50 Things Moms Miss Most About Their Pre-Kid Lives

1. Sleep.

2. Money.

3. The never-had-a-baby body.

4. Having the freedom to make plans at the spur of the moment. Spontaneity.

5. Sleep.

6. Going to the bathroom alone.

7. Lack of mom guilt.

8. Personal space that doesn’t involve people touching, tugging, and crawling all over you.

9. Holding linear, coherent, uninterrupted conversations with other adults.

10. Sleep.

11. Watching television that isn’t animated.

12. Hot coffee…a whole cup of it all in one glorious sitting.

13. Walking around the house naked.

14. Grocery shopping without hyperventilating at the check-out total.

15. Sleep.

16. Being able to have a few drinks without worrying about having to wake up at 5AM with a hangover and a toddler wanting breakfast.

17. Being able to clean, and have it remain tidy for more than an hour.

18. Date nights that don’t involve a curfew as the meter ticks on the babysitter.

19. Not urinating after every sneeze, cough, laugh, or moving the wrong way.

20. Sleep.

21. Going more than 24 hours free from someone else’s bodily fluids. (i.e. being peed on, puked on, pooped on, snotted on, etc.)

22. Adult interaction.

23. Having awesome shoes. And having awesome places to go to while wearing them.

24. Enjoying a hot shower as long as the hot water holds out.

25. Sleep.

26. Leaving the house with a wallet and the car keys and nothing else.

27. Spontaneous sex.

28. Being able to savor a hot meal.

29. Having a telephone conversation that lasts more than a minute and a half uninterrupted.

30. Sleep.

31. Getting together with friends without having to pre-plan for a month beforehand.

32. Seeing the bottom of the laundry hamper.

33. Actually resting on a sick day.

34. Books without pictures.

35. Sleep.

36. Walking though the house without shoes, and not having to worry about sharp object assassination attempts strewn all over the floor.

37. Making decisions without worrying if you’re scarring someone for life.

38. Silence.

39. Having an actual day OFF.

40. Sleep.

41. Having a nice meal in a restaurant that doesn’t feature a drive-through.

42. Having free time to do absolutely nothing.

43. Having a clean car, inside and out.

44. Having a job, or even a hobby, that is a reflection of ambitions and talent, instead of how well it fits into someone else’s schedule.

45. Sleep.

46. Vacations that felt like actual vacations.

47. Staying up late for whatever reason, knowing that you can sleep in the next morning.

48. Having time, energy, and sanity.

49. Dates where conversation never centered around poop, money or schedules.

50. Sleep.

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Ferris 5 months ago

All of these, especially walking around naked

kelliekakers 5 months ago


Alexis L 1 year ago

This list makes me very nervous to have kids!! I like sleep!!!

Kristin Rothe Johnson 1 year ago

Agreed! And it’s every 5 points, I believe… 😉

Elizabeth Saucedo 1 year ago

Finally someone who understands what I’m going through !

Candace Ernst 1 year ago

having my own headspace for more than ten seconds before my kid notices she does not have my complete undivided attention… 😀 Reading anything is a luxury now. 😛

Sarah Locke 1 year ago

Def #3

Reality Chick 1 year ago

Thank sweet baby JESUS I’m child-free! How much can one reasonably be expected to sacrifice before calling themselves a slave? Do dads sacrifice this much of their personal freedom for their children? (Mine didn’t, and I know many other men do not). Genuinely curious here.

Amy Cowell Hildebrand 1 year ago

#17 & #48 for sure!!

Michelle Mittag Bollig 1 year ago

This is spot on! All people should read this before deciding to have children.

April_S 1 year ago

All these things! 7, 19, and 37! Aaah, yes. (and 36, except here it’s walking around barefoot without stepping on some type of spilled food). And 14, except it’s making it to the register without a toddler melt down after already spending 20 minutes in the store.

Heather Depetris McCaslin 1 year ago

Amen to this!!!

Azure Klein 1 year ago

Sleep is all i really miss… But i still have a newborn ( 8 weeks)

Sage Ryan 1 year ago

I don’t miss any of em.

Jesse Angielczyk 1 year ago

44 is the big one for me

Josie Taormino 1 year ago


Cheyenne Medeiros 1 year ago

Oh man, loved this!!

Ivy McGraw Cooper 1 year ago

Right!? Like you have ANY idea the extent of being a parent is before!!!

