I have been “working from home” all week because my kids have been out of school for April vacation. I am managing to get some things done, but the hardest part is not having complete control over my day. You just can’t plan for and schedule around temper tantrums, unexplained crying jags, whining and clinginess.
So there we were at the park. Having a great time, laughing, drinking, and what the hell? Have a snack, CP. It was a beautiful day. What could go wrong? Well, surprise, surprise. The wonderful porta-potty that is usually parked in the quiet corner of the playground is gone. I should’ve known better. I should’ve insisted
As a quasi-stay-at-home mom to a daughter who hates to nap, I spend a lot of my daytime hours occupying my little one. This summer, I’m looking forward to taking advantage of her mobility (she can explore on her own a bit!), comprehension (she has a certain understanding of what we are doing!) and age (she’s old