Thursday, 20 November 2008

Time.

If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands? - Milton Berle
Time for myself now exists in blocks of unknown quantities, dependent on if and for how long Maya will sleep. I never know if I'll have one minute, half an hour or maybe score a whole four hours to myself! As soon as I put her down I race through everything as quickly as possible. Sometimes I get to eat one bite of a meal, while other times I can finish a meal, have a shower, put washing on and write in my blog!

3 comments:

Fioleta said...

I found the unpredictability to be the hardest part of motherhood, but I guess I got used to it as it doesn't seem to bother me anymore.

chet said...

Haha....she 'owns' you now....

Stupid question - is that why parents put their babies in a separate room after a few months? To get some peace and sleep? And not some far-fetched theory like making them learn to be independent?

Ang said...

Hi there! Thanks for commenting on my blog yesterday...and CONGRATULATIONS on your new baby girl. How very exciting- and I read exhausting.