Project 52: Week 6

I am incredibly spoiled.  My husband works pretty regular hours during the week, and when he's home with us on weekends, he wants to do nothing but play.  So when he told me he had to go away for two straight weeks for training for work, I felt like I got punched in the gut.  Then I got to thinking...

I thought about one of my best friends, who spent the better part of her 20s as a single mom, working full time, going to school part time to earn her Master's degree, all the while raising one of the most incredible little girls I've ever known.  I thought about my neighbor, whose husband was deployed with the Navy for 8 months this past year.  The girl did the work of both parents AND full time student, never asking for help and rarely accepting help when it was offered.  To say these women are amazing is a gross understatement.  

My Glimpse Into Motherhood this week is a glimpse into what a mere snippet of their experiences as mothers has been.  I know my husband is safe, and my time on my own with my girls is finite and brief in comparison to 8 months for the military wife...or 7 years for the single mom.  I can get through 2 weeks alone, and I'll get by with a little help from my friends.  Say hello to my little friends:

Having really cute and funny kids helps too though:

If you'd like to start your own Project 52: Glimpse Into Motherhood, click on the link below:

Project 52 Glimpse Into Motherhood


  1. I love THIS. Even though I'm not a mom yet. I'll take pointers from the master!- Love Rachel Gaston

  2. Ahhh, grasshopper...I am not the master, but the student! :)

  3. Hi! Jumped over from Project 52! Your girls are adorable, and I just loved this post! Nice to meet you!

  4. @Kristi - Hi and thanks! I actually read your blog earlier this morning and was unable to comment...as the mother of a girl with gorgeous locks, I was sick reading about your daughter's haircut! She's still beautiful, and it will grow back. Hang in there!

  5. Hang in there, you can do it! I was nervous about being a single mom, but we've got it down and we have a lot of fun. we're a team! and looks like you've got two sweethearts willing to be part of your team. good luck.

    p.s. hopped over here from Project 52!

  6. Thanks for your comment. It's good to know I'm not the only one who has a daughter addicted to chocolate milk.

    You write about motherhood so beautifully! I'm glad to have found a new and uplifting blog to enjoy!