Amazing what one can accomplish without baby at home. My mom took Shiloh for a walk today and as soon as she left I put on my "supermom cape" and was off to conquer dirty laundry, dust particles, the mess in my closet, and so much more. In a hour I was able to cross off most of the things on my to-do list. I really don't know how moms who work manage to do it all. I am blessed to be able to stay home and take care of my little one and my husband but I just can't find enough time in the day to do it all. Every morning I wake up tired and every night I go to bed exhausted and when I feel like complaining I think about mothers who have to work outside of the home and how much harder it must be for them. Moms who work and take care of their children and home I bow down to you. You ladies are amazing and I wish I could throw you all a big party.
This week has been tough. Our trip was great but it totally threw off Shiloh's sleeping schedule. She was napping every two hours and going to bed every night at 8pm and now I can't get her to take naps during the day and at night she will fall asleep anywhere from 7pm to 9pm. I really want to go to California this summer but I don't know if it's a good idea, especially with the three hour time change. I have heard from many mothers that after trips their child's schedule is affected and some even swear never to take another trip until they are older but I would really like for Shiloh to be the type of child that can adapt to any situation but am I asking too much? I'm going to speak to her pediatrician about it when we go for her 4 month check up and see what he has to say about traveling when they are still babies because in the end I want was is best for her.