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?!

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. 


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


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's good to know I'm not the only one :)

Lexie Loo, Lily, Liam & 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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