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The best thing about being a stay-at-home mom RIGHT NOW

In my couple stints as a stay-at-home mom, I've realized that all moods, phases, schedules, routines...are fleeting. As soon as you get into what you think will be *the* routine, a kid's sleep cycle is thrown off (due to teething or a growth spurt) or a kid goes off to pre-school or you have another baby.

I read recently that Type A personalities have the most difficult time staying at home with the kids full-time, and I understand why. Aside from the reality that all will go to bed (stay in bed? Questionable) at the end of the day, nothing about being a stay-at-home mom is routine or controllable. A mindset of a living in the moment really does need to be achieved along side a dose of adaptability and a motto of c'est la vie.

Before I gave up social media for Lent, I spent so much time looking for a stay-at-home mom schedule. We're gonna get up at this time; we're gonna have crafts at this time; we're gonna have story time at this time! Of course this was all…

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