Gardening, as I stated in a previous post, is beneficial for your children. The activity allows them to learn responsibility and realize the value of plants to Mother Earth. It offers the kids an in-depth understanding of plant growth, which is far better than merely knowing it from pictures and science textbooks.
Keeping every nook and cranny of your house pristine when you have little kids around is like saying that an amateur can beat the world’s greatest boxer in a professional match. It sounds great, but you know that there’s an extremely high chance that it won’t become a reality.
Once you become a mother, you are open to the idea of endless exhausting yet fulfilling tasks. You’ll have to accomplish at least ten to fifteen things in a day, and that includes cleaning the house, taking care of the kids, cooking meals, doing the laundry, and the list goes on. In fact, you’ll pretty much have small complaints about almost everything in the house, especially if things aren’t in the place that they are supposed to be.