Sometimes a mom's day-to-day routine can read like a checklist. Get up, check. Go to work, check. Make dinner, check. Do a load of laundry, check. Quiz the kids on their spelling words, check. Some women consider the end of their day when they leave the office, step foot in the door, or kiss their kiddos good night. For other moms, it's when the sun sets or when they hit the hay themselves. It's said that once a woman enters motherhood, she never sleeps the same or shakes off concerns the way she once did, but did the length of your day change, too?