From self care to convenience-I share with you some of my current favorites which I know you will love!
Six kids is a lot of kids. Just saying. I have a 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, and 3 year old. My tween stays up later than I do and my toddler is still in my bed most nights. And then there’re all those kids in between. My older girls want to be up with Carry on!
I was diagnosed with ADHD as a mom of 6, in my 40s. How is it helpful to have this diagnosis?
Sunday. I’m ?% overwhelmed most of the time. Waking up to a toddler loudly whinging because it’s not dark anymore and her hot cocoa is too hot and she wants to get dressed but not that one while simultaneously needing to pee and pour my first cuppa and take the dog out. Overwhelm. Trying to Carry on!
Even if you’re not a writer, I highly recommend that you take some time away from your family and experience a weekend to rediscover yourself. I took my self-care weekend as a writing retreat and here’s what I learned.
6:00 Eyes pop open and brain sizzles. Realize that the two-year-old is still asleep and you don’t have a headache, for the first time in two or three weeks. Try to go back to sleep but your brain is on now and you can’t. Try to get out of bed. Lay there. Your neck and Carry on!
I don’t consider myself to be a super-chic mom, but, just like you, I am a busy mom on the go, who likes to look the best I can! I like ideas of how to be frugally fashionable, so I share my photos of my weekly fashion “uniform”. Find out why I love it, and Carry on!
A Day in the Life of a Farmer 6:00 Wake up to alarm. Try to sneak out of bedwithout disturbing beautiful wife or two year old who’s snoozing between us. Am largely unsuccessful. Sneaking is not my forté. Grab a cup of coffee to down while putting on my coveralls. It’s 15 degrees on the Carry on!
March Book Reviews March was a great book month! I read a lot of winners. I rate books on 1-5 stars, but it’s really kind of silly because I never finish books less than three stars, and have trouble even when they are perfectly average. And then when I realized I could use the emojis Carry on!
We moms are like electricity. I was thinking about this today as I chopped vegetables, intending to put out a veggie tray for the kids to have a healthy snack to graze on every time they passed through the kitchen. We run everything. Husbands and kids expect us to do all the thinking for them. Carry on!