Just a Typical Day in the Life of a Working Mama.

The life of a working mama. Aka a typical working day. Aka today. Literally.

Up with the babe.
Change the babe.
Let the dog out.
Make coffee.
Feed the dog.
Feed the babe.
Clean up the kitchen.
Get ready for the day.
Change the babe again.
Trade the mommy hat for the work hat.
Work.Work.Work.
Text the hubby.
Text the babysitter.
Work.Work.Work.
Text the hubby.
Home.
Trade the work hat for the mommy hat.
Call the hubs.
Run to the grocery store.
Distract the babe with a toy to unload the groceries.
Let the dog out.
Play with the babe/the dog.
Feed the babe.
Bathe the babe.
Bathe the dog.
Soak the bath.
Family time – hubby’s home!
Read stories to the babe.
Put the babe to bed.
Make homemade baby food (peaches) to freeze.
Clean up the kitchen.
Shower. Because I obviously didn’t get clean with the baby bath or the dog bath.
Clean up the play room (formerly the living room).
Throw in a load of laundry.
Jump online to check my email.
Blog.
Work.
Quality time with the hubs.
Move the laundry from the washer to the dryer.
Bedtime.

Rinse and repeat.

Ever thought being a working mom (or a non-working mom) is easy? It’s not. Every second of every day is spent doing something for someone else. If you’re not okay with being absolutely and completely selfless…well, being a mama (or dada) probably isn’t for you.

But I’m going to tell you something that is straight from the bottom of my heart – and totally, completely truth: it’s TOTALLY worth it.

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Comments

  1. 1

    says

    So so true! I just wrote today about my “work-life” balance. I have a 3 year old at home so I’m up early and up late… like now. Just finally getting that “me” time and am sitting here writing this! Ah BUT drinking a nice glass of moscato so all is good! Love the post!

  2. 2

    Danielle says

    My favorite part of this post is … clean up the playroom (formerly the living room). It’s funny ’cause it’s true.

    • 3

      says

      LOL SO TRUE. I’m thinking about turning our guest bedroom into a play room now, though. We’re actually running out of room in the living room!

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