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The struggle is real. Because motherhood knows no holidays, sick days, nor days off. If anything, holidays like Christmas mean MORE work for moms. These tweets prove it.
#mommyproblems: the Christmas edition
Is it crazy to wrap the Christmas presents for a 9 month old that you’re just going to unwrap yourself on Christmas?! ???#MommyProblems
— Teaching in Pink (@_PinkTeacher) December 17, 2016
— Kelly (@kmacik) December 18, 2016
How does one have time to even shop online with a toddler?? #MommyProblems
— V (@ImQbanBee) December 18, 2016
— Peggy Wan (@pegsterwan) December 20, 2016
— Fat Bottomed Mama (@FBM_Elena) December 20, 2016
You know Santa is watching you to see if you are naughty or nice
5YO: Where are the cameras?
— Foodie Mama (@cglaeser106) December 21, 2016
— ? LJ ? (@LaurajaneBarber) December 21, 2016
— Lisa Winstanley (@LWinstanley13) December 22, 2016
— Meredith Vitucci (@EarthMamaMayhem) December 22, 2016
— Marian Williams (@wyguymom) December 23, 2016
— Sheryl Beth Silvers (@sb_silvers) December 24, 2016
Bonus posts from Instagram:
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And, I saved the best for last:
Let this be a sobering moment for all you ladies out there with #babyfever ….. they are wonderful. Kids are amazing. They do light up your world and make your heart smile….. but then! BOOM! Claps of thunder, bolts of lightening, a mini tornado with a mini earthquake to follow. The next thing you know you’re beautiful babies , so Innocent and pure – are standing there in front of you….covered in paint at 8 am ….. no amount of wtf explains these pictures lol. #somad #illlaughaboutthisoneday #mommyproblems #tothemax
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