If you ask me what I do all day, I will punch you in the throat.

I’m trying out this re-blog thing for the first time and this post from last year seems to be reflective of my mood today. If you haven’t read it, great! Hope everyone is having a fantastic Saturday!

A Girl Named Wanda

WORLD-S-OKAYEST-MOM-Women-s-T-ShirtsI became a stay home mom almost four years ago after the birth of my second child.  Prior to that I was a working mom, and at one time in my life I was a single working mom.  So having experienced the parenting challenges inherent in those situations, you can imagine how thrilled I was to have the opportunity to be able to stay home with my kids.  I thought it would be fun and I imagined all sorts of scenarios involving playdates, an immaculately clean house and home-cooked, healthy meals I would make for my family every night.  I mean, how difficult could that be?  I would be home…with my own kids…ALL…DAY…LONG.

Cue the hysterical laughter.

The reality for many of us, or at least for me, is that being a stay home parent is a lot like being stuck in Groundhog Day hell.  You tend to repeat the…

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6 thoughts on “If you ask me what I do all day, I will punch you in the throat.

    • It’s always good to know we’re not alone! My daughter once told me that being a stay home mom must be the easiest job in the world. I told her I wouldn’t dignify that comment with a response. 😣

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  1. I’ve been sort-of home now for four years, and I’m always glad to know I’m not alone. No one would understand the demands unless they’ve done it, but no one would understand the joys of extra snuggles and being part of their kids’ everyday lives either! Cheers to you, momma. To all the at-home moms who are on the brink of insanity, but wouldn’t trade it for anything!

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