This morning I nursed Seedling, changed her, and settled her in her swing so I could take a shower.  I hurried to the bathroom and jumped on in.  Shampoo, face wash, conditioner, leave the conditioner while I start shaving.  Suddenly the sounds of Seedling crying come wafting through the sounds of the shower head, so I hurriedly rinse off, jump out of the shower and dry myself off as I run to my babe.  I notice my hair feels a little slippery, and shrug it off that I must not have rinsed all the conditioner out.  A nap, a visit to a mom’s playgroup and we are back home and I’m *trying* to brush out my hair when I realize I never rinsed the conditioner out.  At all.  

So I sheepishly hang my head over the tub and rinse it out.  

Ah, the glamorous life of being a mom.  I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world 🙂


8 responses to this post.

  1. Ha! I almost did this one day last week!


  2. Ha ha ha ha. Think of it as deep conditioning mommy style 😆


    • This is what I was going to say. I leave conditioner on my hair every so often and leave it wrapped in a towel for an hour or so when its feeling dryer than ever. See, even in the throes of mummyness, you’re still managing good self-maintenance


      • It’s true… my hair has been SUPER soft every since. But see, it wasn’t wrapped up in a towel… I dried it and went out to a mommy/baby playdate! That’s what cracks me up 🙂

      • I think the towel-thing just keeps it wet longer, dunno how much that affects absorption of conditioner. I get what you said, you just did the level in-between deep and normal conditioning.

  3. mum life!


    • So true. It’s funny… I think about my life “before” and “after”.. there’s no good way to sum it up. It’s just all these little things that make my life so incredibly, and totally, different.


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