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To think some of you spend far too much time on Mumsnet and I feel sorry for your children

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HoneyDragon Mon 03-Mar-14 09:47:51

It's been one of those weekends on here. I wanted to get in with this one first, before someone else did. grin

<<waves cheerfully at MNHQ>>

HadABadDay2014 Mon 03-Mar-14 09:50:04

DC are in school, it's the house I feel sorry for.

Normally come on here when the DC are occupied.

RustyBear Mon 03-Mar-14 09:50:19

I feel sorry for blue, bald children...

ThePost Mon 03-Mar-14 09:50:43

Feck, I forgot about the kids...

Pigsmummy Mon 03-Mar-14 09:53:22

My carpets are neglected, DD is fine, clean, happy and loved.

HoneyDragon Mon 03-Mar-14 09:53:25

No blue bald children here, or ones with a glued face due to falling over but that's because she is at preschool so I shall continue my argument thanks and sit here sadly thinking of your children sad

IwishIwasmoreorganised Mon 03-Mar-14 09:53:31

Same as HadABadDay

Must get the Hoover out soon!

Gileswithachainsaw Mon 03-Mar-14 09:53:34

Kids in school/pre school so :-p


kim147 Mon 03-Mar-14 09:53:37

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

LEMmingaround Mon 03-Mar-14 09:54:17

Now hang on one goddamn minute!!! what do you mean, one of those weekends? I have concientiously neglected my entire family for the whole weekend to be here and i certainly didn't notice anything untoward - have i missed something???

Gileswithachainsaw Mon 03-Mar-14 09:54:28

I love your thinking kim grin

Stinklebell Mon 03-Mar-14 09:55:14

Mine are at school.

It's me you should feel sorry for, I'm going to get such a bollocking from my college tutor when he realises I've done fuck all

HoneyDragon Mon 03-Mar-14 09:56:31

Won't someone think of the college tutors? The poor neglected tutors sad

IamInvisible Mon 03-Mar-14 09:56:35

What happened?

I miss everything, me! hmm

Procrastinating Mon 03-Mar-14 09:56:46

I'm supposed to be working. It is the work I feel sorry for.

Silverfoxballs Mon 03-Mar-14 09:56:56

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Fairy1303 Mon 03-Mar-14 09:56:59

He's 8 months old! He can look after himself! Can't mollycoddle them forever!

YarnyStasher Mon 03-Mar-14 09:57:15

Baby is sitting on the filthy floor shouting happily to herself and watching the washing machine go round. DS is at nursery thank god. I'm ignoring the housework having toast before I head off to work with DD.

If I wasn't MNing I'd be doing housework or crochet and the baby would still be left to her own devices.

Fairy1303 Mon 03-Mar-14 09:57:27

<throws greggs sausage roll DSs way>

Nocomet Mon 03-Mar-14 09:58:27

DC are older, it's the house that suffers here too!

EatShitDerek Mon 03-Mar-14 09:58:33

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FrankelInFoal Mon 03-Mar-14 09:59:36

Mines quite happy where she is at them moment - in my uterus grin Due date tomorrow and showing no signs of shifting yet hmm

meddie Mon 03-Mar-14 10:00:02

Benign neglect......its the new Dr Spock parenting style. Kids thrive on it YABU

Stockhausen Mon 03-Mar-14 10:00:11

But I was told that sticky floors & mucky windows meant happy children!?

I saw it on Facebook, so must be true!

IamInvisible Mon 03-Mar-14 10:00:20

DS2(17) has gone to school and DS1(19) is in bed, it's the ironing I'm neglecting!

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