Mom Stress Be Gone!
We all feel it. Parent stress! Sometimes it consumes me. I wonder how Iâ€™ll manage my everyday life. Youâ€™ve probably wondered too, especially if you just added a new baby to the puzzle.
Donâ€™t fret. You can do this! Iâ€™ve found that with just a little organization, I can turn â€śI canâ€™tâ€ť into â€śI totally can!â€ť
Create two lists. One is a â€śto-do-todayâ€ť list. Itâ€™ll contain all your priorities that HAVE TO be done today without fail. Put everything on it that is worthy of completion today.
Then create another list,â€śTo-doâ€ť: Itâ€™ll contain items that you want to get done but may need help or some time away from the kids. I try and ask my spouse or a friend to help out with these items.
The point is to not overwhelm yourself. Donâ€™t try to do too much. As always, your baby is your top priority. Just remind yourself over and over: So what if the house is a little messy and the dishes arenâ€™t done?
Ask for help. Work together to get things done. Donâ€™t do things that donâ€™t have to be done now. But most of all, donâ€™t let the stress consume you.
How do you destress? Do you ask for help at home? Are there tips you can give to help out new moms?
Kristi Gilbert also known as The Robot Mommy started blogging after successfully getting her son to eat by talking like a robot. She then transformed into said robot and has been writing about her familyâ€™s adventures ever since. Inspired by her infant daughter, imaginative toddler son and supportive husband, she documents life as she knows it: chaotic, coffee soaked and filled with awesomeness.