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Let’s face it, once you become a mom, me time in its original form is pretty much out the window. I am honestly only really alone for a 10 minute shower, or occasionally if I run an errand on my lunch break. That doesn’t leave much “mama time”. I am thankful for this in so many ways, because my favorite thing to do is spend time with my husband and little baby girl. Yesterday, I gave a few ideas for what to put in a new mom care package, and today, I am showing a practical example of how to incorporate your “mama time” into your day even when it includes your man and your baby.
I know you’re probably thinking, how can I have “mama time” with other people? Well, I am encouraging you to think outside the box in order to incorporate this into your week. I have learned that you have to be extremely flexible having a child (or even a husband lol). So, here is a Practical Example of a 2 in 1 Mama Time in your day:
Step 1: Head to Walmart to grab the exclusive Pitch Perfect 2 Blu-Ray/Soundtrack combo pack. Soundtrack includes some of your favorite songs from Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect 2 (while supplies last)
Hint: I would grab some yummy snacks to enjoy as well.
Step 2: Enjoy 2 in 1 Mama Time by:
Singing in the Shower
Download the soundtrack to your phone or Bluetooth device and crank up your soundtrack complete with your favorite songs from Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect 2. Bust it out in the shower and enjoy those 10 minutes.
Mama’s Movie Pick
Remember, the snacks are important, so don’t forget to grab those at Walmart when you are picking up your Pitch Perfect 2 Blu-Ray/Soundtrack Combo pack. Designate a night in your week just for mama time and enjoy a movie of your choice and yummy snacks with your Hubby. You can wait until your baby goes to sleep, or if they are calm enough, have them sit with you (this is easy for us now because Brooke loves to sit in our lap and play with her toys, but I know it won’t be that easy for long).
This is just one idea of how to incorporate “mama time” into your week. The key, like I mentioned, is to think outside the box. Magazines and toe nail painting during nap time, at home movie nights, shopping on your lunch break, and singing in the shower are just a few ideas!
What out of the box ideas do you have for “mama time”?
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