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What's the hardest part/time of your day and why??
Mine would have to be getting Dakota up in the mornings. My kid can sleep though anything and it takes me 20-30 min just to wake him up. Most mornings, I can pick him up and shake him AND he will sleep though it.
Location: Bossier City, Louisiana(missing Aviano, Italy)
Mine is also having to wake my kids up on school days. My daughter HATES to get up in the morning (probably because she spends the whole night not sleeping). I try to keep my 3 year old asleep through the process but it's impossible with all the screaming that happens in the mornings. Then I have to try and stay awake for the next several hours with my son until nap time where we both pass out on the couch.
Getting dinner cooked when Ellie wants to eat. I swear she cluster feeds from 5-8 and it can take what seems like forever to cook then eat for dh and I. Dh gets flustered and just hands me the baby while I'm cooking. We obviously afferent still trying to figure out a new schedule now that we have baby.
The hardest part/time of the day for me depends. Normally its in the morning waking the kids for daycare and getitng them dresesd. My little one fights me the most becuase he doesnt want to go to sleep at night. Doesnt help i have to get him up so early.
Wednesday nights are tough as well as we race home from daycare/work and make dinner if there is time and get dd ready for dance that gets over with then we come home and eat if we didnt have time prior and then start bedtime routines.