7 Ways To Spot A Mom (Even When She's Not With Her Kids)

Being a mom is the greatest thing in the world (yes, my opinion). Not only is it the amazing things I get to do, see and experience as a mom, but the understanding and friendship that’s easy to find in fellow moms.

We share something — the experience of becoming a mom, the unique situations we find ourselves in, the way we adapt to the craziness of parenthood — it’s pretty unique to parenting.

With that, it can be easy to tell who is a mom even when they are without their. The quiet woman who kindly smiles to you at the grocery store while your kid is having an epic tantrum is probably a fellow mom who knows that the stares are the worst. Click to find out even more ways to spot a mom even when she’s not with her kids:

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  • The Mom Haircut 1 of 7
    The Mom Haircut
    Now, sure not all moms love to sport the easy to manage, shorter look, but it's called the 'mom cut' for good reason. You can wash and wear it, style it if you have more time and better yet, the kids won't pull on it as easily.
    Photo credit: evso on Flickr
  • Sporting The Character Bandaid 2 of 7
    Sporting The Character Bandaid
    No grown woman would walk around with a Dora-adorned bandaid if she wasn't a mother.
    Photo credit: me and the sysop on Flickr
  • Humming The Latest Tune 3 of 7
    Humming The Latest Tune
    The newest Yo Gabba Gabba song quietly humming from her direction -- you know she's stuck watching it too.
    Photo credit: PixelManiatiK on Flickr
  • Life In Fast Motion 4 of 7
    Life In Fast Motion
    A mom is good at getting things done quickly. Watching her, you will see she can do things at a record-setting speed.
    Photo credit: laffy4k on Flickr
  • Comfortable With The Stain 5 of 7
    Comfortable With The Stain
    I am not saying that all moms walk around dirty and don't care, but moms take the dirt more in stride. If it happens, she can pull it off and still be confident.
    Photo credit: theogeo on Flickr
  • Mom Jeans 6 of 7
    Mom Jeans
    The mom wardrobe.
    Photo credit: ella novak on Flickr
  • Multi-Task Extraordinaire 7 of 7
    Multi-Task Extraordinaire
    Moms have an ability to do like 5 things at the same time. Multi-tasking is an occupational necessity that moms are great at doing.
    Photo credit: TheodoreWLee on Flickr

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