motherhood is anything but glamorous. it's 9:30pm. my four and two year old are still up waiting for dinner watching avatar with daddy who's currently fairly bedridden. my ten month old is screaming for mommy. mommy now gets to nurse while going potty for second time today. yay.
I love my kids more than life. But some days... Some days I don't like them. AT. ALL. In fact, I would rather pluck every hair out of my body one at a time than have to guess what Guardians of the Galaxy character my 5-year-old is thinking of. #sendwine #quarantinesucks
I feel like I can’t make a mistake as a mom without feeling guilty
I use the shower as a place to cry and let it all out.
I never get a break because of no one wanting to watch my special needs daughter (they will watch my other two but nobody will take her) and I feel like I am nearing my breaking point. I just want an hour with my husband without the spawns but I feel like that will never happen so I cry a lot
My family gets dirty looks and sometimes nasty comments when using things that are for disabled children or people. Just because she isn't in a wheelchair. Not all disabilities are physical!
I suck at being a mom sometimes. I feel like I push them away and tell them to go away when I really just want a minute alone. Then I feel bad about it later.
some days i wish that i could just take a day from parenting and that nobody needed anything from me. just one day.
It sucks being a single parent of child with a disorder, specifically for me, ODD. I am regretting being a parent. And that is a sucky feeling.
my kids are dicks sometimes. I’m a dick sometimes. So in other words we are all dicks being dicks to each other.
as far as vaccines are considered, they scare the shit out of me
My baby screamed for hours today i just wanted to break down and cry. When do moms get breaks?!
I use video games as a baby sitter for my kids and I don't even care.
I’m jealous that my husband gets to travel for days at a time and can get away from the kids and home.
I call my children assholes behind their back and it feels so good. I never say it to their face but sometimes I think about it. Bad mom? probably.
Sometimes it feels like I am drowning in housework, I wish I had more than two arms then maybe I could finally catch up.
Today I took the kids to the park, wrote birthday invitations, washed their bedding, cleaned their closet, we did a craft and read books together. It was more than I usually get done in a day and I felt like a "good mom" but what makes us "good moms"? Some days feel more successful than others.
Sometimes when I take a shower I cry because I feel so overwhelmed throughout the day that I NEED to feel better and release some tears!
Does anyone know what a vacuum is?
Is it bad that sometimes I’m jealous of my friends that don’t have children?