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    On my way to an 8 hour shift at work in the Deli, and hoping the headache eases off soon.

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    Considering studying psychology. Or maybe Library information systems. I think I prefer that over OT. Maybe.

    Why can't I just decide?!

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    Wondering when 'this little piggy' and 'round and round the garden' will loose there magical appeal to 3yo DS1. He adores them and asks me to do it to him multiple times a day! He's now started doing it to his younger brothers, it's adorable ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Wondering when 'this little piggy' and 'round and round the garden' will loose there magical appeal to 3yo DS1. He adores them and asks me to do it to him multiple times a day! He's now started doing it to his younger brothers, it's adorable ☺️
    I get asked (aka ordered) to sing Baa Baa Black Sheep all the time. 3yo are fun.

    I am feeling gross. Have been half asleep since after lunch. So my head hurts. And I got nothing (cleaning) done.

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    I am wandering what I can feed DS1 and myself for dinner. Have been out all day no time to cook, still have to pick him up from kindy with a cranky Bub in tow. Even takeaway is too hard as it means carting them both out of the car and in again. And drive through probably not an option as DS2 will scream the whole car trip.

    I'd kill for a hot shower and a nice home cooked meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am wandering what I can feed DS1 and myself for dinner. Have been out all day no time to cook, still have to pick him up from kindy with a cranky Bub in tow. Even takeaway is too hard as it means carting them both out of the car and in again. And drive through probably not an option as DS2 will scream the whole car trip.

    I'd kill for a hot shower and a nice home cooked meal.
    This is pretty much me today. Did not prepare anything for dinner. No energy/time to do anything now.

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    sunny that sucks! would your mil have anything she could drop off? I take it you've got no frozen meals left that you made before X arrived?

    I've actually forgotten about the concept of dinner tonight til dh texted before asking what's for dinner....lol. might just get takeaway the way I'm bloody feeling today.

    I think I'm getting a cold too on top of everything...praying it's not a flu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I am wandering what I can feed DS1 and myself for dinner. Have been out all day no time to cook, still have to pick him up from kindy with a cranky Bub in tow. Even takeaway is too hard as it means carting them both out of the car and in again. And drive through probably not an option as DS2 will scream the whole car trip.

    I'd kill for a hot shower and a nice home cooked meal.
    Toasted sandwiches. Fruit toast. Baked beans. And fruit. That will do him and you can scrimmage around for something? Wine?

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    DS1 has refused to feed since 1pm. This is an 8 week old baby that normally feeds 2-3 hourly. He has never done this. Has been crying on and off now really distressed. Not sure what to do home alone with 2 kids 😫

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    DS1 has refused to feed since 1pm. This is an 8 week old baby that normally feeds 2-3 hourly. He has never done this. Has been crying on and off now really distressed. Not sure what to do home alone with 2 kids 😫
    I'm not sure what to suggest. If he has wind/pain he would feed so not sure why he would refuse.

    No temp? I would guess too early for teeth.


 

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