1 anything until 9:30 when he finally stopped playing and asked for food.. I could have told him to stop and come eat like I usually do but I wanted to see how long it would take.
10-03-2016 13:17 #244
Just thought I would revive my lazy mummy thread, because well I'm feeling pretty lazy lately!
10-03-2016 13:38 #245Member
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10-03-2016 13:57 #246
Thanks for reviving!
I'm currently a SAHM, and DP (who works from home) regularly gets the baby to sleep/resettles when he needs a nap. He's better at it, so there's less stress all round, but certainly makes me feel lazy!
I never iron. Except for iron-on labels etc.
10-03-2016 14:24 #247
10-03-2016 16:43 #248
I'm a lazy mummy cause my girls have a shower together most nights cause I can't be a$$ed giving them a bath.
If dh and I are having takeaway we give them a really slap dash dinner so we can eat it in peace once they are in bed.
If I'm really tired I put them to bed earlier cause I want a break, luckily they don't know yet but could be a problem once they can read the time 😦
10-03-2016 17:02 #249
I'm a lazy mum because I don't give my 5 month old bubby a bath every night. Or give her purees every night either (although on the nights she gets purees she definitely gets a bath).
In my defence, I work full time, 5 days a week, and commute for over an hour, so i think sometimes this is reasonable!
Oh and I'm another one that gets hubby to settle the baby as he seems better at it. But i get up in the middle of the night and do all the feeds.
10-03-2016 17:06 #250
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