Ivy McGraw Cooper 1 year ago

It’d be soooo nice to just hop out of the car and run in a store for one thing, the post office, the gas station, the wine store! Lol

Jessie Ladner 1 year ago

Holy crap, these are all so true, except they forgot to mention sleep lol 😉

Michele DiBenedetto La Capria 1 year ago

My son is two and I am enjoying every minute of it so many people make their kids out to be a hassle when there are women out there who would kill for the chance to be called mom

Kit Novak 1 year ago


Kim Trefz 1 year ago

High five, sister.

Ali Forsyth 1 year ago

So miss 23 – all my lovely high shoes are in storage

Joanne Montgomery 1 year ago

Mother of a seventeen year old, two year old and one on the way…..although true, as they get older you get more sleep but more hassle, much less cuddles and much less money!! I agree with Karen!!!

Karen Surdel Major 1 year ago

As the mother of a 25 year old, I say you will get most of these things back when your kids are older. Don’t rush what you have now. I know these things are annoying, but they really do go fast and then you will be like me….wishing you kids were small again.

Nicole Spinos Motzny 1 year ago

Oh how I miss sleep

Nwanne Casey 1 year ago


Jenny luff 1 year ago

Exactly, as hubby takes 1st shift of bedtime duty……… Drinking tea quick ready to take over. Xxx oh the days of conversation. Xxxx

Sarah Meehan 1 year ago

Story of our lives!

Robin Munson Beals 1 year ago

Doing whatever I want to/need to AT EXACTLY THE MOMENT I WANT TO.

Suzette 1 year ago

Oh, how I miss #23, the shoe thing. And the pre-baby body that knows how to walk in them. And places to wear them on a regular basis. And the sleep to recover from wearing them. I have a much-beloved and super active 6 year old so anything I can’t run in is a non-option.

Shawn Ebel-Odeen 1 year ago

I only suffer from maybe 1/2 of those. Yay!

Christine Adamson 1 year ago

All of the above!! I know there will be a time that I will wish it all back but, right now, in it, I’d kill to have no one physically connected to me or needing me for 24 hours!!

Nicole Lynn 1 year ago

My skinny pre-kid body I miss the most!!!!!!!! Doesn’t matter how much I exercise or eat right it will never be the same!

Doris Valladao 1 year ago

In training for the teen years. Waiting for them to come home so you can go to sleep

Kathy May 1 year ago

and 31 😉

Tina Alderman 1 year ago

Number 29 is so us! lol

Leighanna Miller 1 year ago

26 and 31

Patty Hathcock Biafora 1 year ago

They’re only little for a little while. Reminds me of Race Adkins’ song You’re Gonna Miss This. I always drink hot coffee cause I have a thermos cup that keeps it hot for hours

Stephanie Kathryn 1 year ago

Wow so accurate!

Lori Finley 1 year ago

I wouldn’t trade mommy life, but I will admit there are some things I miss.

Lydia Enriquez Quijano 1 year ago


Stephanie Stephen 1 year ago

#4, 8 & 29! And of course sleep lol

Ginger Brunner 1 year ago

One more for the list… Pre-baby memory! Baby-brain doesn’t seem to go away!

Claire Russell 1 year ago

Only 50?!?!?

Roshelle 1 year ago

I don’t get it… Why have kids to begin with? This shit sounds miserable!

Marilyn Terriquez 1 year ago

Honestly, since losing my never-had-a-baby-body nothing else really matters. I hate to sound vain but i have no interest in leaving the house looking like i do now :-( and my baby is awesome, he sleeps well and hardly ever cries so l have absolutely no other complaints lol

Kirsten Johnston 1 year ago

#23 I don’t even know where my awesome shoes are :/

Amanda Carson Mettler 1 year ago

Laughing as I drink my lukewarm coffee that’s been reheated 3 times already.

Marnie 1 year ago

I still do #13. My poor, traumatized kids. lol! #14 is oh so true!

Amy Parr Olsen 1 year ago

Dead on.

Naomi Brice 1 year ago


genie 1 year ago

for us I would say being able to watch what we want , when we want- even if its rated R!
also having things stay where you put them!!

Meena Adams 1 year ago

#1-50: my non-gross body/adequate sleep-getting face.

Krista Hunter Hill 1 year ago


Nichole Tennyson Younis 1 year ago

So. True.

