I’m that mom. The one who has every good intention of leaving five minutes ahead of schedule until the kids lose a shoe or—who am I kidding—I lose a shoe, and suddenly instead of taking the leisure route to school, we’re hustling through highway construction traffic in order to shave three minutes off the drive and make it through the doors before the bell rings.
What is my problem?
Are you that mom, too? You’re not alone. Join me on For the Family today, where I’m offering some mom-to-mom encouragement for the woman who is always running late. Like me. And you. And thousands more. We’re like our own huge club of late-runners. Solidarity, sisters.
Click here to pop over to For the Family. See you there!
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