In the motherhood, it’s a full time gig you know

Motherhood … a full time job!!!Pah what a load of baloney I used to think, how blooming hard can it be!!!

You don’t have to get up at the arse crack of dawn and drag yourself into London on a train full of commuters.

person-woman-coffee-cup Surely every day is a weekend and you must have plenty of down time to just do want you want like drink tea and watch daytime tv.


I realised very soon after having my baby that being a mother is much harder than going into work.

Work is a doodle compared to this especially in the early days when Max was waking every 2 – 3 hours for a feed.

At work you get sick pay, a lunch hour and as many tea and toilet breaks as you wish, as a Mum it doesn’t matter if you’re sick that baby has to be fed and has to have the dirty nappy changed. Worse of all NOBODY cares if your sick and have a child to look after. You chose to have a baby they say DEAL WITH IT!

Dinner still has to be made, there are no lunch breaks or holiday pay.

Its 24/7  7 days a week 365 days a year.

Where on week 14 now and thank god things have calmed down.

Max is in some kind of a routine and sometimes sleeping from 11.30pm till 8 am.

In the early days when your having no sleep it can drive you to the brink but somehow you just get thru it, because that’s what being a mum is all about 🙂

Afterall were the ones who choose to have children, so where the ones that need to suck it up and get on with it.  Sick or healthy the sun still shines and the poop keeps coming.


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