the fine line between control and chaos - when a parent is scheduled so tightly they can accomplish seemingly impossible to do lists but one misstep and the whole house of cards comes down – getting the most done at the least cost (money, energy, quality, time)
Organized the class party, headed the fundraiser, went on the field trip and still had time to get a mani/pedi! She has been working at OptiMom Capacity all week. She won’t make it!
That extremely efficient Mom who seems like she’s got it all together – as opposed to the mythical and unobtainable SuperMom who can still be taken down by their own brand of kryptonite - OptiMom has it all together and is always looking for ways to fit it all in
The groceries, the cleaning, dinner on the table and a snack for the t-ball team; who has it all covered? OptiMom!
That parent who seems to have it all in control. Not only are their kids clean and polite but they head the PTO, lead the scouts and help at all the fundraisers.
We live among the children, hiding in plain sight, but watching over them, waiting...protecting. Though we are worlds apart, like us, there's more to them than meets the eye. I am OptiMom Prime, and I send this message to any surviving adults taking refuge among the schools: We are here. We are waiting. We will help.