Hi, I’m a mom of 3. 14 month old boy/girl twins and a 1 month old baby boy. I am blessed to be a stay at home mom, but being a mom is the hardest job job I’ve ever had to do. I’m here for the question every new mom wonders, how do you juggle the role of mom
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Role of mom
First, let’s talk about the roles of mom. You are a caregiver, chef, maid, nurse, driver, errand runner, entertainer, and comforter.
Your job as a SAHM is to take care of the children, and keep the home.Keeping the home can entail cooking, laundry, cleaning, and more.
Sounds so 60’s right? Well actually, being a homemaker is the most important job their is.
You create a safe, clean, and warm environment for your family. You are their backbone.
Not to mention, as mom, you are responsible for raising your beautiful children.
This is not to say you should take on all these roles alone, it’s important to communicate with dad.
I struggled adapting to my new role as mom.
It was hard to balance caring for my twins, keeping my house clean, clean clothes and a hot meal.
Plus, my blog was just a baby, I had to find time for that too.
If you are finding it challenging to wear all those hats, you are not alone.
There are enough hours in a day, and there is a way to juggle all of your roles as mom, and even find some me time.
I tried so many different schedules and to do lists that I found on Pinterest and I could never stick with them long term.
Do you know why? None of those schedules were tailored to my individual needs.
My tasks were not in the best times for those tasks.Which means I would crash, everyday my schedule would implode on itself.
I sat down and I spent some time really thinking about what I needed from a schedule. Before I knew it I created this course here.My course guides you through creating a schedule that fits around your children natural schedules, and tailored to fit your individual needs.We pick your roles as mom apart; babies, chores, work tasks, even me time, and find appropriate times for each task that you need done throughout the week.As your children grow, their schedules will change. All you have to do is go through my course again, so that you never miss a beat!What are you waiting for? Let’s get you on track so that you can master all your roles as mom and mom like a boss!