This content is sponsored by Sony.
Most of us moms stay up a little later, after the kids go to bed, to enjoy some peace and quiet. With a house full of kids, I need some time to myself. Here is how I enjoy having the perfect mom’s night in.
How to Have the Perfect Mom’s Night In
Grab my favorite snacks
A mom’s night in is not complete without my favorite snacks. I enjoy a good can of pop, popcorn, and some chocolate. I try not to overdo it, but you can’t have a nice night in without your favorite snacks.
A comfortable spot
Every mom knows that you need to get comfortable and situated to enjoy her night. I love to pile up the pillows and get as comfortable as possible. The idea of mom’s night in is to relax and take all the stress off myself.
Shoo everyone away
When I declare it mom’s night in, this means that everyone needs to leave me alone. I don’t mean this in a malicious way, but you can’t have a mom’s night in with everyone bothering you. I don’t tell my kids what I’m up to, or else this night could be ruined.
Truly spend time relaxing
I’m a better mom when I’m relaxed and get my time to myself. It doesn’t make you a bad person, it makes you a more relaxed person. When you plan this mom’s night in, make sure you enjoy it without any guilt.
Watch my favorite shows
One of my favorite shows right is “The Night Shift” If you don’t watch this show, you will get hooked the first show you watch. The fourth season starts on June 22, 2017 and I can’t wait for it. I love how real life this show seems. Real doctors, nurses, and emergencies happening. There is a lot of medical and personal drama on, which keeps me hooked! Get this: Veteran’s Affairs and military medicine will play a big part in the show on August 10th, This will be an all Veterans episode, so don’t miss out.
About The Night Shift
The night shift team of doctors and nurses at San Antonio Memorial’s emergency room are anything but ordinary. The risks they take to save lives straddle the line between heroic and impulsive, but are always worth it. Season 4 picks up just 48 hours later with the crew navigating the consequences of their decisions. In Syria, TC finds that suffering has no borders and channels his penchant for chaos into saving lives. Back in Texas, Dr. Jordan Alexander (Jill Flint) takes charge to keep the ER running while treating more veterans and military personnel.
Parenthood forces Drew Alister (Brendan Fehr) to re-evaluate his risk-taking behavior as an ER doctor and in the Army, while learning to raise a teenage daughter. Surgeon Scott Clemmens’ (Scott Wolf) personal life remains anything but easy, but that won’t stop him from diving headlong into his professional one. Paul must deal with the repercussions of standing up to his father and pave his own way. His rival-turned-girlfriend Shannon Rivera (Tanaya Beatty) and charge nurse Kenny Fournette (JR Lemon) will soon learn three’s a crowd in a one-bedroom apartment.
So I want to know if you watch The Night Shift? Tell me you favorite characters I want to know!!
Don’t forget! The Night Shift returns to NBC for its 4th season on 6/22! Tune-In Thursdays at 10/9c!