The Bee Gees.
Weren’t they just dreamy? Those of us nearly too young to really know the Beatles, hung on the love songs by Barry, Robin and Maurice. Those outrageous leisure suits and stacked heels (nothing my CPA dad nor friends would ever sport) were fetching! I remember hearing these lyrics and thinking that my mother really didn’t go anywhere when we were gone to school.
How funny is that?
Can you imagine your kids thinking you’re just sitting around at home while they are off at school? As in, on the couch eating bon-bons and watching Netflix? (Hey - and if you ARE doing that - no judgment, just more power to ya, sister!)
Parenthood by default means juggling work, kids, and that sliver of a personal life. We all question what we are doing and we all see the joy and love and the frustration and struggle. Maybe you're going this parenting route alone or you're often alone. I know what it’s like. When my kids were adolescents, there were months my husband was gone 10, 12, sometimes even 20 days a month. It. Was. Insane.
I was a little insane.