Just a fun chat about being a mum! Being a first time mum, this is all so exciting and scary for me! But one of the things I've found is that I love just staring at my 7mo son while he's asleep
So! Here I start:
You know you're a mum when you love watching your baby sleeping, then realise you should be asleep because he'll be awake soon
You know you're a mum when you go out, not realizing you have food on your shirt, someone points it out, and you don't even care.
You know you're a mum when you knew about the stain before you left the house but couldn't be bothered changing as it's taken you this long to get the kids ready as it is. So you feign surprise when someone points it out.
1. You can sense a poop is coming before its even there.
2. You have no time to put on make up, dry your hair or properly shower.
3. You are happy to see poop.
4. You get annoyed when people park their car up the path and you can't get past with a pram.
5. Eye contact in the morning with your baby when you are hoping they will go back to sleep results in those adorable morning smiles that you just can't resist.
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