Grab your water, your towel, your headphones, change the baby.
Drop him off, go workout, you've got 1 hour, maybe.
Stop at the store, get some milk, eggs, and bread.
Wake the kids up, feed them, clean the kitchen, make their beds.
Brush their teeth, wash their face, change their clothes, do their hair.
Do their lesson, sing a song, go outside, get some air.
Rotate laundry, nurse the baby, try to shower, maybe rest.
Make snacks, clean the table, sweep the floor, bless the mess.
Wake up husband, he needs food, make lunch, time for nap.
Give him the baby, close the door, close your eyes, ASAP!
Yawn, they're awake, break is over, back to life.
Cut up fruit, feed the infant, cuddle hubby, be a wife.
Someones crying, see what's wrong, kiss the ouchie, hug him tight.
Hang up clothes, clean the bathroom, rock the baby, prep dinner for tonight.
Maybe chicken, or turkey, or beef, or spaghetti.
Or takeout, oh, Chinese! Little Caesars hot and ready.
Send him to work, grab some water, the bat bag, the cleats.
Go to practice, stay in car, catch some z's, time to eat.
Pick up pizza, make some cookies, clean the crumbs, put them in shower.
Wash their hair, put on their PJs, bedtime still isn't for an hour.
Have them clean, read some books, brush their teeth, say their prayers,
Tuck them in, swaddle baby, rock him to sleep, wrap your hair.
Have a snack, watch a movie, read a book, relax your mind.
Update blog, answer texts, get comfy, unwind.
Someones crying, check him out, take him potty, put him back to sleep.
Turn lights out, set alarm, check the kids, get off your feet.
Say your prayers, count your blessings, Thank God, say Amen.
Get in bed, close your eyes, In six hours you start again.
Every single day with these guys is worth it.