coping with being lonely once LO is in bed and only TV for company??

(3 Posts)
MzPixielated Sun 02-Mar-14 23:30:28

Not a single parent but my Dp is a little old man --in his head and goes to bed at 8pm.

Find something you enjoy! I sew, cook, paint and craft. But even if I don't have the energy for that stuff can still look up recipes or my next project.
Could you use the time to better yourself? A language CD or online course?

Failing that Mumsnet/Pinterest/Facebook/Instagram grin

MissPricklePants Sun 02-Mar-14 23:22:37

I have posted on your other thread OP, if you don't want to watch a film alone then do something else. I love watching films alone as my dd (nearly 5) likes to hijack netflix and I end up with smurfs on!or something equally irritating! (she has sleep issues and can manage on a max of 6 hours sleep per 24 hours!!). I like to watch series as opposed to films as they are broken down into nice blocks so you can still watch something but have time to do something else!

olympicsbaby Sun 02-Mar-14 23:08:36

How do you get through the evenings? I miss the cuddles on the sofa watching a film with my OH.... I dont want to watch a film alone? How do you get through it and what do you do instead?

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