I Photographed Moms And Their Children To Show That Raising A Kid Is Not All Rainbows And Butterflies

Everyone talks about how special motherhood is, and the bond shared with a child is unlike any other, it’s a magical journey that is both rewarding and satisfying, and I couldn’t agree more. I absolutely love being a mom, it’s the best job in the world. I am a mom of two boys and love them to pieces, but motherhood is not always all rainbows and butterflies.

Motherhood is not remembering what it’s like to get a full night’s sleep, wiping more poop than you ever thought you’d see in your life. Motherhood is no longer having privacy, never peeing or showering in peace. Motherhood is using your shirt to wipe runny noses and dirty faces. Motherhood is learning how to do everything with one hand while carrying a baby in another. Motherhood is waking up with a little butt or foot in your face. Motherhood is breastfeeding whenever wherever. Motherhood is yoga pants and bad hair day. Motherhood is no longer shopping alone. Motherhood is having a filthy car all the time. Motherhood is not being able to call in sick because it’s a 24/7 job without a paycheck and the list goes on. But in the end, I wouldn’t have it any other way. Being a mom means being completely and totally overwhelmed by love, joy, responsibility, and selflessness.

With the help of my mommy friends, I created this little project just in time for Mother’s day, to remind everyone what motherhood really looks like.

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when the kids go to sleep

But that never last long, they find you

Sometimes moms need a time out to have a sip of wine and check on their phones

Motherhood is being a housekeeper

Motherhoos is trying to keep your kids alive

Motherhood is being your kids entertainer

Motherhood is never showering in piece

Motherhood is being a nurse or whiping kids noses with your shirt

Motherhood is not being able to call in sick

Motherhood is never sleeping in

Motherhood is being kicked in the face at night

Motherhood is never shopping alone

Motherhood is never shopping in piece

Motherhood is being a maid

Motherhood is cooking with one hand

Motherhood is having little helpers to help you cook

Motherhood is never ending laundry

Motherhood is trying not to lose your mind

Motherhood is breastfeeding whenever wherever

Motherhood is breastfeeding on demand

Motherhood is never peeing alone

Motherhood is having no privacy

I Photographed Moms And Their Children To Show That Raising A Kid Is Not All Rainbows And Butterflies I Photographed Moms And Their Children To Show That Raising A Kid Is Not All Rainbows And Butterflies Reviewed by High Broadcast on May 15, 2018 Rating: 5

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