The theme for this week's Mommy Moment is motherly advise in connection with the Mother's day Celebration. To all the participants of Mommy Moments and to all the Moms out there, especially the ones reading this, the Mommy Merit Badge is for you! You may post it on your blog, post a photo of you and your kids if you want, and have fun with it. Just give me the link so I can visit you back. Go snag it, you deserve the merit badge!
Hubby took this photo while I was vacuuming our floor the other day. Thanks hon!
Being a Mom, you need to be flexible. You need to learn how to be a multi-tasker so that the job inside the house is not getting piled up. You can do two things at a time like cleaning the floor while running the washing machine. We have two dogs and two very energetic kids, so time management is very important for me to do all the stuff that needs to be done inside the house.
Prioritizing is also an important role in motherhood. I used to play games in a computer when I was single but now that I have two kids, plus tow dogs, I don't have time for those stuff anymore. I'd rather do something else than play games. Below is a parenting tip I got from Parents.cm.
Mom, Dad, and Baby all benefit from a, but finding one that works for everyone is challenging. Try establishing a regimen while your babe is still a newborn. Nursing in the same chair, establishing a bedtime routine, and scheduling regular playtimes are good places to start.
|How Routines Help Your Baby|
Hope all you Mommies will have a great Mother's day this Sunday. Shy ad I will meet at Raccoon State Park, so if anyone wants to join our picnic, you are welcome to join the fun with us. See you there bakla.