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    Dh went to the sporting club today & i stayed home by myself with ds as ds doesn't sleep out. Im home with ds by myself all day during the week & now i dont get a break today either. And ds is doing his catnapping thing again now so hes pretty overtired & cranky. Oh yay, not. When do i ever get a break? Never thought id be excited about going back to work in May, but i am, cause it means i get a break.

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    When did we get so lazy as a society? I just saw on my facebook feed, a birthday greeting to friend that was simply "HB "

    That's it. So, not like you had to go to any further effort then opening your facebook app on you phone and you were too lazy to type a further 11 characters? :eyeroll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    When did we get so lazy as a society? I just saw on my facebook feed, a birthday greeting to friend that was simply "HB "

    That's it. So, not like you had to go to any further effort then opening your facebook app on you phone and you were too lazy to type a further 11 characters? :eyeroll:
    One of my (many) pet hates!

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    DH you are a royal pain today. You've spent the morning on your laptop while I slave around. You've yelled at the kids for every little thing.
    An hour ago you suggested we take them out on their bikes, but who was stuck running around with DSS who is still learning- ME! And after 12 minutes (it takes 8 to get there) you were 'done' and wanted to go home.
    Now the kids are bored, and you are again on your laptop.
    You have invited a friend to stay with us for a few weeks, but haven't lifted a finger to clear/clean space for her.

    Grrrrrrrr........ first world problems.

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    I am starrrving and haven't eaten today. I want dinner!

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    DP had surgery on his finger last Tuesday after an injury on Australia Day. They've given him panadeine forte for pain relief, which upsets his stomach. He has not stopped doing the most revolting farts since then. Constant loud, long bottom burps. I'm so disgusted and turned off. And he wonder why I don't want to be anywhere near him. Yuck!

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    Dh was never hugely keen to get a playpen but i asked what he wants me to do with ds when i need to use the bathroom, get food etc as he is already on the move (ie moves off his playmat & faceplants onto the tiled floor). So he agreed it would be a good idea.

    However he has always listened to his parents opinions & usually goes with what they say, even though he is an adult & they no longer have a say in his life.

    So yesterday dh asked his dad for help to pick up a playpen as it wont fit in our car. I wasnt there, but apparently fil started saying stuff like 'oh they are very expensive & they take up so much room, i wouldnt get one, we never even baby-proofed with you & you were fine'.

    So now cause what his parents say must be true, it seems we are not getting a playpen 😐

    And thankfully we have already bought the baby proofing stuff & i told dh a tiny white lie, that i have lost the receipt, otherwise we wouldn't be baby proofing either.

    This happens constantly & its so frustrating! Seriously dh you are an adult. When you parents express their opinion you can just listen & move on, you don't have to take it as gospel!!!

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    @heartstringz I think this must be standard with the male species. My DP takes everything his mother says as gospel also and it's drives freaken insane. I wish for once he could think for himself or go with a decision he makes with me; his partner!!!

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    This when you ask if his dad is going to watch d's every time you need to go to the loo/get a drink/iron the clothes etc...
    Than every time you want to do something make a deal about giving bub to d's hands. Never on the floor in front of him. If his gaming make sure it is the crucial point of the game. A simple reminder that you and him are the parents and not mil and fil.

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    I need a break from my own children. I am just exhausted.
    We have a voucher to our favourite restaurant that we want to use, but have no one to watch the kids. Next weekend is out, and the weekend after that df is hopefully doing some work around the farm for my brother.
    So no break for me in the foreseeable future.

    I just had three timtams to compensate. Now I feel yuck.


 

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