Sorry - had to add back the word verification - Spammed

Sunday, April 5, 2009

How do you?

How does anyone get the time to post, read, work, change diapers, cook dinner, make crafts, etc? I need a bit of help in my time these days... when does it get easier again?

4 comments:

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Hi Tricia! I have a roundup coming up n the 7th that has a pirate birthday's in it. Here are the links!

Family Fun has some great stuff:

http://familyfun.go.com/parties/holiday/specialfeature/doca0603_pirates_sf/

And here are some from my Roundup:

http://partyperfectblog.blogspot.com/2009/01/ahoya-pirate-party.html


http://annekecameron.blogspot.com/2009/03/my-first-born-is-5.html

http://annekecameron.blogspot.com/2009/03/craftiness-of-pirate-party.html

Hope that helps! The party sounds like so much fun!

Z's Mom said...

It doesn't. There's always something that is going to need your time.

Laural Out Loud said...

You get a job that let's you use the internet. I swear, I got more done when I had a job than I do now that I'm home. There is never enough time! I stay sane, though, by letting one thing go every day, but not the same thing every day.

Regina said...

It does get better!!! My kids are 4 & 7 (almost eight) They play together all the time freeing up lots of time. Of course I hop up whenever they need something and we still do tons of together time, but they are at a point where they don't need me every second. No diapers either which saves tons of time. I also keep the healthy snacks in the bottom drawer in the fridge (and bottom shelf in the pantry) They help themselves to water and snacks when they are hungry/thirsty.

My oldest is in school during the week and my youngest is home. I spend all morning with him and in the afternoon I craft and he sits with me in my craft room "helping". At 8pm, after the kids are in bed, I'm in my craft room getting things done. It works for me, but you definitely have to not stress and just take it as it comes. Those early kiddo days I had way less time, but it's getting better and the kids are becoming more and more independent.

:)