Being a Stay-At-Home Mom Is NOT Easy

Dads. Think Twice before You Ask: “What do you Do All Day?”

Before I was a mother I judged mothers. I thought about how much more I would get done during the day then those other mothers. I knew that I would be a rock star mom who always had a clean house, my kids ate well-balanced meals everyday, I would have the time and energy to break the days into different activities we do and of course, I would always have dinner waiting for my husband when he got home.

This is how I pictured myself as a Mom – from

These other moms just didn’t have the energy and will power that I had, so clearly I was going to be much better. When I became a mother, I considered it to be a good day if I got to take a shower.  I get asked by non-parents sometimes, “what do you do all day”.  I look at them and want to fight them. I really wanted to share with you my schedule of my day to show you what a stay-at-home mom has to go through.


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Written by Nicole Christensen

Hey there! My name is Nicole! I am so excited for you guys to be checking out this site today!
Just a little bit about me, the author, I am a wife to a fabulous husband and a mother to two beautiful and amazing boys. I have my Bachelors Degree in Sociology and my Master's Degree in Criminal Justice, through my many years of education I have learned about all things people, society, the criminal justice system and safety.

I run my very own blog that I cover all things home decor, DIY, interior design and I teach people how to make their houses homes. You can check out my personal blog at

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