If you give a mom a blog, she’s going to ask for some time to write.
When you give her time to write, she will probably think about what has been and what is coming.
When she thinks about what is coming, she will remember she has four days of meetings, so she will want to prep her lunches for the week.
When she starts to prep lunches, she’ll realize the pans are dirty and she needs to wash them.
When she washes the pans, she’ll probably notice all the towels need to be laundered.
When she goes to the basement to do laundry, she might discover the Legos have been dumped out.
While she considers cleaning up the Legos, she will step on some and sit down to massage her injured foot.
When she nurses her foot, she will probably notice her toenails have been neglected and deserve some TLC.
When she goes upstairs to pedicure her feet, she will see a light on. She will investigate, finding very awake kiddos.
The kiddos will ask for a snack.
When she gets them a snack, she will think about how entertaining this parenthood thing is, which reminds her of her blog. Thinking of her blog reminds her that she was writing a post, so, she will sit back down to write.
When she sits down to write, she will hear a strange noise and she will smell something odd.
When she looks around for the source of the noise and smell, she will remember she started prepping her week of lunches and see that now her food is burning.
When she tries to recover the overdone fare, she will notice a lack of counter space and will start to clear it off.
When she starts cleaning off the counter, she will catch the clock on the stove and realize it’s very late and time for bed.
When she gets ready for bed, she will think back about what has been and what is to come. And chances are, if she thinks about what has been and what is to come, she’ll probably want to write on her blog.