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To have done absolutely nothing today?

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BasinHaircut Sat 14-Jan-17 15:50:02

I feel a bit bad for DS (3) who has been playing and watching TV all day, but after a mammoth tantrum trying to get him dressed for the park this morning, and his refusal to go to the shops (which he usually loves) I gave up and I've been trying to stay out of his way and veg out on the sofa doing nowt.

I'm also knackered as he isn't sleeping properly and won't let DH deal with him right now, it's all 'mummy mummy mummy' so I really can't be arsed.

Tomorrow will be fun packed (well, busy anyway) so just want to chill today.

AIBU to let DS rot his brain all day? He has been playing fairly nicely even if the other room looks like a bomb site but he is probably really bored and I can't even be arsed to play with him!

Albadross Sat 14-Jan-17 15:51:28

YANBU - this is our weekend most of the time!

dontbesillyhenry Sat 14-Jan-17 15:53:29

Same...im justifying it by the fact we need to save money

user1471700951 Sat 14-Jan-17 15:57:10

Same,I work hard all week and

KathArtic Sat 14-Jan-17 16:04:32

It does you good to relax and not have to think or do anything

BasinHaircut Sat 14-Jan-17 16:07:00

Glad it's not just me then!

We don't often have days with absolutely no plans and to be fair and I do struggle to just do nothing without feeling guilty, but if we didn't have DS I'd be properly stretched out under a blanket watching crappy films!

GeillisTheWitch Sat 14-Jan-17 16:08:21

We haven't done anything today either. DD has played with her toys, watched 2 films and is currently playing on the laptop. I doubt I will be arsed to cook so it will probably be chip shop tea. The weather is shite so I feel no shame in having a lazy day.

BabychamSocialist Sat 14-Jan-17 16:57:27

At least your kids are doing something they want to. I've made DS1 and DS2 cut my nails and rub my feet...

Slightly justified in that we were at an event last night til gone midnight, so we're having a lazy day today.

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