In the car I go from mom life to thug life in 5 seconds shirt, lady v-neck, hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Today was the most special day of my life as a mom. I recently started reading a book called “Hands Free Mama” by Rachel Stafford. It’s about freeing your hands from distraction (phone, social media, work, etc) and intentionally spending time with your family. I don’t even know how many opportunities I’ve missed to make memories with my boys because I was distracted by the latest cat video, Facebook mom group argument, or thug life meme. I mean—how stupid is that? That’s In the car I go from mom life to thug life in 5 seconds shirt.
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Since this conviction the book has allowed me to feel, I’ve intentionally put my phone out of reach and been spending much more time just playing and interacting with my boys. We’ve cooked together, played legos, had dance parties to songs about pirates, and had plenty of karate chop practice, In the car I go from mom life to thug life in 5 seconds shirt. Answer those questions to yourself honestly, you may be surprised at what you find in your own heart.
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In the book, it talks about also taking the time to talk to your kids while in the car. Today, we were on our way from Asheboro to Lexington (about a 30 minute drive) to see my sister so instinctively plugged my phone in to the USB and scrolled to find my favorite podcast, as I do in every drive and told Ellis to keep quiet as his brother was just falling asleep. After Luke was good and snoozing, I adjusted my rear view mirror to see my 5 year old, tooth wiggling child staring out the window. This was my opportunity in the car I go from mom life to thug life in 5 seconds shirt and I was missing it. I cut the radio off and asked him what he was thinking about.
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