Ask and you shall receive, ladies! You loved the first addition of Mom Confessions so much, you wanted more. Back by popular demand, Me and My Mom Friends presents:
Mom Confessions 2
Confession from Sara C.
We told our 3 year old that he is allergic to soda. He can’t drink it cause it would hurt his tummy and make him feel icky. He hasn’t touched the stuff.
Confession from Kayla W.
I got one for you. I send the kids to my grandma’s house because “I have a friend’s birthday party”, but really I just go home and do absolutely nothing.
Confession from A.T
Sometimes I let my 6 year watch videos on you tube for hours at a time just so I can catch a break, clean and go to the bathroom in peace!! It’s so bad, but so peaceful for my brain!!
Confession from Edina I.
So one day we came home from dance/gymnastics class and I was just done with the day. I was exhausted so I got some frozen pancakes and waffles out, put it in the microwave, added syrup and whip cream, and said here is dinner. My kids were on such a sugar high that they couldn’t fall asleep until past midnight. The next morning, I called in sick at school and they all stayed home.
Confession from Amanda L.
I take the long way home so that I can have some “me time” before I get home. I get to listen to my music or nothing at all without screaming in the background or having to hook up my phone so they have Netflix in the car.
Confession from Natalie @ www.leapingcats.com
I love my daughter, but I don’t always love being a mom. I work from home and we are ALWAYS together. When I went away on an overnight trip with my husband a couple weeks ago and everyone told us, “You are going to miss her so much!” Honestly, I didn’t. I’m sure I would have if I’d been gone longer than 24 hours, but I really enjoyed just being a young married couple for a day.
Yesterday my daughter threw Cheerios on the floor. I picked them up and put them back on her plate. I haven’t vacuumed in a week and who knows what those Cheerios touched!
Confession from Christene M.
I tell my little kids (5 and 6) that all meat for dinner is steak so they will eat it.
Confession from Brandi Michel @ FamilyFelicity.com
Confession from Mallory F.
Confession from LaWann M. @ www.mochamasterpiece.com
Confession from Stella N. @ www.stellanadene.com
Confession from Laura @ http://mommyteachestoo.com/
Confession from Rosalie C.
Confession from Michelle D @ grownupessentials.com
Confession from Melissa, Writer at Pen and Parent
My mom confession: Sometimes I fear I’m too honest when I answer my eight year old’s questions. I worry I’ll have to write a bestseller to pay for his future therapy bills.
Confession from Lisa W. @ meandmymomfriends.com
When my son sees advertisements for toys that he wants but doesn’t have, I tell him the stores are all closed so we cant go buy them. He’s 3, so right now this works even in the middle of the day.
Grandpa taught my son to say “Eat a piece of poop” which wouldn’t be the worst thing, except he says it ALL THE TIME. So to get him to stop saying it, we threaten to punish Grandpa every time he says it. Grandpa is his best friend so this is way more effective than punishing my son.
Sometimes when my son has too much energy and is driving me nuts, I will fill the bathtub and just let him sit and play in the water, while i sit on the bathroom floor and work. Its the only way I can get any work done some days. There have been times he’s ended up having 2 “baths” a day, one real bath and one “mommy sanity” bath.