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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Omg how are you going to feed all of those teenage boys, is there a pantry in the world big enough to store the amount of food they'll go through in a day let's hope they don't invite friends over often haha
    We already struggle as we live 300kms from the shops so have to do a fortnights in one go. Have bought roof boxes and eskies for the car so we can fit the shopping haha. And we use the little kitchen pantry, plus have a whole double wide bookcase to hold all the things like canned vege and cereals (which I buy in bulk). We have also started growing our own vege. Going to end up with a few potato barrels I think.
    Fruit in another killer. They go through mountains of it. My second born, he will eat between 6 and 10 apples when he gets home from school, before dinner, if I let him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    God help us
    It's alright hon, we'll hold hands together and quietly rock together in a corner!

    (And go halvies in a sanitary product factory)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    It's alright hon, we'll hold hands together and quietly rock together in a corner!

    (And go halvies in a sanitary product factory)
    Buy them all menstrual cups.

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    The physical toll on the mums body of pregnancy/breastfeeding/pregnancy/breastfeeding without a break. It may not affect some people that much, but it triggered some health complaints that didn't get better until about 3 months after I stopped breastfeeding.

    Likewise having a long period of poor sleep is probably going to be worse for your body than 2 shorter periods with some better quality sleep in the middle.


 

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