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What Your Coffee Says About You as a Mom

What Your Coffee Drink Says About You As a Mom
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Whether you go to Starbucks or a little coffee shop near your house (or more likely, near whatever extracurricular activity you cart your kids to), you likely have a favorite coffee beverage. Or maybe you’re just someone who goes with the flow and picks a different drink every time you go in, as a small protest against the monotony of your life otherwise. Either way, check out this completely scientific list that interprets what your favorite coffee drink says about you.

Black Coffee

You are Type A and no nonsense. Alternately, you overate this past weekend and need caffeine but zero calories. Don’t worry, the muffin you eat with your coffee doesn’t count.

Light and Sweet

You are probably laid back and fun. You don’t sweat the small stuff and let your kids play with Play-Doh, even if it ends up on the floor and in the baby’s small intestine.

Iced Latte

You like to pretend that you’re in Paris in June instead of in your own backyard swatting at mosquitoes, while you count out the numbers for Hide and Seek but never really look for anyone.

Iced Macchiato

You are fancy, like Fancy Nancy. You have also read Fancy Nancy approximately one million times this week and caffeine is no longer enough to appease your deadened brain. You need chocolate too. And sugar.

Cappuccino

You’re hoping that the foam on top occupies the toddler that you dragged with you to the coffee shop.

Pumpkin Spice

It’s fall and you need something to distract you from the onslaught of homework, activities, parent-teacher conferences, and that pesky task of finding where the hell you stored the hats and scarves last spring.

Coffee with Cream and No Sweetener

You’re going off sugar but you’re not a nun, dammit.

Decaf

You’re breastfeeding your first baby.

Half Caf

You’re breastfeeding your second baby.

Coffee with Kahlua

You’re breastfeeding your third baby.

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