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I always say, as a working mom, that I work "full-time, all the time".  I can't seem to walk in the door from work without my daughter running to me screaming, "I have to go potty!!".  I assure you, sweet girl, I am NOT the only one who can take you to the bathroom.  So, with puffy winter coat still on and purse in hand, I wipe bottoms and wash hands. 

 

Then it's bathtime for the both of them, PJ's, book time and snuggling with my 1 year old. Don't get me wrong, Hubby helps out, but there just seems to be something about Mom that kids can't get past.  Do we snuggle better? Do we give better hugs?  Are we the first ones there with a scraped knee? 

 

Being full-time all the time is definitely hard work.  But I sure as heck wouldn't change it for the world.

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It usuallly takes me atleast 5 minutes to take my coat off when I get through the door too! I always say I am a full time mom who works full time!
It never ends! Anytime I'm at home, the kids want me to what their dad does when I'm gone. As soon as I hit the door, they come running to tell me all about everything that happened since I left, even if it was only an hour ago. Sigh...it's so nice to be needed! :) Wouldn't have it any other way.

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