Sometimes as moms we get so busy and wrapped up in the care of our family that we forget to take care of ourselves. And when we start to feel tired and burned out, maybe we start feeling guilty about wanting a little down time. What helps me when I get to that place? Is being reminded that I am not alone in the struggle to keep from feeling that I'm not doing a good enough job of raising my kids.
So when something comes along that lifts me up and helps me soldier on in the parenting department and maybe even makes me laugh about it? I wanna share!
Mother's Day is just a month away and this year Moms can celebrate the ups and downs of motherhood by seeing Mom's Night Out, a movie by Provident Films. It opens in theaters on Friday May 9th, making it the perfect way to take the night off with a group of mom friends for a night of fun!!
The movie stars favorite TV mom Patricia Heaton, beautiful Sarah Drew, Sean Aston and Trace Adkins. I was privileged to see a special screening of the movie a few months ago and I found it both hilarious and heartwarming. But more importantly? The movie reminded me that the most important work I will ever do is within the walls of my own home and that I need to not judge myself so harshly when I feel like the job is hard and frustrating and overwhelming. Because sometimes it is all those things. Seriously. Go see the movie. You will leave the theater feeling so much better about the work you do in your home.