Delinke Bejczy 1 year ago

nr 7 ohhhhhhhhhhh yesssssssssssssss

Jennifer Hansen McCue 1 year ago

Wouldn’t trade it for anything but #7, #16, #19, #44

Moochie Molloy 1 year ago

Love the sleep one hahaha

Stephanie De Bear 1 year ago

The only thing I truly miss is sleeping in on the weekends and taking naps whenever I felt like it.

Frances Justice 1 year ago

Ah but the time goes so fast….not while you’re in the thick of it, but man the last twenty five years flew!! Back to the prekid mode except for #19, but hey they have surgeries to fix that LOL

Laura Goebel Tumpane 1 year ago

I must have written this in my middle of the night not really sleeping delirium

Harold Ortiz 1 year ago

Hold on there sisters! If you think that most of these do not apply to active Papi’s (dads) You are seriously mistaken…lol

Hsiuwen Jao-Torres 1 year ago

Sleep is definitely my #1, but I think the most difficult is when you have kids to care for while being sick as a dog yourself…

Amber Boutros 1 year ago

I miss wearing pretty clothes and jewelry.

Kellie R Bryant 1 year ago

I miss ALL of that!!!

Roxanne Voit 1 year ago

My baby is almost 20. I miss the noise. Never thought I’d say that. Now I have gotten my self 2 young dogs to increase the activity and noise level around here. Lol

Katie Cote 1 year ago

Love this

Danielle Kingston Fry 1 year ago

I’m weeping. Grieving for my past life. Holy crap, I miss it.

Angie Donadio-Hunt 1 year ago

My kid makes me sing the goodbye song from yo gabba gabba all day for everything 😉

Angie Donadio-Hunt 1 year ago

Personal space- there is a 4 year old rolling around on my legs and head butting me while I’m reading this – regardless of how many times I say ouch or please stop!

Rachel Renee Womack 1 year ago

All of the above.. Well lost of the above, some didn’t apply

Marina Cumming 1 year ago

No. 12…as I start to drink my cold cup of coffee…I add ice cubes and a little shot of Bailey’s and enjoy my iced coffee! Love being a mom…most of the time!

Sara 1 year ago


Sara 1 year ago

This makes me so depressed

Diane Luzio Minaker 1 year ago

Love how many times sleep comes up…sorry I was too tired to actually count! 😛

Ana 1 year ago

Well, I’ve never had #3… cause I ruined it by being fat on and off since puberty… so that’s out the window, I wont blame my kids for ruining my “perfect figure”
And #17… never happens, I have a big dog and love him to bits, and will never go withput a dog again. And ever since he was a puppy I realized that my house will never be clean again. EVER. Lol

Rhiannon-Kurtis Samuell 1 year ago

I’ve gotten those things back over time, but my kids are 13 and 6. Long past the toddler years.

Ashli Hanson-La Magdelaine 1 year ago


B 1 year ago

For men I think there’s just one thing. Not having to listen to non-stop bitching about how it’s so hard to be a mommy! Sorry, but I don’t get it. I could go on, but I’m sure no ones still reading after that comment.

Holly Froelich Weidenhamer 1 year ago

Oh so true!

Kali Lyles Morgan 1 year ago

All true, but I was also very, very sad because I wanted a baby more than anything.

Amy Paschal Keister 1 year ago

You give me hope!!!

Rebecca Carey Dyer 1 year ago

The life isn’t horrible, it’s just an adjustment. Everyone is entitled to a little reminiscing 😉 it’s not for everyone but I don’t know anyone that regrets their littles despite the changes. Do you girl!

Rebecca Carey Dyer 1 year ago

No one is saying they don’t love it, just reminiscing about simpler times 😉 BTW, not entertaining your child enough is not a bad thing, it spurs their imagination! She’ll always think you’re the best mom and hers is the only opinion that matters 😀

Helen Russo 1 year ago

I cherish the few and far between times I wake up before my daughter and am coherent enough to quietly make coffee.
They ARE rare, and I only have 1!

Chimpo 1 year ago

LOL. Parents really lament their poor life choices don’t they? Most nights I get too much sleep, I have adult conversations with other adults and the animated TV shows I watch are adult shows such as South Park. I have a meaningful job which leverages my experience and education which allows me to take overseas holidays every 6 months with my wife. We don’t and will not have a loaf which will kill our life goals. Sorry parents, having a sprog is a choice and you picked poorly. When you see an airplane flying above you, please give it a wave and imagine my smiling face waving back at you as it jets to an exotic part of the world… the most exotic part of the world your likely to see is the city park (should you be able to afford the fuel and/or the time to visit it). Have a nice life with your hopes and dreams anchor you call son or daughter. LOLLLLLLLL!!!

