Stay At Home Mom
In the olden days (before I had 3 children) I could leave whenever I wanted, I could watch an entire movie uninterrupted, I could even spend a whole day cleaning my house singing as loud as I wanted. Remember when you could take your time getting ready? Or nap? Or just shower or go to the bathroom in peace? What about talking on the phone without suddenly every little human in your home needing your attention thatverysecond?
Those days are gone, friends.
But that doesn't mean that my world is filled with chaos and frazzlement. Well, sometimes it does, but you adjust and shift things around get into your own system of doing things. Being a mom is hard and crazy and frustrating and rewarding and joyful and wonderful and the worst and best thing in the world. I'm far from perfecting this (which is made very clear to me when I see other mom's wearing lip gloss at the grocery store with their 5 clean children), but hey...everything takes two hours.
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