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  1. OMG, next to the phrase, “You’ve sure got your hands full” when I go out with my four kids under 8, THIS is the next most obnoxious question ever. Great article and I feel ya!

  2. “…while my days are mostly self-directed, I don’t have a lot of “free time” to relax….” Thank you for this! I, too, am a stay-at-home mom with kids in school, but I am busier than ever! I remember days at work (outside the home) when I would check my email, shop online, & chit-chat with colleagues in between meetings and actual work. I don’t have that kind of downtime at home, and I so appreciate your words because I finally feel like someone else understands!

    • Oh, I TOTALLY understand! I even get frustrated with myself for not being able to get more done during the day, but really, by 2:30 I’m already at their school for pick-up so despite what some people think it’s not THAT much time I’m without them. So when they’re gone it’s a mad dash to get as much done as I can. Sounds the same for you! Glad you enjoyed my piece. 🙂
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  3. Seriously waited until my youngest started Middle School before I got a “job”. I substitute teach 3 days a week. I started “any day” the first few months and then realized I wasn’t getting any of MY STUFF done! Best way to use my years of classroom volunteer and PTO mom.

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