Homeschool Day in the Life Vlog!

Greetings, and happy Sunday!

There are only six sleeps until Christmas! Are you guys ready? For some reason, I’m super excited for Christmas this year. We didn’t get a big, real tree like I wanted, but we have a little one that the kiddos like, so that’s all that matters. All of my shopping is done, and I can’t wait to see their faces on Christmas morning! This is how their (and, honesty, my) excitement plays out in my mind…

In today’s vlog, I share a day in the life. I captured as much footage as I could, but, y’all, vlogging all day is TOUGH! Kudos to the daily vloggers, man. They are the real MVPs to capture, edit, and upload their stories every single day for our viewing pleasure. After going through the process myself, I have to say two things:

  1. I kinda like the idea of doing more “day in the life” vlogs. If you guys want to see more, let me know in the comments.
  2. I am WAY more patient with my children than I give myself credit for. You know how you think your day is crazy, you’ve lost it 700 times, and think you’re a bad mom because of it? While editing the vlog, I saw how I really responded to my children. I found that I truly responded more than I reacted. Before seeing this, I felt like I was always overreacting. Mom win! Capturing our day on video gave me perspective that I’m actually doing a pretty good job. This just goes to show that we gotta give ourselves more credit, mamas!

 

 

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