Helen Russo 1 year ago

sigh…pretty much. If I’m gonna want candy at 10 pm, I have to “plan”
for it at 2. No more late night runs to the grocery store!

Rebecca Carey Dyer 1 year ago

It’s satire, get a sense of humor.

Allison Diehl 1 year ago

51. Being able to vent without some moron telling you that if you don’t like it, you shouldn’t have become a parent (or how ungrateful you are, or some other backhanded insult that makes the speaker feel superior).

Annette Finkeldei 1 year ago

16, 21, 37

Maria Deanna Luisa Miller 1 year ago

Yes yes yes! …Love my kids would not change anything!

Barbara Fenton 1 year ago

Yes and he is only 1…

Amy Minor 1 year ago


Julie Ann Glutz 1 year ago

Number 44

Sarah Davies 1 year ago

My daughter refuses to get her hair cut because “then it will turn brown and not be special anymore mamma.” So I feel you on this.

Vanessa Alvarellos 1 year ago

Funny! But what’s the big deal about sleep? Mine are 3, 6 and 9, I put them to bed by 830 and we all get plenty of sleep!! It’s pretty much always been like that (after the baby stage of course).

Naomi N Albert 1 year ago

I never have to worry about locking myself in the bathroom or my bedroom because my 7 & 4 year old both know how to unlock doors with a screwdriver or toy if need be. Is this something they learned on Disney?

Audrey Flud 1 year ago

I miss when flashing my boobs in public was MY decision.

Alicia Cosman Throop 1 year ago

All true! Lol

Mercedes Lehman Untalan 1 year ago

i miss doing nothing lol and for me its drinking my iced coffee BEFORE ot gets watered down!! lol

Nicole Clark 1 year ago

Amen!!! I sure miss hot meals! And sleep!

Julie Ellis 1 year ago

So true!

Nessa Grace 1 year ago

I miss staying at work late and not worrying about picking him up from school.

Rachel Wenger Lehman 1 year ago

I had kids before texting so it was impossible to have any kind of real phone conversation without a crisis happening… Now, the grands wanna get in on it too…

Lucie Jacqueline 1 year ago

Maybe I’m a little odd…. but I love it. My daughter gives me purpose. I don’t miss those things. Maybe I used to. But not anymore. The only thing that does get to me as a parent is am I entertaining my child enough. It’s hard to keep up and constantly wanting be be the best mum you can be.

Éilis Mairead 1 year ago

I never had a clean car pre-kids and I love my body WAY more at 25 after 3 babies than I did at 20 before I got pregnant. But otherwise, oh yes haha. sleeeeeeep

Katy Jones 1 year ago

I miss long showers. Seriously 3 mins is about it these days, I swear my 9 week old hears me lathering up the shampoo!!

Jade 1 year ago

#19…all the way…Oh and all the others too.

Idis Lissette 1 year ago


Elizabeth Kelly 1 year ago


Lala 1 year ago

There are things I just never had to say before or thought Id ever, ever, ever have to say, like today, “take the chicken out of the book! If you dont want it just leave it on the plate!” Also, “stop putting money in the oven, ill turn it on and not know its in there!” What non-parent ever imagines such sentences?!?

Elena Piranio 1 year ago

Can I add one to the list? I miss going to the beach with nothing but my towel an a drink! Now, it’s a wagon full! Wouldn’t trade it tho!!

Jen Finnigan Guiao 1 year ago

I miss controlling the radio in my car

Chicone Fox 1 year ago

Having 2 teenagers, I’ve been there. It does get better as they get older. it knocks about 4 off the list. I get my hot coffee now. LOL 😉

Doris Vigil 1 year ago

12, and only 12. Some of these things are things I didn’t do before kids anyway, lol. But I wouldn’t trade my little terrorists, not even for hot coffee and sleep.

Karmar-karla Marie Roddick 1 year ago

So many of them are true

Brandi Worrell 1 year ago

Number 8…I can’t take a step without one kid freaking out that I’m forever leaving them. Then they step with me. What is a personal bubble anymore?

Dawn Bowering 1 year ago

Number 21 over the past few days; stupid allergies!

Vera Morgan Chitwood 1 year ago

These are spot on!

