Thursday, February 17, 2011

The other day my friend and I were talking about those days when you are in your pajamas until right before your husband comes home (haha). Well, today was definitely one of those days, except that I was still in my p.j.'s when Eric got home from work, and I hadn't even gotten around to putting on a b_a (fill in the blank).
Ever since Oakley was born I can't believe how hard it's been for me to feel like I'm not constantly running behind. He's not the best sleeper at night, and I've been totally zapped of energy. I've always been up at 7ish, showered, etc. at least by noon, and finished the day exhausted from getting what I felt like was a lot accomplished. Well now I finish the day exhausted and all I've got to show from it are two kids who are still breathing (so far)!
Seriously, all I did today was try to nap. At least three times, with no success! Oh geez, I feel like a sack of potatoes.
I love love love my kids. They are the cutest things ever to me! And I love being their mother. I'm just hoping that tomorrow I find more energy and that it ends up being a bra kind of day.


Bethany Fegles Photography said...

You are awesome. I loved this post! It cracked me up! Thanks for being real so that all of us other moms out here can feel better knowing we're not alone! :) Love you and wish I lived near you!

Julie Graham said...

Chelsi, this is so funny! I completely understand and that is just the way it seems to be for a while after having a baby! For me, it can be frustrating when I desire to do so many things and be more organized but it does eventually level out back to "normal" life and more energy! :) Thanks for the post and the laugh!

Tamra said...

LOL...Great post and I am so glad to know I'm not the only one!! :) BTW your little Aspen is so pretty!

Sarah Lenhart said...

Haha! You make me laugh. :)

Your pajama days filled with cute kiddos sounds perfect. There's always time to shower long as Eric is cool with it.

Kevin & Rhiannon said...

I totally know how you feel. Sigh...when do we get to feel "normal" again?