I envy those people who seem to have known since the age of five what they wanted to be when they grew up. I've had many jobs. In my early years, I was an ice cream maker extraordinaire, a computer lab monitor, a playground supervisor, a babysitter, a summer camp counselor, a tutor, a Latch Key Kids counselor. After college, I worked at a sign shop, in daycares, as a preschool teacher, owned a business for a short time, and was a nanny.
There was one job I always knew I wanted, and I knew that I'd be good at. I wrote a poem about it in first grade that made my teacher cry. I always knew I wanted to be a mom. I can honestly say that I love it.
I'm not saying it's easy. There are plenty of days that I just want to sit down and cry out, "I just need a little help!" If you're a mom, I'm guessing you've had days like that too. This blog is for you. Sometimes, you just have to get in the right frame of mind. Sometimes, you just have to "Get Your Mom On". Don't worry. I'll help.
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