To you the out of breath mom who wants to throw in the towel on a hard day.
It's that day that goes off track at 9:04 am and you want to throw your arms in the air and grab the Ben and Jerry's from the fridge and turn on TLC and watch A Baby Story marathon and you're wishing that it was tomorrow and you don't know how to finish and the kids are fussing and you're totally behind and really you're out of breath.
Just stop. For a moment. Just for a minute and listen.
In fact, often, it feels impossible.
It's this battle in wondering if it really matters what you do. You're doing it day in and day out and you're still feeling behind and racing to try to catch up to this undefined bar of normal. Remember back before they were born? And how you dreamed about crafts on the table - you never imagined the spilled glue and glitter and paint on the face and that they didn't really care about doing that fabulous fall pumpkin craft where you glue on wiggly eyes - or the perfect day with nutritious and organic breakfasts or the Pottery Barn inspired family room with cute baskets and chalk write on labels or the mornings with a quick check off routine and laminated charts with adorable stickers and all of that?
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