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Single (temporary) momhood crazyness.

      As I sit here at a library computer typing I am thinking about how crazy the last three weeks have been while my husband has visited family in China .   I am also very grateful he will be home soon and I will no longer be single handedly taking care of our three childrens.   The day after Christmas my husband left to visit his family.  Since then I have been trying like crazy to keep up with our three very active children.   F is 8 yrs old and a loving  sensitive boy.   F is also very hyperactive and has Tourrettes Syndrome .    SB is 6 years old and a fun  but slightly bossy girl.    Finally, LL  is 4 1/2 and waiting impatiently to turn 6 which to her mind it the the number to be.   All three are great kids and I enjoy all of them but as I have been telling them "I am ready for a vacation , with no kids and no husband" .    Ideally,  2 days by myself in a nice hotel room with a jacuzzi and a spa.   Oh what the heck, if I am going for the daydream  , then my vacation will be at a Spa,  and there will be horses and I can go riding .    Reality intrudes,   my vacation when my husband returns will more than likely be 5 minutes alone in the bathroom with a book.

      Time to join the mom parade again as it is 3 pm and school will be getting out soon.    May the afterschool crazyness begin until I fall into bed exhausted.

 

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