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When it comes to motherhood, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. Mamas come in all shapes and sizes, and parenting methods vary from mom to mom, generation to generation, and sometimes even between children in the same family.

Just like with everything else in life, we all do things a little differently from each other, and that’s okay! But I’m willing to bet that most, if not all of us, have experienced these 10 things at least once since becoming a mother.

10 Signs You’re Probably a Mom

1. Your morning coffee has gone cold before you even drank half of it.

2. You’ve skipped a shower more than one day in a row…and no one noticed.

3. You buy groceries, then turn right around and immediately order takeout.

4. You’ve gone anywhere with spitup, poop, pee, baby food, etc. somewhere on you.

5. You’ve thrown out tupperware containing an unidentifiable meal.

6. You finally get a moment to yourself and waste it doing absolutely nothing.

7. You’ve cycled the same load of laundry through the dryer a dozen times to put off having to fold and put it all away.

8. You’ve cried with or because of your child.

9. You’ve gotten excited over a solo trip to the grocery store, or any store really.

10. You worry whether you’re doing enough – at anything. Newsflash: you are!

What would you add to this list?
Ashton Wright
Author: Ashton Wright

Ashton is the publisher of Wiregrass Parents magazine. She grew up in Blakely, GA. She graduated from Early County High School in 2005 and went on to graduate from Troy University in 2009. Ashton has been interested in journalism since high school where she was on the newspaper staff for three years. In college she worked with the yearbook and the Advertising & Public Relations Society. She interned with Dothan Magazine in the summer of 2008 and worked as a producer and Executive Producer for WTVY-TV for nine years. Ashton married her husband, Chris, in 2012. They welcomed their daughter, Alexis, in 2015. They also have a dog, Jackson, and cat, Cooper.

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10 Things All Moms Have in Common

by Ashton Wright time to read: 1 min