6:30 am – My morning wake up call is a kick to my forehead from my beloved daughter, Mia, who fell asleep next to me during her 3 am feeding. Yes, I am still nursing, and sometimes we co-sleep. Nursing wasn’t always easy for me, in fact we had a very difficult start. Once we overcame
Category: A Day in the Life of a Working Mom
GOOD MORNING CONNECTICUT! Mornings come earlier now than they ever did before. And to think waking up for an 8:00 class in college used to make my eyes burn when the alarm went off at 7:00. Mornings now start anywhere from 5:15-6:20 a.m. Jake wakes us up with little gurgling baby noises from his room, and
4:20 a.m.- And so it begins. I’m woken up by the pitter patter of little feet. Ben thinks his pjs are wet, but really it’s just his diaper. Change him and he easily falls back to sleep. Wish I could. 4:25 a.m. – 5:20 a.m.- My mind is racing. I always have a hard time
I was struggling with what to write about this week. I have a few things mulling around my head, but nothing was coming out right as a post. So I thought it might be fun to do something more light hearted. We’re all writing our day in the life posts, but what if we wrote
I’m Dena, mom to Miles (6, going on 16) and Ava (2, going on 22). They are so cute together, and really love each other! My paid gig is as a union organizer, so my day is pretty varied depending on the week, month, time of year. I am so very fortunate that I
My life, or rather a day in my life that is what I am tasked to do today. I stop and pause to recall the day from the morning, or basically the night before because that is when it really starts. 3:30 am: Maximus decides to invite me to a party in his crib. He
Good morning all! I’m happy to share what a typical day in my life is like although I admit that towards the end of the day, I was too tired to take lots of photos! So, I’ll have to walk you through it mostly with words 🙂 Lills (my 9-month-old) gets up around 5:15 AM.
Hi, I’m Christa and I’m mom to sweet, nine-month-old Nora. I’m also a work from home mom, which means that Nora is also my coworker. I don’t have a typical day. Depending on the day of the week, even the time of the year, my days vary greatly. In the fall, when I coach cheerleading,
5:30 am – I am naturally awakened by my new biological mom-clock that says it’s time to wake up and make breakfast, iron the laundry, take a shower, prepare your daughter’s meals for the day, and enjoy a few minutes of quiet before your darling husband and daughter awaken and I cant get anything done.