Emily Victoria Brandon 1 year ago

I get up before the baby–which does actually mean even less sleep–and I enjoy reading, breakfast, coffee, whatever for at least a half hour! I highly recommend!!

Mo Varley Streko 1 year ago

So funny- mine are 6,8,29

Bri 1 year ago

Oh…add “licked” to #8.

Bri 1 year ago

#12 is why I have been drinking my coffee from a insulated, spillproof coffee mug for the last 3 1/2 years. I can drink hot coffee for a couple of hours while distracted and even if my DS knocks it over it won’t be a disaster.

This list gave me a much needed laugh! It’s all so true and just the simple things in life.

Amy Etzler 1 year ago

As a mom with 20-something kids, I can say with confidence, you get most of this list back…. eventually. Maybe not the never-had-a-baby body because mine is still missing, but all I could think of when my kids were toddlers was I just want ONE ENTIRE DAY to myself without diapers and snot and tears and fighting. My kids were good sleepers, but I can relate to most of the rest of it. Hang in there moms (and dads)!

Olivia Clark 1 year ago

Although these are all true, I don’t think any mom (or dad) would ever change their new lives.. The list of how life changes for the better is a million times better than this. “you can sleep when you’re dead” I wouldn’t go back to “life before” for anything.

Kelly Whorley Hernandez 1 year ago


Michele Lucas 1 year ago

Only 50? Lol

nakedmommy 1 year ago

Still do #13…. 4 girls:-) Miss 49 the most: Date where conversation never centered around poop, money or schedules.

Melissa McAbee Zaher 1 year ago

Number 46… I need a vacation from my vacation!

Jessica Loftus Pribish 1 year ago

Not having to hide in the closet so you can eat your favorite food without sharing it..

Kim Sheeley Junis 1 year ago

This shit is why I don’t want to have a kid. Everyone goes on and on about how horrible their lives are after children and how it ruins their bodies. I don’t want that to happen.

Roe Minaya 1 year ago

Oh this is so spot-on, sadly.

Jessica Reilly Byrne 1 year ago

That’s why you learn how to chug coffee.

Skye Chapman 1 year ago

Yes to everything

Maya Begic-Hathaway 1 year ago

All so very true

Jennifer Jerina 1 year ago

Yes! Organizing going out alone is akin to setting up a space shuttle launch.

Chrissie Quez 1 year ago


Katherine Anderson 1 year ago

Number six. This was this morning. LOL

Michelle Cool Beans Alicki 1 year ago

Ahhh, #9, speaking to an adult without having to retrace your thoughts after yelling at the kids to stop spitting at each other…

Megan Novak 1 year ago

I love how there are 50 things! Because there is SO much to miss!

Dacia Quince 1 year ago


Rachel Sebastopoli 1 year ago


Erin J. Frye- Sanchez 1 year ago

44 more than anything

Rachel E Sims 1 year ago

Reading this list brings back these fond, hazy memories from a distant time. It’s like “Oh ya! I forgot my life used to be like that!” :) But what I have now is what I always wanted to do with my life, so I’m not complaining!

Tara Levin Mack 1 year ago

It gets better

Erin Nelson Sutton 1 year ago

I actually still do most of these. We weren’t party goers before our son came alone, but the thing I miss most is being able to go out to dinner and a movie without having to search for a sitter. My husband and I take turns going out alone. Lol

Aisling Marie Dunn 1 year ago

That article scares me lol

Christina Zellmer Nath 1 year ago

31, 32, & 33…oh, how the laundry gets to me!

Alina 1 year ago

None of it. I would not change any of it. All of this is beautiful if I get my baby =)

Tracy Knickerbocker Dube 1 year ago

Although I miss these things I wouldn’t trade my life now.

Julia 1 year ago

Oh to be able to stay up late and sleep in and enjoy the hot cup of coffee in a clean house!

Amy Bootz 1 year ago

Love this!

Danielle Moore 1 year ago


Giselle Castillo Wrobel 1 year ago

The shoes. The pretty ones have been replaced with good ol sturdy tennis shoes.

Christy Lynn Jensen 1 year ago


Alexis Merritt 1 year ago

I miss being able to walk out of the house and into the car without incident. Simply, walk out of house, grab purse and keys, get in car, go. I miss that.

Tina Barbaria Herman 1 year ago

I’ve learned to refrigerate my lukewarm coffee so it’s iced later in the afternoon–when I REALLY need it

Helen Sanborn 1 year ago

#8 was how my girls woke me up.

