Exhausted but Nesting

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Exhausted but Nesting

I have been SOOO crazy tired lately but it seems like the ONLY thing I have energy to do is clean. I will complain about how tired I am and DH will say let's go to bed but on my way I will see something and pick it up...then I see something else and pick it up...then the next thing you know, DH is in pajamas and completely ready for bed and I have the cleaners and rags out. lol It's a bit of a weird feeling!! I didn't nest like this with my girls!

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Joined: 08/13/11
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Want to come to my house and clean? LOL

I've been slowly cleaning, but since I've been so tired and nauseous I haven't had the energy to full blown clean. There are two rooms that DH needs to do because I can't move things around in order to clean it up. So he gets to do that hopefully either this weekend or next!

jhj
Joined: 08/06/11
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I am so exhausted I like the thought of cleaning, but can't actually get up the motivation to do it!! I saw a guy the other day sweeping not only his driveway but the street in front of his house.. If he really was that bored that he was sweeping the street, I was considering having him over to sweep our house!! Although if he was so fastidious that he needed a clean street in front of his immaculate house, he would probably faint from the sight of our house!

Heather

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I must admit ive been extremely lazy. Tho i think once we get things we need for Kinsley im hoping my energy will surge. My Dh has been on a cleaning frenzy on the other hand which is FINE by me Smile

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I've been able to keep my nesting to a minimum because we're in the middle of (STILL) trying to sell our house. Having to keep your house show ready 24/7 is exhausting, but I thankfully have little to do because we keep it so clean. I just can't wait until I can set-up his nursery, I've got everything picked out!

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when the urge to clean and the energy to do so match up, I've done quite a bit of it lately too. I showed my husband what "clean" means for the bathroom sink/counter/mirror, and his jaw almost dropped. HAHA!

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"mommyof1.5" wrote:

when the urge to clean and the energy to do so match up, I've done quite a bit of it lately too. I showed my husband what "clean" means for the bathroom sink/counter/mirror, and his jaw almost dropped. HAHA!

Lol nice. Although my DH scrubs the bathrooms pretty well because he grew up in a real filthy house and if he wanted some done he had to do it himself...and he doesn't ever want to go back to that! Lol.

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Yeah... I break out the tooth brush to clean INSIDE the faucet handles (they're the ugly clear plastic ones, show every sign of soap scum or hard water build up), removed everything from the hideous countertops and scrubbed with baking soda & a scrubby sponge.. got everything shiny that could be. Good thing I don't expect him to do it, because it wouldn't cross his mind to keep things that clean. Next on the agenda is a few piles of miscellaneous junk that keep piling up, and getting my floors all pinesol- fresh! Smile

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I love the smell of a freshly cleaned house lol. Unless of course it's a bleach smell ha ha.