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What If Wonder Woman Was a Mom? 11 Hilarious Pics

An image of Wonder Woman showed up in my Facebook feed the other day, with the line “Aw, HELL no” printed on it. It made me laugh because that’s pretty much exactly how I look when I meet with school administrators to discuss my child’s special education needs.

I mean, exactly how I look, minus Lynda Carter’s hotness. Also, I usually don’t go for quite so much cleavage in the daytime. I do have an awesome cuff bracelet, though.

But it got me to thinking about what an epic mom Wonder Woman would be. I mean, we’re all kind of supermoms, right? But she’d really be a supermom.

I have a feeling Wonder Woman as a mom would look something like the photos below. (Of course the photos are of classic Wonder Woman Lynda Carter.) Hope you enjoy! Check them out, below!


  • I don’t think so. 1 of 11
    I don't think so.
    Here's this nice ghost costume I made, though.

    (Photo Credit: Super GIF Party. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • No one messes with Wonder Woman’s kids on the playground. 2 of 11
    No one messes with Wonder Woman's kids on the playground.
    Well, not any more they don't.

    (Photo Credit: Kryptonian Warrior. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • And really, what can the PTA president say to that? 3 of 11
    And really, what can the PTA president say to that?
    Glasses: completely obscuring your true identity since 1942.

    (Photo Credit: Painless Panache. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • You know what else is cute? 4 of 11
    You know what else is cute?
    That photo of you on the potty at age 3. Should I put that on Facebook?

    (Photo Credit: Wonder Woman Network. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • THERE WERE FOUR BOXES! 5 of 11
    THERE WERE FOUR BOXES!
    Did you snort them? How do you even eat them so fast?

    (Photo Credit: Bitten and Bound. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Not untying you until that room is clean. 6 of 11
    Not untying you until that room is clean.
    That'll show 'em.

    (Photo Credit: LoyalKNG. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Damn. And here I am with a cartful of groceries. 7 of 11
    Damn. And here I am with a cartful of groceries.
    THE ICE CREAM IS MELTING! Where is Superman with that freeze breath when you need him?

    (Photo Credit: Bitten and Bound. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Of course I can. 8 of 11
    Of course I can.
    I'm a mom, dammit.

    (Photo Credit: Filmpopper. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Pay no attention to the mess behind the curtain! 9 of 11
    Pay no attention to the mess behind the curtain!
    I mean cape. Whatever. Just step over that laundry pile, will you?

    (Photo Credit: TVsomniac. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Can deflect flying fish sticks like a mofo, though. 10 of 11
    Can deflect flying fish sticks like a mofo, though.
    But, also powerless against puke. Sigh.

    (Photo Credit: Screened.com. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)
  • Also, I’d like an appointment sometime before 2017. 11 of 11
    Also, I'd like an appointment sometime before 2017.
    For my kid's cough.

    (Photo Credit: Oh No They Didn't. Additional Nonsense by Joslyn Gray for Strollerderby.)

(Photo Credit: Super GIF Party)

Read more from Joslyn at Babble Pets and at her blog, stark. raving. mad. mommy. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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