A few years ago, mothers posted photos of only pretty children and happy themselves for everyone to see. Motherhood was believed to be extremely joyful. But lately, more and more women are no longer afraid to admit that parenting is a daily battle, in which a lot of energy and nerves are wasted.
We wishes endless patience to all mothers in their hard work. And also – to maintain a sense of humor in any situation.
“I just wanted to take a nap”
“This is my dog when she first became a mother. And now”
Sometimes mom just wants to eat in peace.
We’re moving… this is how my wife packed the kids’ dolls.
Oh, full of hopeless!
Yara Greyjoy: “When you need to fight Euron at 6 and feed your baby at 7”
“It’s not easy being a mother of nine puppies.”
My son after trying to get back down from washing his hands. Just hanging there…helpless….
“Cake my girlfriend made for her daughter’s 21st tonight.”
“Someone celebrated Christmas so well that it is time for her to have her driver’s license taken away.”
The baby is too tired
Despite multiple talkings too, my 2 year old keeps leaving dolls in life like positions around the house. Scares the life out of me EVERYTIME.
Shoutout to the kid in my Homeroom who only brought a backpack full of popcorn to school.
“5 years ago my baby did it. And yes, he’s still alive. “
With such funny children
Bonus form a mother
I’m going to start off by saying I LOVE my children! I have two kids they are 11 months apart, they are two and three. I am a stay at home mom at the moment and I am completely exhausted and overwhelmed. I need a break, and no one to help me with the kids. People say “it takes a village” but I don’t have a village!
I am so sick of the constant whining and climbing all over me when I’m eating, using the restroom, or trying to relax for literally a second. I can not ever finish my food because they both come for my food even when they have their own food or have already eaten! They both swarm me in the bathroom no matter why I go in there. We can’t even go anywhere in public because they both are terrible in public!
I don’t want to be JUST a mom… I want more out of my life! I really want to do something else with my life. I understand someday they will be grown and off on their own but that’s years and years from now and I don’t want to have those years pass me by and regret them for just being a mom. I also would really like my kids to be proud of me someday for whatever accomplishments I may make.
I have no career, I was going to go to school to get my Masters in Social Work but I’m terrified for many reasons. I hope some of you all can relate and understand where I’m coming from, and not bash me. I think it’s normal feelings for anyone, I don’t think I’m alone… but I have no one to talk to. I just hope it gets easier and better sooner rather than later.
Thank you for letting me vent. – AllHails
And in your family there have been moments when your mother was ready to exclaim “Well, that’s it, I’ve had enough!” and escape to the North Pole?