The early years of parenting are very much like the movie, "Groundhog Day" where Phil, a weatherman, relives the same day over and over again. I think this is why I can't believe three years have gone by since my daughter was born.
Days with my little ones often blur together, especially during the winter. We are cooped up more, and our daily activities are more or less the same. Sure, there's dance class and gymnastics, dinners out, visiting with friends and family, but the bulk of our days are similar. Some days I feel like all I've done is dress/undress, diaper and feed my kids. They're important tasks, but they can give you the feeling that everyday is exactly the same. And it totally skews my sense of time. (What day is it today?) The worst was during the newborn era. There may have been a few days when I never leftRead More »from How My Life is like Groundhog Day