Before I had children I always heard breastfeeding would melt off the pounds after delivery. *EHHHH* Wrong! At least not in my case ever. And this is 3rd kid and 3rd kid nursed.
But my issue at hand really isn’t that. It’s my house!!!
I have a pretty good work house plan going.
- I pick up every morning and then usually again at night.
- I do a load of laundry a day. This keeps the Crazy Laundry Monster happy.
- I do the dishes during cooking and immediately after dinner while John plays with the kids. Twice a week we use paper plates so that I can go play too.
- I do bathrooms on Wednesdays.
This past week especially has been bad bad bad. My house has been out of rhythm big time. But honestly it’s been for the past two weeks. So I cannot blame it on the holiday LOL!
So it brings me back to the obvious… Christian.
Now I hate to blame it on my sweet dear baby but today I have tested this idea. If I am at the computer or on the couch or on the floor he’s cool as a cucumber….
But, if I get up and start to pick up, clean, sweep, vacuum, dust, do dishes pretty much anything that involves cleaning he’s crying and chasing after me.
It’s very sad. I hate to hear my sweetone cry so I try to do my task as quickly as possible to get back to him but honestly!!!
Or try to carry him along in my arms and also in one of my many baby toting devices. I have them all….sling, front pack, back pack, hip pack…. What else is there???
This shouldn’t be like this. Johnpaul was not like this and neither was Nathaniel. Both were from the time they could crawl and get around to discover were independent. Not meaning they never asked for me. They did but not like this!!
My Husband has been getting home and looking around (LOL) asking “So what did you do today?” Now without right out asking I know what must be going through his mind ”Geeze Woman, clean this house!”
How can I help him to know that it’s Good to have a clean house??
Open for suggestions Mamas!!
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