The way I see it, much of life is a balancing act—balancing work, family life, school, social life—and I’ve taken this same approach to my own self-care.
Today, it’s raining and my hair is frizzing and the bottom of my jeans are soaked from thinking it was a good idea to take the babies to Costco this morning. So I figure it’s the perfect time to mentally clock out and reflect on some inspiring RV travel quotes.
Here are a few signs that you’re still a boy mom despite adding a little girl to the mix.
I can’t imagine comparing a day now in suburbia with a day 6 months from now when we’re settled into a routine in our RV.
And just as they say, the first year of life for yet another one of my babies has flown by.
Every child is different and every experience is different. Sometimes really young kids get tonsillectomies, and sometimes they do just fine.
Despite my determination to heal my two year old naturally, without more antibiotics and steroids and surgeries, his tonsils continued to grow.
Every year for as long as I can remember, we put up our Christmas tree the weekend of Thanksgiving and took it down the day after Christmas.
These rainy days that keep me locked up with my little ones, they remind me that I’m right where I need to be, living a bit more slowly, if only for a day or two.