I am betting you are here because you are a lot like me and realized that you are not the fun mom anymore. I want to help you with some of the wisdom I have gained over the years…
“MOM! You never play with me anymore!!” my son said with huge tears in his eyes.
It is true. I haven’t taken the time to play with my children in a long, long time. Work time takes up far more of my days that I ever care to admit. My days so full of duties, lists, and plans that I have long forgotten what it meant to have fun.
I wake up with just enough time to dress and get the kids started on their school work before I have to start on my work chores. And I am really not okay with that.
Now that I know that my priorities are not in line with my heart I have to make some changes. Big changes. You’ve already made the biggest change ever just by knowing that you need to make some changes in your life to have fun with your children. The most important thing we can do is spend time with our children.
What it boils down to is that my priorities are not at all in line with my heart. Some where along the line I forgot that I need to have blank space in my day to just be mom. I need to have a time to enjoy my children and show them that they still “have” me. I feel terrible that I have forgotten that.
Bear in mind that I am a work-from-home, homeschooling mom. That means that my children have direct access to me 24/7. While I am available to them all day long I cannot (and will not) be their constant entertainment.
Let me help you learn to be a fun mom again!
Today I am going to give you 6 easy tips to help us both become fun moms again. These tips go further than taking a walk or doing group yoga. I want to really help you be fun again.
Don’t worry mom! We are in this together!
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