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Are you one of those moms who has her act together? Do you wish you were?

Are you always ready to go out at a moment's notice, packed up, prepared for anything. Daily shower, dressed and ready for morning errands and fun? Or, do you wish you were, and need some help?
I am not. I envy those that are. Give me your best tips...Are you really scheduled? Do you have a chore list?
Seriously, there are days when I'm still in my pjs at lunchtime, but I can't get out of my own way!

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I've never been ready to go out at a moments notice, even before the kiddo! But I think I still fairly have it together. I can get ready in under 30 minutes. I don't have any tips except that I'm good at hauling butt when I need too!!!
Yeah, I always get my nursing bag standby and equiped with all my daughter's necessity.
Beside, I practice taking early bath every morning (I took bath with my daughter). So whenever I planned to go out, I just change my clothes and filled up some water or milk powder for my daughter and ready to go!

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