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Who knew having more than one kid would suck? Not I.
It's completely different when you go to someone else's house and their kids are fighting. I've been de-virgined living and breathing it and it's only been 5 days.

I had three over the weekend and gave one away for the week, but I think I gave the wrong one away.
I don't know how many times I've lost my sh*t over their bickering and it's not just normal bickering, their shots at each other come from deep within. It's taunting and it's not from a lack of nothing to do, there is crap loads to do, but they chose to provoke each other and act like complete bastards.

Kudo's to all the mothers who have a van load of kids.
I do not wish I was you.

Oh look, it's their Mother in Rarotonga for 10 days.

Back to your reality on Monday.


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