As parents, we seem to put ourselves on the back burner. Whether it be your career or anything. When adding a child into the mix, you need to remember self care. It’s not a selfish thing to do. Just because you have kids, doesn’t mean you can’t take some time to yourself. It can be as simple as a bubble bath alone, a run outside, or a few hours away to shop. A fully-fueled and patience-filled parent will always feel better than one with a drained tank. Let’s talk some more about how to juggle being a parent with every other aspect of your life.
Scroll down for some ideas on how to take care of yourself to make sure you are always rejuvenated and ready to give your children the care they deserve.
Mr & Mrs
Never let that fire die with your partner. The spark will be there, but you may need to find alternatives to getting that special time you guys need. You may also wonder what is a normal change that other couples go through. Well, here is the low down on that and much more involving your Mr. or Mrs. while parenting.
Your health is as important as your child’s! I am talking about your flu like symptoms along with your mental health. Every parent will experience some time of stressors that may make you feel crazy, but you need to learn what is normal and when you need to get the proper help.
You know that never ending dispute with your child about picking up their toys or eating their food. Or how about chasing your bundle of joy around while they are covered in mud? Other parentsshares their tricks to help you manueavor through these daily “arguments.”
Remember the Jetson’s with the automatic cleaning maid and the food on command? These may not be that advanced, but I want to share some products to help you parent easier and keep your sanity.
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