Hi, fellow moms on mbc!  I am thrilled to be here, and would love to know how all of you cope with the daily pressures of work (in and out of home) and parenting.

I recently found that there are two things that help me a lot:

1)Smile - a lot!

2)Sing - freely

 

How about you all?

 

 

 

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I drink coffee. It makes me happy as I love the taste.  Also dancing or running.  I do either one daily. 

Hi Victoria,

I love coffee too, especially in the winter, the extra bold kind.

I like to drink my hot herbal tea, relax in a nice hot bath or eat chocolate:)

A bath sounds lovely!  I am also hoping to get a spa voucher for a massage from my better half today ;-)

Happy Valentine's Day, fellow mom bloggers!

SINGING!

during my sons bathtime I sing him songs then we cuddle and I rock him to sleep. This always makes me so happy.

 

also going for a walk or showering and getting all ready to go out (even if I'm not going anywhere) always makes me feel better!

 

http://hangingwithahousewife.blogspot.com

Blast some good tunes! :)

I feel overwhelmed with work and home all the time. Thinking of my little one and how much love I have for him makes it all go away.

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