"The worst feature of a new baby is its mother's singing." — Kin Hubbard
While sneaking out of Jacob’s room this afternoon I was trying to avoid a floor board that creaks. In the middle of sneaking out, I realized how ridiculous I must look. One arm perched on the crib, the other straight out at the side of my body for balance, my leg extended before me, and my toe pointed to avoid the creaky board. It kinda looked like I was walking on an invisible tightrope.
As I realized how silly I must have looked I had to hold back my laughter or risk waking Jacob. But if there was a mirror in there and I caught a glimpse of myself it would have been over.
There are more and more moments like these since becoming a mom. Moments when I catch the crazy in me coming out. Not scary crazy; more like what-would-the-neighbors-think-if-they-saw-me crazy.
Here are a few examples that I’m sure many moms can relate to:
What silly – or gross – things do you catch yourself doing since becoming a parent? Please tell me I’m not alone. I can’t be.
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