Nothing Done Today

I got nothing done today. I mean, I got nothing done today. Zero! I feel like a total idiot. Honestly!

I mean, why am I so incompetent? Like I had things I planned on doing, a lot of things. I ran around all day. I’m exhausted. I mean, how do I run around all day like a crazy lady and get nothing done? Nothing!

So, yeah. Motherhood is going great!

And I bet tomorrow will be the same. I wake up. I’ve made all these plans, all these things, this big to-do list I need to get done. And I will get nothing done! I don’t know what’s wrong with me.

It’d be nice at the end of the day, you know, I could like back and go, “Wow, you did a lot, you did great. Good for you. Pat on the back.”

But now every day just goes by and it’s like… I don’t know. I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I got nothing done.

What Kristina did:

1-got kids up

2-made school lunches

3-made sure everyone ate breakfast

4-fed the dog

5-dropped off kids at school

6-met principal regarding IEP (Individual Education Plan)

7-backtracked to pick up forgotten show and tell toys

8-filled the car up with gas

9-washed the dishes

10-started a load of laundry

11-cleaned up the dog vomit

12-volunteered in classroom

13-made an orthodontist appointment

14-performed surgery on the teddy bear

15-pulled legos out of the toilet

16-filled out the field trip form

17-bought groceries for dinner

18-dropped of the dry cleaning

19-picked up costume for talent show

20-started a second load of laundry

21-called the piano teacher to reschedule

22-picked up the kids from school

23-t-ball signups

24-talked a kid through a rough day

25-cleaned pee off the bathroom floor

26-helped with homework

27-fixed a boo-boo

28-made dinner

29-came up with a game at dinner to keep the kids from arguing

30-loaded the dishwasher

31-turned leftovers into lunches for tomorrow

32-talked daughter through friend drama

33-gave a bath

34-made sure teenagers washed themselves in some capacity

35-tucked in the kids

36-read the same picture book six times in a row

37-stayed up late helping with teen project

38-checked in on the in-laws

39-walked a kid back to bed

40-caught up with an old friend on the phone

41-walked a kid back to bed again

42-sent out birthday party invitations

43-scheduled the babysitter

44-walked a kid back to bed again

45-remembered to put the wet clothes in the dryer

46-answered 4 emails

47-ran to the store to get milk for tomorrow

48-updated everyone’s schedule for tomorrow in my phone

49-checked on all the kids

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