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I thought I would love having my kids out of the house. So I’d have something to take my mind off the fact that my husband won’t be home from work for another seven hours. But for the most part, the conversations I will have revolve around Barbies, milk, and the potty.
Maybe my growing sense of isolation has something to do with the changing of the seasons. Plus, now that my two older kids are back in school, I am spending more hours alone. I find myself wishing they would come home to drive me crazy. I may even run into someone I know at the grocery store.
In the past, I blogged about loving being a stay-at-home mom, and I still do. It is not like my daughter gets off the bus just dying to hear what I did while she was gone.
But there are not enough collective block stacking sessions, or wine-glugging get-togethers to fill every hour of every day. Come holiday time, maybe I will be too busy to ruminate on how as a mom, no one really asks about your day.
“When you have it,” he says, “you have to keep using it.
Recently, I read a story on about speed dating for moms who are trying to form connections with other moms. But I say, anything you can do as a stay-at-home mom to help you feel a little less alone, is good.
Perhaps after reading this, you will feel less alone.
When it’s gone, it’s like, ‘Oh good, I can go back to my life now.’ I would stay up all weekend and go to these sex parties and then feel like shit until Wednesday.
About two years ago I switched to cocaine because I could work the next day.” Jeremy is telling me this from a hospital bed, six stories above Seattle.