Not much at all. Might take the kids into my parents place for a bbq then home to bed.
Hubby is away as of today for a couple weeks so just me & 3 kids means we'll keep it low key
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26-12-2014 13:35 #21
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26-12-2014 13:38 #22
I'm either going to a family party or staying home with my bestie and her kids. I'd rather stay home without worrying about having to drive or sleep over with DD somewhere.
I haven't done anything for NYE since before I had DD so this year should be fun
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26-12-2014 16:03 #23
DH and I always cook a special 3- or 4-course meal and accompany it with a good bottle of wine. Haven't thought about the menu yet but it's always a pleasure working on it together and having a long leisurely dinner. We can also see the fireworks from our front balcony so we don't have to worry about going out, which works perfectly now we have a small baby.
26-12-2014 16:14 #24
Family gathering at my sisters house
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26-12-2014 16:20 #25Senior Member
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We will be away up north at my Nan's holiday house by the beach, so we'll have some relatives over in the afternoon for snacks and champagne on the back verandah. The kids will go to bed at 6 or 7 and then DH and I will enjoy the evening on the verandah and head off to bed at about 9ish. Ahh the serenity, love it x
26-12-2014 18:31 #26
Nothing!! Maybe enjoy a cider at home. DH will probably go out, which is fine by me. Chick flick and chocolate
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26-12-2014 18:39 #27
Nothing at all! I am practically forcing DP to go to a party. He feels guilty but I really want him to go. I am totally happy to stay home with the babes and watch a girly film! I've never liked NYE much.
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26-12-2014 18:41 #28
We have been invited to a friends house but it's not exactly child friendly, although they are welcome, so not sure what we will do.
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26-12-2014 18:49 #29
DF has invited a few friends and their families over to swim and have a bbq.
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26-12-2014 19:32 #30
We will be heading back home from Port Macquarie so I booked us a room in Newcastle for NYE.
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