There are a lot of areas of my life that have been bettered thanks to being a mom now. I get to experience everything over again like I had when I was a child, I get to know this unconditional love thing and it’s basically the best thing in the world.
There are some parts of life thought that are made just a little bit more difficult now that I am a mom. Losing weight seems to be harder, finding time alone, going out with friends and keeping a clean house are all a little more complicated now that I have children to look after and nurture.
One other area of life that seems to hit more difficult is the cold and flu season. Pre-kids I rarely got sick with the flu — maybe once ever few years, but now it’s so much more frequent. The frequency amped up when my kids started to go to school and now get exposed to everything and then some — which means, we catch it a lot more often.
Click through to read 10 reasons why I can’t stand the cold + flu season:
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