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Being a wife to a hard-working man has some challenges of its own. Do you feel this pain points too in your life?

Being A Wife To A Hard Working Man

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My husband wakes up at 3:30 AM for work, while our son and I are sleeping and he is gone for 12-14 hours a day. I wake up when my son awakes to a silent and dark house. I don’t take for granted that I get to be a stay at home mom and I am not upset that I get to do this for our family, but it’s lonely. It’s our son and me all day every day, well Mon-Fri, but who’s counting? Oh yeah, me.

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(Photographer: CK Photography)

My day looks like this:

Wake up.

Make coffee.

Make breakfast for our son and me.

Get our son ready for the day.

Start a load of laundry and vacuum.

Unload the dishwasher and reheat my coffee, because I never get the chance to drink it all while it’s warm the first time around…I usually have to reheat my coffee 2-3 times.

Get myself ready for the day, which let’s face it…I get ready for the day around Noon when I have most of the chores done and have a minute to myself.

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You can read the rest of this article over at KyleenBlogs website… Being a Wife to a Hard Working Man.

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(Photographer: CK Photography)

About the Author:

My name is Kyleen from KyleenBlogs. I am a small-town girl from Minnesota and I am a wife, mother and soon to be Real Estate Agent. I blog about marriage, postpartum and motherhood. I have been featured on Yahoo! Lifestyle, Pucker Mom, Her View From Home, The Mighty & For Every Mom.

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