How to take a break from your kids

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I am a stay-at-home mother, so that means that I am always surrounded by kids all day long!! To tell you the truth, sometimes I just need a break from my kids. In this post, I will share with you 13 things you can do to take a break from your kids.

My 3 children constantly want something from me and it’s sometimes too much! I just want to get away from it all.

Father holding his son, giving him a hug. Text overlay that says One Determined Life, How to take a break from your kids.

Parenting is hard! Most days I can’t take a break and I don’t have much help, it’s just me.

 My husband works full time and I don’t have family in town. I don’t have the luxury to have a break whenever I want.

so……. what is a mom to do?

How do I get a break from your kids?

Over the years, I have found a few ways to take a breath and reset even when I have my 3 kids around.

To find out what I do to take a break, click here

Parenting struggles

We all face struggles with our children every day. The work of parenting is relentless and stressful.

I share these things, not to scare you, but to be real with you. Often times I feel alone in my struggles. I feel like I am the only one who has kids who misbehave or who have issues.

Now, these are all lies, but it’s easy to feel that way when we are surrounded by social media that portrays a different story.

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Author: Anne Markey

Anne is a stay at home mother of 3 who has been married for more then 10 years. She loves the Lord and is passionate about helping women learn who they are in Christ and how to live a life that glorifies Him.

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