Being a mother you are faced with tough decisions, day in and day out.
What food to give them that isn't full of processed junk but convenient enough to fit into a working parent's lifestyle? Is this show educational enough? Does this book send the right message? Where to send them to school? Am I being a good role model as a Christian? Financially?
The list goes on and on.
Then there are the lesser important decisions but decisions none the less that you have to face every single day.
Do they need a jacket to go outside? Are they safe playing on the trampoline? Are they going to need baths tonight? Should we watch a movie together? Where are all the matches to the socks I have in front of me?
Then there is the age old question. You notice your child has fallen asleep in what cannot possibly be a comfortable position:
A. Attempt to move him into a more comfortable position so he won't wake up cranky and crying with a sore neck?
B. Leave him alone for fear of waking it up?
Well.... What do you do?
I was faced with that dilemma today.
It was a bad day.
He was riled up. He was rambunctious. He was a chatter box. A terror to his sister and the cats. His stomach was a bottomless pit.
So when I noticed that he had fallen asleep in the chair, I chose the latter.
They are so cute...when they're sleeping.