10. The weekend doesn’t feel all that different from the rest of the week.
9. You find yourself planning meals and outings around your kids bowel habits. I won’t say more than that.
8. Your knowledge of parasites and other rashes can rival your local pediatrician’s. Or at least you know it will after all this is over.
7. Without trying, you have memorized at least three of your kids’ favorite books.
6. Sleep? What’s that?
5. You accidentally call your husband “pumpkin” on the phone. Yea, did that today.
4. Getting dressed up enough to be seen in public feels like a real accomplishment.
3. The majority of your Facebook posts include your kids’ exploits and not your own.
2. Incredible meals are ones that can be gotten on the table in 10 minutes or less.
1. In the middle of the tears, meals and chaos, you have those moments when your child says “Can I give you a hug?” or “I love you” or “I want to talk to you” and you know that despite the hard times, it’s all worth it.
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