10 Reasons Why You Are Handling Motherhood Like A Boss

You are probably saying to yourself, “Lady, I’m not certain of what this stain is on my shirt, and I possibly showered like three days ago. I am definitely not feeling like a boss of anything, let alone motherhood.” And, then you probably laughed and laughed.

I totally GET IT! I too have really long days that I feel like I am absolutely drowning!

Y’all, this motherhood thing is seriously tough. And, the best part is, you don’t actually understand the toughness until you go through it. YAY for us! ๐Ÿ˜‰

But, I am here to tell you, that you are in fact totally rocking this motherhood thing! So, sweet mama…let me give you 10 reasons why you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

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10 Reasons Why You Are Handling Motherhood Like A Boss

1. You are a lack of sleep machine!

Let’s think back to pre kiddos. Do you remember the days when you would say that you were SO tired? Can we collectively laugh about this?!?

I never truly knew what tired was until I had children.

But, here’s the thing, no matter how exhausted we are, we get up and handle our business. It does not matter how tired we are, if our kiddos need us…no matter what time of day or night…we are there. EV.ER.Y.TIME

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a boss!

2. Coffee Consumption is your cardio!

Have you ever noticed that the only people that drink as much coffee as you, are other moms?ย Seriously, our coffee drinking skills are on olympic levels! ๐Ÿ˜‰

We can tackle anything and everything with our magical cup cups of deliciousness. So bring it on #MomLife…we got your number!

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a boss!

3. You are a multi tasking machine!

You can get dinner ready with a baby on your hip, and a toddler at your feet. All while on the phone scheduling an appointment, moving the laundry from the washer to the dryer, unloading the dishwasher, and solving the one hundredth crisis of the day from said toddler at your feet.

Honor and respect your ninja skills mama! I mean, that is some pretty epic and amazing stuff amazing lady. ๐Ÿ˜‰

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a boss.

4. You make stunt car driving look easy!

So there you are, just trying to make it to your destination. The baby is screaming, and the toddler needs their snack right NOW! You have listened to the same song play a bajillion times…I’m talking to you MOANA soundtrack. ๐Ÿ˜‰ AND, you are are balancing a cup of coffee while either completely stuck in gridlock traffic, or trying to keep up the pace, while passing snacks and toys to the tiny passengers in the back seat.

I am pretty certain that driving your car through flaming hoops of fire would be a piece of cake compared to our daily drives through the landmine of tantrums and toddlers necessities. Am I right?

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

5. You appreciate the little things!

A warm cup of coffee is a magical treat. Getting to eat an actual meal, uninterrupted I might add, will keep a smile on your face for days! Going to the bathroom alone, with no one knocking on the door or screaming Mom for the one millionth time, is right up there with a night at the Four Seasons.

At this point you have been broken down to bare basics. A trip to Target alone…and you are sashaying down those aisles like it’s the Red Carpet!

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

6. You are prepared for the zombie apocalypse!

Mama you have enough snacks in your bag, the diaper bag, and the floor of your car to feed your tiny army for months!ย Let’s be real…if something goes down, you will not starve.

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

7. You have crazy negotiating skills!

How many people can have repeated conversations about which sippy cup is the right one? Or, that we need to put clothes on before leaving the house? Or, that we do in fact need to stop putting our shoes in the toilet?

I feel confident you could put the best negotiator to shame!

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

8. You have literally had crappy days!

Seriously, you have been covered in poo, pee, and probably vomit at some point. No further explanation needed.

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

9. You don’t let fame and adoration go to your head!

I mean you have tiny fan girls and boys screaming your name repeatedly all day! They cry, ย yell, and clamor just to touch you. ๐Ÿ˜‰

And never, not once, have you let any of this go to your head.

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

10. You keep trying!

Motherhood is tough stuff. You never know if you are actually getting it right, or what exactly you have accomplished that day.

You are tired, sweaty, have suffered partial hearing loss, but you keep dusting yourself off and trying!

You are paid in smiles, cuddles, kisses and laughter. And, at the end of the day it is SO worth it!

For that mama, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS!

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  1. Love all these points (esp lack of sleep and keep persevering). Mamas need encouragement too and this is perfect!

  2. I seriously love number 4!!! I mean it’s so true we are hanging is so much while driving! Thank you for this reminder!!

  3. This post seriously made me smile and laugh out loud. Thank you so much for sharing mama! It’s posts like this that give me motivation to continue rocking on. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. That was a fun post and spot on ! I am a lack of sleep machine and still rocking it ๐Ÿ˜›

  5. I love this post, it was such a laugh. Its so important to include laughter in your day.

    But the points are right on point! Love it

  6. Thank you for the reminder. I ove the no sleep machines and coffee consumption is our Cadio ain’t that the truth. Coffee is my life haha and I’m not myself till I have first cup n the morning.

  7. Oh my goodness, this was hilarious. I have to admit, I’ve been addicted to coffee from childhood (I started drinking it when I was 2), but I totally feel that. Coffee is cardio. I love that. Also, I’m cracking up about the tiny fan club. My son hasn’t started speaking yet, but I am going to keep that in my back pocket to break out when he does. I’ll just tell my husband we have our own fan club. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Coffee is my total bestie! Seriously when he does start saying your name like a million times a day, it really helps to remember that he is your biggest fan. Screaming your name, and pawing his way to get to you!!! Thanks so much for your kind words! XO

  8. This is great! I love how you took the realities of a mom’s every day life and made them into something wonderful and something to be proud of. Thanks for the uplifting message ?

  9. Brilliantly said! “Sashaying down the red carpet” in Target is my new favorite pastime! I love seeing articles like this and knowing that I’m not the only one who knows the struggle! It’s so important for us, as mom’s, to find humor and joy in what we are doing.

  10. This is very sweet and supportive to all moms out there! Love the humor and encouragement! Moms are definitely the best.

  11. Haha! Yes, it is all about looking at the motherhood cup as half full instead of half empty! I am totally prepared for the zombie apocalypse with all of my baby wipes, water, and snacks. Plus, I most closely resemble a castoff from The Walking Dead most days. Today, I made it through Trader’s Joe’s in less than twenty minutes with my toddler. I worked that store like I was participating in a triathlon. However, the rest of the day has been very long with a toddler who refused to nap, so thank you very much for making me laugh at the end of a loooonnnnngggg day!

    1. Oh my gosh you are a superstar mama! I am so with you on that I could literally be a stand in on TWD…no special effects needed! I am SO happy that you liked it, and found some laughter at the end of a long day! Thank you so much fore reading sweet mama! XO

  12. I love this, so fun! I might add the Olympic sport of trying to jog whilst catching toys and books being tossed out of strollers and simultaneously producing the correct snacks/pacifiers to the tiny passenger. For that, you are handling motherhood like a BOSS (and a pro athelete!) I enjoyed this read!

  13. Love, love, this!! It is so easy as a mom to look at all the things we don’t do right or mess up. But like you said,”Honor and respect your ninja skills mama! I mean, that is some pretty epic and amazing stuff amazing lady.”

  14. This is awesomeness! Mothers will never get the full praise they deserve. I couldn’t imagine being a parent myself. Moms rock

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