Carve Out Time for These Few Essentials

Carve Out Time for These Few Essentials April 30, 2015

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You’ll also find regular exercise gives you more energy to do something that is absolutely essential: putting in some one-on-one time with your other kids. It’s all too easy for them to feel displaced and neglected when the new baby comes, so it is essential to carve out some special time to connect with them, consistently and intentionally, academically, emotionally, spiritually, and just for some plain old silly old mommy-and-me fun, or else they will grow up to be crack whores.

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  • Anna

    Wait, I’m confused: is that stock-photo jumpsuit supposed to be a reminder that once you carve out time for all those other things, you won’t have time to pee but that just means you’re doing it right OR is it supposed to be a cautionary tale about self-care and attractiveness? Judging by their grins, I’m guessing the former.

  • ImTim

    I fell for it for the first two or three pieces of “essential advice.” Well played Simcha!