When he woke me up last night to tell me he might be sick, the only thought I could think in my sleep-stupor was something akin to what every mother of a newborn baby thinks: I may never get a full night's sleep again. Never mind the fact that for the entire week of nights this week, my sleep has not been interrupted. Fact: I don't deal well in the middle of the night. Fact: My kids have missed out on some truly wonderful and tender mother/child moments because of this. Hope: Somehow I've made it up to them in other wonderful ways. In the day. When I'm awake and conscious of what is happening around me.
So since I have a semi-sick child on my hands, I figured I'd write real quick-like to tell you what's going on around here, and then I'll be off, devising wonderfully tender mother/child moments in between barre class.
Sometimes life can get overwhelming, and it happens fast, right? And while one minute you're thinking I got this, the next you're wondering what just happened and why you have no idea what to do. As it were, I have just the book for you to read: Overwhelmed by Perry Noble, who happens to be a pretty funny guy. And it's completely free when you comment or share!
How bout that for an awesome start to your Friday!