DH and I love the snow (skiing & snowboarding) and I'm really excited for future holidays where we as a family are all on the mountain together. So far only DS1 has tried skiing out and he loved it. Looking forward to long family vacations in the alps.
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25-08-2016 09:11 #13Senior Member
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I definitely look forward to travelling with them.
In the near future I look forward to Christmas, it's such a big deal in our house and December is just the best month.
I look forward to school holidays, I miss DD1 so much during the school term and I feel like it's just school/work/nighttime routine/sleep/repeat. So I'm excited to just spend more time doing simple things like going to the park, watching movies, just small things.
With DD2 I always look forward to my days off, because it's just the two of us. And while we miss DD1, I love that one on one time and try and make the most of it.
25-08-2016 09:18 #14
Having a bit more financial freedom next year (my car repayments will be gone and no more preschool fees).
Also, hopefully going away for a short break as a family soon. Would love to show DS the zoo or aquarium in Sydney.
25-08-2016 09:21 #15
Building a family home for my kids.
Taking them on a holiday.
For my kids to start kindy.
25-08-2016 09:26 #16
Hearing DS tell us he loves us for the first time (without prompting and knowing what it means)
Exploring DS's curiosity. I love the wonder on his face and the "ohhh" when he sees something new
Teaching him to read
Teaching him to cook
Having holidays together
25-08-2016 09:29 #17Senior Member
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25-08-2016 09:30 #18
I look forward to taking the kids to Sweden some day
To DD being older and have mummy daughter days (love my mummy and son days now DS is old enough to appreciate them).
Pretty much everything. I love that I have so much to look forward to.
25-08-2016 10:14 #19
Holidays - we camp a lot and I look forward to every trip, big or small. Also looking forward to our next overseas adventure (whatever and whenever that may be).
The Christmas break (DH and I are teachers). Weeks of no plans, no school lunches, no routine and no care factor!
A wedding we a going to in September.
Girls trip to Melbourne in September.
Kids' end of year concerts/presentation/awards nights.
25-08-2016 10:35 #20
To finally being able to take them to Disney World, to the day they graduate from however far they want to go in schooling and having their hard work pay off and to the day they finally clean their rooms without me having to tell them 500 times
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