Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Confessions from a Working Mom


This week's question is:
How has motherhood taught you to let go?

There are definitely a few ways that I have let myself go since becoming a Mommy.

  • I tend to stay in my pjs all day a lot more often than I did before kids. Not that I'm complaining, I love jammie days, but it just happens A LOT.
  • Ponytails are almost the norm for me. I used to do my hair every day but who has the time?
  • Makeup, optional.
  • Showering, optional. Well, not really, I do love to shower, but often times it happens while the boys nap in the afternoon, after we've already gone out for the day. With me looking like I just rolled out of bed, threw on some sweatpants and put a ponytail in my hair. And well, that is most often the truth.
  • Anyone else eat their kids' leftovers at McDonald's? Not so good for the figure....
  • Intimacy with darling husband?.......only if there's time between cleaning up, doing laundry and sleeping. (I'm really working at trying to do better in this area!)


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4 comments:

Raelene said...

Oh lordy, me too!! I'm still in my PJ's right now :):)

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

I agree; for me (on the weekends), non-PJ clothes are completely optional. And during the week, I'm sad to say, there are days when I should shower but don't... I'd rather play with the baby!!!

Oh, and shaving my legs? Never happens anymore!

~Elizabeth
Confessions From A Working Mom

Helga said...

Scary how we go from being Hot and Sexy to....not so much :o) I love my PJs and wear them all the time with my hair in a ponytail.

Jay said...

I understand the leg-shaving, showering-wearing make-up-eating leftovers bit...hahaha! ALL too well, actually.

Being a newlywed, my intimate time is still pretty rocking, but, we have dedicated that we will always take the time to snuggle up, and watch a movie, or just talk, or, well, you know, when Donny is in bed.

You and Chris are great parents, btw. :)