If you’re a working mama, stay at home mama or work at home mama you know how precious nap time is. You can either work, clean, read, write, make phone calls, cook or nap yourself. This time is so valuable to getting things accomplished.
For me, nap time is a double-edged sword. With our small house and a semi-light sleeper I quickly learned that I’m limited to what I can do during nap time but I feel somewhat guilty when I need to get things done when he’s awake.
I make it a priority to spend time with him before I start house work but at some point in the evening I do need to make dinner and hang up wet laundry.
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