The dressers in your children’s room is overflowing, but you can’t remember the last time you bought anything for yourself.
You learn the true feeling of inadequacy.
Instead of looking forward to the biggest summer blockbuster you are counting down the days to the next Pixar movie (review to come as soon as I’m allowed to post it).
You plan vacations to keep your kids entertained instead of keeping yourself entertained.
The only good thing about going out of town for work is that you don’t have watch the Disney channel. Or Nick. Or any other “kid” channel.
You cry more than you ever thought possible.
Waking up with feet in your back or hands in your face is the norm.
You say that you want your next car to be a minivan… and you mean it.
You worry almost every second of every day.
Multi-tasking takes on a whole new definition.
Laundry becomes a force to be reckoned with and not just a chore.
You put your dreams on hold… until you realize that going after yours teaches them how to go after theirs.
What do you think it’s like being a mom?
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