My day was All Of The Things and None Of The Things

Jane from gijanesa.com sent me the link to a Huffington Post article she thought I might enjoy recently, and WOW, did it resonate with me – specifically these thoughts from a mom (to three small children) whose hubby,Β upon returning home from work, asked her how her day was…

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“How was my day? Today has been a lifetime. It was the best of times and the worst of times. There were moments when my heart was so full I thought I might explode, and there were other moments when my senses were under such intense assault that I was CERTAIN I’d explode. I was both lonely and absolutely desperate to be alone. I was saturated — just BOMBARDED with touch and then the second I put down this baby I yearned to smell her sweet skin again. I was simultaneously bored out of my skull and completely overwhelmed with so much to do. Today was too much and not enough. It was loud and silent. It was brutal and beautiful. I was at my very best today and then, just a moment later, at my very worst. At 3:30 today I decided that we should adopt four more children, and then at 3:35 I decided that we should give up the kids we already have for adoption. Husband — when your day is completely and totally dependent upon the moods and needs and schedules of tiny, messy, beautiful rug rats your day is ALL OF THE THINGS and NONE OF THE THINGS, sometimes within the same three minute period. But I’m not complaining. This is not a complaint, so don’t try to FIX IT. I wouldn’t have my day Any.Other.Way. I’m just saying — it’s a hell of a hard thing to explain — an entire day with lots of babies…”

AMEN, SISTER!

I’ve been feeling a lot like this lately (read more here) and this sums up most of my days perfectly, how about you?

(Read full piece here – I’m not sold on the questions to be honest, but I get the idea…)

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4 thoughts on “My day was All Of The Things and None Of The Things

  1. gijanezn says:

    It was such a great description thatr eally makes you understand how hard/lonely motherhood can be!
    You are a total rockstar!
    xxx

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