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Have had a breakdown already and its only 7.30!

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smugtandemfeeder Fri 27-May-11 07:48:56

Central heating has broken and the home emergency man didnt seem to know what he was doing when he got here. I dont bloody know where the instructions for the boiler are. If I did I might not of c alled you. Not I dont know what sort of boiler it is, are you a heating engineer or not? No Dh doesnt know either.

DS has been awake since 4am screaming that he wanted to go downstairs because lions were biting him.

I neede the loo, so I shut myself in loo with DD. Whilst i was doing this DS flooded the main bathroom saying he was "lighting a fire". We now have water coming through light downstairs in hallway and DS is walking through the puddle making footprints.

I put dog in garden as DS wouldnt leave him alone. Came down to find DS had climed out of sitting room window and lifted puppy in through window.

He is three years old. How can he cause so much trouble.

And to top it off I have arranged to take him shopping for shoes today with my grandma and then go to M&S food shopping. Its a bad bad idea but he needs shoes and all days are bad days.

starfishmummy Fri 27-May-11 08:18:27

Oh dear, I'd suggest a wine but it's a bit early. Have a brew instead.
I hope things get better......

smugtandemfeeder Fri 27-May-11 08:23:12

Thanks starfish. I have a migraine, its not surprising, have just managed to book an appointment for doctors to get my medicine but going to the doctors with two little ones is stressful enough in itself!!! DH made me a strong coffee before he left for work but I couldnt even drink that with this headache. Will go make a redbush!!!

DS is now hitting DD everytime she touches a toy or goes near him. And he is trying to wake puppy up in his cage. And running a small car up and down my body shouting "no dont uncross your legs" everytime I try to move. How do they manage to do so many things at once.

smugtandemfeeder Fri 27-May-11 08:37:44

DS jumps off sofa and lands on his head. Cue panic attack.

Why why why

EllenJaneisnotmyname Fri 27-May-11 08:38:19

Coffee gives me a migraine!

I can remember when DS 2 was 3 and we were having double glazing fitted. The idiot men kept leaving the front door open and DS got out and climbed into the back of their van with the glass and aluminium anD was having 'fun' with their sharp tools. He got out again later, (they hadn't learnt) and was climbing their ladder up to the first floor.

Stick to the redbush, or Yorkshire tea do a nice decaff! ((((hugs)))) It does get better, I promise!

blueShark Fri 27-May-11 11:28:59

sending box of Ferrero Rocher, always does the tric for me

1980Sport Fri 27-May-11 16:34:16

Sorry you are having a crap day!

I'm still laughing at you being called a troll! Hope all went well with SS and you have a better weekend smile

smugtandemfeeder Fri 27-May-11 18:05:48

Thanks all. I had a better day, piled the kids into the car and drove to McDonalds. DS gets a hashbrown while I have a bacon roll meal and the baby just watches us eat. Not health food but it saved my sanity!

Had two quotes to fix the boiler, its going to cost £300 which we just dont have and we have to wait until Monday for them to do it. Annoying.

Social services visit went well. I hope so anyway. You just never know what they are going to say in the report. She wasnt very impressed with the amount of food in the fridge and asked to look in the cupboards. We live 30 seconds walk from one of the most enormous 24 hour Tescos in the world though so we just buy stuff when we need it and when we have two of us. Plus we are purposefully trying to use up the last of everything to save money but Social services will no doubt think its bad.

DS got his shoes and my granny got us lots of food from M&S. I had to give DS a huge bag of chocolate buttons to survive the shopping trip and I hardly ever give him chocolate. Never.

The troll thing freaked me out. I was very worried I had written something stupid when she called me a troll!!

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