I miss sleep and quiet. And I’m a party-loving extrovert. Pretty much all 50 apply… Of course we love our babies, but I was doing some serious reminiscing while reading this list. Sigh.

Margaret Arcara 1 year ago

I agree with all 50!!!

Rosemarie Prince Terreri 1 year ago

Love this!

Maggie Adams 1 year ago

#44 all day long……….

Paulette Lanni 1 year ago


Viki Scher-Ivens 1 year ago

Awesome shoes with places to where them! Those were the days. Sigh…

Ana Marques Scher 1 year ago

#12 is the reason I only use a travel mug for my coffee anymore, even at home.

Ashley Daukaus 1 year ago

Not that I don’t love every moment with my kids, but when I look back to pre-kids, these are some of the things I took for granted!

Danielle Emme Pingley 1 year ago

All I miss is sleep.

Bree Teig 1 year ago

Drinking my cold coffee while reading this!!

Bonny Fox 1 year ago

#19 and #32 lol

Sammy Starr 1 year ago

I don’t know but I don’t miss anything :/ I miss not having my kid around 247. That’s what I miss.

Michelle Combs 1 year ago

I haven’t been able to go to the bathroom with no interruptions since I got married

Lorraine Neil 1 year ago

Worth it.

Kara Travis 1 year ago


Stephanie McCloud Worden 1 year ago

I do miss grocery shopping at midnight.

Holly Barnes 1 year ago

I miss going to the bathroom alone sometimes.. Others, I think, ‘How did I ever poop without hugs before?!’

Karen Lesley Cogher 1 year ago

Love this so true,it applies also to us grandmothers ,who live with their lovely Grand children!!xx

Stephanie Noreiko 1 year ago

12, 26, 37, 44…. Sigh

Jennifer Kirasich Adamo 1 year ago

omg!! YES! YES! and YES!

Jennifer Brehm 1 year ago

Sleeping when i am ready not when they are.

Holly Travis 1 year ago

I agree with every single one!!!

Sarah Leon 1 year ago

#12!!! I just added hot coffee to my half a cup of cold coffee!!!

Lyndsey Greer Williams 1 year ago

Eating a full meal, my daughter takes all my food

Ali Burnett 1 year ago

….as I drink my cold coffee and eat my soggy cereal….

Rachel Taylor 1 year ago

Oh the memories ha :)

Loriann Brooks Farrell 1 year ago

Taking a real sick day

Amy Minor 1 year ago

Not relating peoples experience to a child’s movie or cartoon. ” this is kinda like what happened to rapunzel in tangled!”

Cheri Haberman 1 year ago

Thank God for a microwave, otherwise I’d never have a hot cup of coffee!

Kelly Pigg Loyd 1 year ago

I like how Sleep keeps falling in there. That’s always the first thing out of my mouth when I’m asked this question!

Rose Ann Pritchett 1 year ago

#s 36 & 37!!!!

Pam Vaughan 1 year ago

Reading this now with my 3rd time reheated tea

Zandra Rios-Martinez 1 year ago

I’m hiding in the bathroom right now and this is what I read.

Maggie Civik Tuminello 1 year ago

I miss being able to blow dry my hair on a regular basis. And #12 and #16.

Mary Schnitzer Hochron 1 year ago

Omgosh. ..sleep; personal space; uninterrupted conversations; quiet

Brette Vosburgh 1 year ago

As I drink my cold coffee

Allison Twyeffort 1 year ago

Not knowing all the words to Thomas the f-ing Train, and having to sing it a thousand times a day

Marie Sikora 1 year ago

I totally relate to all fifty!!

Leslie Veters Sharp 1 year ago

Staying up late & actually sleeping in!

Lauren Jacobs 1 year ago

I get a few sips of hot coffee then hours later have to toss the cold, full cup of coffe out.

Danielle Maher Wetenkamp 1 year ago

Peace and quiet. Just silence. No noise.

Mallory Whitney Barber 1 year ago

Being able to leave the house after 9pm. :)

Lindsay Brama 1 year ago

Yes! Every single one.

Emily Martel 1 year ago

OMG the lukewarm coffee….

Amy Brown Choyke 1 year ago

Having the time to read a 50 item list. . .

Lisa Dixon 1 year ago

Sleep and personal space!

Em McRib 1 year ago

So much of #7 for me. So so so so much.

Amanda Harris 1 year ago

Cheers! (With my luke warm coffee)