There are some days when it’s just not easy to be at home with kids. And before some nit-picky, angry, lunatic skips to the comment section to ask me why I had kids if I was just going to complain about them, let me take a moment to say to that person, “Go Away.”
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Sometimes it’s rough. There are days that feel like weeks, and this is even more of a true statement when it’s roasting hot outside and the kids are at each other’s throats and I have a ton of work to do. I don’t just love teachers because they are fantastic, I love them because having my kids in school all day makes it possible for me to work from home and not have to pay for child care during the school year. I don’t make enough dough to pay for full time child care, so summer is a tricky time for me. Working from home in the summer sucks.
I just want to play and cavort and gallivant, but alas, I cannot. I have to find a way to work and entertain and clean and whatever else comes up, all the while trying to make sure my kids aren't sitting around all the time rotting their brains on the internets. Child care is expensive and since I don’t make enough right now to pay for the quality child care I need, I must juggle like a pro. And before some judgmental, Debbie Downer type skips to the comment section to ask me why I had kids if I can’t afford to take care of them properly, let me take a moment to say, “Go Away.”
SERIOUSLY KNOCK IT OFF!
So today I decided that I’d just have some fun instead of letting frustration get the best of me. Of course I have fun every single day, but today I really decided to have extra fun, throw all caution to the wind and stop worrying about stuff I can’t do anything about.
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