I don't really want any advice, just need a place to vent so I don't go insane. I have 3 kids. Pregnant with number 4.
I homeschool the oldest 2. Well I like to say I homeschool but we hardly ever get any school work done. Anyway this morning we had an educational class to attend at 10:00. That is early for us. I've been exhausted for days, no years! Last night was one of the nights that my 3yo comes to room at 2am and demands almond milk and to sleep with us. So I get it bc I'm not in the mood for a fight and crying. I was up for most of night due to my round ligament pains and him rolling, kicking, and sweating on me. Everyone whines about getting up at 7:30. The same way that everyone was whining about getting to bed last night at 9:30. No one has any sense of urgency to get up, eat, dress and be ready to go. Breakfast takes an hour and I have to yell to get everyone to SIT and eat. My 3yo son emptied every toy bin and the entire book shelf 3 days ago and stacked everything in a huge pile. I let him. He is very good at stacking. However for 3 days I have been asking him to clean it up and he will not. So there is a huge mess in our playroom. The whole house is a disaster that just adds to the constant stress and chaos. So by the grace of God we get out of the house in time to make this class. I drive the 25 minutes there and pull into the parking lot....just as my oldest vomits all over herself, her car seat, her 3 pairs of shoes. I was surprised it was her bc it is typically my middle daughter. She has a nervous stomach and when ever she is excited she vomits. Arrive at a play date vomit, go to the park vomit, you get the picture. It's always fun to rush somewhere and when you get there you have to clean up vomit! At least she has puke cups tucked in the back of her seat. So I came home to clean vomit for over an hour in the hot weather which made me feel sick.
I can go on and on with my rambling and everything else that is going on to add to this unbelievable stress, but I need to get back to the unbelievable amount of work I have.
Thanks for reading and feel free to share your stress stories just in time for Mother's Day!