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Sep 01, 2009


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Hahaha! No way am I posting my typical day on my blog because it'd come off as too whiny considering I have a mostly IF audience. But here's the general idea (mine are 21 and 27m):

8:30-Take temp because I'm still charting. Since 2004. But hey, some day I might want more kids and since I'll be doing treatment anyway, temping is useless! But hey! I'm addicted to the one last shred of control (knowing at least what my cycles are) that I have. Husband gets up, leaves for work. I go back to sleep.

10:30-wake up again, this time to the kids yelling. Go get them up and change butts, clothes, etc. Breakfast.

11:00-playtime. LOTS of screaming. I'd say every 5 min someone is having a breakdown. Definitely at least that often. It's usually my son. I do dishes, etc.

12:30-1 (ish)-lunchtime (for them, not me)

1:30 (ish)-naptime! SWEET SWEET NAPTIME! Sure, there'll be yelling for maybe 30min-1 hr depending on how adamant they are at not wanting naptime, but at least they're upstairs in cribs "resting" and I can eat! And pee! And...do...laundry...and...ugh.

3:30-4-Naptime over. Butts changed. Snack. More playtime. More screaming.

5:30-husband home.

6:30-7-supper. All of us! At the same time! But I had to cook it, probably!

8-usually give in and let them watch a little tv, then do baths. More tv and play.

10-11ish-baby bedtime. after that I do chores and sit a while with the internet or whatever. Or, if there's enough to do, I go straight to bed after chores.

1:30-2-adult bedtime


Minus the getting pulled over part...this seems to be a pretty typical day around our house. {My daughter is 27mo & my son will be 1 in 2wks}

Emily Faulkner

Here is a glance at life at our house with my daughter who just turned two and my 11 month old son.


Here's mine: http://bunchofbensons.blogspot.com/2009/09/day-in-life.html

The kids are now 8 1/2 months, 2 1/2 and 4, but the day's have changed remarkably little.



So funny! Really the best are the 20 minute snippets of time where both kids have a dirty diaper, the phone rings, your shirt is half undone from nursing the baby and the UPS man shows up at the (glass!) front door. Yikes.


Ok, has anyone noticed how everyday is like groundhog day? Yes the venue, or activites might change, yet the same 'difficulties' repeat themselves over and over. And no matter what you do it's the same thing again tomorrow morning. Toddler refusing to do one of the following: eat, dress, bathe, behave, potty, nap, whatever. Baby crying for food, boobs, poop, toy, sleep, holding, whatever.

It's bliss when they are napping together, but my worst time are when they are both ready to nap at the same time ( yes they both require me to help), or toddler needs to poo poo when baby starts nursing. It's a juggling act on a daily basis and I wonder when/ if my typical day will get easier, I hear that's when baby is 18 mths?


Here's what a typical morning looks like at our house --



Oh man! I laughed and laughed at the whole nursing while the UPS guy shows up comment b/c that's happened to me, too!!

And Eric is into the head butting thing as well. Mom's the only one who has gotten bloody. So far.

Yep, just another day in paradise, right? :-)

Lori Lawrence

Here's a typical day at our house- so similar to everyone else's!


Here was a typical day a few months ago: http://routhierfam.blogspot.com/2009/06/we-have-survived-2-months-of-having-2.html

My older son was 21 months and my younger son was 2 months old. Things have gotten a little better since then, though not too much. I still only get 2 two hour stretches of sleep on a good day and the baby never naps longer than 30 minutes.


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