Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Am I Boring you?

I'm a working mom, this you all know. But on Saturdays? I'm a full-time mommy and I love it.  However, some days, I wonder if I'm doing enough. 

It's something us moms worry about. We want our kiddies to be the best and brightest and from what we're told it starts now {at infancy}.  For me, parenthood can easily become one big ball of paranoia. And this Saturday I caught myself thinking...

Am I boring you? Am I doing enough? Is your tiny little brain learning enough with me?

Throughout the day we do some of this...


and this...


oh you know and some rollin' around...


and usually some of this...

Yes, he's only one month old in this photo, but I love those little wrinkles!
and of course I shower him with love.

So why do I still wonder if it's enough? I want to be the best mommy I can be {as cliche as that might sound}. I never expected mommyhood for myself, never planned for it or thought about what I'd do to fill the days with my little one before he came along. So now? Now I find myself worried I'm not doing enough for Baby J's development.

But honestly? I can't think of anything new I don't do with this bundle of joy at this stage.

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3 comments:

  1. I think the exact same thing every weekend when I get to be a full time mommy for a couple days. :) It sounds like you're doing great, momma! We also like to go out on Saturdays and walk around with the stroller. Even if it's just the grocery store, Colin LOVES to ride around and watch the world go by!

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  2. Aww! I think you're totally just way over thinking it - which in itself shows you're a great mom. I think he looks as happy and content as can be!

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  3. Oh goodness, I totally know what you mean! I go through periods where I think the same thing and start to obsess about "am I engaging you enough?", "are you learning enough?", "how the heck do I start implementing discipline", etc. and my son is nearly 18 months old. I don't know that these types of worries (and all the rest!) will ever go away. I guess it's just part of being a mom.

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