Finding time to do things for mummy that isn’t child related [Host]

Now's the time to get some mummy time

When was the last time you did something that was just for you?


No one else.

Chances are you have meant for things to happen but life happened and instead we missed out on time for ourselves. Part of raising a playful tot is establishing good boundaries. It’s not something that comes easily when there are so many situations that pull on our time and attention.

Situation 1

You find you’re the carer for the children all the time, if not 24/7.

It’s a desire.

You’re happy for it.

You embrace it.

You need time for you too.


Situation 2

You find you’re the carer for the children, nearly all of the time. It’s happened over time due to work patterns, maybe a choice to start with.

Now you feel stuck.

You need time too.


It’s really easy to have suddenly woken up in a place where everything you do is related to the children and less time on the care and feed of ourselves. I recognised this about me  and want change. This is what I’m doing….and incomplete list but it’s a start.

  • Notice what you do
  • Plan future events
  • reconnect with old habits
  • Try new habits
  • Be around new people

Many of these are really difficult to do but I know that my heart and whole person will be grateful.

How about you? What are you working on that’s just for you ?

We’re linking up parenting posts that involve us as parents. We keep the Sunday Parenting Party free of activity based posts and instead focus on helping each other as parents through giving and seeking advice and sharing things that worked.

If you’re new here we’d love you to join in by adding your post to the bottom and have a read of the other posts.

Welcome to The Sunday Parenting Party! This week’s hosts are denoted by the word {host} behind their link’s name in the list below. The SPP is place for readers to find ideas on nurturing, educating, developing and caring for children, as well as honest posts on the stresses of being a parent or caregiver. Reviews and Giveaways are welcome as long as they are relevant to the topic.


All parenting philosophies are welcome with one exception, please do not link posts promoting physical discipline as this is something we would feel uncomfortable having on our blogs.


PS: By linking up you agree that your post and photos are Pinterest, Sulia, G+ and FB friendly. We will be showcasing ideas on our The Sunday Parenting Party Pinterest board.

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