Dressing up means wearing a shirt- any shirt- that doesn’t have stains.
Getting ready means brushing your teeth (finally!) and putting your hair in a ponytail.
When your friends ask what you’ve been reading, you respond enthusiastically with, “I am SO into anything by Dr. Suess right now!”
Going to the grocery store alone counts as “me time”.
You know all the words to “Let it Go” by heart.
You have Santa on speed dial.
When your kid has a sleepover with the grandparents you are excited to eat in the livingroom, start watching adult tv before 8 o’clock, and go to bed early.
Instead of debating politics you debate about co-sleeping, formula, and circumcision.
You don’t remember how to have a conversation without mentioning your little ones (because they are your world!)
You sometimes hide in the pantry and eat chocolate so that you don’t have to share.
You find a discarded oreo cookie on the coffee table, shrug, and eat it.
You don’t get it when Sesame Street parodies HBO shows because you never have time to watch HBO anymore.
Most of all, you don’t mind any of the above because you love being a mom so much!
Add your own in the comments! 🙂