I am definitely having one of those days where just one cup of coffee just won’t do! Having two kids two and under has its challenges and its blessings. I am still in the process of teaching my toddler how to be gentle with his sister. Its almost like he loves her TOO MUCH! Its a good thing, but I am still teaching him boundaries with his baby sister so that he doesn’t hurt her! 

Nothing better than a cup of coffee in the morning!

Both kiddos woke up at 8am and then we start the process of breakfast. Defrosting pureed food for Naomi, gluten-free oatmeal for Jaylen and a cup ofcoffee for mommy. Yes that cup of coffee is how I like to start my day, I eat after icon smile One Cup Of Coffee Just Wont Do . By 9am I was already repeating phrases like “Jaylen be careful with your sister” and “Jaylen don’t sit on her” and “Jaylen be gentle with your sister!”

Meanwhile the dog decides to join in the fun and start licking both the kiddos faces which causes some giggles. ALL while I am writing my blog post for the day!

 

As I sit to write my blog post a 2nd cup of coffee sounds delicious!

I really enjoy my one cup that I treat myself to. In my previous post about 10 tips to a happier, healthier you I share about taking that time out for yourself and do what you enjoy everyday. For me it is my cup of coffee. There is nothing better than starting my day by turning on my Keurig machine and brewing my favorite Newman’s Own Organic Coffee. For some reason today I have a craving for a second cup of coffee. Not for the lack of sleep but just purely for the whole purpose behind it… me time! I am the only one who drinks it in my house so its almost like it is just meant for me. Is that strange to feel that way about coffee?? LOL!

As I finish this post thinking of my second cup of coffee and a second dose of me time. Should I take it? Of course! Cheers to java!

 

Comment below if you like coffee as much as me! What is your favorite??

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