If ever I am in doubt that I am a superwoman all I need to do is look back on today. It started out average enough with a little man fast asleep in my arms, a baby son asleep upstairs and a big son asleep downstairs. I couldn’t seem to get a hold of my emotions they were all over the place, turns out being an empath isn’t all love and light. So I made a few phone calls, found out some of what was going on and proceeded thinking that today would be a normal day. I don’t know who I am kidding we don’t do normal here. 😉
9:00 to 12:30
I managed to teach one elementary student and one high school student a total of 4 different subjects, change one wet diaper, feed one baby, change a poopy diaper, shower, cook 6 eggs, start a load of laundry, pack a diaper bag prepare bottle for outing, get needed legal paperwork, call and make sure all was well on the dad front, make lunch for the one child staying home, and finally manage to put on mascara, I count this a miracle.
12:30 to 1:45
Take one son to hairdresser, feed one little man, change one little man diaper, entertain said little man so he didn’t get mad, make phone calls, go to bank, and receive one phone call that had me alerted to the fact that there may be a major family development requiring a quick leave to Colorado, start list in case of departure.
1:45 to 2:30
DMV, one baby and a teenager need I say more
2:30 to 4:00
Drive home forgot important paperwork, pick up younger child, change baby, get gas, go back to the DMV, hand off little man to his daddy, get my younger son his driving permit, head to Safeway for a needed items.
4:00 to 5:30
Drive with kids to Pamdula’s house for a fantastic time of food and fun with our Pam.
5:30 to 8:00
Drop off Joe with his dad for driving lessons, run home, pick up, feed kids, post picture’s of Joe getting his permit.
MOM WE DIDN’T CARVE OUR PUMPKINS!
Scratch beginning paragraph, I am not superwoman, what kind of mom forgets carving pumpkins, the night before Halloween.