Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Super Mom...


People always ask me.."how do you do it"?
3 kids...going on 4
10 kids in daycare
a dog and a very busy life!


 Well, excuse me while I vent a little.
I don't always 'do it.' 
I have my days where I can't wait till bed time.
I have my days where I am sure my kid think I am crazy and just want to 'be away' from me.
{I completely understand them}

I don't understand what 'funk' gets in my head the mornings I wake up like this, but it just doesn't want to leave.

I am not a good mom, I am not a good wife, on these days I just want to have a quiet desk job and be by myself.
{am I the only one who sometimes wishes I had a desk job?}

 I feel bad for my kids {and husband} those days...
I blow up with very little patience/warning, I am not fun to be around, I am just plain crabby!

 I mean who wants to go through their day like that?!
 NOT ME!

Please don't tell me I am the only one like this. 
Tell me there are other people with flaws out there!

 I wish I had magic powers and could just {blink} these days away. 

BLINK!

Most of the time...the smiles of my kids makes it better...but sometimes my 'funk' is too strong, even for them. 

5 comments:

Heidi said...

You are not alone! We all have those days and pregnancy doesn't make it any better!

Christen said...

You are so not alone! I know exactly what kind of days you are talking about....it's good to know I'm not the only one :)

Lexie Loo, Little Lily, and Dylan Too! said...

You're definitely not alone! I get in those funks, too, and sometimes wish I worked outside the home. Because as a SAHM/WAHM, you have to do it ALL!

Susan said...

Kelly's right - there are days she's just not 'herself.' She can be cranky or be in a funk, and that's a time no one wants to be around her. That's been the case for nearly 30 years now, but we all have times like that, don't we? Kelly is a loving, devoted mom, wife,and daughter. She is thoughtful, creative, dedicated,loving, and a multitude of other great attributes. I am so proud that she's my daughter. I love you Kel!

J said...

You're not alone! I have a desk job and sometimes only see my son about 15 mn in the morning and about 2 hours at night, but by 6 pm, I'm fried. A 1.5 hour commute (total both ways), 8+ hours at work, and then dealing with meals, cleaning, etc just wears me out...just the joys of being a mom, I guess.

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