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Location: Currently living in Oxnard, Ca hometown Jacksonville, FL
I am right there with you. My 10 month old is giving me a run for the money. And having DD home and having to keep her entertained. Then taking the 3 oldest boys too and from school, plus homework and etc. I feel like I am running on fumes.
Mrs. C Roman:
Mommy to: Jahdiel Benjamin, Jaiden Jaiver, Jalen Elias, Jaslene Mercedes, Jace Anthony
For me pregnancy naturally makes me more sluggish and tired. But I've noticed a difference when I eat healthy, and work out. I might not feel like working out or feel like I have enough energy but once I get lifting weights and doing cardio I feel much better afterwards. And if you can help it try to get 8hrs of sleep:]
Sorry, no tips here either. I wish I could nap but only my dd takes a nap and I'm afraid if I close my eyes I'll sleep through picking up my oldest from school. Plus I'd feel bad having my 4 year old fend for himself for an hour.
I'm sooooo tired....I have a 3 and 4 year old. My 3 year old doesn't believe in sleep and my 4 year old throws tantrums like its cool. I work full time and drive the kids between states every day. I'm beat.