sometimes, i wish…

I love what I do.


But, some days it is tough. I did not imagine how tough it would be to be a mom.




I am so thankful for the opportunity I have to stay at home with our young children. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I am a dreamer.

I dream of what it will be like when the kids are in school, and I have hours to myself during the day. I dream of what I will do with my time. I dream of how much I will be able to do.




It’s exciting, exhausting, and frustrating. I want to be able to do. it. all. now.

I read this article passed on to me by a local mom and multiple business owner.

Sometimes, I wish I had started a blog years ago. Sometimes, I wish I had started my own interior design business years ago. Sometimes, I wish…

But, I can’t get caught up in that.

I love what I do.


home is…loving what you do.

4 thoughts on “sometimes, i wish…

  1. Megan says:

    I agree that it is the toughest job and the best job… ever! Being a nurse… working nights, understaffed and under-appreciated was much easier than being Mommy. Going back to work would seriously be a break for me, yet I wouldn’t trade a minute of this precious time with my little ones! I feel quite blessed to have this opportunity. And there is nothing wrong with dreaming!!

  2. kathy says:

    Loving what you do and dreaming of doing more are good things! You’re in charge of your growing of course… “He who isn’ busy being born is busy dying” – Bob Dylan

  3. Jessica says:

    Oh motherhood is tough… it’s not for the weak… it makes you strong and builds character. But it s fantastic and rewarding. I put my career on hold for 12 years. As frustrating as being a SAHM was I would not change a minute of it. I have 3 kids in school all day long. I have a couple of PT jobs and am slowing easing back towards my career plan/goals… life is good. But busy. There is still not enough time. My house is never clean enough… the kids don’t have enough time with me… I’m spread too thin… I too want it all… I too am a dreamer. I know as I work through these changes in my life and adjust to being a working mother, that I will achieve those dreams. I believe in fairy tales! Thanks for stopping by. Love your blog!

    • stephany @ home is what you make it says:

      Thank you.
      I truly LOVE what I do and would not want anybody else to be with my kids all day long. This is what I want to do, but some days are really tough.
      I try to have fun, focus on the positive, and continue to dream. I want to teach my kids to do the same.
      Thanks for stopping by!

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