What a Mom Has to Do to Take a Shower
Then the first child came. At first, it was interesting. I would put the baby a few feet away sleeping and I would take the quickest shower known to man. There was no shaving involved unless my hubs was home. Most weeks, I was a Sasquatch. Iâ€™d get into the habit of taking all my showers at night. After a while, it was all part of my mommy routine.
Then the second child came.
Since then, itâ€™s been a crapshoot. I either get a shower that lasts two minutes with soap still in my hair or I get one that last 20 minutes because they decide to join me, fully clothed.
My most recent one went something like this:
MOMMY! MOOOOOMMMMMMY, WHERE ARE YOU?
MOM! Are you washing?
yes, honeyâ€¦mommyâ€™s is trying to take a shower. please go play.
But Hallie threw her toy at me and I donâ€™t want to play with her right now.
Well, Iâ€™m sorry. I need to finish up and you need to be a big boy and play nicely. Tell Hallie that you donâ€™t like it when she throws.
She doesnâ€™t listen to me. Can you go tell her?
Because Iâ€™m going to finish my shower.
Iâ€™ll go check her, mommy.
â€¦me, grabbing my towelâ€¦
Even if my husband is home, this seems to always happen. I can tell them that Iâ€™m taking a shower or I can not tell them and sneak off OR Iâ€™ve even tried to leave the house and sneak back in and run to the shower.
But they find me. They always find me.
Anyone else got the same problem?
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.