Capricorn Mom Horoscope: October 29 – November 4
You’re the glue that holds your family together, Capricorn mama, but don’t let it stop you from letting your hair down every once in a while. Monday’s full moon in Taurus activates your celebratory fifth house, encouraging you to inject some pleasure into your world. We know that you need to be a master juggler to keep everything running smoothly, but you can also make a bit of room in your week for an activity you enjoy. Besides giving yourself a much-needed break, it’ll put you in a better headspace when dealing with cranky babies, piles of laundry, and carpooling the kids. As the fifth house also rules love, this full moon also arouses your inner romantic for the next two weeks. Single? When you’re out and about, even when you’re grocery shopping or picking up the kids from daycare, pay attention to prospects that cross your path. A flirtatious encounter could quickly morph into something seriously worth exploring. If you’ve been casually dating someone over the last six months, this lunar light could bring on a tidal wave of passion. (Make sure your sitters are flex with their schedules—you might choose to come home way past curfew.) Already spoken for? Let go of petty complaints and bring back the love with more kid-free time together. Conversations could quickly turn to babymaking, but just make sure you’re both ready to expand your brood. Getting pregnant might happen a lot easier than you imagine. Spend more time with your babes this week. If you have more than one, set up special one-on-one time with each of them. They’ll revel in the extra attention, making it special for both of you. Also on Monday, communicator Mercury moves into Sagittarius and your dreamy twelfth house. Your creativity is at a peak over the next two weeks but the key to accessing it is ensuring you give yourself enough down time. Get up 20 minutes before the kids rouse and record your dreams or just freewrite. Alternatively, call up the sitter so you can escape to a guided meditation class for a much-needed break. It’s also a great time to teach your little ones by example. Let go of grudges. Some relationships don’t stand the test of time. Accept what has happened in the past. Hanging on to anger is like chugging poison and hoping the other person dies. Release and heal.