Motherhood Quotes That Feel Like They Were Written Specifically About Us

Caitlyn Clancey 23 Feb 2021

Hey mammas, how you feeling today? Let's do a quick check of ourselves. Anyone have any unidentified stains on their shirts? Anyone eating Pringles right out of the can while watching Paw Patrol? Anyone wishing they could just fall asleep for a few days?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, I know just what you need to help turn your day around: some hilarious and highly relatable quotes!

Luckily for you, I've compiled just such a list for you to sit back and enjoy. So if you can, find a nice quiet spot in the house. Or more realistically, tune out the sound of your obnoxiously loud children so you can enjoy these in relative peace!

1. I can't explain it, but I also can't deny it.

Look, I'm not saying it makes sense. It's the craziest part of motherhood. But somehow, after all the insanity of the day is done and you're taking a moment to breathe by yourself on the couch with a glass of wine, you can't help but think about what life would be like with just one more baby.

And sometimes, it doesn't sound so bad.

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2. Motherhood in a single picture.

I think it's brave of some people to wait for a Friday to completely break down because this picture looks like it could be me on a Tuesday, a Wednesday, or even a Monday.

Most likely a Monday.

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3. Yup, that's exactly what it is.

Or you're the one who ends up eating those crusty butt-ends of the bread loaf because heaven forbid your kids ever be subjected to that kind of sandwich torture.

To be fair, you also kind of hate those slices yourself. But that's not the point!

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4. Especially when my mother-in-law calls.


Up until that point, I could be doing absolutely nothing while the kids are miraculously glued to the TV watching Moana. But the second I hear my MIL's voice on the other end of the phone, suddenly I need to prep for dinner and take the dog for a walk and get kids in the bath tub and also paint the laundry room.

Mom, I finally understand you.

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