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8 Moms, One Question: You Know You are a Working Mom When ________!

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There are some days when you find yourself getting dressed, pouring cereal, helping with homework and fielding a conference call at the same time. The goal is not to bleed everything into one, but we all wind up there sometimes. I asked working moms from around the country to finish this sentence and here is what they had to say:

You know you are a working mom when ___________________.”

1. You know you are a working mom when your boss says he has a headache, and you feel his forehead for fever.

- Cyndi Campbell, Jackson, MI

2. You know you are a working mom when you pluck a Cheerio off your ass during a meeting.

- Michelle Hart Klopp, San Francisco, CA

3. You know you are a working mom when you spend your work “breaks” searching the Internet for summer camps or birthday party venues.

- Kris Burks, Sacramento, CA

4. You know you are a working mom when you try to write down your contact info at a work event and you reach into your purse to find a crayon is the only thing to write with.

- Sara Sanchez, Austin,TX

5. You know you are a working mom when you’re bathing your kids in your work attire.

- Kerry Rivera, Anaheim Hills, CA

6. You know you are a working mom when you arrive to a client meeting only to discover that your little one has made creative ‘edits’ to your 90 slide PowerPoint deck!

- Nicole Yusuf, Santa Clara, CA

7. You know you are a working mom when your work “perfume” smells of Desitin and baby lotion.

- Melissa Ann Kiefer, Portage, WI

8. You know you are a working mom when you feel like a superhero for all that you accomplish in one day.

- Jenn David Connolly, San Diego, CA

 

 

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