Im sitting in bed feeding dd2 and can hear hubby doing dishes :-)
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20-06-2015 14:26 #11
20-06-2015 14:48 #12
DH just got home & brought me a KitKat
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20-06-2015 14:58 #13
20-06-2015 15:08 #14Member
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Was getting ready for a job interview (interviews make me really nervous and stressed) just before leaving DD ran up to me, gave me a big hug and said "you look very pretty mummy" definitely helped calm the nerves.
20-06-2015 22:23 #15
Had a lovely, boozy meal out with my mum tonight. Just awesome
20-06-2015 23:09 #16Senior Member
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Two of our closest couple friends took us out for dinner tonight to celebrate our engagement 😀 then surprised us with a voucher for a night away! We are very blessed to have such kind and thoughtful friends!! They also tread our babies like the bees knees and that means the world to us
20-06-2015 23:39 #17
I've had a bit of a crappy night so need to remind myself how lucky I am. Today I spent the day with my sister who lives interstate and it was so good to catch up with her. She has become so giggly since moving away so the tiniest joke sets her off into a fit of giggles. She's hilarious to be around.
21-06-2015 05:11 #18
DD out of the blue came up to me yesterday and gave me the gentlest, most wonderful hug before looking me dead in the eye and saying "I REALLY love you mummy".
I'm going through IVF again after a failed frozen cycle and feeling just slightly emotional right now, so that was the best (made me tear up)!
21-06-2015 05:26 #19
I read this a few days ago in the huffington post and sent it to my sister who put so many years and love in to my kids.
She's recently left Australia, returning to Ireland have her own baby.
I only wish I was there for her and her little boy as she was for me and mine.
My something nice was a couple of weeks ago.
I was on the morning school run with my eldest, my toddler, and my screeching 4 mth old when I bump in to the granny of one of DS1's school friends.
Seeing I was struggling, she offered to take my toddler (and baby) for a few hours. I declined on the baby (b/feeding) but I accepted for my toddler who really hadn't been getting much attention lately.
I hung around to watch him walk off hand in hand with the lovely lady and her small grand daughter for a play date at their house.
I've never left him with anyone and I was screaming inside noooo...give him back, hahaha but off he toddled, not a care in the world.
I got two hours at home with the baby who calmed down and I even managed to get on top of the housework that morning.
I was so grateful for her quick thinking and generosity.
I brought her a little box of chocolates to say thank you but she scolded me for that, saying if I do that again she won't offer again, hahaha.
21-06-2015 06:30 #20
We went to sea world the other day. We decided to buy the kids a turn at squirting the water into the target to win a toy. Figured one would have to win a toy since we were the only ones using it. The attendant saw as had 3 kids (4,3, and 1) and said if you pay an extra 1 player turn I will make sure they're all happy. So he ran it 3 times over and helped so the right person won it each time. All 3 kids won a polar bear and could not have been more stoked. Basically we had 9 turns for the price of 4. I thought it was great he could see someone would be left out and upset.
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