20 Moms Share Their Everyday Adventures

“The baby’s room an hour before we left for the hospital and an hour after we got home”

“The photos I take of my husband and our baby vs the photos my husband takes of the baby and me — terrible, dude!”

“Motherhood is leaving your baby in a swing in the doorway so you can poop.”

“Drove 4 hours today just for the doctor to let us know he can hear just fine. He’s just ignoring us.”

“When I take photos of hubby and bub compared to when he takes photos of bub and me”

“Babies — when they spit on you, but with love”

“Motherhood, am I right?”

“1-year-old decided 5:30 AM was the perfect time to wake me up to party for an hour, then proceeded to crash in this position and refused to let me move him.”

“My husband took this of our new baby. I fell asleep trying to comfort him and he just laid his face on my hand. I love this little guy.”

“Turned on the TV to distract him for a couple of minutes so that I could put some laundry away. This is where he decided to stand.”

“The difference 2 bookshelves and cleaning up can make — the kids’ toys are in cubes behind closed doors.”

“Popsicle sticks stick to wet shower doors/walls/bathtubs. It’s my kid’s current favorite bath toy.”

“My 8-week-old sleeping while being held by his grandma — I love him so much!”

“We’ve officially hit the ‘never wants to be put down’ milestone.”

“Even in the bathroom, there’s no escape! Haha!”

“The laundry, bro. It just never ends.”

“Dinner on the floor, in front of the TV. She stays focused, eats her whole meal, no fussing or pushing the fork away, no mess to clean up, and so on.”

“Hey, fellow moms who are struggling, do what works for you!!! For me, it’s dinner on the floor, yes, in front of the TV. She stays focused, eats her whole meal, no fussing or pushing the fork away, no mess to clean up, and so on. This may not be for everyone, but it works for me.”

“Flip this bowl, baby!”

“Pregnancy brain is so real. My daughter’s daycare lady sent me this. I’m so embarrassed.”

“I’ve been stress-cleaning all day, but the sight of my daughter sitting on the couch with her Bert and papaya took some of the stress away!”

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