Mom Truths | Mom Guilt


When you give birth and become a mom, you don’t just leave the hospital with a baby, you leave with a cloud of guilt that just hangs over your head for FOREVER. At least that’s how it seems.

There is not a mom in this world who doesn’t experience guilt on a daily basis because there are just so many different kinds of guilt. Like…

  • When you do something for yourself – without the kids, and then again when your kids call you out for not being there.
  • When you actually enjoy your time away from the kids (so you’re feeling guilty about not feeling guilty…figure that one out).
  • When you feel like you should be spending more time with your husband and you don’t want to have sex every day.
  • When you reach out and ask others for help (husband, grandparents, babysitter).
  • When you go to work to make money for the family and pursue your dreams.
  • When you stay at home with your kids and feel like you’re not setting a good example of a woman in the workplace.
  • When you lose your patience, get mad and yell.

And, unfortunately, the list goes on and on and on.

For all the other reasons why moms feel guilty every dang day, check out our #MOMTRUTH!


Mom Truths | Can We Get a “Thank You”?


If you were to list off all the things a mom does, you couldn’t. It’s impossible, because we do so many things, every single dang day!

If fact, being a mom is a full-time job (full-time as in 24/7, not just 9-5), but it doesn’t offer any of the perks you get with a job. There are no raises, no vacation days, no appreciation lunches, no bonuses, no small gifts or gestures, NOTHING to thank us for being us and for doing all. the. things.

No one seems to appreciate all the little things with do on a daily basis because they don’t even realize all the little things we do on a daily basis…

Well, we’ve had enough! We’re calling on all moms who feel under-valued to rally together and start asking for some THANKS, because we deserve it!



Check out our latest #MOMTRUTH below and know that you’re appreciated (at least by all of the other moms out there).

Mom Truths | You’re still a “NORMAL MOM” if…


For some reason when you enter motherhood, everyone goes silent. No one talks about what they’re feeling or what they’re going through on a daily basis, so you have no idea what’s normal and what’s not.

Well, we’re here to tell you that you’re a normal mom if…

  • You cry – more than once a day. (AND if you cry in public. Totally normal.)
  • Your laundry room has literally exploded, you’re wearing dirty clothes and you have to turn the kids’ underwear inside out.
  • You’ve Googled “Is my kid psychotic?” at least once.
  • You lose your shit and yell and scream at the top of your lungs.
  • You feel bad after you lose your shit and yell and scream at the top of your lungs.
  • You feed your kids snacks for meals.
  • You want to rip your husband’s head off when he says he’s tired (in the morning, when he gets home from work or any other time).
  • You don’t want anyone to talk to you. In fact, you’d enjoy spending time alone on a deserted island (with the world’s largest glass of wine, of course).
  • You lie and say you have diarrhea just so you can sit on the toilet with your phone for a few extra minutes.
  • You lie about having diarrhea (again) or about having your period just so you don’t have to do it with your husband.
  • You question yourself about absolutely everything.
  • You’ve stopped socializing and going out with your girlfriends.
  • You feel like your anxiety is at an all-time high every. single. day.
  • You’re always changing your mind and are completely inconsistent in parenting.

If any of the above applies to you, then CONGRATS, you’re normal 👍

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Mom Truths | We All Need This Kinda Mom Friend


It’s no secret that motherhood is HARD. You know what else is hard? Marriage. Marriage is hard. And this whole adulting thing? Hard.

The simple, monotonous life we live can be so dang hard! That’s why it’s crucial to have a mom friend to help us get through the difficult moments, days and years…

We All Need THIS Kind of Friend:

A friend who doesn’t judge you when you send a text saying your kids are for sale.

A friend who doesn’t tell everyone you’re getting divorced after you let her know you don’t like your husband right now.

A friend who doesn’t think you’re gross for sharing your highly unfortunate situation with her (hemorrhoids, heavy flow, sh*t in your pants…it happens).

A friend who comes over and you don’t have to worry that your house looks like a tornado just ripped through it.

A friend who knows you love your children and your husband even when you’re complaining about them and who suggests alone time and wine to help you survive.

That kinda friend. We all need one.

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Mom Truths | Moms Through the Decades


Shoot ya’ll ! What the f*ck happened to us?

Motherhood has clearly evolved over the years, but we can’t say we’re happy about it.

Moms used to be super lenient when it came to parenting, and their children still survived (can you believe it?!). Nowadays, there’s literally nothing a mom can do right.

Never has there been such high expectations on us as moms and never has there been so much judgement.

So if it were up to us, we’d go back to the way things used to be when…

50’s Moms didn’t have to kid-proof life. Somehow children knew to use their common sense.

60’s Moms were allowed to discipline their own children AND the kids running around in the street without getting a death stare from other parents.

70’s  Moms: got together to have fun and drink martinis at 3pm, not to judge one another.

80’s Moms: weren’t pressured to prepare gourmet casseroles for the family. They just fed the kids and moved on.

90’s Moms: packed lunches full of snacks and were considered the “cool mom.”

As today’s moms, we make it so dang hard on ourselves. So let’s quit this new/crazy form of parenting and go back to the way things used to be!!

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Mom Truths | Mom Shaming Stops HERE


No matter what you do as a mom, it’s not going to be right…according to women who want to tell you how it is and how to be, even though you’re trying your dang hardest!

We often talk about the challenges of motherhood, but no one ever talks about the challenges we put on each other as women and as moms.

It’s like you can never be mom enough. Someone is always going to tell you you’re doing it wrong…

If you look banging, you have low self-esteem because you spend too much time doing your makeup.

If you workout, you’re too skinny and unhealthy.

If you’ve had Botox, you’re not setting a good example for your daughter.

If you’ve completely given up and look like a disaster, you need to stop obsessing over your children and focus on yourself.

If you’re a stay-at-home mom, you need to get out of the stretchy pants and put on some real clothes.

If you’re a working mom, you don’t dedicate enough time to your kids.

We are each other’s worst critics and it NEEDS TO STOP. Instead of judging one another, we need to smile at each other, build each other up, respect each other and know that we’re all in this together.

You’re doing a GREAT job. NEVER forget that.

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