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Ughhhhh go back to sleep! Kid woke up at 5:30 and I'm not ready for this day to start. Need to sleep.

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Welcome to my world - every freaking weekend.


Play that game where they are the mommy or daddy and it's time for them to put you down for your nap 😴😴😴


Hahaha I did. Worked for about 3 min until he started pretending I was "baby" and needed a diaper change. I need more coffee on the weekends than during the week.


Mine burst through the door this morning yelling "It is seven zero zero!! I made it to seven zero zero!!" I told him I was very proud and that he should do that every Saturday. He said he will, but there is no chance that will happen.


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