Kuiper Family PhotoWelcome to Mommy’s Me Time!

Being a mommy is the most rewarding job ever, but it takes a ton of energy! Since becoming a mommy I’ve learned that if I’m not intentional about taking time for myself, it just doesn’t happen. In order to be the best mom you can be, you need to carve out time to prioritize your well being. Mommy’s Me Time focuses on fun and relaxing ideas for moms so we can stay energized through the crazy journey of mommyhood. When we’re happy and balanced, we give our families a wonderful gift. We’re able to be the mommies we’ve always wanted to be!

With that said, take a few minutes to think about what YOU need, and have some ME TIME. You deserve it!

Definition of me time: Spending time doing something fun for yourself or something that may require a little discipline but makes you feel better after doing it!

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  1. Mallory

    Just randomly stumbled across your blog and as a new mom,was loving reading it. Then I saw you live in Woodbury, MN, which is where I live too! Small world! Love the blog.

  2. Cally

    I just stumbled across your site from Pinterest, I am so thankful I found it! I have twin 3 yr old boys and a 4 yr old daughter. I have yet to find anyone so far who is in the same boat as us! I’ve been feeling overwhelmed lately and I have been asking God to reveal some support. Then soon after I found this. I just wanted to write to say thank you for creating this site! I can’t wait to show my husband, we feel so alone sometimes!
    Thanks again and many Blessings to you and your beautiful family!

    • Tracey

      LOL! I, too, just stumbled across this website. I have four kids – Bryan (16), twins Sara & Jason (15), and Steven (14). Yep, that’s right. When Steven was born my oldest was still two and I had twins in the middle. And I know from experience that you are feeling overwhelmed, tired, frustrated at times, and extremely, extremely tired (have I mentioned that already?). But from someone who has been there, done that I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world! Enjoy your children every single moment of the day, don’t sweat the small stuff (and it’s ALL small stuff), and most importantly – don’t worry what the neighbors think! Let the grass go uncut, let the kitchen go upswept, and the beds unmade – all that will still be there 20 years down the road but you’re kids will have moved on and the grass will still need to be cut.

      • MommysMeTime

        Hi Tracey! Wow, your spacing is impressive!!! That must have been so crazy and so fun at the same time. :) Thank you SO much for this encouragement. It was just what I needed to hear this week. It’s so easy to get caught up on the small stuff…the dishes, the laundry, making a decent dinner, ect, but more than anything I want to cherish these moments I have with them while they’re young and want to hang out with me! Thank you for being a blessing!

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