Truth Bombs- Things Moms Want to Say… But Won’t!

Hey all you Moms out there! YOU ARE KILLING IT!

I can only imagine what goes through your head when you find out you are having kid, excitement, nervousness, joy, apprehension, appreciation, “oh shit”! Well, at least that’s what would go through my head.

And then you have that child, and you are faced with different feelings. So many of them so great! But then there are some not so great feelings, situations, or encounters. I want to thank all the moms out there who participated in my research. I have received replies from over two dozen moms for this article, so thank you!

Disclaimer- Those pictured may or may not have participated in the research. Moms shall remain anonymous. The images are from my photography clients, not necessarily research participants!

So here it is ladies and gentlemen! From the anonymous mouths of amazing moms, “Truth Bombs- Things Mom’s want to say, but won’t”! Enjoy πŸ™‚

17 thoughts on “Truth Bombs- Things Moms Want to Say… But Won’t!

    • ashunexpected says:

      Privacy and alone time does fly out the window doesn’t it? Not for all, but for some. Especially those that don’t have help.

  1. Sian says:

    I love this post! I can’t wait to start giving advice to my niece when she’s older and delivering wise words of wisdom!!

    • ashunexpected says:

      Ah thanks! I am not a mom but have always dreamed of becoming one. It wasn’t until my sister became a mom that I realized how hard it is. I’m down to do anything to help my mamas out!

    • ashunexpected says:

      Thanks Aine! You are so right, everyone is different! The fun part about The Auntie Diaries is it’s all inspired from the dozens of moms I know πŸ˜‰

  2. Emely R.|FlukyPixels.com says:

    LOL! I love this! I am not a mom yet. My husband and I are in the early, early planning stages of pregnancy and there is so much information out there. It’s really overwhelming. From how much your breasts can hurt to postpartum depression. Ones are more serious than others of course but I can’t help but feel very scared. Even now, I cherish my alone time. Sometimes I feel like that luxury would go away after having a child completely.

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